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kitty jay's grave - Dartmoor

Postby brett » 10 Aug 2009, 05:47

high on the windswept ridges of Dartmoor lies a small roadside grave - inhabited allegedly by the body of kitty jay , an unfortunate serving girl who fell pregnant out of wedlock and committed suicide - her body being buried at midnight in an unmarked grave at a crossroads - as was the custom at the time - for many years - fresh flowers have appeared on the grave - and tourists who pass may stop and wonder as to the occupant of this remote little tomb

my late wife and i + plus a friend - spent an interesting night there some years ago - of the hundred or so photos i took this one seemingly had something anomalous ( and NO that is NOT paintshoped in !! - i don't do fake photos ) - this strange mist effect was not visible to the naked eye when i took the shot - as always make of it what you will - my late wife (seated ) said she felt the presence of the girl ( the wife was psychic ) whilst there .

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others have apparently photographed similar "mists" whilst investigating the site

if you want to read the full story of kitty jay go here : http://www.legendarydartmoor.co.uk/kitty_Jay.htm

however my late wife claimed that the story as commonly held is incorrect and it was the son of another farmer who got her pregnant - apparently she was able to contact the spirit of the girl whilst there - and i can vouch for her psychic ability

as always - i present this in good faith as a true account of what transpired .
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Re: kitty jay's grave - Dartmoor

Postby NinjaPuppy » 10 Aug 2009, 06:52

Not to sound as if I am looking for a way to debunk your mist but.... do you smoke?

I have a great pic very similar to yours, that matches the discription of a few sightings of an aparition, and of course it was considered no good as I smoke and unless you have a controlled situation, that's the first thing they (skeptics) throw at you.

It's as if unless you get a shot of an unexplained 'something' in an absolute sterile environment, no skeptic will even look at it.

Other than the wet blanket mentality of those Pskeptics, very nice shot. Now I'm off to read the story connected with your link.
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Re: kitty jay's grave - Dartmoor

Postby ciscop » 10 Aug 2009, 13:20

thanks for sharing brett
For every person who reads this valuable book there are hundreds of naïve souls who would prefer to have their spines tingled by a sensational but worthless potboiler by some hack journalist of the paranormal. You who now read these sentences join a small but wiser minority. Martin Gaardner (Psychology of the Psychic)
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Re: kitty jay's grave - Dartmoor

Postby brett » 10 Aug 2009, 15:29

NinjaPuppy wrote:Not to sound as if I am looking for a way to debunk your mist but.... do you smoke?

I have a great pic very similar to yours, that matches the discription of a few sightings of an aparition, and of course it was considered no good as I smoke and unless you have a controlled situation, that's the first thing they (skeptics) throw at you.

It's as if unless you get a shot of an unexplained 'something' in an absolute sterile environment, no skeptic will even look at it.

Other than the wet blanket mentality of those Pskeptics, very nice shot. Now I'm off to read the story connected with your link.


in answer to your question - yes i do - BUT at the time i was not as its very hard to take photos with a pipe in your mouth ( i don't smoke fags ) - and yea the PsKeptics will debunk ANY photo submitted , hence my comment about photo shop :roll: - actually i do wonder whats the point of submitting any evidence / stories at all - as i know somewhere there are hordes of Pskeptics muttering :FAKE" - STILL IF THEY ARE SO CLOSED MINDED - THATS THEIR PROBLEM - one thing is for sure - you never see groups of Pskeptics at jays grave - does that not tell you something about their "we know it all " mentality ??
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Re: kitty jay's grave - Dartmoor

Postby NinjaPuppy » 10 Aug 2009, 20:11

brett wrote:in answer to your question - yes i do - BUT at the time i was not as its very hard to take photos with a pipe in your mouth ( i don't smoke fags ) - and yea the PsKeptics will debunk ANY photo submitted , hence my comment about photo shop :roll: - actually i do wonder whats the point of submitting any evidence / stories at all - as i know somewhere there are hordes of Pskeptics muttering :FAKE" - STILL IF THEY ARE SO CLOSED MINDED - THATS THEIR PROBLEM - one thing is for sure - you never see groups of Pskeptics at jays grave - does that not tell you something about their "we know it all " mentality ??


I know all about their "we know it all" mentality. I've experienced enough of it to last 2 lifetimes. The point of exchanging our experiences is to not let them sweep all of this under some rug. Winston created this website to debunk the skeptics and to bring to light their tactics. So far there are at least 2 of them here who are perfect examples of pseudoskeptics. Too bad they aren't intelligent pseudoskeptics, but hey, we have to take what we get right?

You have posted three excellent, and well composed personal experiences. Your "Malevolent Spirit" topic was so good that Ciscop couldn't help but feel a burning desire to crap all over it with his moronic, unfounded comments. Kudos to you sir for proving first hand how Pskeptics work. It's a classic!

I would suggest that a few of us discuss Ciscop's tactics over on the 'Debating the Skeptics' topic but I'm personally getting a little tired of his antics. They are getting old and worn out and I am no longer amused by his lack of debating skills. My momma always told me, "Never have a battle of wits, with an unarmed opponent".
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Re: kitty jay's grave - Dartmoor

Postby brett » 10 Aug 2009, 22:03

well i aint finished yet - the next and best is yet to come - just gotta round up a couple of photos - and the balls** of Dartmouth castle will be up shortly

** not THAT type of balls incidentally - ones that move through solid walls :shock:

watch this space :lol:
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Re: kitty jay's grave - Dartmoor

Postby Nvisser » 05 Feb 2014, 04:34

hello Brett,

I'm doing an essay about British and Irish folklore etc. and I was wondering if I could interview you about your experience at Kitty Jay's Grave.
hope to hear from you soon.
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Re: kitty jay's grave - Dartmoor

Postby Emma » 30 Aug 2014, 17:56

I have a great pic very similar to yours, that matches the discription of a few sightings of an aparition, and of course it was considered no good as I smoke and unless you have a controlled situation, that's the first thing they throw at you................
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Re: kitty jay's grave - Dartmoor

Postby NinjaPuppy » 30 Aug 2014, 20:00

Hi Emma,

Welcome to the forum!
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