It all started with a tour of the Macomber Hotel in Cape May. The tour guide had said that room 10 was haunted, and that many odd sightings occurred. My Aunt Teresa and Aunt Ruthie were in that room! We were a few doors down! Since I was really little, I can’t remember how I felt. Did I even know what a ghost was? I probably didn’t care.
Anyway, nighttime soon came. An old lady died in the hotel, so… I climbed in bed with my mom, being about two years old. I woke up in the middle of the night feeling a strange presence. I sat up in bed, and saw it – a white ghost, with honestly no shape at all, white yet transparent, black, deep eye sockets, and its mouth open in an oval shape. It was just sitting at the end of my bed, looking sad and very depressed – the old lady! Since I was a little kid, I was pretty scared. REALLY scared, in fact. One look at the supernatural thing, and I snuggled close to mom.
Macomber Hotel Cape May NJ
In the morning, I told my mom, but lied saying I was playing and exploring with my so-called “friend”. My Aunt Teresa and Aunt Ruthie told us about their experiences, like doors opening and shutting and a chair rocking.
I plan to go back and speak to that ghost, even though it’s been years. It was not a dream, let me tell you.
Another time in the basement, I went on a ghost hunt with my tape recorder, trying to find a ghost. When I listened, an odd whispering came at the end, though I couldn’t make out what it said. A bit like, “swooswooswoo”. Also, I was playing my Ouija board (can someone please tell me if pink ones are real or not?) when the other “spirit” said a bad spirit was coming, named Tecafon (don’t ask me), but I didn’t take my hands off. I soon felt nauseous, dizzy. I thought I would die. Gladly, I didn’t.
Please comment!� Give me info on how to communicate with this ghost!
Sent in by Karin K., Copyright 2010 TrueGhostTales.com