He says no, he had sandals on and could not walk in Amphion cemetary in the wet grass. Yes I just found out Amphion is known as a ghost town. I didn't see any ghost even in the cemetary but you can bet I wouldn't go there alone at night. When they call it a ghost town I think they mean all the businesses and people are gone. I found out it was a town at one time that was by-passed by the railroad like so many others so it just gradually disappeared. Of course the cemetary couldn't disappear so that is all that is left of that Texas town. Some think Amphion got its name from a figure in Greek mythology but who knows? It does have some interesting history as it was located on the ranch of Jose Antonio Navarro a signer of The Declaration Of Independence. There are at least two graves of veterans of The Civil War and one of a boy killed by Indians. I hope to go back when it is dry and have a better look around, but not expecting to see any ghost.