Out walking the dogs in what passes as daylight on an early November afternoon, it's easy to let my imagination run away following the recent All Hallows Eve. Taking the disused railway track that always has echoes of the past, I was enjoying scunching through the fallen leaves. Passing through one of the bridges the sound was bouncing back off the walls but as I carried on into the open the echo of my footsteps continued. I looked around expecting to see someone following me but not a soul. After a few more steps I was starting to get goosebumps at what the noise following me could be. So I thought I'd call the dogs to me and put them on their leads for protection (just in case!). It was then that I realised that one of the leads had partially dropped out of my pocket and was trailing in those rustling leaves........... doh!
What a fabulous photo, sorry you got spooked but glad it turned out ok x
Bless you. I can imagine your concerns x
Great start to a spooky story told around a camp fire 👻
🤣 That sounds just like me, any other time of year you wouldn't even have noticed! At least you have dogs that might actually be a deterrent, Toby would just ask a stranger for a treat and then be their friend 😄
The lead didn't drop out of your pocket;- a ghostly hand dislodged it..
You know how spooked I get!! I would have ran as fast as my legs could go..