Thursday, February 26, 2009

Storage Shed


The mystery has been solved for me by a local citizen through a comment on this blog, so I didn't have to open the door to this spooky little building! He has seen it when the door is open and it is a storage shed. It is located in Old City Cemetery. I don't know how old it is, but I really like the stones used to construct it. Thanks downtown guy!

13 comments:

Hilda said...

Whatever it is, I love the stone walls!

Tanya said...

My guess would be a crypt but I don't think I've seen one made entirely out of stones...or maybe I have. Come on Lois, take a peek inside ;)

Lois said...

I'll peek inside if you come down here and go with me Tanya--otherwise I'm not gonna do it!

~Cheryl said...

The very thought gives me goosebumps! Just roll away the stone....and a log....and.... There's probably a party going on inside (but the membership dues might be a little steep for me right now). :) Oh my! the encrypted "word" I have to type almost spells "forensic" !!

downtown guy said...

It's the storage shed. When they're working on the grass or whatever, sometimes they leave the door open. Cool building, though.

Lois said...

Thanks downtown guy! Although I must admit I'm a little disappointed at losing the mystery of it!

downtown guy said...

Sorry! It's actually, um, the entrance to the secret Masonic rec room. Yeah, that's the ticket.

Tanya said...

Ahhh, a boring ol storage shed! It would have been much more fun if I had come down and we could have solved the mystery together!

Lisa Wilson said...

I'd be scared to look inside if it's in a cemetery, too!

Hyde DP said...

great stuff

Pam said...

Great story to this post, Lois. But you never know, maybe they just want you to beleive it's a storage shed. Sounds like a cemetery cover-up (pun intended:)

Lois said...

Good one Pam! You and Jacob are ganging up on me with the cemetery humor!

Looks like I'll have to find another mystery to get you down here Tanya!

Jacob said...

I can understand why you didn't want to open the door, Lois...one never knows what spooky things you might find!

Thanks, as usual, for visiting Ocala DP.