On Forest Lane a ghost resides,
who in the darkness howls and cries.
In moonless night he strolls outside,
to find a victim for his plight.
A careless soul he’ll bind and tow,
into his basement down below.
To use his soul for better or worse
to find a way, to break the curse
This silly rhyme was told to scare the young c***dren of the town of Woodbury. Fifty
years ago a tragic event had occurred in the quiet town with their sl**py inhabitant.
The local doctor had died in a ‘tragic accident’ as it was communicated by the s****r
of the doctor.
Woodbury was a very sma... Continue»