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2 New Heroes

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2 New Heroes 

   On Saturday, March 10 2012, Emerald Coast Paranormal Concepts was called in to investigate a local fire station. This particular station showed its age. There is part of the original building that still stood with many additions added on throughout the years. From the outside, the building looked like many other stations with engines sitting in the bays ready for the next call. There is equipment set in such a way for easy grab and go access. Nothing really out of the ordinary. The team had quite a few experiences while we were investigating and we were lucky enough to catch some nice EVP. As we were wrapping up the investigation I got to thinking, (I know a scary thought right.) about something that is in this station and what it means to have them here. There is a big plaque on the wall and on the plaque is a picture of the 9/11 event, even though that particular tragedy was just horrible by all means to all of us. The plaque had a quote on it about sacrifice. I stood there reading and then it hit me like a ton of spam cans.  In these walls of this fire station there were 2 former fire fighters buried. There ashes were in 2 boxes neatly nestled back into the block wall, there name plates neatly polished and clean. These 2 fire fighters, a husband and wife, were two of the first firefighters at this station. There last wish was to have their ashes kept at this station. I asked the Captain if this is a normal thing, and does it happen often. I know it was a silly question. The Captain said that these two firefighters knew that by having their ashes kept in the structure of this building, then the building could never be torn down and it would always stay a fire station. To these 2 firefighters I salute you. Not only did you preserve life when you were alive, your unselfish act in death has allowed others to continue to preserve life today. To me a hero is somebody who is selfless, who is generous in spirit, who just tries to give back as much as possible and help people. A hero to me is someone who saves people and who really deeply cares. I have 2 new heroes now and they lay sleeping watching over those who watch over others. ~ Tracy
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