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August 4, 2013 at 3:01 PM

fearof-theunknown:

New Jersey Lights
In Salem County off of Route 40 in Woodstown is Slabtown Rd.  The road starts out between two fields, before cutting through a small section of woods.  The road runs over a small stream and if you walk from this bridge towards Route 40 at night it will sound as if you are being followed on both sides by footsteps in the woods.  When the footsteps stop the lights begin.  Small white lights appear in the trees, on the road and on the grass, but not in midair.  You can touch the lights but you can’t get rid of them.  What they are I’d like an explanation for.

We have walked the road on various nights under various conditions.  Full moon, new moon, winter, summer, things like that and always the same thing – first the footsteps then the lights.  We have taken people there without telling them what we experienced and they experience it too.  –Joe R.

fearof-theunknown:

New Jersey Lights

In Salem County off of Route 40 in Woodstown is Slabtown Rd.  The road starts out between two fields, before cutting through a small section of woods.  The road runs over a small stream and if you walk from this bridge towards Route 40 at night it will sound as if you are being followed on both sides by footsteps in the woods.  When the footsteps stop the lights begin.  Small white lights appear in the trees, on the road and on the grass, but not in midair.  You can touch the lights but you can’t get rid of them.  What they are I’d like an explanation for.

We have walked the road on various nights under various conditions.  Full moon, new moon, winter, summer, things like that and always the same thing – first the footsteps then the lights.  We have taken people there without telling them what we experienced and they experience it too.  –Joe R.

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August 3, 2013 at 3:00 PM

fuckyeahhauntedbritain:

Dartmoor & The Hound Of the Baskervilles.

With it’s bleak auror of desolation. prehistoric remains, grim prison and malodorous mires, Dartmoor is a fearsome wilderness - even on the most pleasand summer’s day. But when a keen wind howls across it’s bleak sedges, and a dank mist smothers the moor in its foetid embrace, it is a place where nightmares abound, and it is easy to imagine hideous and terrifying creatures prowling abroad with evil intent.

In Buckfastleigh churchyard there stands a strange hut in which is the tomb of squire Richard Cabell, a man whose evil reputation was such that his death in 1677 was, it is said, presaged by a pack of spectral hounds who came from the depths of the moor to escort his soul to hell. The locals were convinved that they would never be safe from him and, accordingly, they built the special hut in which to bury him. His coffin was secured beneath a heavy stone, over which they placed a solid altar tomb and then enclosed it behind sturdy iron bars to prevent his escape.

Their precautions however, proved worthless. For on stormy nights, a ghostly pack of hellish hounds are said to come baying around his tomb, whereapon the spirit of Squire Cabell appears and joins them for a hunt across the windswept moor. Local children would often come to the hut at night, walk thirteen times around it and insert a trembling finger into the keyhole to see if the evil squire would gnaw at it.

It was legends such as this that lured Sir Arthur Conan Doyle to Dartmoor in 1901. As he toured the lonely villages that surround the moor, and traversed its remote hinterland, absorbing its threatening atmosphere and gazing upon its boggy mires, he was accompanied by a young coachman named Harry Baskerville. Impressed by the aristocratic sound of the name, Doyle asked if he might use it, and thus was woven the backcloth against which Sherlock Holmes’ most famous and spine-chilling adventure, The hound of the Baskervilles, unfolded.

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August 2, 2013 at 3:01 PM

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August 1, 2013 at 3:00 PM

fearof-theunknown:

Haunted Forest of Romania | Hoia Baciu


Transylvania and the surrounding areas of Romania have always been associated with paranormal things. Rather than talk about the obvious werewolf and vampire tales associated with the area,  there is another lesser known yet very real place in Romania that has frightened locals and baffled investigators for centuries.
The Haunted Forest, known as Hoia Baciu has many stories that go along with it. Stories range from Ghosts and spirits to ufo’s. Visitors to the forest have frequently experienced nausea, disorientation and other physical ailments. ufo sightings have also been commonly associated with the area and there is no shortage of reports involving Ghosts and apparitions. Many people claim to have photographed the strange phenomenon at Hoia Baciu.

One of the strangest things about the Haunted Romanian Forest is the geology. Within the forest is a strange circle that no plant life will grow in. Soil tests have not been able to explain the phenomenon, as they seem to match the surrounding soil. However, the lifeless circle is there and usually at the center of paranormal tales from the forest. Heightened electromagnetic fields also seem to be present at Hoia Baciu.
One of the most commonly reported experiences in the forest is a mysterious light (or lights) that seem to have no explanation. The lights have been seen  by many, yet there are still no answers as to what they are and where they originate. Disembodies voices are also heard regularly and many locals believe that if you wander into the Hoia Baciu forest..You will never return. One can’t help but to wonder what the history of this forest may be and why such strong paranormal activity is associated with this relatively small patch of earth in Romania.
- See more at: http://mostlyghosts.com/haunted-forest-of-romania-hoia-baciu/#sthash.HSzl5H0p.dpuf

fearof-theunknown:

Haunted Forest of Romania | Hoia Baciu

Transylvania and the surrounding areas of Romania have always been associated with paranormal things. Rather than talk about the obvious werewolf and vampire tales associated with the area,  there is another lesser known yet very real place in Romania that has frightened locals and baffled investigators for centuries.

The Haunted Forest, known as Hoia Baciu has many stories that go along with it. Stories range from Ghosts and spirits to ufo’s. Visitors to the forest have frequently experienced nausea, disorientation and other physical ailments. ufo sightings have also been commonly associated with the area and there is no shortage of reports involving Ghosts and apparitions. Many people claim to have photographed the strange phenomenon at Hoia Baciu.


One of the strangest things about the Haunted Romanian Forest is the geology. Within the forest is a strange circle that no plant life will grow in. Soil tests have not been able to explain the phenomenon, as they seem to match the surrounding soil. However, the lifeless circle is there and usually at the center of paranormal tales from the forest. Heightened electromagnetic fields also seem to be present at Hoia Baciu.

One of the most commonly reported experiences in the forest is a mysterious light (or lights) that seem to have no explanation. The lights have been seen  by many, yet there are still no answers as to what they are and where they originate. Disembodies voices are also heard regularly and many locals believe that if you wander into the Hoia Baciu forest..You will never return. One can’t help but to wonder what the history of this forest may be and why such strong paranormal activity is associated with this relatively small patch of earth in Romania.

- See more at: http://mostlyghosts.com/haunted-forest-of-romania-hoia-baciu/#sthash.HSzl5H0p.dpuf

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July 31, 2013 at 3:01 PM

spookylittlepickle:

Ghosts of Drayton Manor Theme Park (Drayton Bassett, Staffordshire, UK)
Former security guard Richard Kingstone claimed that he and another guard encountered a man in a long grey coat while patrolling the park. As they approached the figure they realised that it was not human - it was brown and hairy with no face and leapt at the two men. One tried to hit it with a torch, but the object passed straight through the figure. Kingstone also reported that guards could also hear footsteps running around and the noise of horses.

spookylittlepickle:

Ghosts of Drayton Manor Theme Park (Drayton Bassett, Staffordshire, UK)

Former security guard Richard Kingstone claimed that he and another guard encountered a man in a long grey coat while patrolling the park. As they approached the figure they realised that it was not human - it was brown and hairy with no face and leapt at the two men. One tried to hit it with a torch, but the object passed straight through the figure. Kingstone also reported that guards could also hear footsteps running around and the noise of horses.

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July 30, 2013 at 3:00 PM

paranormalexpresso:

Giant UFOs: Biggest UFO Sightings Ever - Paranormal Documentary (by OnlyTheParanormal)

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July 29, 2013 at 3:00 PM

spookylittlepickle:

Ghostly girl on the gravestone
This photograph appeared in both the Chicago Sun-Times and the National Examiner. It was taken during an investigation in Bachelor’s Grove Cemetery on August 10, 1991 with a group of GRS members. The picture is an enlarged black and white infra-red shot taken of an area where many of the group noticed something unusual with some of the equipment they used. It shows a young woman sitting on a tombstone with parts of her lower and upper body being somewhat semi-transparent. The dress she is wearing is also out-of-date. It was taken by member, Jude Huff-Felz.

spookylittlepickle:

Ghostly girl on the gravestone

This photograph appeared in both the Chicago Sun-Times and the National Examiner. It was taken during an investigation in Bachelor’s Grove Cemetery on August 10, 1991 with a group of GRS members. The picture is an enlarged black and white infra-red shot taken of an area where many of the group noticed something unusual with some of the equipment they used. It shows a young woman sitting on a tombstone with parts of her lower and upper body being somewhat semi-transparent. The dress she is wearing is also out-of-date. It was taken by member, Jude Huff-Felz.

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July 28, 2013 at 3:00 PM

spookylittlepickle:

The Mermaid of Zennor (Zennor, Cornwall, UK)
The people of Zennor had long wondered at the beauty of a richly-dressed lady who attended divine service at the church. None knew whence she came, but when she fell in love with Matthew Trewella and lured him away, tongues began to wag. Neither was seen again for many years, until one Sunday morning the sailors on a ship anchored near Pendower Cove were surprised to see a mermaid rising from the water, and recognised her as none other than the mysterious visitor to Zennor Church. She asked the captain to raise his anchor, as it was barring the entrance to her house. Her likeness can be seen to this day carved on a pew-end in Zennor Church.

spookylittlepickle:

The Mermaid of Zennor (Zennor, Cornwall, UK)

The people of Zennor had long wondered at the beauty of a richly-dressed lady who attended divine service at the church. None knew whence she came, but when she fell in love with Matthew Trewella and lured him away, tongues began to wag. Neither was seen again for many years, until one Sunday morning the sailors on a ship anchored near Pendower Cove were surprised to see a mermaid rising from the water, and recognised her as none other than the mysterious visitor to Zennor Church. She asked the captain to raise his anchor, as it was barring the entrance to her house. Her likeness can be seen to this day carved on a pew-end in Zennor Church.

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July 27, 2013 at 3:00 PM

spookylittlepickle:

Ghosts of The Stanley Hotel (Estes Park, Colorado, USA)
Completed in 1909 by Freelan Oscar Stanley (inventor of the Stanley Steamer automobile), this 138-guest room hotel in the Colorado Rockies is probably best known as the inspiration for Stephen King’s book The Shining, which he wrote after staying at The Stanley, in room 217. King did not write the novel there, nor was the 1980 Stanley Kubrick movie filmed there, but the TV movie version of The Shining was used as the location. Today, the elegant hotel is a popular resort and destination for ghost hunters; a ghost tour is even offered to visitors.
Several apparitions and other phenomena have been reported throughout the hotel:
The ghosts of Freelan Stanley and his wife Flora have been seen dressed in formal attire on the main staircase and in other public areas, such as the lobby and the billiard room. Mr. Stanley has also been spotted in the administration offices, perhaps to keep an eye on the hotel’s books. Flora’s piano playing occasionally echos in the ballroom.
Disembodied voices and phantom footsteps have been heard in the hallways and rooms.
Staff and visitors have reported unseen hands yanking at their clothing.
More than one guest has said they have awakened to find their blankets taken from their beds and neatly folded.
The Earl of Dunraven, who owned the land prior to the Stanleys, is said to haunt room 407, where the aroma of his cherry pipe tobacco still can be smelled. A ghostly face has also been reported peering out of the room’s window when it was not occupied.
Room 217, where Stephen King stayed, was the site of a tragic accident in 1911: housekeeper Elizabeth Wilson was nearly killed by a gas leak explosion. Since her death in the 1950s, strange, unexplained activity is said to take place in that room, including doors opening and closing, and lights switching on and off by themselves.
Room 418 is the most haunted room, according to hotel staff, apparently by the ghosts of children. Guests who stay there say phantom children can be heard playing in the hallways at night. One couple complained that the noisy children kept them up all night, although there were no children staying at the hotel at the time. Impressions of bodies have been found on the bed when the room as been unoccupied.
The ghost of a small child who calls out to his nanny has been spotted (including by Stephen King) on several occasions on the second floor.

spookylittlepickle:

Ghosts of The Stanley Hotel (Estes Park, Colorado, USA)

Completed in 1909 by Freelan Oscar Stanley (inventor of the Stanley Steamer automobile), this 138-guest room hotel in the Colorado Rockies is probably best known as the inspiration for Stephen King’s book The Shining, which he wrote after staying at The Stanley, in room 217. King did not write the novel there, nor was the 1980 Stanley Kubrick movie filmed there, but the TV movie version of The Shining was used as the location. Today, the elegant hotel is a popular resort and destination for ghost hunters; a ghost tour is even offered to visitors.

Several apparitions and other phenomena have been reported throughout the hotel:

The ghosts of Freelan Stanley and his wife Flora have been seen dressed in formal attire on the main staircase and in other public areas, such as the lobby and the billiard room. Mr. Stanley has also been spotted in the administration offices, perhaps to keep an eye on the hotel’s books. Flora’s piano playing occasionally echos in the ballroom.

Disembodied voices and phantom footsteps have been heard in the hallways and rooms.

Staff and visitors have reported unseen hands yanking at their clothing.

More than one guest has said they have awakened to find their blankets taken from their beds and neatly folded.

The Earl of Dunraven, who owned the land prior to the Stanleys, is said to haunt room 407, where the aroma of his cherry pipe tobacco still can be smelled. A ghostly face has also been reported peering out of the room’s window when it was not occupied.

Room 217, where Stephen King stayed, was the site of a tragic accident in 1911: housekeeper Elizabeth Wilson was nearly killed by a gas leak explosion. Since her death in the 1950s, strange, unexplained activity is said to take place in that room, including doors opening and closing, and lights switching on and off by themselves.

Room 418 is the most haunted room, according to hotel staff, apparently by the ghosts of children. Guests who stay there say phantom children can be heard playing in the hallways at night. One couple complained that the noisy children kept them up all night, although there were no children staying at the hotel at the time. Impressions of bodies have been found on the bed when the room as been unoccupied.

The ghost of a small child who calls out to his nanny has been spotted (including by Stephen King) on several occasions on the second floor.

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July 26, 2013 at 3:01 PM

spookylittlepickle:

UFO: Puerto Rico (May 1988)

spookylittlepickle:

UFO: Puerto Rico (May 1988)

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