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Goodrich Cemetery

January 18th, 2012 by Caretaker 

Grave Yard Terror in North Carolina

One day I was at my grandma’s funeral. We went to the cemetery to bury her soul. We was in North Carolina with my family members. My mother and farther and aunties and uncles and cousins were all walking along. We heard like hums and sounds of voices like confusions and arguments like angry family members arguing and debating back and forth.

As we split up me, my mother and farther, and some strange man was with us. The cemetery we were at had already been having warnings all over it. So my mama was walking and she looked light headed. She just kept having a long conversation with the strange man. He was flirting with her and touching on her. She was telling him, “I’m married and there’s my husband and my daughter.” He just wouldn’t care. She told him to leave and go away. She got more affectionate so a lady came out. We didn’t know where she …

October 5th, 2011 by Caretaker 

Collier Cemetery

My friends and I were going down to the Collier Cemetery right off of St. Rd. 950 in Markleville, Indiana. I had called my mom to tell her we were staying out late.

I am not going to tell you the whole story but i will tell you that, it is a fun place to get scared at, and that you better listen to the ghosts, and activity there because your loved one may die or your pet.

The Collier Cemetery is haunted by Civil War families. The main haunters are 2 twins Beth, and Mary, the mom Mary, and the father Dale Collier. The grave yard is back in a cornfield, the cornfields are in the back and front. The road is half a mile long. There is a trench, trees and bushes.

My friends and I have seen black objects every time we go there, and a black car always sits by the front of the cornfield. The …

September 23rd, 2011 by Caretaker 
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Deja Vu in a Georgia Cemetery

My name is Stephen and from early childhood I seemed to be very sensitive to my surroundings and people in particular. I always sensed things about them good or bad within minutes of meeting them.

When I was in my early 20′s I was in the Army and stationed at Fort Stewart, Georgia. I had been married just a short time and a friend of the family stopped by to inform us that he was deploying to Germany and wanted to know if we would store his Honda Goldwing motorcycle while he was gone, and asked if I could take it out from time to time just to keep the engine from sitting idle to long. I told him no problem, and about a one week later, I decided to go on my first ride.

I was a little apprehensive because it had been several years since I last rode a motorcycle. So I got on the bike and because …

September 19th, 2011 by Caretaker 

Haunted Flats on Sheffield England Church Cemetery

I have read most of the stories on here and I have been absolutely fascinated with them as they are all different in there own way… most are based in the U.S.A… but I would like to tell you a story of my own…

I live in a place called Sheffield in England U.K, and when I was 18 years old I was offered my own 1 bedroom flat by the city council, it was a newly built complex maybe about 15-20 years old. I met my boyfriend roughly about 4 months before I had the flat who is now my husband of 10 lovely years.

I will describe the flat briefly so you can get a good picture of the lay out, as you walked in the front door straight ahead was the kitchen and living area which was separated by a breakfast bar to the right was a long hallway which led to the bathroom and bedroom. On …

June 25th, 2011 by Caretaker 
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My First Paranormal Experience Calumet Park Illinois

I can still remember it like yesterday! Our family had just moved into a house in Calumet Park, Illinois. The previous owner was an old Caucasian woman. It was said she passed away in the house. Well, we were the first to move in after the house made the market. Our first night there was the beginning of multiple paranormal experiences for me. It was 1989 and I was 9 years old.

As most families, we were exhausted from the move so we didn’t put any beds together. There were two bedrooms upstairs. The biggest was my sisters’ room and the other belonged to me and my brother. My oldest sisters slept on a queen size mattress in the living room that night. My other two sisters, my brother and myself slept on mattresses in our room. Well before we went to sleep or should I say decided to, we were just playing around and laughing all night. In the …

November 2nd, 2010 by Caretaker 

More Samhain Stories

As I mentioned in another post, Alicia Comes for Lunch, interesting things always happen to me at this time of year. This one isn’t scary, just eerie.

My grandfather died in 1967 and my grandmother in 1976. No one in the family had gone to their grave site since then. It wasn’t that we didn’t care, we just weren’t the type of people to visit graves. But I got curious and wanted to see where they were buried, but I couldn’t remember where the cemetery was. Strangely, no one in the family could remember either – each one thought it was a different cemetery. I was in Washington, D.C., which has many well known large cemeteries. My father thought they were buried in Mt. Olivet. My mother said it was Congressional Cemetery, my Uncle said no, it was Rock Creek Cemetery. Other relatives just didn’t remember. So one day around Samhain, when the veil is the thinnest, I went …

October 27th, 2010 by Caretaker 

Crying Ghost in the Grave Yard

A few days ago I submitted a story called Angry ghost in the strip club… so I thought I may as well share some more of my recent paranormal experiences. This one is quite recent it happened about a month ago.

I had just finished work it was about 3 am by the time I got out of there. After saying my goodbyes I decided to start walking home. Normally the walk would take about 60 minutes but if I cut through the local graveyard it cuts around 20 minutes off the walk. Having done this numerous times during the day I had no real hesitation at first but after about 5 minutes I had that feeling I was not welcome here so I started walking faster just trying to ignore the feeling.

What I heard and saw next I really can not explain. At first I heard faint crying so I stopped and listened and I turned to …

October 22nd, 2010 by Caretaker 

A Scottish Ghost Story

In January 2008 I took a course through my University where we got the opportunity to go to London and study Theatre. During our trip we were given a weekend off to do whatever we wanted. So a small group of us took a train up to Edinburgh. There was a total of four of us on this journey. Peter, Dante, Susan, and Myself.

When we arrived decided we would take a ghost tour. An idea I was totally for until we were reading the description of the tour we selected and a warning which read “you accompany this tour at your own risk.” But I figured I would be brave and we set off to find the starting point of the tour.

The tour was conducted in three stages, the first part outside a church, the second part in a cemetery, and the final part in “the Black Crypt.” The Church portion was about the history of Scotland and …

August 22nd, 2010 by Caretaker 

A Night at the Unmarked Graves

August 20th, 2010 by Caretaker 

Old Funeral Home

August 18th, 2010 by Caretaker 

Cemetery Scare with a Twist

When I was younger my best friend’s brother committed suicide. My friend was over one day and he was telling me about some weird things going on in his house that he assumed was just the ghost of his brother. His brother used to like to play a lot of jokes and he was a goofy, friendly guy so it was in his nature to play a cruel joke on people just to get a kick out of their reaction.

Anyway, after my friend finished telling me what was going on, an old toy of mine turned on by itself. My friend and I looked at each other and I laughed and he very seriously stated it was his brother, but I didn’t believe him.

So just last week, another friend of mine decided to visit the cemetery of my friend’s dead brother with a Ouija board just to see if we could get it working. We went at nighttime …

August 1st, 2010 by Caretaker 
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