Ok so this happened to my sister and my dad has told me this story a million times.. So it was my older sisters 4th birthday, everyone had just waken up and my mom was preparing food and decorations for her party, which all my relatives were invited to. After everyones came it was almost time for my sister to blow out her candles but one person still hadn’t arrived at the party, My uncle Jay.. My dads younger brother.
i don’t know if anyone has ever talked about this spot before but it’s been known for high paranormal activities. I honestly didn’t believe it until last night. I live in Parker which is town a half hour outside of Denver, we’re a boring town so I always wrote off any ghost stories as high schoolers being bored and needing some entertainment on Saturday nights.
A few years back, when I still lived in California, one of the things my friends and I would do for fun is drive down to Old Town Sacramento and walk around checking out the shops and such. Old Town Sacramento is pretty well known for being haunted.
I grew up in a 100-year-old haunted house across the street from a cemetery. Everyone in my family had their own experiences, but this is one of the few that happened to me when other people were around.
WARNING: Do not play the midnight game. It is very dangerous. There is a very real chance of death for those who play the Midnight Game and there is an even greater chance that it will drive you insane. It is highly recommended that you DO NOT PLAY THE MIDNIGHT GAME.
So, I was no present while this happened, but I know the details pretty well.
My grandmother passed away in February, she was loved by many. She was very close with one of my dads friends, Ricardo, and she used to call him “figlio d’oro” which means golden son in italian.
One night, (about a month after she died) he was staying in this hotel in Italy. Ricardo woke up to the hotel door flying open, and lights turning on. As he sat up, he swore he saw my grandmother, and heard her say “Figlio d’oro!”
Fuck Yeah Nightmares Answered: 6/10 for scares and thanks for sharing.
The Hoia-Baciu Forest (Haunted Romanian Forest) is a forest which lies in the western part of Romania.
The forest is famous for its lights towering skywards out of the woods and stange biological effects to anyone to set foot in the forest. The “circle”, which is in the inner part of the forest, is a clearing perfectly shape like a circle where people see paranormal activities.
Tom Underwood was visiting the Gettysburg Battlefield in 2001 with his family when he recorded this video at Triangular Field. It is considered by many to be perhaps the best, most compelling ghost video ever recorded. It appears to show semi-transparent figures walking through the woods….
Homestuck isn't that scary if you keep in the right area of the fandom. The people sometimes are assholes, but sometimes you find some pretty decent people. That's what makes the fandom good, the immaturity of a lot of them is their downfall.
im a fan of homestuck i just like to make fun of silly anons in a sarcastic manner
My parents have been gone all weekend to go camping, and it’s up to me to take care of the dogs. Two of them usually sleep in my room with me, and Dodger likes to sleep on my bed. After I let them go to the bathroom before heading to bed, I laid down and turned off the lights. Dodger hopped up onto the bed and laid with his back against my legs.
The next thing I knew I woke up and the time on my alarm clock said 3 am exactly and I could still feel Dodger laying against my legs. I felt really sick, lightheaded and like I was being suffocated. I stumbled out of bed and tripped over something, and I quickly turned on the light.
And that’s when I saw that Dodger was laying on the floor, not on my bed.
Fuck Yeah Nightmares Answered: 9/10 for scares and thanks for sharing.
You know, you've gotta forgive Slendy for eating/taking all these people. I mean, I'd be pretty pissed too having my freshly cleaned suit battered by the woods. Like bitch, this is gucci fresh and you won't stop running, dammit I just had these shoes polished. Do you even knowwww how much this costs.
The Bloody Mary legend and its several variants date from the 1960s. Like so many folk rituals and traditional tales, its exact origin is impossible to pin down with any specificity. Folklorists didn’t begin collecting examples of the text until 1970 or so.
Hey, so I personally am neither here nor there when it comes to the old "movie curses" thing, but I can't stop reminding myself of all that hubbub there was about the original "The Dark Knight" movie, and how it was supposedly cursed because of Heath Ledger and the less publicized death of a stuntman. I wonder if people will start thinking about that again too.