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Tuesday, 25 August 2020 14:26

The Poltergeist of St. Catherines

The Poltergeist of St. Catherines
There is in all likelihood acquainted with “The Shining” and the infamous room #237 of the Overlook hotel. people shine, too… from Denver, Colorado, to as a long way away as St. Catherines, Ontario. At #237 Church street, apartment #1, a young boy Peter, became the center of a ‘house phenomena’ – poltergeist with 2 individuals of the clergy and 5 law enforcement officials who witnessed the occurrences.
According to retired Niagara Regional Police Officer Bob Crawford, when he responded to a domestic dispute at 237 Church Street, Apartment 1, in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada’s “Garden City” on February 6, 1970, the last thing that was on his mind was a poltergeist.
The poltergeist was carried by the media within the Niagara Peninsula, as well as national and international media, including CBC, CTV, CHML, The St. Catharines Standard, The Canadian Press, The Hamilton Spectator, The Toronto Telegram, The Toronto Daily News, and the Buffalo Evening News, just to name a few.
Check out this Link for more information. https://hystoria.ca/2017/10/26/the-poltergeist-of-st-catherines-ontario/

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Thursday, 11 June 2020 11:22

Australia’s Most Haunted House

Australia’s Most Haunted House
The first bizzare occurance at the property occurred after the relatives of the Crawley family utilized a guardian Jack Simpson to secure what was left of the structure. The overseer was shot dead by an adolescent who asserted he was affected by the film Psycho.
The main "paranormal" occasion to be seen by the Ryan's happened not long after they moved in on the third of June 1963. In the wake of getting back after dim the found that the house was blindingly lit up and as power had not yet been associated with the house the Ryan's were at a misfortune concerning what caused serious lights which radiated out of each room.
In 1990 the Ryans child likewise encountered a similar marvel subsequent to getting back to the house. The remainder of the family were going to a ball and the house was empty.
The Ryans pets didn't care for the house the slightest bit both their canine and feline came up short on the house gone forever after they were first brought inside. It was three years before any pet would remain, in spite of the fact that the more current pets would not go into the house and wanted to remain outside.

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Thursday, 11 June 2020 10:31

New Mexico Haunted As Hell

New Mexico Haunted As Hell
KiMo Theatre One of the state's most celebrated frequented areas, the tale of the phantom that as far as anyone knows abides in the KiMo Theater peruses like something straight out of an unnerving film. In 1951, a water warmer detonated in the theater, murdering a few people, including a six-year-old named Bobby. His apparition is a ghost, a soul that likes to cause fiendishness. It's convention for entertainers at the KiMo to leave Bobby a little blessing or treat regularly doughnuts to win his fondness and trust so he doesn't meddle with their exhibition. He as far as anyone knows meddles with the power, opens and closes entryways over and again, and drops links and other gear from the roof so as to divert the entertainers and cause them to overlook their lines. Are these accounts valid, and is there actually an apparition that frequents the memorable theater?

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Tuesday, 21 April 2020 10:38

Great Britain the Brown Lady of Raynham Hall

Great Britain the Brown Lady of Raynham Hall
This image catches one of the most popular phantoms in Great Britain, the Brown Lady of Raynham Hall. Or on the other hand isn't that right? It has been said the Brown Lady frequents Raynham Hall in Norfolk, England. She is apparently the apparition of Lady Dorothy Walpole (1686-1726), sister of Robert Walpole, who is viewed as Britain's first Prime Minister. The picture was taken by Captain Hubert C Provand, a London-based photographic artist working for Country Life magazine, and his colleague, Indre Shira. They were taking photos of Raynham Hall for an article, and had recently made a go of the Hall's principle flight of stairs. Purportedly, Shira saw "a vapoury structure step by step expecting the presence of a lady" descending the steps, and the couple snapped an image under his guidance. The later negative demonstrated the 'Earthy colored Lady', which was distributed in Country Life in 1936, alongside Shira and Provand's composed record of occasions.
Pundits asserted Shira put an oily substance on the focal point to make the figure, or descended the steps during an introduction. There is additionally a hypothesis of twofold introduction upon point by point assessment, just as one picture being superimposed over the other because of a fix of reflected light at the highest point of the correct hand handrail showing up twice. The performer John Booth said the 'Earthy colored Lady' could be copied by normal techniques. By covering individual performer Ron Wilson with a bed sheet – like a very late Halloween outfit – and educating him to stroll down a flight of stairs, the faked picture looked fundamentally the same as the Lady.
It is likewise said the 'Earthy colored Lady' intently takes after a standard Virgin Mary sculpture that is found in a Catholic church.

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Monday, 30 March 2020 11:12

Ghosts on a UK motorway

Ghosts on the M5 motorway
On an island of the M5 motorway close to West Bromwich, reports from drivers and travelers have depicted seeing a hooded figure, who commonly goes across the street before vanishing. It is imagined that the spirit or spooky locating is related with Sandwell Priory which was arranged close by. Another figure to be seen sticking around the island is a woman wearing white.
She's normally seen in the early hours of the morning and is frequently confused with a drifter. At the point when drivers stop to offer her a lift, in any case, they rapidly acknowledge she isn't as she appears - she vanishes very quickly. On the island itself, stands survives from an old structure which is a piece of the old hotel to Sandwell Hall, wrecked numerous years prior.

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Monday, 30 March 2020 10:57

Winchester Mystery House free virtual tour

The Winchester Mystery House Virtual Tour
One of San Jose's most well known vacation spots, the mysterious manor has 161 rooms, 40 staircases ( some of which prompting no place ), 10,000 windows and 2,000 entryways. Built in 1884 and possessed by Sarah Winchester - the widow of weapon head honcho William Wirt Winchester - the structure is said to be spooky by the apparitions of those executed by Winchester rifles.
Its inside is as luxurious as it is strange, with an impossible to miss room design, entryways prompting strong dividers, windows on the dividers of inside rooms, an enormous ringer which is rung each Friday thirteenth and various 'distraction' rooms that Winchester utilized with an end goal to trick the spirits she accepted dwelled there.
https://winchestermysteryhouse.com/video-tour/

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Lost Taiwan hiker says ‘ghosts’ saved and Protected him

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Thursday, 28 November 2019 11:34

The Glass House Saint Helens

The Glass House St Helens

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Friday, 16 August 2019 17:31

Blackburne House Liverpool

Blackburne House Liverpool

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Saturday, 10 August 2019 21:24

Inmates Haunted By 'Wailing' Ghost

Inmates Haunted By 'Wailing' Ghost

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