Lewis and Clark Park

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Unexplained feelings of sickness and disorientation have been reported by those who come to this park that honors the historic explorers.

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Geographic Information

Address:
19962 Monument Rd
Council Bluffs, IA 51503
United States

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GPS:
41.303394724258595, -95.8581896775238
County:
Pottawattamie County, Iowa
Nearest Towns:
Council Bluffs, IA (2.9 mi.)
Carter Lake, IA (3.2 mi.)
Crescent, IA (4.3 mi.)
Omaha, NE (5.2 mi.)
Weston, IA (6.6 mi.)
McClelland, IA (9.2 mi.)
Underwood, IA (11.0 mi.)
Bellevue, NE (11.6 mi.)
Ralston, NE (11.7 mi.)
La Vista, NE (12.2 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.lewisandclarktrail.com/section1/iowacities/CouncilBluffs/monumentpark.htm

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  1. I was at the park in late November 2012, I was 13. I remember because I was at my grandfather’s for Thanksgiving. There’s a parking area in which my mother and her (ex)boyfriend parked, it had a patch of grass. The kind that was surrounded by cement. We just went for a drive so I brought no coat, but the thermostat on my mother’s dash read about 40 degrees Fahrenheit. I stayed in the car to stay warm. Then, I started to look around, quite a bit, and saw people in black cloaks. Being the curious person I am, I got out of the car. With goosebumps covering my body, I walked towards where I saw the cloaked figures. I stepped off the pavement and glanced around. There was nothing in sight. So, I leaned up against a large tree. I smirked and stated I was going crazy. Then, the figures in black cloaks appeared in front of me. I was frightened, calm, but I said nothing. At this point, I could not move, as if I was bound to this very tree. My feet were hot and in excruciating pain. It felt like I was set on fire. The heat seemed to work up my body. I smelled smoke and burning flesh, my flesh. I started to cry because I hurt so bad. The cloaked figures snickered and looked towards the branches. I looked up to see about 3 bodies dangling from the neck. Their faces looked pale like snow, but the flesh around the rope was red as hell. I quickly looked down, and sobbed. After I let out a quiet scream, the cloaked figures were gone, and pressure was released from my body. I fell to my knees, wiped my tears, then slowly walked away. Something whispered to me, “Confess your sins.” I turned around to look at the tree. I gasped because there was a pentacle next to where I saw people hanging. It was written in blood. I had never been to Lewis & Clark Park before, but I knew what the tree was used for many years ago. I scrambled to the car. When I got inside I told my mom “Witches were killed on that tree. A voice also told me to confess my sins.” My mother told me whatever it was probably sensed my great-great-grandmother. For she, was a witch.

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