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Train Tracks FM 157

Ponder, Texas

The country roads of Ponder are extremely dark at night. Many years ago, a woman distraught about the upcoming birth of her child, decided to walk down the tracks. On these tracks, she and her unborn child perished. It is said that every Halloween, one can hear the screams as the young woman loses her life.

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Keisha Ringland says:

October 21, 2005, 8:18 am

can anyone tell me why this only happens on halloween??? i am kind of curious. did the woman and child die on halloween or is this story just made up to scare people an get them to go there???

Jr says:

October 31, 2005, 10:19 am

Ha, All ways on a railroad
track

ANN says:

January 10, 2006, 9:11 pm

Maybe because most people go there on Halloween to hear it

Jasmine says:

January 16, 2006, 9:29 pm

It’s probably just to get people to go there… Probably just a hoax

Yeah… I agree… everything IS on Halloween

scientist says:

February 10, 2006, 4:57 pm

Hey I don’t know who you are but I want to know if the story about the little kids on the train tracks in san antonio is really true are they really real ghost.

keisha ringland says:

February 16, 2006, 8:45 pm

just to answer your question scientist no its not true!!! i have been up there so many times and have tried all of the stuff they have said to try!!! the tracks actually go downhill not up!!!

david says:

May 21, 2006, 3:30 am

I know that there was a terrible crash that killed some kids in a car at the same spot where a woman died on the track. Local kids do go up there on Halloween, but it is supposed to be haunted year-round.

Sia Nyteblade says:

June 6, 2006, 4:16 pm

…Boring, this doesn’t catch my fancy at all. If I wanna get spooked, I’ll just go down to the dry lake bed where I live..or maybe the gravel pit? I dunno…I’ll think of something.

Anna says:

July 13, 2006, 3:39 pm

I have been on the ghost tracks,it’s true, what you hear is true, but what people don’t seem to include, is the feeling of sadness. I mean arent you sad that small children are sentenced to push curious people out of harm’s way forever?
I remember a feeling of immense sadness, like when a child cries quietly to themselves. I’ll never forget that.

alexloveattack says:

September 12, 2006, 7:26 pm

this is actually FM 156 and I had not seen anything or heard anything out there as of yet.. but of course, I haven’t been out there on Halloween yet.

Tye says:

October 2, 2006, 11:00 am

My backyard backed up to 156 in Ponder. I lived there 4 years.The train track ran right behind my house. I never once heard of this storey or anyone screaming. Sometimes you would hear coyotes at night trying to carry some kind of animal over the train tracks, but that was about it. (by the way, there is no FM157 in Ponder.)

Andy says:

October 9, 2006, 10:20 pm

I’ve been there but it was on friday the thirteenth and i heard this woman screaming like a banshee omg it was so scary

Andy says:

October 9, 2006, 10:22 pm

I’m a girl just so ya know

Nicole says:

November 1, 2006, 12:12 pm

Its to much coinsidence that only on halloween things happen why not any other day they just want to encourage you to go there

kayla says:

November 28, 2006, 8:03 pm

Hi! I have lived in ponder all my life and never heard such tale. I have to say the tracks are cause of many deaths.. Even freinds of my brother…

Genna says:

December 18, 2006, 3:46 pm

I live very close to the tracks beside the only store in town and have never heard such a thing. As stated above, there have been many accidents. Most of the crossings do not have the rails that come down and one particular spot where accidents are always occuring, they have finally put rails and warning lights up. The only legend I know of in Ponder is at the mouse hole where someone supposedly hung himself.

angelica says:

January 6, 2007, 5:07 pm

i live in texas and thats not how the story goes!!!!! its that a bus of kids & driver got ran over by the train and when ever u go their u park ur car it starts to move! true ive done it befor! but…u might as well not go their know they cloesd it to anyone…*sad*

ivy says:

March 18, 2007, 6:13 pm

i think that it is kinda funny becuse so many stories have to do with a women and rail road tracks i am from san antonio and have never heard of that story till now and i have heard alot of stories

ivan says:

October 31, 2007, 2:28 pm

I live in Ponder and have never heard of such.I find it funny when people say it’s
true when there is no FM 157 in Ponder.
This is a bunch of ****!!!!

amy says:

November 14, 2007, 4:04 pm

WOW IM FROM TEXAS LEAVE RIT BY SAN ANTONIO AND EVEN MY HUSBAND SAID ABOUT THE TRAIN TRACKS IS REALLY BOUT THE KIDS ON THE BUS AND HE’S LIVED THEIR ALMOST ALL HE’S LIVE BOUT ANYWAYS I KNOW SOME PEOPLE MIGHT BELIEVE IN THIS STUFF BUT THEY DON’T GET IT IF THIS STUFF WAS NOT REAL THEN WHY DO WE HAVE PICTURES HOW COME WE SEE IT LOOK PEOPLE THIS IS REAL AND UNDERSTAND WHILE YOU ON THIS EARTH ITS ALWAYS GONNA BE HERE CAUSE TO BELIVE IT OR NOT I HAVE SOME WILD CRASY STORIES OF MY OWN ABOUT SITINGS AND MAN I JUST CAN SAY I TRULY AM A BELIEVIER…

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