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Creepy True Tales Tuesdays: Did the Spirit of Jennifer Groesbeck Call Out For Help?

Charlene Lower Kemp

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Did the Spirit of Jennifer Groesbeck Call Out For Help?
Jennifer Groesbeck and her daughter, Lily, left the home of Jenny’s parents on Friday the 6th of March around 10 at night. She was driving from Salem, where her parents lived, to Springfield. Jenny’s father strapped Lily into her car seat and sent them on their way.
Jenny lost control of her vehicle and plunged into the icy Spanish Fork River located in Utah. A fisherman came upon the vehicle around noon the next day. This was approximately 14 hours after Jenny had left her parent’s house. The fisherman called the authorities for help.
One of the first respondents reports that he had heard a voice, and he believes one of the others responded with,

“We’re trying our best to get in there.”

When the truck was flipped, they saw that there was a mother and her little girl. The mother was clearly deceased, and they were concerned that the girl was gone as well.
Firefighters who had jumped into the river to save the little girl and she was treated for hypothermia at a nearby hospital.

Many of the responders have talked about that night, and they swear they heard a voice call for help. Later, they found out that the mother died on impact. There was no way she could have been the voice calling for help. Lily was just a baby and unconscious when she was rescued from the icy water. Even after knowing this, the responders, still stand by with they say they heard that day……

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One thought on “Creepy True Tales Tuesdays: Did the Spirit of Jennifer Groesbeck Call Out For Help?

  1. A mother’s instinct is to protect her child in this world and the next instinct and love of a child is far greater than death itself

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