11 Dec, 2017
Crypt | Ghost Stories, Haunted, Paranormal
A woman visits a crypt only to find that the voices she hears inside are not of the living.
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11 Dec, 2017
So, when I was seven years old I lived alone with my great aunt Jean and our small dog, Jack in Houston, Texas. I had my own room, of course, and once aunt Jean was asleep she didn’t get up till the morning. I woke up suddenly around 3am and heard heavy footsteps down the hallway. My aunt Jean does not have heavy footsteps. The footsteps continued as I cowered underneath my blanket and told myself, it’s okay, it’s okay, he won’t get me, my blanket will protect me. The footsteps stopped directly in front of my door (my aunt Jean had a rule that I had to keep my bedroom door open at all times) and I don’t remember anything else. I fell asleep immediately and when I woke up the next morning, everything was normal.
FYNK James: 7/10 I guess that blanket really did protect you. Thanks for sharing the scares!
SCARY GHOST STORIES
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10 Dec, 2017
Ghost Photo: Chloe the Killer Slave
Taken at the famous Myrtles Plantation in Louisiana, the photo above allegedly shows the ghost of a killer slave named Chloe. But is it real?
According to popular legend, a slave named Chloe baked an oleander-laced cake and poisoned three members of the prominent Woodruff family: Sarah, the lady of the plantation, and her two daughters, Mary and Cornelia. However, there’s just one problem. There’s no evidence a slave named Chloe ever existed, and three three victims didn’t die of poisoning. One daughter survived well into adulthood, while her sister and mother succumbed to yellow fever.
Like many famously haunted locations, the ghost origin story at the Myrtles Plantation is completely fasle. As for the photo, to me it appears someone took a historical image of a slave and placed into the background of this image.
What do you think?
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Ghost and Ghouls
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