Between Sublette and Amboy lies the St. Michael's cemetery. Also known as Sandy Hill, this cemetery was established in 1840 and sits in a quiet patch of ground surrounded by farmland and windmills. There's a nice little chapel on site, a score or more of unusual and unique headstones and, supposedly, it's very own resident spirit.
While on a photo excursion recently in the company of Kimberly Watley we were told of an experience a local gentleman had there. He and some friends had gone to the place and in the course of the evening the wind suddenly picked up out of nowhere, and the man's hat kept getting plucked off his head.
The culprit in this case was supposedly the restless spirit of Margaret McGowan. People say that if you stand near her marker you'll hear strange whistling sounds, and odd things happen. Nothing huge or noticeable, just minor trivial things. Now the day we were there the wind Was blowing but not overly so, and we made several comments, jokes really, about the 'ghost' and how she should put in an appearance.
I examined my photo's afterwards but found no ghostly images, no mysterious orbs of light, no lens flares or unexplained shadows. So maybe it just IS a legend after all. But that night at home I discovered not one but Two of my camera body caps were gone. Lost accidently? Or...... I'll let you decide.