That night, my girlfriend and I made a small fire and stayed up talking while I played guitar, as we sat up on the porch (the were a lot of snakes in the area). Having only candles to for light, we lit about 4 of 5 of them and climbed up into the loft where our sleeping bags were. we lay there talking for a while and then we started hearing this odd noise- a faint thoom thoom thoom of what sounded like drums. we got really quiet and listened to them for a while, the steady, rhythmic thoom thoom thoom of a drum beat. there were no roads anywhere in proximity, nor were there any other houses anywhere near because the land was part of a state park and was very secluded. we both knew about all the indian artifacts that had been found and we started getting fairly creeped out. There was no door on the cabin, only an open doorway with a curtain pulled over it. there were 2 large glass windows as well, and as the steady beat of the drums continued, from seemingly all directions, in the dim candle light I saw what looked like a face in the window, but brief to the point where I thought I simply imagined it. Trying not to get freaked out so as not to freak my girlfriend out, I just told her we should try to get to sleep.
We fell asleep, but later that night (it must have been around 3 in the morning) I woke up for seemingly no reason, and once again I heard the drums. I was once again fairly creeped out, but I didn't want to wake up my girlfriend, so I forced myself to go back to sleep. I'd like to go back out there sometime and see if I can get an audio recording of the drums, and investigate further.
I was just wondering if anyone else has had a similiar experience, and yes, i am the one who posted this story on ghost-mysteries.com, but i wanted to discuss it with people
Edited by mr. E, 06 December 2005 - 06:16 AM.