Ok, maybe not haunted, but it just sort of gave me the creeps... The place I've been cutting wood has been great so far. Lots of Hedge and black/honey locust. I planned on today being my last trip there (pretty much cleaned the good stuff out). Anyways, the owner talked to me and asked if I could take the trees that were growing the graveyard. We're not talking about trees that are growing between graves etc., these trees are literally right on top of the graves, I'm sure the roots are sucking up lots of nutrients from the decomposed grave sites. I had planned to just stay out of there. But to please the landowner, I took down 2 trees that I felt comfortable dealing with. I thought they were black walnut, but they were solid white all the way through, EXCEPT for a small 1/4-1" seam of solid, charcoal black right up the middle. I'm not talking dark brown, this was black, and it was just like charcoal, even slightly iridescent and powdery when hit with the saw. WTH is this? I've never seen such a thing. Something just gave me the creeps thinking about taking the wood from there and using it, but then when I got into it the black charcoal seam really gave me the creeps. So, not knowing what this wood is, and the possibility of it being haunted, would you burn it?