The Girl with the Blue Dress and Pink Ribbon

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It’s was on the eve on Thanksgiving night, David is a mortician at a facility in North Carolina and Scott, I was visiting.

“Scott, come with me. I don’t want to leave you alone at the house,” David said.

“Okay.Yes.” Scott said

What’s the worse it can happen, right? Scott was wrong. The place was creepy as hell, dark, and smelled funny. David said it was normal and it was probably the smell of formaldehyde. So, Scott ignored it.

After a little time off chit-chatting and catching up, he told me he needed to get to work, but that I could stay in the little-adjoined office and watch some TV and so I did. The entrance to the morgue had swinging doors that you could hear when someone was coming in or out of them. He came to check on me a few times.

After a few hours of being by myself, Scott started to doze off, when the sudden sound of the doors woke me up. Expecting for my brother to walk in and greet me, there was nothing. Again, Scott started to fall asleep and yet again, the loud doors went off.

You couldn’t tell if someone was coming in or out but they kept on swinging and didn’t stop. Thinking my brother, David was playing a joke on me, Scott  got up and went to tell him to stop but to my surprise there was only a little girl standing there, playing with the doors, pushing them.

“Hi,” Scott said.

She looked at Scott and didn’t say a word, one of the things that caught Scott’s eyes was a pretty blue dress with a big pink ribbon she was wearing.

“Your dress is pretty, and the bow makes it stand out.” Scott said.

She looked at me and again nothing.

Then she started to run the opposite way towards the lonesome hall. Scott thought the kid belonged to another employee so, Scott went back to his chair.

Hours later when David shift was over, he finally woke me up to go back to his place. As we were driving, I started to tell him about the doors and the little girl with the cute blue dress and a big pink ribbon.

David slammed the breaks.

“What the hell? Why did you break?” Scott said.

“Tessa?” David said. He gave me a chilling look in his eyes. “I did  an autopsy on a little girl that drowned yesterday, she was wearing a blue dress and with a big pink ribbon.”

Scott was shocked.

David was shocked too.

Scott blood ran cold and he never been to his work EVER again!

 

 

True story. What’s that behind you?

Notes:

http://theghostdiaries.com/8-morticians-tell-their-most-disturbing-experiences/

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Boo Halloween!!

Are you ready to get your scare on for Halloween? Remember we do have good ghosts and bad ghost out there.

The good ghost are the ones that someone we love that passed away recently. Even though they are buried, they are still with us in the house watching us and making sure that we are okay.

Sometime when I do laundry and collected the clothes from my dad’s room. I always say “Good morning, Mom. Love you and miss you.”  I talk to her. She died in the bed room.  Sometime I do get a response and sometime I don’t, but I know she can hear me, which is good. Her presence is in the room and in the house.

I mention this in a previous post, that when she died a couple days ago after her death I saw an orb floating in the house. And I saw a shadow in the house. I wasn’t scare. I knew it was her. She is watching over us. And I heard her voice! It called out my name. Only I heard it. My dad did not hear it.

Her clothes are still in the closets, especially her saries that she wore to work at ECSU. It looked magnificent on her. I still have pictures of her in her saries. It’s hard to remove her clothes out of the closet and put in boxes.

“Mom I am putting your clothes in boxes for safe keeping” I would say.

Because if I did not say that, I would hear shuffling noise in the room or even poltergeist activity in the house, that would be scary. But I know who it is.

So talk to your decease love one, they can hear you.

If you feel cold or warm around your body, it’s not the house, it’s the presence of love one.

Summer time is the best time to have a decease loved one to walk around the house you can save a lot of money on air conditioner bill. They could keep the house cool on a hot day.

The bad thing about ghost is not telling what you doing, throwing things away, rekindle bad memories or bad behavior and talking about it. They can hear you!

Poltergeist activity in the house will start, like slamming doors where the windows are closed.  A room that was clean few minutes ago is messed up again in seconds when you come back to the room.  Can the ghost be neat?

Then you hear the toilet flushing? And no was home only you? Bad pipes? Can ghost pee? Was it a number one or two? Who are gonna called?

Queens College Hauntings

Queens University

Queen’s College in Charlotte North Carolina appears to be a hot bed of paranormal activity. In one dorm is the unhappy weeping ghost of a young woman who was in love with another woman. When her parents found out, she killed herself by cutting her wrists in a girls dorm. The next morning she had written her love letters to Julie in blood on the wall. Down thru the years students have seen Julie and the messages on the wall written in blood. Phantom knocks on walls and doors as well as doors opening and closing on their own.

Students claimed to hear the girl’s ghost weeping and some even claimed to see her with wrists cut walking in the bathroom all bloody and dripping of blood.

The apparitions of Civil War era soldiers are seen on campus as well as the phantom sounds of screams

Several years later another male student hung himself one night and the next morning his body was found swinging from a rope. Some students have claimed to see the ghost of the body swinging from his rope and have even called for Police only to have the Police find no hanging student when they arrive. And it has happened several times over the years.

Some students have claimed to see Civil War era soldiers in the area of Queens College and on the grounds.

And many students say in a small area on the college and over the years mentioned that some students committed suicide on campus.

Albright Residence Hall and Wallace Residence are the most active cases of paranormal activity.

What’s that behind you?

 

The Greensboro University’s Ghost

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The school was established as a women’s college by legislative enactment on February 18, 1891.  First, it was a State Normal and Industrial School and it opened October 5, 1892. The school provided instruction in business, domestic science, and teaching with a student body of 223 and a faculty of 15 in its first year. R. S. Pullen and R. T. Gray gave the original 10-acre (40,000 m2) site in Greensboro, N.C. where the first building was erected with state funds totaling $30,000. It is the first and only public university in North Carolina founded for the purpose of educating women. In 1949, it became the largest all-female institution in the United States.

The school has seen many names over the years, changing from the “State Normal and Industrial School” to the State Normal and Industrial College in 1896.

In 1919 to North Carolina College for Women. In 1932, it changed to the Woman’s College of the University of North Carolina. Finally, in 1963 to University of North Carolina at Greensboro when men were first admitted.

It is remembered fondly by many graduates of the Woman’s College simply as “the W.C.”

The university offers more than 100 undergraduate, 61 master’s and 26 doctoral programs.  The university’s academic schools and programs include the College of Arts & Sciences, the Joseph M. Bryan School of Business & Economics, the School of Education, the School of Health and Human Sciences, the Joint School of Nanoscience & Nano-engineering (one of the first such schools in the nation), the School of Music, Theatre & Dance, the School of Nursing, Continual Learning, Graduate School, Warren Ashby Residential College and Lloyd International Honors College. The university is also home to the nationally renowned Weatherspoon Art Museum, which features one of the largest and most impressive collections of modern American art in the country. Plus one of the best university in North Carolina.

Since it is rich in history, it also has their hauntings.  Here are few locations on campus that you can experience paranormal activity and ghostly sightings.

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In the late 1960s, the Spencer Residence Hall ghost was known simply as “The Blue Ghost” or “The Woman in Blue.”  In the early 1980s, students gave her the name “Annabelle,” possibly alluding to the subject of Edgar Allan Poe’s classic poem “Annabel Lee.”

It said that , Annabelle is the spirit of a student who hanged herself many years ago in one of the building’s bell towers; The strange part is  there was no suicide recorded. Who is haunted the building?

A member of the residence hall staff reported that Annabelle had “appeared as a blue shadow on two occasions in the Spencer’s main parlor and when the building was closed for the Summer in 1976, the same staff member heard the ghost “dragging something on the floor out in the lobby. ”There have been other reports of a blue haze passing by a second-floor laundry room and of objects being flung across rooms.

In South Spencer in the early 1980s, an apparition reportedly awakened two different staff member on two separate occasions by walking into their rooms. The building had been closed for vacations both times. It is not known whether this was Annabelle or another ghost or ghosts.

Mary Foust

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Mary Foust Residence Hall, build in 1928, was named for Mary Foust Armstrong, daughter of the college’s second president, Julius Isaac Foust.  Mary was a member of the class of 1920, and she died when giving birth in 1925. Some believe that her ghost took up residence in the dormitory that bears her name. Students who have stayed in the dormitory have heard crying and footsteps running in the middle of the night when the students were asleep on the second floor.

There was a picture of Mary Foust portrait, which was hang above the fireplace, but it, disappear some time ago without a trace.  In the 1950’s three nursing students hanged themselves from the rafters in the attic, it was impossible of how they were hanged and how did they get up there?

Jane Ayccok Audiotoriume

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The Aycock Auditorium (1927), located on the corner of Spring Garden and Tate Street, the Aycock Building was built. Before that, the college bought the land and demolished a small old house that was on the property to accommodate the building. The spirit of Jane Aycock hanged herself and now she haunts the building.

In 1988, theater professor, Tom Behm was spooked when he encountered Jane. He was directed Bye, Bye Birdie, and had accidentally left his briefcase at his office in the theater. It was late when he came back to pick it up.

“It was late that night when I forgot to grade some quizzes. I was with friends early in the evening and didn’t notice the time. It was quite dark and rainy. I thought it I would pick up my briefcase. When I entered the building, it was quiet. The stage was dark.  My office was across the stage, there were some lights on the side of the seats. Not that dark enough, but I could see where I was going. No one was there. I was the only one there.  When I approached the middle of the stage, the stage lights came on. Then it flashes on and off for a while. Then a white kind of apparition smoke like thing passed across the stage and came down the steps and it was walking towards me.  I ran quickly to my office. Opened the door. I saw my briefcase and picked it up ran across the stage. Everything was gone. Nothing was there on the stage. I ran out of the building.” Tom Behm said.  Telling his story to a local newspaper reporter.

In 1995, a student spotted a very fair, white –looking woman with light colored hair walking past the window, from the outside.

In 1997, a student was in the basement of the building during the staging of a musical. He saw something white walking up the stairway into the orchestra pit.  Another student who was getting props for a musical felt a hand on the shoulder. She was startled and turned around but no one was there.

In 2006, a technical crew and costume shop supervisor, they encountered stories of lights and radios coming on and flashes of light mysteriously flickering on and off.  Some even hear footsteps across the stage late at night.

Better chance don’t go into the basement alone at night!

Boo! What’s that behind you!

Conjuring 2 – The movie

conjuring 2 MPFrom the case files of Lorraine and Ed Warren, they investigate the Hodgson Family in England where poltergeist and evil haunts their house. Ed and Lorraine came right after they investigate the Amityville House in 1977. The events in Enfield case happened in 1977. This movie is based on true terror that inspired Enfield poltergeist and evil.

Are you scared? Bring a pillow and a Bible.  And go to church on Sundays.

 

Cast

Madison Wolfe

Madison Wolf (Janet Hodgson)

Madison made her debut with the Will Ferrel-Zach Galifinakis comedy The Campaign and in the last two years has racked up a considerable amount of credits. While managing the workload of school, she simultaneously landed the role in The Campaign, and On the Road, directed by Walter Salles opposite Kristen Stewart and Sam Riley amongst other A-listers.

Wasting no time, Madison landed a number of recurring television guest star roles (2014 – 2015).  Most notable is her recurring role as Audrey Hart – Woody Harrelson’s daughter – on HBO’s groundbreaking acclaimed series, True Detective. She also appeared in CBS’ thriller Zoo, as well as ABC’s hit show Astronaut Wives Club.

Her other recent credits include David O’Russel’s Joy with Jennifer Lawrence, and Trumbo where she played Bryan Cranston and Diane Lane’s child opposite Elle Fanning, Helen Mirren and John Goodman. Madison nabbed the leading role in New Line’s The Conjuring 2 directed by James Wan which is set to be released June 2016.

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Lauren Esposito  (Margaret Hodgson)

Lauren Esposito is an actress, known for The Conjuring 2

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Patrick McAuley (Johnny Hodgson)

known for The Conjuring 2 (2016).

Benjamin Haigh

Benjamin Haigh (Billy Hodgson)

is an actor, known for The Conjuring 2 (2016), The People Next Door (2016) and Live at the Electric (2012).

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Frances Ann O’Connor (Peggy Hodgson)

She is best known for her roles in the films Mansfield Park (1999), Bedazzled (2000), A.I. Artificial Intelligence (2001), The Importance of Being Earnest (2002), and Timeline (2003). O’Connor has won an AACTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role for her performance in Blessed (2009), and earned Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Miniseries or Television Film nominations for her performances in Madame Bovary (2000) and The Missing (2014).

Simon Montagu McBurney (Maurice Grosse) Is an English actor, writer and director. He is the founder and artistic director of the Théâtre de Complicité, London. He has had roles in the films The Manchurian Candidate, Friends with Money, The Golden Compass, The Duchess, Robin Hood, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, Magic in the Moonlight, The Theory of Everything and Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation.

Sterling Jernis

Sterling Jerins (Judy Warren)  is an American child actress, known for playing Lily Bowers on the NBC television series Deception, Constance Lane in World War Z, and Judy Warren in The Conjuring and The Conjuring 2.

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Robin Atkin Downes as Demon (voice) is an English screen and voice actor, who is known for his work in live action, animation and video games.

Vera Farmiga

Vera Farmiga (Lorraine Warren)is an American actress and producer. She began her career on the stage, making her Broadway debut in the play Taking Sides (1996). Farmiga made her television debut in the Fox fantasy adventure series Roar (1997), and her feature film debut in the drama-thriller Return to Paradise (1998).

Since 2013, Farmiga has starred as Norma Louise Bates in the A&E television series Bates Motel. She was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for her performance. Farmiga has served as a producer.  This role, along with her lead roles in Joshua, Orphan, and the two Conjuring films, has garnered her the reputation of a scream queen. The 5th Season of Bates Motel will be her last.

Patrick Wilson

Patrick Wilson is an American actor and singer. He spent his early career starring in Broadway musicals, beginning in 1995. He is a two-time Tony Award nominee for his roles in The Full Monty (2000–01) and Oklahoma! (2002). In 2003, he appeared in the HBO miniseries Angels in America for which he was nominated for the Golden Globe Award and Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie.

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James Wan is a Malaysian-born Australian film director, screenwriter and producer of Malaysian Chinese descent.He is widely known for directing the horror film Saw (2004) and creating Billy the Puppet. Wan has also directed Dead Silence and Death Sentence (both 2007), Insidious (2011), The Conjuring and Insidious: Chapter 2 (both 2013), Furious 7 (2015), and The Conjuring 2 (2016)It was announced that Wan will direct both upcoming films Aquaman and Robotech future dates will be announced soon.

Please check out the rest of the cast here

Conjuring 2: Enfield Hauntings

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As you may know and you probably heard about The Conjuring 2 is based on a true story that happened in 1977. The story attracted considerable press coverage in British newspapers such as the Daily Mail and Daily Mirror. Also in the US newspaper such as The National Enquirer during the 1970’s.

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In August 1977, single parent Peggy Hodgson called police to her rented home in Enfield after two of her four children claimed that furniture was moving and knocking sounds were heard on walls. The children included Margaret, age 13, Janet, age 11, Johnny, age 10 and Billy, age 7. A police constable saw a chair slide on the floor but couldn’t determine if it moved by itself or was pushed by someone.  No one was around the police when it happened. She took notes and left the scene quickly.

Other reports from the newspaper sources from the Daily Mail and the Daily Mirror, they claimed they heard demonic voices, loud noises, thrown rocks and toys, overturned chairs and levitation of children. These reporters had interview Peggy Hodgson and she told these incidents really happened to her and the children. Until it ended 1979.

The Daily Mail and the Daily Mirror reporters were bribing the children to tell them the truth that they were pranking their house it was haunted. Unfortunately, it really happened. Kids in that age in the 1970’s would not understand what was going on. The reporters back then wanted the truth, unfortunately, back then did not believe that the Hodgson resident was truly haunted by an evil spirit.

When the paranormal team was investigating the house, they had their equipment to record, on VHS recorder for video, a reel tape to record audio, flashguns from camera to record video of still images. Everything was fully charge, but when they put the equipment on all the equipment was fully drained of no energy. They did not know what was going on. A ghost or spirits would drained the energy source to gained more energy or manifest itself.

The possibility of levitation, eyewitness account looked up through their window and saw one of the children through the window levitated off the bed towards the ceiling. The children weren’t jumping on their bed, because they were resting. It’s impossible to fake it, because since they were children, children cannot fake being levitated.

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Psychic Phenomenon The Enfield Poltergeist Goings on at the Hodgson household in Green Street Enfield as funiture and toys were September 1977

But the family was suffering through the years, especially the children they were being tease and bullied at school.  The students were calling them “ghost kids,” people did not understand what was going on.

The demonic voice that was coming out from one of the children was not a ventriloquist act, a child could not possibilities do this.

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One of the girls who was heavily sedated still had the strength to struggle from the men who were holding her down. Eventually, she fell asleep. Moments later, the investigators heard some noise in the bedroom and they found her on top of the dresser. She did not know how she got there.

A former occupant who lived in the house before Peggy Hodgson moved in was a 72-year-old guy who died in the chair of the living room who went blind.  Could this be the culprit who was torturing the children? And bringing evil.

On Halloween 2011, BBC News featured comments from a radio interview with photographer Graham Morris, who claimed that many of the events were genuine.

My theory is this, when you buy, rent or lease a house and the price is very cheap, be suspicious.  Ask questions about the history of the house or do your own investigation by going to the historical society in your area.

Emilio Navaira dies and now he haunts his house

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According to TMZ, legendary Tejano singer Emilio Navaira — an early pioneer of the genre — died Monday night.

Navaira reportedly died of a massive heart attack while he was at home. Family members found him unresponsive. He was 53.

Emilio was good friends with Selena Quintanilla — they performed and recorded together and popularized the music style in the ’90s. He was widely considered the Garth Brooks of Tejano music.

The San Antonio native won a Grammy in 2002 for best Tejano album “Acuérdate.”

In New Braunfels, TX reports are coming in. According to “Night Visitors and Unexplained My…”on Facebook a paranormal site, people are outside of Emilio’s house. The news media are also out there too. According to people who are taking pictures outside of his house are seeing a black ghost guarding the house. These are real pictures. He died recently on Monday, May 16, 2016.

If you believe in the afterlife and ghosts these are authentic pictures taking by bystander.

The family wants nothing but peace and privacy during this time.

Do you believe in ghost?