‘Black Eyed Child’ ghost spark paranormal hunt
This spectre, nicknamed the ‘Black Eyed Child’ was last seen 30 years ago, and has been described as having black eyes with ‘no iris, no white, nothing’.
Leading paranormal investigator Lee Brickley launched an in-depth investigation of Cannock Chase in Staffordshire, England after reports that the ghoulish apparition has returned to the heathland.
The child ghost was last seed 30 years ago, sparking worldwide interest, and is today has become a cult internet sensation.
The latest descriptions of the girl, who has coal-black pits for eye sockets, are identical to those in the early 1980s.
According to the Birmingham Mail, Lee, author of many books about the paranormal, was shocked recently when he received a new eye-witness account of the “Black Eyed Child”.
After hearing what sounded like screams, a woman investigated and came across the wandering, sightless ghost in Birches Valley.
“We instantly started running towards the noise,” she said. “We couldn’t find the child anywhere and so stopped to catch our breath.”
“That’s when I turned round and saw a girl standing behind me, no more than 10 years old, with her hands over her eyes.”
“It was as if she was waiting for a birthday cake.” she reported
“I asked if she was OK and if she had been the one screaming. She put her arms down by her side and opened her eyes.”
“That’s when I saw they were completely black, no iris, no white, nothing.”
“I jumped back and grabbed my daughter. When I looked again, the child was gone.”
On his website, Lee, 28 also from Cannock, said the woman’s experience mirrors the earlier sighting.
“In the summer of 1982, my aunt was 18 years old, and she and her friends would often meet on Cannock Chase in the evening time, probably in much the same way many teenagers still do today.”
“One evening, just before dark, she heard a little girl frantically shouting for help. Rushing to locate the sound, she stumbled upon a dirt track and caught sight of the girl, about six years old running in the opposite direction.”
“When my aunt caught up, the girl turned around and looked her in the eyes, and then ran off into the dark woodland. Her eyes had been completely black with no trace of white.”
“There was a police search but to no avail. At the time, no-one had any reason to believe anything paranormal was going on. The girl certainly appeared to be of flesh and blood.”
There have been other sightings of Black Eyed Children around the world.
“Some people believe them to be extra-terrestrials, vampires or ghosts,” Lee added.
“But there is one big difference between the sightings around the world and the stories coming out of Cannock Chase.”
“Only on Cannock Chase do the sightings consistently happen during the daytime.”
New Mexico police catch ghost on camera
Police in Espanola, New Mexico have images of what they believe are ghosts on their surveillance cameras at the police station.
Espanola Police Officer Karl Romero was on duty Saturday night keeping an eye on the surveillance cameras around the station when he saw something.
“At first I thought it was a podilla, a fly or moth, then I saw the legs and it was a human. But not a real human. No. A ghost,” said Officer Romero.
Officer Romero then reported it to his supervisors. Detectives showed us the camera that catch the image. They said there’s no way in or out of the secured area without an open gate and alarm sounding.
“It walks through the old transport cages. There’s no way for it to get through but it walks through that,” Det. Solomon Romero said.
Detectives add that there’s no logical explanation for this. It’s not from the lighting, or a technical glitch, and it turns out there are a lot of ghost stories around here.
“A lot of officers have seen certain things. Some officers have felt someone breathing down their necks as they’re working in the briefing room,” Det. Romero added.
Cops at the station have also report hearing strange noises late at night and seeing unexplainable images in the lobby area.
Espanola police say as far as they know the station is not on an old burial ground. The department has been here at this location since 2006.
The reporter asked Det. Romero if he believes in ghosts.
“I do. I do believe in ghosts,” Det. Romero said. “I do believe it was something. It was hard to say, but I do believe in ghosts.
The guys say they’re not afraid of what every it is, but it’s definitely an image that haunts the officers who work here.
Glass door shatters in haunted auction house
Employee’s at the Barnsley Auction Centre in South Yorkshire, thought burglars had smashed the cabinet after finding glass all over the floor.
But after they examined the CCTV footage of the auction room, they got scared because it shows nobody was anywhere near the cabinet when it suddenly shattered.
The furniture was waiting to be sold when suddenly, the cabinet’s door swings open before smashing onto the floor.
Danny Parker the business owner said, “It’s all a bit spooky really. A worker had gone out for 10 minutes and had locked the building.”
“When he returned he stepped on the glass and had no idea what had happened.”
Mr Parker added, “He went all round the building trying to find someone but couldn’t find anyone. After looking at the CCTV frame by frame I saw the glass shatter. It was really creepy.”
Mr Parker then searched through all of the buildings 16 CCTV camera, but turned no possible explanation.
Mr Parker went on, “I’ve told some of the shop owners next door and they said the building has always been haunted, even before we got there.”
“I’ve never believed in ghosts before but this has really spooked me. I’m a bit wary when I’m locking up on my own now.”
CCTV films Ghost at Dover Castle
A chilling video a ghost floats across the entrance to the historic castle.
In this incredible footage, a dark, wispy like figure is clearly seen as it appears to be walking across the castle entrance before disappearing.
A security guard having seen figure is seen searching and finding nothing.
A message posted with the video says, “I promise you this is not a fake.”
And, “It’s filmed on CCTV at Dover Castle on to a mobile.”
Mysterious events force family to move
This Utah family rented a house that belonged to a woman who went missing.
Joanna Aeosana said ever since she and her family moved into the Salt Lake City house 2 months ago numerous mysterious events occurred. She said she wasn’t aware of the history of the home and should have been informed prior to renting.
It was in 2009 that Susan Cox Powell disappeared from this very same home and was never seen again. Susan’s husband, Josh Powell, was the prime suspect in the case. He later killed himself and the couple’s two sons in a house fire in Washington State.
Aeosana says almost from the moment her family moved in, she noticed strange things happening.
“I heard people crying when I’m showering,” she said.
Aeosana also said the garage door opens and closes by it’s self. In the most recently incident, she found her 1-year-old son talking to an empty swing in the front yard, saying, “Go away, leave me alone.”
Aoesana claims she didn’t know about the history of the home until one of the neighbor told her.
In the last few days, she and her family have moved out.
Real estate agents are not required to disclose the history of the home they sell or rent, but Aeosana says they should have a moral or ethical obligation to do so.
“I believe they should have told me,” said Aoesana. “I just don’t want to be in there now.”
Gargoyle falls from church killing woman
A woman was kill in front of her stunned boyfriend, when she was hit by a piece of a gargoyle that broke off the tower of a historic church in the South Loop area of Chicago on Thursday.
The stone decoration piece fell from the Second Presbyterian Church in the 1900 block of South Michigan just after noon, hitting Sarah Bean, 34 and a mother of 2.
Ms Bean, was waiting to cross the street with her boyfriend, Lance Johnson, when it happened, her family said.
“She was walking with Lance, and something fell. It’s horrible,” said Bean’s sister-in-law Candice Willis. “It really just came out of nowhere.”
Crystal Harris was the first to call 911. She was on a CTA bus that had stopped for a few moments across the street just after the piece of stone fell.
“He was screaming and rolling around on the ground,” said Harris, 31, referring to Bean’s boyfriend.
“He was trying to get cars to stop to help, but they kept going. They must have thought he was a crazy person. He stepped into traffic and one of the cars honked at him, and he threw his umbrella into the air.”
“She was just lying there with her head split open,” she added.
Sources said she died at Northwestern Memorial Hospital.
Michael Willis, Bean’s brother, said “All I saw was fragments of what had hit her. It just went loose. You could see what fell”.
The city’s Department of Buildings is inspecting the church, which has a history of failed inspections.
The department spokesman said a corner of one of the metal decorative pieces on the exterior of the building gave way. When it fell, it struck the gargoyle on the corner of the steeple, causing part of the gargoyle to break off and hit the woman.
The church has been designated a National Historic Landmark, “in recognition of its Arts and Crafts interior,” according to the church’s website.
Construction on the church began in 1872 and the bell tower was added in 1884 containing a 4,101-pound bell, .
28 Sep, 2014
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