I don’t know why but ghosts seem to play a large put in mine and my parents lives.
When I was a little girl (about 7) I lived with my parents and two older brothers in an ordinary terraced victorian house.
When moving are apparitions restricted by distance? Some apparitions haunt specific rooms and don’t seem to be seen anywhere else, some are seen walking the length of corridor or ascending/descending stairs, therefore moving a further distance than the confines of a room.
Hello – my screen name is Hisame and I am new to this site. I look forward to getting to know you all. I have never been on an investigation (although I would love to) but I have A LOT of experiences and stories to tell.
This is my most recent one;
Many of you are familiar with the Air Museum in Cosford.
The "star of the show" is an Avro Lincoln bomber (RF398) which is supposed to be haunted by a mysterious entity nicknamed "Pete the Poltergeist".
I have been giving some thought to as to where hauntings tend to be reported in buildings and just off memory, I would suggest that many seem to be centred around staircases, bedrooms and corridors. I cannot think of as many bathroom, toilet, pantry or kitchen ghosts. Do you agree and if so, why do you think this is the case?
The first house I ever lived in, in Bearsden, Glasgow, was apparently haunted by the spirit of a man named Jake or Jack Lyndsay who had died alone and an alcoholic in the house a couple of years before my parents moved in.
I am researching the Roman presence in the South Devon area, and as part of my research I would be very interested to hear of any sightings or legends relating to that era.
I’m only 16, but this is something I have witnessed in my kitchen over and over again for at least 6 years now. I don’t believe it to be a haunting, but I believe it is an emotional re-enactment stuck inside the building and was never solved.
In the days before the Edmund Fitzgerald, the Bannockburn was one of the most famous ships to mysteriously vanish on the Great Lakes. She’s one of the more commonly sighted ghost ships of the lakes, often seen struggling through the November storms, a victim of the Witch of November.
I am American by birth; Scottish, Scotch-Irish and German by ancestry. I have had a variety of “paranormal” experiences throughout my life, nothing terribly dramatic, but certainly all very real to me, and not easy to explain away.