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Are there REALLY inbred cannibals in the woods of west VA?

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I watched the wrong turn movies, terrible, awful, but had me thinking; Are they really out there? Are there any sightings of strange people in that area? I know, stupid question, ofcourse not, what would make you think that? I kind of always get that feeling when I'm a foresty area. Even here in Cali. That feeling you're being watched... Or that uneasyness you get when you need to ask for directions in a remote area and the closest house is the stereotypical hillbilly looking place. If I see a 'no trespassing' sign I turn around, run back to the car, and I tell my mom no one lives there. hide.gif

Same reason I don't want to visit Prague. Ever since I saw Hostel.. Lol. I also find these movies kind of insulting. West Virginia is really beautiful, why make a movie about cannibals living in woods of W.VA? To me it would make more sense to make a movie about a couple of people scaring off deer that are being hunted by hunters and the hunters chasing after the people in the woods. Scary but I can see it happening.

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post #2 of 93

Of course there are cannibals living and eating in the woods.

 

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If all the beasts were gone, men would die from a great loneliness of spirit,

for whatever happens to the beasts also happens to the man.

All things are connected.
Whatever befalls the Earth befalls the sons of the Earth.

 

       ― Chief Seattle

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If all the beasts were gone, men would die from a great loneliness of spirit,

for whatever happens to the beasts also happens to the man.

All things are connected.
Whatever befalls the Earth befalls the sons of the Earth.

 

       ― Chief Seattle

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Got um here too. don't go in my woods and don't move to close to this place, ya could get ate up.

I love my peice of heaven all by myself.

“You can’t really begin to appreciate life until it has knocked you down a few times. You can’t really begin to appreciate love until your heart has been broken. And you can’t really begin to appreciate happiness until you’ve known sadness. Once you’ve walked through the valley, the view from the mountaintop is breathtaking"

 

 

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“You can’t really begin to appreciate life until it has knocked you down a few times. You can’t really begin to appreciate love until your heart has been broken. And you can’t really begin to appreciate happiness until you’ve known sadness. Once you’ve walked through the valley, the view from the mountaintop is breathtaking"

 

 

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I hope somebody comes to my house and asks directions soon.

 

We need a Sunday roast.

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Lol.

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I hope somebody comes to my house and asks directions soon.

 

We need a Sunday roast.


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“You can’t really begin to appreciate life until it has knocked you down a few times. You can’t really begin to appreciate love until your heart has been broken. And you can’t really begin to appreciate happiness until you’ve known sadness. Once you’ve walked through the valley, the view from the mountaintop is breathtaking"

 

 

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“You can’t really begin to appreciate life until it has knocked you down a few times. You can’t really begin to appreciate love until your heart has been broken. And you can’t really begin to appreciate happiness until you’ve known sadness. Once you’ve walked through the valley, the view from the mountaintop is breathtaking"

 

 

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post #7 of 93

Got 'em here, 'em yetis and canniball's fight, can hear 'em at night, the growling noises, them slamming in the house. Thats why we set up that there trap line, roasted Yeti pretty good, then when some one drives up to turn around (we live at the end of a drive way so if someone needs to turn around they gotta come up to us) we can snag 'em and get us a delight, gosh im hungry.... *car noise driving up* LOOKI THERE, WE GOT BREAKFAST!

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They probably are everywhere, just like the crazy mumbling psycho hiding in your bedroom closet...

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Or the clown standing in the corner waiting for your parents to fall asleep..... big_smile.png we'll helpful arent we?
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I hope somebody comes to my house and asks directions soon.

 

We need a Sunday roast.



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