Sorry about the no answer . . . was staring at the ghost photos.
Remember the Grosse Pointe Shores haunting I posted?http://www.theshadowlands.net/places/michigan.htm
The odd part about that Lakeshore Drive . . . I didn't see any supernatural happenings there, but people have drowned off of Lakeshore Drive.
I think the night I posted it, I had gone for one of my night-time drives 'round that posh area. My natural interests led me often to stare out toward Lake St. Clair as I would drive. On more than one occasion, I had observed people running, walking, standing, and otherwise by the water's edge.
Normally, the drives during the daytime are easy to identify folks. The night drives were another story.
Sometimes I noticed people who were running at night. Most of the time, it's hard to make out folks closer to the edge of the water, as the grassy area slopes down to the concrete edge.
Usually I can make out folks . . . but I wrote off the odd person or persons that were standing near the lake the night I posted that Shadowlands submission. I figured that because the road curves at the point I saw them, the inability to see them was due to the darkness and the curving of the road.
Yet, I'm really not sure what it was. My memory's fuzzy about that night . . . but something was different about the people I saw that night. They seemed to vanish too early
. I'd also watched folks as I approached, and I'd notice them for some time in the rear views on other instances.
I was very used to keeping my eyes peeled on the night drives down that part of Jefferson/Lakeshore because there were usually few or no other cars on the road with the exception of GPS squad cars. Those Pointe cops look for anyone
on that road, and I would often be looking with close watch on the speed, what's in front of me, and in particular to any cop cars in my mirrors.