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Haunted Darwin 5

Posted on June 15, 2010

Having had my previous experiences printed here and currently living in an army defense home, where I can’t really have my problem with an entity we have christened “Kevin” solved by a defense maintenance call (see previous stories) I find people now tend to volunteer to tell me their paranormal ‘stories’.

These were told to me by a woman I catch the bus with this morning.

My friend and her husband were preparing a BBQ in the house they only lived in a few months. Her husband was a skeptic, where my friend was more open minded. She had felt the house was a touch ‘weird’ since moving in but the husband thought her feelings were all a lot of phooey and dismissed them!

As he stood outside on the veranda working at the BBQ he felt a tug on his shirt, thinking it was his wife he turned and realized he could see her preparing salad in the kitchen. Thinking he was mistaken he continued cooking the steaks. When the tug came a second time he was a bit more certain and looked around the spacious garden and realized he was certainly quite alone.

The third time the tug came he started to think it felt like a child, as an adult would have tapped him on the shoulder.

The fourth time the tug was quite urgent, like that of a frustrated child whom had been ignored. The husband lost it at that point and turned everything off and went inside and my friend had to finish the steaks in the fry pan.

They had noticed that there were scorch marks in the carpet in a circle and neighbours confirmed previous tenants had sat in a circle with candles and chanted.

My friend confided she never felt comfortable in the house and made her husband give up his routine nightly gym visits, as she could not stand the thought of being alone in that house at night.

My friend confirmed she was also eventually told a previous male tenant had gone berserk in the house and stabbed a number of his friends before being arrested.

Needless to say as soon as their 6 month lease was up they were out of there!

Sent in by Jennifer Mills-Young, Copyright 2010

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3 Responses to “Haunted Darwin 5”
  1. James D. says:

    Hello Jennifer,Jim here,as always I enjoy your stories.Besides my own experiences I’ve been told some freaky stories by freinds and work mates,think I’ll post some!…Jim

  2. trolldoll says:

    i just have to giggle at the husbands reaction. skeptic turned to shock! i wonder what he thinks about his wife’s feelings now? great post jennifer!!! how’s kevin by the way?

  3. Jennifer Mills - Young says:

    Apart from walking across the house where he was looking out the window, he’s been rather quiet. I think since our initial ‘ confrontation ‘ between him and Aaron and myself, he’s settled down to accept he doesn’t ‘ scare ‘ us per se and we have acheieved a happy medium. Of course I had to tell him to stop literally bending down to look us in the face suddenly, as Nea and myself are so much shorter than him and my son ( he caught both Nea and myself out like that ) and we both got a fright. LOL He seems as you suggest to be just on ‘look out ‘. ( fingers crossed )

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