The Invisible Girl

And once again I’m reminded of how little I mean to people

charizard:

dennys:

*tips waitress* m’bacon

who the hell runs this blog


stargrooves:

Felt this needed to be put on here. Tumblr people would appreciate it much more than twitter people

stargrooves:

Felt this needed to be put on here. Tumblr people would appreciate it much more than twitter people

southcarolinadove:

The story of Agnes of Glasgow is a sad love story, her story is local folklore here in this part of South Carolina, many people have heard her story, but not many realize she was a real woman who lived, died, and is buried in Camden, SC, pretty much nothing is known about her, other than her name and that she was the love of a British soldier, she followed him to America during the Revolutionary War, but where and when she came to America is unknown, but somehow she ended up in Camden, which was a major Revolutionary War battle, no matter who she was or how she died,tradition says it was the local Native American who found her dead or almost dead, and eventually buried here near the Old Quaker cemetery in Camden, in the Old Presbyterian cemetery part (there are several colonial era cemeteries in this area, but the first was the Old Quaker, many famous people and brave soldiers from every America war are buried in these cemeteries), its said by the locals over many generations that the ghost of Agnes roams near by looking for her love, Im not sure when the last time anyone has saw her ghost, but people often place flowers and other tokens on her grave in her memory, Ive been to her grave many times and leave handpicked wildflowers on her grave

Heres the wikipedia entry for Agnes (though we will never know if any of it is true):

Agnes of Glasgow (1760–1780) is a figure of American folklore, but nonetheless was an actual British woman.

Born in GlasgowScotland, Agnes followed her lover, Lt. Angus McPherson, who was a British Army officer, to America during the American Revolution. She stowed away on a ship bound from England to America, arriving in Charleston, South Carolina. Believing his unit was assigned near Camden, in Kershaw County, South Carolina, and having heard that he may have been wounded, she wandered through towns and the wilderness hoping to make contact with him or someone who knew him. However, she became ill and died before she could find him. She was buried under cover of darkness by Wateree {American Indian King Haigler, who had befriended her.

Local legend maintains that she searches for her lover still, and that her ghost haunts the “Old Quaker Cemetery" where she was buried, and the surrounding wooded area to present day. The legend is such that it has received media attention in South Carolina, as well as ghost hunters from around the country. Local historians confirm that the British Army did arrive in Camden during that year, but since it is not known as to which month Agnes died, it is not possible to know if they were in Camden at the time of her death.

crrocs:

I laughed more than I should have

crrocs:

I laughed more than I should have

muscle-temple:

Really hoping the Smart Athletic Friends start showing up on TV more.

muscle-temple:

Really hoping the Smart Athletic Friends start showing up on TV more.

earthdad:

i walk this lonely road….

earthdad:

i walk this lonely road….

evangelinedares:

chikuto:

Pretty simple!

I was about to get so mad at this post but thank god for that ending