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Over a year later and I’ve finally finished #writing my…

by cnkguy
Over a year later and I’ve finally finished #writing my…

Over a year later and I’ve finally finished #writing my 3rd book, The #Folklore & #Haunted Locations Guide: #Michigan!! Which means now I need to spend time editing, making a cover, and all that jazz. I hope you guys have been enjoying my #spooky Michigan stories! 👻

https://www.ghostquest.net/haunted-places-michigan-usa.html

Source: Ghost Quest USA


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chrisriddellblog:Witch Work by Neil Gaiman.

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chrisriddellblog:Witch Work by Neil Gaiman.

chrisriddellblog:

Witch Work by Neil Gaiman.

Source: Tales of Necromancy


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Horrifying “Old Hag” Ghost Caught on Camera at Fort Worth…

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Horrifying “Old Hag” Ghost Caught on Camera at Fort Worth…

Horrifying “Old Hag” Ghost Caught on Camera at Fort Worth Museum

If you enjoy being creeped out then you’re going to love this photograph taken at Texas’ Fort Worth Museum of Science and History. Hailed as one of the creepiest ghost pictures of all time it was snapped by Redditor KRAMERisKRUNK during a visit to the children’s section of the museum with his niece.

He claims that he didn’t notice anything unusual at the time, it was only when his niece saw the photo later and asked what the thing in the background was that he realised he had captured far more than a group of children having fun.

Come on, we think he would have noticed a terrifying old lady, hunched over wearing a shawl standing in a child size grocery cart.

A museum employee has since come forward claiming that security guards at the museum have had strange experiences before, such as things being moved, particularly during their Titanic exhibit

Source: My Haunted Salem


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"What is a ghost? Something dead that seems to be alive. Something dead that doesn’t know it’s dead."

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"What is a ghost? Something dead that seems to be alive. Something dead that doesn’t know it’s dead."

“What is a ghost? Something dead that seems to be alive. Something dead that doesn’t know it’s dead.”

Richard Siken, Landscape With Fruit Rot and Millipede (via apensivesoul)

(The fact that this is being reblogged from a deactivated origin account enhances this quote)


Source: Tales of Necromancy


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