Madira Bickel Mound - Terra Ceia FL Haunted Place
- 955 Bayshore Dr.
- Terra Ceia, FL
- (941) 723-4536
Madira Bickel Mound is a state park that was the first Native American location to be designated a “State Archaeological Site” in all of Florida. Occupation here goes back to around the 1st century AD. The mound is about 20 feet high and as wide as 170 feet and is made of shells, sand and general refuse. The park received its name from Madira Bickel. Her and Karl Bickel owned the land around the area and donated it in 1948 to the state of Florida. There have been no known ghost sightings at the location but many have reported feeling an "otherwordly presence" when they visit. Feelings of being followed and watched have been reported as well.
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If i have to say its haunted i would say mildly. But i did get some interesting words on my device. If you want to feel connected to nature and feel some slight energy then take your bug spray and your devices and have fun.Posted 10/31/20
Dead ass for real. Spirits everywhere and i got a rider.
Agnostic person turned spiritually. Possessed. But in a good way. I think i hear God directly. Omnipresent in every aspect of my life. Glowing terra firma. Greenish. Abilities enhanced. For good. Running 4 God. Psychology cant grasp spooky happenings. Something about messenger rna. Leave it alone. Its Blasphemy. Posted 6/3/20
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Smelled smoke from a peace pipe and heard whispering. Lots of energy here, captured something bizarre on camera.Posted 10/23/17
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