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No, not for the murder of a thread on the internet. In Texas, "he needed killin'" is known to be a viable self-defense claim. (Please research this yourself before exercising). The same might be said of some threads.

Several have tried to kill this thread though. Speaking honestly, I doubt your killin' will take.

It won't! It will be back! :devil:

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No, not for the murder of a thread on the internet. In Texas, "he needed killin'" is known to be a viable self-defense claim. (Please research this yourself before exercising). The same might be said of some threads.

Several have tried to kill this thread though. Speaking honestly, I doubt your killin' will take.

I learned everything I need to know about Texas and their killin' ways by reading and watching No Country for Old Men. I carry a 12-gauge with a machine-shop suppressor everywhere I go. You know, for when someone needs killin'. B)

Anyways, cheers. This thread is a lot of fun.

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Back in the early 1980's, my brother Kyle went to college in the United States.

One night, during a long phone conversation, he told me an odd story about an old house,

just a few miles outside of the town he was living in Nebraska.

The local people were apparently very afraid of this house, to the extent that even the local police

refused to go near the road that leads to it.

In his second year of school, a faculty professor was conducting physics experiments having something to do

with local geology, a seeming common study on electromagnetism and its effect on radio waves.

Supposedly this teacher had found that radio broadcast was consistently thwarted by a very strange form of

interference which seemed to come from, you guessed it, the area around the old house.

The house itself had been named the "house of recipe" for a very long time, this was due to a mailbox at the end of the

road with the only the word "recipe" painted on it. Kyle told me that his roommate was trying put together a research team to run a series of test from the property but his professor was having trouble getting permission from the town to gain access to the property. We both had a good laugh about what they might find there, then I didn't speak to my brother for a few weeks after this.

Then, about 3 weeks later and to my absolute shock, my brother called me one afternoon in a total panic.

He said that his roommate had been missing for 5 days and that his parents were on their way from France to try and find him. According to my brother, his roommate's team never got permission from the town to access the property for testing. So earlier that week, the roommate decided to go, by himself, to see what all the fuss was about, but never returned home. My brother said that he told the police everything he knew and that when they found out about the recipe house they became somber and immediately wrapped up the questioning. Later that day the FBI payed Kyle a visit and asked mostly the same type of questions as the police, with one obvious exception, they asked him if he had ever head the term "The Casserole Masters", he hadn't and neither had I. My brother thought, for a long time, that this must have something to do with his roommate being a French national citizen, perhaps he was a member of some french anarchist league, and maybe they called themselves "Le Cocotte Un Maître". What else would compel the FBI, to not only be involved in the investigation, but also to ask such an odd question. The FBI told Kyle to never speak of or divulge any information relative to any of this to anyone, or he would not only be deported but could be detained indefinitely.

When Kyle returned home later that year we sat down and he filled me on everything else that had happened, but was afraid to disclose over the phone. The story kept going for months, and for some reason had been mostly been covered up by the town and the school, like nothing had ever happened. The professor stopped going to work, and wouldn't talk to my brother about what had happened. His roommates parent went back to France months later, broken hearted. Even Kyle himself, in order to pass his classes, had to try and stop thinking about it all, he had become convinced that his roommate had either been in an accident of some kind or was murdered.

Shortly before he left to come back to the UK for the summer, he decided that he needed to know for himself, so he had a friend drive him to the old house. When they arrived, there was a 13 foot high chain link fence surrounding the property, so they never went any further. The mailbox was, just as it was said to have been, labeled "Recipe" in white paint, on rusted steel.

My brother chose to open the mailbox before he left, perhaps out of desperation. Inside the mailbox he found the most terrifying and confusing clue of the entire ordeal. He found an antique Christmas card, old, yellow and faded the inside of which read "Merry Christmas, quite a bit! Sincerely, The Sheriff".

As far as we were ever able to determine the town never had a sheriff, and on top of that it already June.

Was this a threat? a joke? Was it meant for him or someone else? Did anyone still live in the house? Who owns the property?

These questions and thousands more would continue to plague my brother for many years to come, with never even a single answer.

To this day Hastings College faculty rarely talk about what happened back in 1981, and most of the student population knows nothing about it. The specter of the house itself is still strong enough to spawn ghost stories and other adulterated versions of what really happened in 1981, but no one ever talks about the missing french student or the former physics department and their experiments.

My brother still has the Christmas card, he keeps it in a frame on the wall of his reading den, next to a photo of he and his old college roommate Adrien. Even though its been almost 30 years since this happened, his obsession with solving the riddle of what happened to his friend all those years ago still haunts him every day of his life.

Even though there are hundreds of stories out there regarding that old house in the woods of Nebraska, this is the actual event that spawned them all.

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Nigel, you need to either post this someplace else, Urban Legends would be good, or request the mods move it. As far as I can tell, the only connection it has with the House of the Unholy, is that it is about another weird house. This story is very interesting. I hope you didn't make it up. It deserves its own thread where people can comment on it.

Personally, I think it is a made-up story. No offense but it just doesn't ring true. It is still interesting.

Sheriff's aren't attached to towns in the US. They are a county officer, not a city one. I'm sure the county in Nebraska where this area was, had a Sheriff.

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Personally, I think it is a made-up story. No offense but it just doesn't ring true. It is still interesting.

So I looked up the term "Casserole Masters" for curiosities sake. From what I can gather, it's a tv show on blip.tv. It mentions Christmas, Recipe, and a sheriff. Somehow it's connected to aliens and SETI, and other sites said it was some code name not unlike MKULTRA. Regardless, the show I came across is nothing but a bunch of kids with too much time on their hands, and drugs. Heavy drugs. I can't describe it, and probably shouldn't provide a link cause of language and such, but if you want to see for yourself go ahead.

While what Nigel wrote was a good read, it's not based on anything real.

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So I looked up the term "Casserole Masters" for curiosities sake. From what I can gather, it's a tv show on blip.tv. It mentions Christmas, Recipe, and a sheriff. Somehow it's connected to aliens and SETI, and other sites said it was some code name not unlike MKULTRA. Regardless, the show I came across is nothing but a bunch of kids with too much time on their hands, and drugs. Heavy drugs. I can't describe it, and probably shouldn't provide a link cause of language and such, but if you want to see for yourself go ahead.

While what Nigel wrote was a good read, it's not based on anything real.

Thanks for the heads-up. My kids control the TV these days and I'm not up on what's on. I guess I should've done a search but...At any rate, as to the last part of your last sentence...you've been here long enough to know that a lot of what is posted here...ain't. :tu:

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Thanks for the heads-up. My kids control the TV these days and I'm not up on what's on. I guess I should've done a search but...At any rate, as to the last part of your last sentence...you've been here long enough to know that a lot of what is posted here...ain't. :tu:

Yep. :yes: As for the show, it was just an online one (may have been a movie?) but I hadn't heard of it either. It's very, very strange and I doubt many people have ever come across it.

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sounds really creepy.And also an interesting story.I remember many years ago I used to go past a house that had lots of werid stuff in it.It had prosthetic legs and arms hanging up in the windows and living room with blood painted on them,and monster masks and fake skeletons.I always wondered why?

But this story sounds a lot more creepy and scares the crap out of me.

Are the red trucks and chasing men meant to be real or false?

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I've been to 'Devils Road' a few times in my day (its pretty much a given to hear about it in Northern DE). I've heard the stories (possessed monks, satanic rituals, etc...) but all seem to be pretty fake and I have never seen the red/black trucks people get chased by. Not sure when they did it, but I believe they cut the trees down alongside the road.

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wot street is it on? ill use google maps to find the area.

Cossart road, chadsford pa

cossart road chaddsford pa

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sounds really creepy.And also an interesting story.I remember many years ago I used to go past a house that had lots of werid stuff in it.It had prosthetic legs and arms hanging up in the windows and living room with blood painted on them,and monster masks and fake skeletons.I always wondered why?

But this story sounds a lot more creepy and scares the crap out of me.

Are the red trucks and chasing men meant to be real or false?

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the other day my friend and i were on that road probably around 930 when we noticed a red pick up truck talegating behind us about 10 feet they did that for about a minute then they stated flashing their high beams and honking for like 30 seconds so we pulled over and let them past, after we couldnt see them we started driving again then coming head on the red truck started flashing its high beams and honking, i was freaking out because it was coming right at us and we thought they were gonna hit us, right then the truck stopped and just sat there for about 10 seconds and there was 2 older men about in their mid 40s early 50s just staring at us, and they both had mustaches. then they drove away. this happened monday night 3/7/11

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the other day my friend and i were on that road probably around 930 when we noticed a red pick up truck talegating behind us about 10 feet they did that for about a minute then they stated flashing their high beams and honking for like 30 seconds so we pulled over and let them past, after we couldnt see them we started driving again then coming head on the red truck started flashing its high beams and honking, i was freaking out because it was coming right at us and we thought they were gonna hit us, right then the truck stopped and just sat there for about 10 seconds and there was 2 older men about in their mid 40s early 50s just staring at us, and they both had mustaches. then they drove away. this happened monday night 3/7/11

So you saw the men and they had faces obviously. Some people have said they have no faces. What did you do after they drove away?

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the other day my friend and i were on that road probably around 930 when we noticed a red pick up truck talegating behind us about 10 feet they did that for about a minute then they stated flashing their high beams and honking for like 30 seconds so we pulled over and let them past, after we couldnt see them we started driving again then coming head on the red truck started flashing its high beams and honking, i was freaking out because it was coming right at us and we thought they were gonna hit us, right then the truck stopped and just sat there for about 10 seconds and there was 2 older men about in their mid 40s early 50s just staring at us, and they both had mustaches. then they drove away. this happened monday night 3/7/11

So, since you were driving at night, I'm assuming you had your headlights on. Then the truck that was facing you also had their headlights on. I dunno about you, but if my lights are on, and the driver facing my car has their lights on, I couldn't tell you if they looked like Mork from Ork because I wouldn't be able to make out any details. So how were you able to tell that they were 2 40-50 year old men with mustaces? Not calling BS, just curious

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sounds really creepy.And also an interesting story.I remember many years ago I used to go past a house that had lots of werid stuff in it.It had prosthetic legs and arms hanging up in the windows and living room with blood painted on them,and monster masks and fake skeletons.I always wondered why?

Plainfield neighbourhood kids saw the same things in Ed Geins house and also thought them to be 'fake'.

Searching the house, authorities found:[12]

Four noses

Whole human bones and fragments[13]

Nine masks of human skin[14]

Bowls made from human skulls

Ten female heads with the tops sawn off

Human skin covering several chair seats

Mary Hogan's head in a paper bag[15]

Bernice Worden's head in a burlap sack[16]

Nine vulvas in a shoe box[17]

Skulls on his bedposts

Organs in the refrigerator

A pair of lips on a draw string for a windowshade

A belt made from human female nipples

A lampshade made from the skin from a human face

These artifacts were photographed at the crime lab and then were properly destroyed

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the other day my friend and i were on that road probably around 930 when we noticed a red pick up truck talegating behind us about 10 feet they did that for about a minute then they stated flashing their high beams and honking for like 30 seconds so we pulled over and let them past, after we couldnt see them we started driving again then coming head on the red truck started flashing its high beams and honking, i was freaking out because it was coming right at us and we thought they were gonna hit us, right then the truck stopped and just sat there for about 10 seconds and there was 2 older men about in their mid 40s early 50s just staring at us, and they both had mustaches. then they drove away. this happened monday night 3/7/11

They had mustaches?

I love this thread.

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They had mustaches?

I love this thread.

This made me laugh. :lol:

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I am from Delaware and have heard similar stories from my mom and others around here but i was always told that the road was called Beaver Valley RD. in PA right near the DE. line. I looked it up on google maps and see that Beaver Valley RD is near the road that someone mentioned earlier on here. Just looked up both roads on google maps and saw nothing creepy or scary about either roads. I have been on Beaver Valley RD during the day because i was curious about the stories i heard growing up but saw nothing out of the ordinary. No scary trees, no creepy house, no red car or truck chasing anyone. Oh and by the way...If you look up the road that the person mentioned a few pages back (i forget the name of it) and enter into street view on google maps then click up and down the road you will see a red pick-up truck pulled over to the side of the road and a grey haired man on the outside of the truck picking up trash from the ground. So if anyone is getting chased on that road it is most likely some kind of security or caretaker.

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kiddglock didn't kill me!

Bought fruit and vegetables a few weeks ago at a stand not far off Cossart Rd. I also received an email about the replies to this thread since I last posted.

Hi! Any new speculations?

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Just found this thread. Very interesting. I will be following it.. :yes:

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well, i'm a bit closer than most other people are... i'm on the east coast at least, but i'm down in north carolina... err, but if i ever happen to visit pennsylvania or delaware, i'll check it out <img src="http://www.unexplained-mysteries.com/forum/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/original.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":)" border="0" alt="original.gif" />

Damn, I'm in NC too, i want to see it too

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I'm in Pennsylvania.

Let me get a few paychecks together and I'm more than down for it.

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The never ending thread. I love this thread. :P

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The never ending thread. I love this thread. :P

Hahaha!

It's just one of those threads that has something for everyone!

Creepy house? Check.

Creepy road? Check.

Cult? You got it.

:)

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I'm sorry I don't have time to read the entire thread, but, did anyone take a picture of the house? The story sounds really interesting.

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