Ghosts: The Mysterious Death Of William Fuld: The Marketer of The Ouija! — Paranormal Hauntings

Another great story from Charlene at Paranormal Hauntings.  Read this one, Mr. Fuld’s death is quite bizarre. Makes one wonder, doesn’t it . . .   

Helen Peters, a medium, coined the name OUIJA after conducting a séance on a board. She claimed that the planchette spelled out ‘OUIJA’ after asking what she should name it. 416 more words

via The Mysterious Death Of William Fuld: The Marketer of The Ouija! — Paranormal Hauntings

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Mob Haiku: Exit Vamp

Joey’s wrong turnoff:
in the Borgo Pass.  Got bit:
wrong neck of the woods.
Photo: Gianni Lunadei interpretando al Conde Drácula, en una versión televisiva del año 1980 
For more Mob travel mishaps and other events, please see Pasta La Vista, Baby: Mob Haiku to Die For, and More Pasta: A Second Helping of Mob Haiku to Die For – and other things, at https://www.amazon.com/Jan-Olandese/e/B071FK9L75
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Ghosts: Ghost Cat, Faceless Man and Other Stories!

Readers, these are good!  Sit down with these chilling, real tales of all kinds of ghosts! Brought to you from The Guardian, via https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2016/oct/31/ghost-cat-and-a-faceless-man-nine-ghost-stories-for-halloween

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Mob Haiku: Thar She Blows

Jane gained a ton on
that cruise: the food! The girls sneered,
called her Moby Chick.
 
For more Mob waistlines and other things, please see Pasta La Vista, Baby: Mob Haiku to Die For, and More Pasta: A Second Helping of Mob Haiku to Die For – and if you love funny haiku, do check out It’s Your Funeral: Dead Funny Haiku (covering The Afterlife, what to wear to your funeral, heaven, hell, purgatory and all things related)  and so much more, at https://www.amazon.com/Jan-Olandese/e/B071FK9L75
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Ghosts: A Hooded Figure

Debbie Black

My uncle was a sane and very realistic man. He didn’t believe in ghosts. When he was in his late ‘60’s he moved into an apartment building that used to be an old rooming house. Many transients passed through town and worked in the nearby tannery. Most took rooms in the rooming house.

One day the rooming house burned to the ground and a few lives were lost. That us when they rebuilt and renovated it.

One night my uncle was sleeping when he awoke suddenly for no reason, around 1am. The light was on in the kitchen that my uncle could see clearly down the hall. He knew he had turned all lights off as he usually did, so this befuddled him. He rose to inspect when he saw a hooded figure sitting on a chair at the kitchen table. This startled him and he strode into the kitchen expecting to confront a burglar. There was no one there ! He spent the next 30 minutes checking every room and every lock on the windows and doors, nothing had been touched. All doors and windows were still locked. After making sure things were secure , he retired to bed, thinking it was all a dream.

Two nights later, he awoke suddenly at the same time. There, not 8 inches from his face, was the hooded man looking down at him sleeping. He threw his hand out toward the figure to grab him, but the hooded man recoiled quickly. The figure turned and walked into the walking closet nearby. My uncle sprang from his bed and rushed after him only to discover the closet was empty. Now my uncle was scared! He knew this intruder was nothing he was familiar with. Once again, he searched the apartment for any sign of entry or of the hooded figure. He found nothing.

Eventually my uncle grew used to the appearance of the hooded figure and began to accept his random visits as common place. After all, the figure meant no harm apparently. My uncle did some resesrch and discovered one of the young men who roomed here years before,had been lost in the fire. He presumed this visitor to be him.

A few years went by and my uncle ended up in the hospital with temporary kidney problems. While he was in hospital, his neighbour down the hall told him he had been seeing the hooded figure in his apartment now. I guess the hooded figure thought my uncle had left, so he sought out other company.

When my uncle returned from hospital, he stated the hooded figure never returned, but now there were two ghostly terriers who played on his livingroom chair. The terriers remained until my uncle passed at the age of 84. The landlord never saw them again.

For more about real ghosts, please see About Ghosts: A Useful Handbook.  For ghost stories, please see Sepia Seepage, Rest in Fleece, and Death Be Not Loud, and so much more at https://www.amazon.com/Jan-Olandese/e/B071FK9L75

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Mob Haiku: Steaked

Santo’s loose tongue: beefed
on Sal the Butcher. Sadly,
he loined the hard way.
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Ghosts: Most Haunted Castle in North Wales? DENBIGH CASTLE! — Paranormal Hauntings

Charlene at Paranormal Hauntings brings us another chilling tale!  Read on to learn about the ghosts of Denbigh Castle!  

So over the weekend we visited Denbigh Asylum. Struggling to park we decided to check out Denbigh castle and park there while we visited. It’s a stunning castle and i was keen to get back and look up some of its history and hauntings that surround it. 365 more words

via Most Haunted Castle in North Wales? DENBIGH CASTLE! — Paranormal Hauntings

For more about real ghosts, please see About Ghosts: A Useful Handbook.  For ghost stories, please see Sepia Seepage, Death Be Not Loud, Rest In Fleece – and so much more, at https://www.amazon.com/Jan-Olandese/e/B071FK9L75

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Mob Haiku: Clip Joint

Joe’s barber shop: 
known for shootouts, poisonings,
hits, very close shaves.
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Ghosts: The Legend of Black Annis

Readers, here is a creepy tale for you, from the ever-resourceful Charlene at Paranormal Hauntings blog.  Read on, but consumer warning, not for the easily creeped out! 🙂

So last week I was tagged in a drawing that had been purchased by Red Ridge x paranormal. They had researched a legend within the midlands area and purchased a drawing to represent the legend. 1,160 more words

via Black Annis – ‘The Bogey Women of Leicester’ — Paranormal Hauntings

For more on real ghosts, please see About Ghosts: A Useful Handbook. For ghost stories, please see Sepia Seepage, Rest in Fleece and Death Be Not Loud – and so much more, at https://www.amazon.com/Jan-Olandese/e/B071FK9L75

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