The mountains of North Carolina hold a lot of secrets to this day. People go missing all the time. Bigfoot roams there and even closer to home the Brown Mountain Lights shine brightly on occasion. I am sure that long after I am gone, they will still hold their secrets.
Everyone has that one house that sticks with them after they wake up. That one house they've seen a million times in their dreams or nightmares that they see in person. Seeing a tangible structure from outside of your psyche leaves many questions with few answers. Have I been in this house before? What is it doing here? Is it following me now? Do I need to move?
If your neighborhood has been around since before the 90's, you probably have heard of a street being haunted. Sometimes it is a house that people refuse to go near. Sometimes a hitchhiking ghost that doesn't want to go home. Sometimes by a car that no one can actually see.
Every building has a basement if the foundations are in a city. Some basements are still maintained with high usage, some are left with barely working lighting and left to dust. Usually, those are closed off from the outside world with seldom a person venturing into their space.
34 years of life below the Mason Dixon line leads to a lot of stories of old and new.