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IN Weird ON 04 Dec, 2015
These stories are based on true incidents which make them scarier. People believe in ghosts almost everywhere in the world. These sightings make that belief even stronger. I recommend you to read ahead only if you are not easily scared.
Read the following article at your own risk.
Kate is suspected of haunting the hotel Del Coronado in California. She was found dead in the hotel room with a gun in her hand. But the gun and the bullet did not match. The hotel staff usually complains about seeing a young woman in hotel corridors.
The Bell Witch is what the fiction Blair Witch project was based on. She haunted the Tennessee home of bells in the early 1800's. The witch even tormented one of the bell daughters until she got engaged.
She was the wife of James Madison. She still haunts the white house and even watches over her rose garden over there.
In Justice, Illinois, there is a resurrection cemetery at the end of a long road. A beautiful young woman often is seen asking for the lift. When a car stops to help, she just disappears in the wind.
Richard Miller used to work as an usher in the Minneapolis Guthrie theatre in 1967. He shot himself in the parking lot of the theatre. The theatre was torn down in 2006. After that, he is said to haunt the place.
Elizabeth lived in Fort Mifflin. She lost her infant son and her daughter to yellow fever. She also later on gave her life to the same disease, screaming. Her screams are still heard so loud that the neighbours often end up calling the police.
One of New York's oldest bars, "The Ear Inn" is said to be haunted by the ghost of a sailor. Mickey used to live above the bar and was hit by a car right outside the bar. The place till date is said to be haunted.
William was hanged as soon as the civil war ended as he was accused of being a traitor. He was able to touch his toes on the ground until someone dug a hole underneath him. That hole still exists.
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