Dog Days of Summer Bring Out the Ghost Dogs

We took our dogs on vacation with us this year, and we were rewarded with a visit from two ghost dogs!

We spent a glorious week at Deep Creek Lake in Garrett County, Maryland. Having lived in Maryland all my life and after travelling all over the world, I had never been to Deep Creek. It was a wonderful vacation spot and I can’t wait to go back.

Before leaving for vacation, I searched the web for ghost stories or hauntings anywhere near Deep Creek but I couldn’t find a single story. While horseback riding at Western Trails, I asked our trail guide if there were any haunted places to explore in the area. He said he had lived at Deep Creek all his life and he’d never heard of a single ghost story in the area!

Robby and I would just have to find the Spirits on our own.

We passed several cemeteries, so in-between our days of boating on the lake, riding a mountain coaster and chairlift, fishing, swimming, going to movies, zip lining and horseback riding – Robby and I visited some cemeteries and the Spirits seemed happy to see us. I say this because we had very little time to do an investigation, but we captured some amazing photos in a short span of time and the Spirits were talkative, as always.

We visited the Ferndale cemetery first.  We had to return the next day for verification because of the amazing Spirits that revealed themselves to us! We always double-check to look for any possible explanation when potential Spirit evidence is discovered. We could find no Earthly explanation for these photos.

St. Bernard Ghost Dog

Sitting atop a tombstone was a dog that resembled a St. Bernard. He sits next to a grave that was new this year, with the same last name of the tombstone that he sits on. I was guided to take this photo when the Ghost Radar said the word, “Orange”, and there was an orange ribbon on the flowers by this tombstone.

Ever faithful, ever guarding, ever loving, he remains by their side.

St. Bernard Outline

St. Bernard Ghost Dog

St. Bernard Face

St. Bernard Ghost Dog Face

Dog

St. Bernard Ghost Dog

Dog Outline

St. Bernard Ghost Dog Outline

A Man and His Dachshund

Sitting at the edge of the cemetery, along the tree line, was a man and his dog – a dachshund.

Man Outline 2

Ghost Man Outline

Man A

Ghost Man

Man 2

Ghost Man

Daschund Outline 1

Ghost Dachshund Outline

Daschund 1

Ghost Dachshund

And then there were two Orbs, and one of them had a Fairy in it!

Fairy Orb Outline 1

Fairy Orb Outline – the Fairy is in profile, like “The Thinker”

Fairy Orb 1

Fairy Orb

Orb 1

Orb

And in two other photos, there were two more Orbs:

Orb 2

Orb

Orb 3 Arrow

Orb

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         And finally, at another cemetery on the way back, we found this Scary Guy:

Orb with Face 2

Scary Guy

Orb with Face

Scary Guy

Although Deep Creek Lake may not have any ghost stories, they do have Spirits and they were eager to show themselves. Robby and I felt positive energy at the cemeteries, and at Deep Creek Lake, and we look forward to returning again soon.

Deep Creek Lake Ghost Radar Conversation

Words from the Other Side:

Mixture Allow Thank Breeze Tightly Bar Ocean Tropical Repeat Both Command Is Grow Tool Sense Massage Orange Operation Regular Kitchen Am Bite Can Grow Pictured October Chemical Shoulder Student Art Pair James Egypt Cup Determine Show

A Message from the Spirits at Deep Creek Lake

We get such a mixture of visitors here. We allow anyone to visit, and we are thankful for their company, but having newcomers who acknowledge us is like a breeze blowing fresh life into our tightly knit community.

We would never bar anyone from communing with us. We are aware that oceans and the lure of tropical settings keep many people from enjoying our summer activities, and from bringing repeat customers year after year. Lakes and oceans both command respect as luxury vacation spots, but our goal is to grow in Spirit. Making our presence known will be our tool and we will show ourselves to those who sense us. We will massage these feelings and we’ll turn a burning desire, glowing bright as an orange flame, into a major operation. Our kitchen will be photographs where non-believers will see our creations come to life. If you ask, “How am I to believe?”, you only need to try a small bite of belief and you will be amazed at what can grow!

We are pictured here for you to make you see that we exist! Robby’s October birthday party was the beginning and look how things have changed, like a chemical reaction! We appeared on his shoulder, and although he is still a student, he has mastered the art of seeing. A worthy pair, these two have added us to their discoveries and we are grateful.

A messenger, James, brings knowledge from Egypt. He asks that you drink from the Cup of Awakening that we offer.  You will determine if our proof is enough to convince you that we are real, and if not, we’ll keep showing you more, until you finally believe.

The Next Investigation:

School begins next week so the next investigation has yet to be determined, as we prepare for the new school year. We’ll let the Spirits  lead us to our next amazing journey.

Categories: Deep Creek Lake, Ellicott City, Ellicott City Ghostly Happenings, Fairy, Ghost, Orb, Paranormal, Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , , | 4 Comments

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4 thoughts on “Dog Days of Summer Bring Out the Ghost Dogs

  1. I drive by Ferndale Cemetery often! That is pretty startling. I have a lot of photos from deep creek lake on my blog http://www.iseebeautyallaround.com but have not seen ghosts (or a bear for that matter) yet. I did hear a story once that the lake had some sort of lochness monster

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    • I wanted to see a bear too! I got some water pictures that I questioned, so I didn’t post them, but I think they were water spirits and they’re really different. I’m going to the bay tomorrow so I’ll try again to compare. Ferndale was friendly and beautiful. You should stop and say Hi to them!

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