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CCL Paranormal Society Meets at Haunted Catfish Plantation

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Cedar Creek Lake Paranormal Society chose to hold their August meeting at the famous haunted Catfish Plantation in Waxahachie, TX. Wouldn’t you know that a wedding party of 30 decided to have their rehersal dinner on the same night. Only three of our members were present for the meeting. They were Martha, Brianna and Tamra. They missed having the other members present for discussion. The 25 minute wait turned into and hour long wait, but the food was worth it as was conversation with other diners. The Catfish Plantation has several large books brimming with stories from previous patrons about ghostly encounters in several areas inside the restaurant.

Wish the rest could have made the meeting

Wish the rest could have made the meeting

The Catfish Plantation is an old home turned into a restaurant many years ago where three spirits have been described to still hang around by other paranormal investigators. Catfish Plantation has even been shown on the Travel Channel series Extreme Restaurants.


Written by Martha Hazzard Decker

August 9, 2009 at 3:48 pm

May Meeting

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We had another great meeting. May was the change of meeting  locations. Everyone likes the idea of moving around. So this is what we will do. We were in Seven Points for May and will return to Gun Barrel for June.

CCLPS may go to Jefferson TX in July for an overnight stay at the Jefferson Hotel. No one has been there, except for Tamra Brickey and Martha Decker. It will be a fun evening and a good training location.

If anyone else would like to join the group for this investigation, please leave a comment and I will contact you by email. If there is enough interest I can put together a program with a possible late  night investigation for everyone. I would need the contact information by the end of May to give me time to set up a special investigation.

Written by Martha Hazzard Decker

May 3, 2009 at 8:41 pm

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