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littlewickedthingsx:

Dreams in the witch-house by amphigoreylix on Flickr.

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Good morning folks, and happy #Friday!! This #weekend…

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Good morning folks, and happy #Friday!! This #weekend…

Good morning folks, and happy #Friday!! This #weekend I’ll once again be working on expanding my list of #haunted places and #GhostStories for GhostQuest. At this point I’ve likely added over 1,000 new locations, and can’t wait to do the final count to see how many I have now! 👻

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fuckyeahnightmares: the-old-richa-rich submitted: Sweet dreamsThis incident took place when I was…

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fuckyeahnightmares: the-old-richa-rich submitted: Sweet dreamsThis incident took place when I was…

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the-old-richa-rich submitted:

Sweet dreams

This incident took place when I was like 6. I used to sleep alone in my own room, was pretty scary for me but yeah I did. I had this habit of calling out for Mom or Dad when I was scared to sleep alone & afterwards they used to go back to their own room, after I went off to sleep again.

                                                 One day, after watching a scary movie I wasn’t able to go to sleep. Was wide awake for 3-4 hours when suddenly I felt someone coming to me. I thought that it must be mom, since the person (?) was coming from the direction where my parent’s room was. They came and slept beside me. I was relieved but puzzled because I hadn’t called out for anyone. But anyway I went to sleep. Next morning I asked my mom how she knew that I wasn’t able to sleep that night. But she replied she had no clue about it and she didn’t come to sleep besides me that night. I was like whaa….!!???

I wasn’t able to sleep alone after that you bet.

Fuck Yeah Nightmares Mod Weeper answered: Argh that’s creepy, 9/10 for scares and thanks for sharing.

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Hey folks!! My latest interview with Ben & Caroline from…

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Hey folks!! My latest interview with Ben & Caroline from…

Hey folks!! My latest interview with Ben & Caroline from #Haunted Hearsay is up on #YouTube!! Join us as we talk about all things #paranormal, with an #Irish twist!! This was such a cool conversation, and I’d love for you guys to check it out!! 👻

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=trNZCZXh3bk&feature=youtu.be

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ineskew: “I think there’s a rich ream of horror, from The Haunting of Hill House to Ghostwatch, that…

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ineskew: “I think there’s a rich ream of horror, from The Haunting of Hill House to Ghostwatch, that…

ineskew:

“I think there’s a rich ream of horror, from The Haunting of Hill House to Ghostwatch, that delves into the idea that certain places can simply go wrong – and once these bad environments have been established and ostracised by society, they can’t be exorcised. They simply keep accruing power through the individual stories that play tragically out in their shadow.

“I mention a real-life example of that kind of bad architecture in one episode; the Pope Lick Bridge in Kentucky, a place that looks and feels so sinister that it developed its own local folklore about a goat-man who attacks people who stray too close to the edge – and which has ended up resulting in deaths as visitors peer over the side trying to get a peek at the monster.

“I find this kind of stuff fascinating, because it plays into my own paranoia about environments, and my dislike of ghost stories with explicably human antagonists. Like David says in the first episode, people aren’t frightening. Places are frightening.

“If I’m sitting alone at home on a dark and stormy night, and I glance nervously up towards the bedroom doorway, my fear is not that my house is being haunted by a spirit called Mabel who died in the 19th century at the age of fourteen and is constantly seeking her favourite teddy bear… because all of these details both humanise her and make her ridiculous.

“My fear is that there will be something standing in the doorway, because the doorway is where things come to stand.

“Because unoccupied spaces, in our imaginations, must find something to fill them.”

— from “The Saturday Interview: ‘I Am in Eskew’ podcast”

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