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Dungeon Rock in Lynn, #Massachusetts:In 1658, a group of…

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Dungeon Rock in Lynn, #Massachusetts:In 1658, a group of…

Dungeon Rock in Lynn, #Massachusetts:

In 1658, a group of buccaneers docked in the town of #Lynn, Massachusetts, bringing with them a large #treasure chest filled with silver coins. Four men were sent ashore to bury the chest in the densely forested area now known as the Lynn Woods #Reservation. It’s said that they were apprehended and killed by British #soldiers with the exception of a man named Thomas Veal, who escaped with the treasure into the nearby #woods. Mr. Veal took refuge in a #cave known as #Dungeon Rock, where he lived until a large #earthquake caused a boulder to fall at the entrance, burying him alive. Ever since, townsfolk have told stories of witnessing the #spirit of Thomas Veal, who allegedly remains at Dungeon Rock to prevent trespassers from discovering the location of his hidden treasure. In 1852 a man named Hiram Marble purchased several acres of land surrounding the location of Dungeon Rock with the intention of finding the hidden treasure. Over the years, the man began to believe that he was communicating with the #ghost of Thomas Veal, who he claimed was trying to show him where the legendary treasure was buried. Hiram Marble passed away in 1868, at which point his son Edwin continued the search until his death in 1880. Those visiting Dungeon Rock at night report witnessing #apparitions, as well as hearing the disembodied sounds of pickaxes, shovels, and disembodied screams. Others report witnessing the spirit of a man dressed in a red robe, however the reason for the presence of this apparition is unknown. The Lynn Woods Reservation was added to the National Register of #Historic Places in 1996.

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3 Notorious Haunted Locations in Ft. Edward, New York

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3 Notorious Haunted Locations in Ft. Edward, New York

3 Notorious Haunted Locations in Ft. Edward, New York:

Hey everyone! To get the #NewYear started right, I’ve just published a new blog: 3 Notorious #Haunted Locations in Ft. Edward, #NewYork! Check it out and let me know what you think!! 👻

http://ghostquest.net/blog/3-notorious-haunted-locations-in-ft-edward-new-york

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membrane:Čestmír Krátký

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membrane:Čestmír Krátký

membrane:

Čestmír Krátký

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Can the dead call the living?Though it seems impossible, many…

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Can the dead call the living?Though it seems impossible, many…

Can the dead call the living?

Though it seems impossible, many people believe they’ve received calls from loved ones who have passed on.

A Fiancé’s Message

“My fiancé passed away suddenly on June 7, 2014 from a massive pulmonary embolism. I woke at 5 a.m. to find him sweating and having difficulty breathing. He was rushed to the local hospital but passed within two hours.

On July 4th of this month, I was home alone researching BMWs online since he has driven them for 25 years and I now have this desire to buy one. I was trying to decide between the 328 and 335 when my phone rang. I looked at the caller ID and it said it was me calling from my house phone…but I was answering my house phone!

I said hello and heard only loud static on the other end. I got chills and said George’s name and then heard four or five busy signals. The line then cut off. I went online to check my call log and sure enough it said my house phone called my house phone at 3:34PM! I’m thinking he wants me to buy the 335 model. 🙂

And then on July 14 at 5:52 p.m., my phone rang and the caller ID listed an odd incomplete string of numbers that I assumed was some solicitor so I let it go to voice mail. As I listened, it was that same loud static and then a busy signal before cutting off. I’m not sure if there’s any significance to that date or time. I feel in my heart it was George checking in.”

A Father’s Goodbye

“On October 21, 1988, just after 7 in the morning, I was awakened when my phone rang. My dad said ‘Goodbye ___ (he used his personal and very uncommon nickname for me). See you later. Love you kid.’ And then hung up. This was not that unusual. My dad often mis-dialed or called one of us meaning to call somebody else. I was in my second year of college at the time, but my dad was in his mid-seventies, almost thirty years older than my mom. He was in the early stages of Alzheimer’s, too, so we all kind of expected things like this to happen.

Since I was up, I turned on Good Morning America and ate some cereal. About an hour later when I was showered and dressing for my first class, one of my brothers called informing me that our dad had passed. He had collapsed with a brain aneurysm the night before and was rushed to the hospital where he never woke from the coma. Then, around 7 a.m., his heart had given out. My brother said he had repeatedly tried to call me throughout the night and that morning but my number had been busy – like I was talking all night or my phone had been knocked off the hook. This was before cell phones and computers were common, when all that most people had was a single land line.

That’s all I have. My dad called to say goodbye when no one else could seem to get through at all. I didn’t tell my brother or anyone else in the family about the call. I was afraid it would have caused a lot of anger and distrust. Better to write about it and share it with people who are interested in the paranormal. My family is definitely not. Nor was I, until that day.”

Have the dead called you?

Source: My Haunted Salem


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soyoumusik:And that’s why it’s my favorite

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soyoumusik:And that’s why it’s my favorite

soyoumusik:

And that’s why it’s my favorite

Source: Tales of Necromancy


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