All About Paranormal: Paranormal
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The Different World

The Different World

work of master blacksmith Cyril Colnik (1871
Iron Door work of master blacksmith Cyril Colnik 
The Different World is a spooky story about an elementary school student who comes across a rusty iron door in the ground that leads to an underground passageway.
It’s a strange memory, but even now, I can still recall it vividly. It happened during the Summer vacation when I was in 5th grade in elementary school. At the time, my family lived in a house on the edge of town. Behind the house, there was a large area of waste land. I often went out there to play alone.


   
                           
   
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Living with the Dead

Living with the Dead


Death is inevitable, but how we deal with it is often based on cultural practices or religious beliefs. In some cases, mental illness, criminal intent, fear of what may happen to oneself, or simple indifference determine how a person responds to a family member’s death. In general, however, the deceased’s remains are given some sort of respectful disposition.
   
                           
   
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Georgia Rudolph: A Story of Possible Reincarnation

Georgia Rudolph: A Story of Possible Reincarnation


A woman believes she is the reincarnation of a girl who died in 1914. Georgia Rudolph had visions of a past life. As a child, she drew the same pictures over and over. This story was featured on Unsolved Mysteries.

In Macon, Georgia, a 41-year-old woman named Georgia Rudolph thinks more than thirty years of reoccurring dreams could mean she is the reincarnation of a young girl who lived during the turn of the century. Georgia described one of her startling dreams:

   
                           
   
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The Girl In Grey


The Girl in Grey


The Girl in Grey scary story about a young woman who has a horrible recurring nightmare. It is supposed to be a real story and was posted by a user in a paranormal forum where people discussed their experiences with supernatural events. I dont know how true it is but it is a creepy story non the less. This apparently happened a few years ago in Bilbao, Spain. I think It may be more of a urban legend than a true tale.

I am a 22-year old girl from Bilbao, Spain and I need help because I am absolutely terrified.

Ever since I was 15 or 16, I have been having a recurring nightmare. Every month, I have the same horrible dream again and again.

   
                           
   
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The Boys with Brass Buttons

The Boys with Brass Buttons



The ghost story of the boy with the brass buttons dates back to 1889 and is about a family that purchased a rather old fashioned house in Stuyvesant Square, Philadelphia. The couple started working on refurbishing the whole place. With a lot of time on her hands and very little adult supervision, their youngest daughter started occupying herself by spending a lot of time in the attic that had been converted to a playroom by the previous owners.

   
                           
   
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Echovox EVP Session 22/04/2019

I have asked several questions, these include, what did they learn about life after death? Is there a life out of this universe? Whether they can see or communicate with us? if they believe in UFO's? 
   
                           
   
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EVP Session with Coopbox 51




You are watching my raw video with no editing, my box is custom made and gifted to me by one of my team mates.
   
                           
   
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Echovox EVP Session 19/04/2019

I have recorded this last night using Echovox Bank B, I have not edited anything, you are listening my raw recording
   
                           
   
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The lady in the bathroom




A story shared by a reader

 About ten years ago my 3 year old son and I moved into a new house. Well, it was new to us, but it was actually a very old house. The inside of the house always seemed to be just a little darker and a little colder than it should be. 


I had noticed that the first time I went to view the house but as it was summer I figured it would save on cooling costs. Soon after we moved in a friend of mine came by. We were sitting and talking for a few minutes but she seemed uncomfortable the whole time. Then I saw in her face that something in the other room caught her attention. 

   
                           
   
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The Cheltenham Haunting



 The Cheltenham Haunting


Built in 1860 on the site of a former market garden it was a grand double-fronted four storey Victorian residence of the time laid out over four floors. It stood in a considerable plot of land with a modest carriage drive to the front and extensive lawns and an orchard. This no doubt was the origin of the name ‘Garden Reach’ by which it was first known. Today, although the house survives, these grounds have seen much change – an estate of small bungalows known as St Anne’s Close has been built in the former garden and several of the buildings in the area have been demolished and replaced by blocks of flats.

   
                           
   
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Gibraltar Point Lighthouse

Gibraltar Point Lighthouse
The Gibraltar Point Lighthouse in Toronto Islands Toronto Begun in 1808, it is the oldest existing lighthouse on the Great Lakes Toronto's.
  The lighthouse is perhaps best known for the demise of its first keeper, German-born John Paul Radelmüller, whose 1815 murder forms the basis of Toronto’s most enduring ghost story. Recent research has verified many aspects of the traditional tale of his death and identified the soldiers charged with but ultimately acquitted of the crime
   
                           
   
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The Haunted Goldfield Hotel


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In the almost ghost town of Goldfield, Nevada is the historic and reportedly very haunted Goldfield Hotel. The town of Goldfield was born when gold was discovered in 1902 and within just a few short years, it became the largest city in Nevada, as millions of dollars in ore were extracted from area mines. Like other cities, whose only reason for being was its mining industry, when the ore played out, so did the town. In addition to its numerous saloons, the city once boasted three newspapers, five banks, a mining stock exchange, and a population of nearly 35,000.



However, just eight years after Goldfield was founded, the volume of ore began to decrease and many of its residents began to move on to more prosperous claims.


   
                           
   
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Haunted Point Lookout Lighthouse

Haunted Point Lookout Lighthouse


The Point Lookout Lighthouse, built in 1830, is known as one of the most haunted places in Maryland.


 For more than 130 years, the lighthouse served the surrounding community and ships until it was decommissioned in 1981, after which several reports of supernatural activity began popping up.

   
                           
   
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Paranormal Encounters at the Mental Institutions


Rolling Hills Asylum

Rolling Hills Asylum




Originally, a carriage house and tavern servicing stage coaches stood there from 1790 until December 1826, when it was sold to Genesee County. The carriage house still stands on the property today. The tavern serviced travelers from Batavia, NY to Warsaw, NY traveling along what is now known as US Route 20. At that point, the facility took in paupers, unwed mothers, the insane, and orphans.


By the early 1950s, the facility served only as a nursing home, where it was then closed by 1972; stepping aside for a new facility in Batavia, NY.

First opened in 1827, the New York facility started as a poor house where society's dregs could be housed and purportedly receive care. Habitual drunkards, paupers, and lunatics were all welcome at the asylum, which included a farm where the able bodied would work to reduce the cost of housing. In 1928 a separate stone building was added to the facility specifically for the housing of "lunatics." The insane were housed there until 1887 when they were transferred to other facilities in the state. It closed outright in 1974. The thousands who died in the facility over its long years of operation are buried in the nearby potter's field.
   
                           
   
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Haunted Locations in Britain



The spirit of George II haunts Kensington Palace in London, where he died.

Bettiscombe Manor, near Lyme Regis in Dorset, houses the skull of a West Indian Slave brought back during the 17th Century. The spirit of the dead man would not rest in the nearby churchyard so the skull has been kept at the house to avoid the terrible hauntings following his burial.

The village of Pluckley in Kent is home to a least 12 ghosts, including a miller, a schoolmaster, a gypsy and colonel.

   
                           
   
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THE ROSENHEIM POLTERGEIST

       


   
                           
   
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The Castle Hotel

       


The Castle Hotel



The Castle Hotel is situated slap bang in the centre of the historic walled market town of Conwy.
In the 1880s, the Castle Hotel came into being by the combining of two existing hostelries… the King’s Head and the Castle!
The site on which the Castle Hotel sits on was once part of an old Cistercian Abbey.
Thomas Telford, George Stephenson, William Wordsworth and the Queen of Romania have all passed through the doors of this old coaching inn.
       



   
                           
   
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Balete Drive

       



Balete Drive is a two-lane undivided street and main thoroughfare in the New Manila District, in Quezon City, in Metro Manila, Philippines. The road is an undivided carriageway, that is, a road without median. The road is a major route of jeepneys and cabs, serving the New Manila area, connecting Eulogio Rodriguez Sr. Boulevard and Nicanor Domingo Streets in Quezon City. The road is famous for the antique and century old Spanish houses and Balete Trees that line the road. The road is also notable for the haunting legends that it had.
       
   
                           
   
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50 Berkeley Square

 


 
The Most Haunted House in London.
       
     


According to Charles Harper in his book Haunted Houses, published in 1913, 50 Berkeley Square has a long held reputation as being the "Most Haunted House in London."

   
                           
   
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Pickens County Courthouse

       



The Pickens County Courthouse in Carrollton, Alabama is the courthouse for Pickens County, Alabama. It is famous for a ghostly image that can be seen in one of its windows, claimed to be the face of Henry Wells, who allegedly was falsely accused of burning down the town's previous courthouse and was lynched in 1878.