Added by on 2019-09-17

[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote During a series of bad luck events, a cross country road trip turns into an encounter with an animal spirit of the native desert land. This is a Smoking Owl original and is also posted on the subreddit: FreeHorrorStories. Video Sources: Video: Free Stock Video Footage – Nevada Desert, Sand, Arizona, Highway Channel: Free Stock Video Footage Link: Video: Free Stock Video Footage – Nevada Desert, Sand, Arizona, Highway Channel: Video Farm Non Copyrighted Videos Link: Background Music: Ghost Story Kevin MacLeod ( Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License Video Rating: / 5 IN PART ONE WE SENT THE CAMERA DOWN THIS MINE SHAFT AIMING STRAIGHT DOWN, IN SEARCH OF DRIFT TUNNELS OR ANYTHING INTERESTING. SOME OF MY KNOWLEDGEABLE VIEWERS, BELIEVED THAT THERE WAS POSSIBLY A DRIFT TUNNEL JUST OUT OF SIGHT OF THE CAMERAS VIEW. SO WE ADJUSTED THE CAMERA HORIZONTAL INSTEAD OF VERTICAL AND SENT IT BACK DOWN. HERE’S A LINK TO PART ONE JUST IN CASE YOU HAVEN’T WATCHED YET. Video Rating: / 5


  • ANTHONY LUNA III 1 year ago

    I see shadow people in Harquahala Valley , Arizona the valley has a bloody history with native americans and Prospector miners who were murdered by the pima indians. I couldn't begin to tell you all the historical evidence that is clearly the reason why that shadow people exist in Harquahala Valley. When you drive the two lane highways at night time you'll see them cross the highways or on the side of the highways. Sometimes they just go into a general direction within a fraction of a second and disappear. But they make thier presence known and can scream blood curling screams that can cause chills to run up your body. One time i walked to my backyard which is 5 acres away from my house and as i got to the gate i seen a dark mist of cold air head towards me and pass through me i got a cold chill and it was 83° F around 8 p.m or so in late june last year 2018. I will never forget it as i immediately fast walked back to my house and forgot about it. If you ever go into Arizona on highway 10 east or west bound exit 81 look for sign Harquahala Valley Road follow it all the way to baseline about 10 to 15 miles of darkness in the middle of the sonora desert and i guarantee you to see them just be careful about how you drive because if you stare to long at the shadow people you'll lose your mind and your ears will fill up with blood curling screams of unknown spirit's who enter your car or pickup truck. But i truely believe once your eyes see the eminence of darkness you'll turn around and head back on the 10 freeway Like so many others have done.

  • THExGODTWISTER 1 year ago

    As a person who lives in Arizona I truly believe this story I couldn’t begin to tell you the shit I’ve seen when my friends and I have walked the desert

  • Dru Bunce 1 year ago

    I'm experiencing the haunting
    It had stopped but it's back

  • Dru Bunce 1 year ago

    I stopped listening when you said now this is one of the scariest things

  • OneVids Nationtv 1 year ago

    Your not gonna tell us where this is

  • Chris H 1 year ago

    I like that the ladder looked mostly intact. I wonder if you could use it in a worst case scenario, if it would be insta-death.

  • Bruce Anderson 1 year ago

    Since you can't really tell, I'm going to make up a new term…I think it's a dwinstope?

  • Mike Henry 1 year ago

    Nothing like exploring the desert in flip flops.

  • Dave Beckley 1 year ago

    That's a pretty cool rig for the GoPro. I watched video a while back from someone doing the same thing, dropping a GoPro down a vertical shaft but he had only the one camera so to make sure he'd get it back out he hung it from a new nylon rope. Why he went ahead and posted to Youtube, I couldn't guess because all the viewers could see were the walls of the shaft flashing by at 3 rpm as that new rope unwound to release the tension. I felt kind of sorry for him since he went to that much trouble to only end up with 10 minutes of near total blur. Regarding that cut, I'd guess it was just a prospect. Thanks for sharing.

  • Cornish Mine Explorer 1 year ago

    Looks like a choked shaft to me, the hole on the side is just the shaft continuing downwards. Find a nice 100+kg rock to chuck down there, see if it clears the old timbers?

  • Mike Rusch 1 year ago

    A cool safe way to see what hasn't been seen in a long long time
    Be careful just because there's a collar doesn't mean the ground won't give away (outside the collar)and still go for the ride of your life!

  • TVR Exploring 1 year ago

    Kinda hard to tell the angles in this one, but it looked like that hole was dropping down at a fairly steep angle from the vertical winze? Also, the rubble at the bottom blocks the view, but since it is the bottom, I would guess that it is a small pocket of material they cleared out. Not really a drift or a winze, but just a small little alcove…

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