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  • I attended a haunted elementary school. For the sake of privacy – and the fact that the building is still in use and is not available to the public, I will not divulge the name. It was built (corrected date)at the turn of the century as a convent. I’m sketchy on
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  • This is a true story about Highway Sheila.  Where I'm from everyone knows about Highway Sheila. Some people even say they knew her,she was a vibrant lady full of laughter and joy and she was loving and caring and could never hurt even an ant, judging by the size of
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  • I hesitate to share this story, because Toby doesn't want me to tell anyone about him. However, I need to get it out and I hope this can help people out there to at least know they are not alone if they happen to experience ghosts. I hope this story
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  • So, second paranormal (?) thing that I could think of to type out. I've always had a thing for wind chimes. My grandma had several of them and always had them on the porch in the front, and on the back stoop. I could hear them all the time when it
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  • Henryton State Hospital, located in an isolated section of Patapsco Valley State Park, on Henryton Road, in a dis-remembered part of the Eldersburg region. Instituted in-the beginning of the early-1920s, Henryton was inaugurated for two diverse reasons: the nursing of black patients writhe with tuberculosis, and the instruction and treatment
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  • If anyone here has seen the movie The Road and remembers the scene where they were at the tunnel...I live 20 minutes away from that tunnel and that is where this story takes place. My friends and I have been going to the Sideling Hill tunnel for years now and
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  • Sometimes it is not your home that becomes haunted; sometimes there is a haunting of people themselves. I know because that is what happened to me. I didn’t know it then, but the same ghost that was visiting me was also haunting a complete stranger that I would eventually meet.
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  • In a small village in West Michigan at the road's end, at the wood's edge stands the last house on the left. Built in 1853 it originally served as a way-station for the railroad. I made the trip to my family home in 1993 with my teenage daughters. I was
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