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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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  • 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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  • For decades the most popular ghost story to be told and retold in the Chicago-area is none other than that of Resurrection Mary. Mary as she is supposedly known as(however, her identity is really unknown. There are a few different rumors that detail who she might be).Anyway..."Mary" was a beautiful,
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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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  • In 2008, while I was living in England I had a strange experience which was both startling and unnerving. A friend of mine by the name of Cody and I were bored one night so we decided to go to go for a drive to a near-by neighboring city in East-Anglia.
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  • Okay, sorry that I promised to post some stories and never got around to it. Here are a few of my paranormal experiences.So, The summer of 2011 I graduated High School and got a job working at a local diner the next town over. I was making decent money in
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  • This is a real true personal experience. It may sound fake or far fetched, but I assure you its 100% real.  Edited: Jan, 11, 2012. The Truth and Dangers of Ouija Boards Growing up in a Pagan home, ghosts and such were never new to me. I've seen them my entire life.
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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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