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#16    stevemagegod


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Posted 07 January 2013 - 01:48 AM

The iron island museum is pretty active where i live.

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Posted 07 January 2013 - 06:48 AM

Just going to name a few I've been to. My workplace, but then I think all hospitals have spirits left behind. The funniest thing a spirit would do would light up on the nurses board (it tells you which room buzzes for help) Physio room. The physio room doesn't exist anymore and even when it did it never ever had a nurses call buzzer in there. Crutches were thrown out of  the room at times also the death room as we called it right near the nurses station also spooked a few nurses at night.

The local Catholic High school, sneak into the grounds at night and the spirit gets active. It used to house trainee priests and one committed suicide throwing himself off the bell tower, I'd love to get inside the building as we got lots of activity just by being near it and there's been lots of reprts of activity inside as well.

Not close but it's now named the most haunted private property in Australia maybe even further. Monte Crisco at Junee, something I'm hoping to do later this year is do the night stay. Even day time is very active, but nights are meant to be fantastic. The spirits apparently like to follow you back to your rooms and tug the bedding off etc.

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Posted 07 January 2013 - 02:50 PM

View Postealdwita, on 21 December 2012 - 06:08 PM, said:

My village, Pluckley in Kent

The spectre of the highwayman Robert Du Bois speared to a tree at Fright Corner (Even though the tree is now gone);
The pub "The Black Horse" is haunted at night when you can hear the screams from inside of the lady of Rose Court.
A phantom coach and horses, allegedly manifesting in the vicinity of Maltman's Hill;
The ghost of a Gypsy woman who burned to death in her sleep;
The black ghost of a miller haunting the ruins of a windmill near "The Pinnocks";
The hanging body of a schoolmaster in Dicky Buss's Lane;
A colonel who hanged himself in Park Wood;
The screaming ghost of a man being smothered by a wall of clay at the brickworks;
The Lady of Rose Court (again), who is said to have eaten poisoned berries in despair over a love triangle;
The Phantom Monk of "Greystones", a house built in 1863. There is a suggestion he may have been the unrequited love object of the Lady of Rose Court;
The White Lady of Dering, a young woman apparently buried inside 7 coffins and an oak sarcophagus who haunts the churchyard of St. Nicholas's Church;
The Red Lady, reputedly an earlier member of the same ancient Dering family who also haunts St Nicholas'. The legend of the Red and White Ladies seem to overlap. A third ghost has apparently also been reported in the same place.
The Ragged Boy and the Seated Lady of Jack's Court;(my house)
The Screaming Woods (Dering Wood), an area of forest outside of town supposedly haunted by the ghosts of many who became lost in the woods. It was given its name because you can supposedly still hear their screams from inside the forest at night.

I've posted this before, so if anybody's bored with it, my apologies!

You live in Pluckley?  Isn't that supposed to be the most haunted village in Britain?

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Posted 07 January 2013 - 03:20 PM

This is pretty near to where i live


A locally made movie about the haunting (part 1) the rest is there also

Edited by Bogeyman, 07 January 2013 - 03:24 PM.

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Posted 07 January 2013 - 05:22 PM

I live on Long Island, NY, a place known for many haunts.  The first I mention everyone has heard of, the old
Amityville horror house, Where Ronald Dafoe lost his mind and shot his sleeping family members (6), at 3 am.  
Then we have "Mt. Misery/Sweet Hollow road...  Many strange stories from headless cops, dead children and Indians.... And my own experience!!  I was driving my wife and daughters down the spooky, thin wooded road,...
I shut the car lights and drove real slow, then came to a stop..(.it was pitch black. My family was terrified but they insisted on going!!)...!  I reached out the car window and threw my half full soda can over the car and into the side woods on the sneak, and they all nearly wet themselves!!  
Hmm my favorite is Winfield Hall, FW Woolworth's old Mansion.   I used to be the security supervisor who checked on the guards there.  I've spent the night there myself a few times...  Not many guards would do the shift at the time.  The regular guard was an old short bald guy with a german accent and a bad limp...  Nice man,....(looked like he belonged there)....I would always ask him if he heard or seen anything.  He never did,....neither did I.....  (I can't say that spending the night there myself was not
Scary,....)..I stayed by the main entrance  and would not go upstairs....because....   Woolworth's daughter, supposedly hung herself in an upstairs room, because her father disapproved of a relationship with the gardener.... The night she died, lightning is said to have came through the window,creating the crack seen in her wall carving image....
The carvings in the wall are Woolworth,
His wife and daughter all with knight helmets on...  His wife's helmet was closed, because Woolworth found her ugly..... (Strange guy that Woolworth!!!)
Very cool to see, the mansion is unbelievable with the revelations painted on the walls.  
Then of course on Long Island lives the Ghosts I photographed!! Like the one
I use as my profile pic, who resides in the trees in Nassau County!!  Check em out.  

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Posted 07 January 2013 - 05:36 PM

Living in BC, we have quite a few odd places.  In Nelson, I lived in two houses that had unexplained things happen.  One friend of mine refused to come to my house because she felt that it didn't like her.  BUT, the eeriest place I ahve gone to is Sandon http://www.ghosttown.../bc/sandon.html .  Maybe it is because of the number of people who died there through disasters, but, I know my daughter said she felt too sad and didn't like to be there.

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Posted 07 January 2013 - 06:39 PM

View PostTheLastLazyGun, on 07 January 2013 - 02:50 PM, said:

You live in Pluckley?  Isn't that supposed to be the most haunted village in Britain?

Yes, it's supposed to be. I live just outside Pluckley. (Within staggering distance of the pub though!)

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