Ghosts: Spirit Animals — Ghosts and Ghouls

Readers, here’s a nurse’s story about eerie harbingers of death!  Read on:  courtesy Ghosts and Ghouls blog.

“I used to work with dying, elderly patients. I had lots of experiences on the night shift, but one was particularly creepy and strange. A patient I had was passing. At the end of my shift, I said, ‘Now don’t you go nowhere. I’ll be back tomorrow night.’ She just shook her head no. The…

via Reader Submission: Spirit Animals — Ghosts and Ghouls

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Mob Haiku: It’s Coplicated

Sworn into the crew:

Tom was a detective, though.

‘Twas pledgearism.

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Ghosts: A Collection of Ghosts!

Readers, here are more stories, brought to you via Misterio Press.

via Halloween Hauntings: True Ghost Stories | Misterio Press

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Mob Haiku: Grounded

‘Como wrote bad checks

to pay his bookie. Uh oh!

He never bounced back.


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Mob Haiku: Cut the Grass

TSA busts Joe:
he learns a hard lesson: two
bongs don’t make a flight.

Photo:By Jacinta Quesada (This image is from the FEMA Photo Library.) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

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Ghosts: A Haunted Doll

Readers, here’s a tale about a doll with some strange powers!  Read on! From Ghosts and Ghouls blog:

“I heard this story from a friend of mine. She got this doll from a yard sale a couple of years ago. At first, everything seemed fine. The doll didn’t move, or speak, or do anything. About a month later, she noticed the doll had moved. At first, it only moved a couple of inches.…

via Reader Submission: Dolly Dearest — Ghosts and Ghouls

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Mob Haiku: Rest In Piece

Massimo tattled.

Found him six feet under. A

snitch in lime saves pine.

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Ghosts: Solid Ghosts

Readers, have a look at this intriguing account of ghosts who appeared to be living people!  From Surviving Real Paranormal Activity blog.

I will openly admit to being a “helicopter mom” — you know the sort, keeping my eye out for anything happening around or with my kids. I suppose that I am ‘hard wired’ to behave this way; especially after someone tried to kidnap me when I was a young child. When my own kids were […]

via “The older spirit couple, they were as solid as you or I.” — Surviving Real Paranormal Activity

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Mob Haiku: Code of Spylence

Manolo knew, but

kept it to himself.  Always

maintained Bromertà.

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Ghosts: A Very Haunted House!

Readers, if you like haunted house stories, get your coffee (or martini!) and hunker down.  There are several house-worths of ghosts at this one residence!  A true story, shared by a reader at the excellent Theresa’s Haunted History of the Tri-State blog.

From WikipediaTheresa’s Note: Today is another absolutely fascinating guest blog! I met the author, Jen, several years ago at a local festival and I’m thrilled she has decided to share these ghost stories with us! These stories are from the historic Landon/Stancioff House, located in Urbana, MD. The home has a looong history. Among other…

via The Haunted History of Maryland’s Landon House: Guest Blog #3 — Theresa’s Haunted History of the Tri-State

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