Spotlights cast an eerie glow over the George Washington Memorial Masonic Temple on Shooter’s Hill. There are no hauntings associated with this building. I just thought it looked a little spooky with this lighting. Tomorrow the ghost fest continues.

6 Responses to Eerie

  1. Olivier says:

    ce monument est tres beau. j’aime beaucoup la lumiere qui sort de l’entrée (on reste presque dans le surnaturel de tes posts precedents ;o) )

    this monument is very beautiful. I like much the light which leaves the entry (one remains almost in the supernatural one of your posts preceding; O))

  2. Kate says:

    Marie, Shooters Hill doesn’t sound too welcoming. Any history on that? Spooky is good for Halloween!

  3. Rudy Girón says:

    Are you sure about the hauntings?

  4. You’re right that is eerie, and so is the previous post. Nicely framed and capture, well done.

  5. mariemcc says:

    Olivier, tu as raison. C’est comme si la lumiere invite les fantomes a rentrer ou sortir.
    Olivier, you’re right. It’s as if the light is inviting ghosts to come in or go out.

    Kate, can’t find anything much on that. It used to be known as Shuter’s Hill, perhaps named after a family. There was once a revolutionary war fort on the hill where the monument is now.

    Rudy, quite sure. It’s too bad, too. That tower would make a grand place for ghosts to roam.

    John, it’s something about that green light, I think. 🙂

  6. Matthieu says:

    Merci pour ton message. Je constate que toi aussi, tu as droit au ciel bleu …
    C’est amusant cette insertion de style néoclassique, dans le bâtiment !

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