|Ring of Children and the Banshee|
The Ring of Children and the Banshee are two hauntings said to occur near an abandoned seventeenth-century Gothic church in Brazoria county, Texas.
If one were to take County Road 218 past the Primitive Satanist Church, he or she would find themselves on a small, nameless country road. At the end of the road, one must get out of their car and walk another half mile. Eventually, one will arrive at an abandoned seventeenth-century Gothic church.
- A ring of ghostly children
- A wailing banshee
The first haunting is a ring of children. The story goes that a group of children were playing ring-around-the-rosy in the woods when they were suddenly killed by a black magic sect. If a group of people stand in the middle of the graveyard and play ring-around-the-rosy, it is said that you can see their ghosts.
The second haunting is a Banshee. The Banshee is rarely seen, but often heard screaming in the woods.
There are no notable accounts that we could find.
- The Gothic church was built by Spanish missionaries who were later killed and eaten by a local Native American tribe.