I recently heard about this story and I did not know until a couple days later, that I overheard a couple of teachers who go to J.C. Sawyer Elementary school, the same school I went when I was a child in the 1970’s. Great memories I had in that school and great teachers I had who now passed away. Is now haunted.
A teacher who goes to the school was talking to her friend that her students saw a ghost of a woman walking behind them and she was wearing white and her hair was up. It stood for a few seconds and disappeared.
Many of her students have seen it. However, she brushed it off and told the students it was their imagination, but the students really saw a ghost at their school and they were talking about it in the classroom. She had enough with the students telling their stories and told them to settle down and be quiet. They were quiet.
Five of the teacher’s book flew off the shelves, from the wall, hit the floor and then the closet open and slam shut by itself.
The students and the teacher were horrified by what they saw. None of the students were close to the closet or the shelves.
Later, she found it out the classroom that she was in was a former teacher by the name of Mrs. Annette Moss, who passed away in 2014 at the age of 80. She taught in the same classroom for thirty-nine years in that room.
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!
It’s been over a month since my mom passed away. She died of the complications of ulcers wounds on her elbows and feet and she couldn’t walk. When she came home from the hospital, she couldn’t get up. She was gasping for air and food. I wanted to give her food, but I couldn’t do it. If she had ate, she would not swallow, it will choke her.
My dad and I would take care of her every morning. Giving her a shower every Sunday and weekdays I would give her a sponge bath. I would talk to her and entertain her, to make her smile. I would give her daily exercise and change her bandages on feet, which it had ulcers wound.
After the super bowl 50, she had gotten worsen; she had respiratory problems and trouble breathing. Broncos won over the Carolina Panther.
My dad and I would visit her grave and we would say a prayer for her and talk to her. We would tell her that we are good and strong and we can take care of ourselves.
We are not depressed in any way that is what other people would think. My mom is at peace and healed; and in a better place.
I know she can see us at the grave and at home.
If you have seen ghost hunters and ghost adventures on TV and they really explained what types of ghost we have, it’s a like an education and a understanding of ghosts. Ghost can be seen as ghost or orbs. For the shows, they would pick up negative feelings or bad ghost. Other times they would pick up positive feelings and tell us their history.
I know my mom is in the house. I would feel her because the hair on my skin would stand up, some kind of energy and she is nearby. I would see orbs flying the house, when I go to a certain room and the temperature would drop. Even a white mist, maybe she is trying to manifest in front of us? Mom is in the house. Does this happened to you?
She is either walking around the house or watching us sleeping. This is a good thing, I know she missed us and we missed her too. We love her very much. She is watching us.
Have you ever opened a door and see men dressed in black suits? It could have been the men in black. Cue the music!
But these men in black were funeral employees to take away the body and put it in body bag. They looked creepy when they arrived at my door and stood still for a moment. Then one of them recognized me. We met recently at my high school reunion last year, it was our 30th anniversary, we graduated in 1985. I still looked the same as a teenager but older.
They sent my dad and I to another room, the living room. Donald Trump was on CNN town hall meeting. We had to mute him, because he was babbling about making the world great again. It was funny to see his lips moving and not saying a word.
We couldn’t see what they were doing to my mom. I know they had to put my mom in the body bag and zip her up.
They asked if we would like to see the body. Once was enough. We have seen her body in the bed. She was cold with her mouth open. Scary to see, but peaceful. The nurse took the catheter tube from the body earlier ago.
When she was gone from the house, I ripped the bedsheet from the bed, spray fabric freshener to make it smell good and wash the bed sheets that night. I watch The Jimmy Fallon shows and other comedy late night to take my mind off what had happened that night. Comedy is a good tool to release the stress. We need laughter to release the stress.
This is one of the case file from Ed & Lorraine Warren. We all know the famous doll “Annabelle” the story and the paranormal activity will scare you than other Hollywood movies, but the story will definite will grab you. And it is true.
She investigated a house. It was not the house that was haunted, but the doll. It looked peculiar odd. The doll was handmade by a family relative. She thought it would be cool to make a life like doll of her niece. Not knowing an evil entity was passing by the house one night growling to find a host to settle in and decided to prey on an innocent handmade doll. Then chaos erupted in the family. Poltergeist activity happened and possession of a child.
Would you get a doll for Christmas for your child?
What would happen when someone dies or commits suicide and there facebook account is not closed? Maybe the people who died and reincarnated themselves into their facebook account and haunt anyone who accesses their account. That’s what happened and who committed her to suicide.
American actress and beauty pageant titleholder who held the Miss Teen USA 2004 title. She played Stephanie Johnson on Days of Our Lives and starred in the CW series The Secret Circle as Diana Meade. She currently plays the character Malia Tate/Hale in Teen Wolf.
Moses Jacob Storm
Known for Unfriended (2014), The 4 to 9ers (2012) and Correcting Christmas (2014).
American actress and singer. Active since childhood as an actress, she is best known for her roles in the TV sitcoms Still Standing as Lauren Miller and The Secret Life of the American Teenager as Madison Cooperstein. In addition, she has recorded four studio albums, primarily of jazz music.
William “Will” Peltz is an American actor known for his roles in Unfriended and Men, Women & Children. He has a famous sister Nicola Peltz from “Bates Motel.” He became interested in acting while reading scripts with his sister.
Wysocki became interested in acting while still in high school. During these years, he also performed with Comedy Sportz and started to act in school plays. Afterwards he was casted as Dante Piznarski in the ABC Family drama series Huge. He was in Pitch Perfect (2012). He took his first leading role in 2011 alongside John C. Reilly in the dramedy Terri. In 2014 he starred in the horror movie Unfriended.
She has been nominated twice for a Young Artist Award, once in 2006 for A Distant Shore and again in 2007 for Sleepwalk. She also starred in the thriller films Leprechaun’s Revenge, The Hammer and Unfriended.
She began acting at a young age alongside her two sisters. Heather immediately landed small roles in popular shows like Beverly Hills, 90210 (1990), for which she was hand-picked by producer Aaron Spelling when she was just ten years old. A versatile artist, Heather taught herself to play guitar at a young age, and was featured on MTV by the age of 18 for her singing/songwriting skills.
Mickey River is an actor and writer, known for Unfriended (2014), Detention (2011) and 21 Days (2014).
Cal Barnes is an actor and writer, known for Unfriended (2014), Plunge (2011) and Adolescence.
Here some interested facts about the movie. First it is inspired by the actual suicides of Amanda Todd and Audri Pott. It has to be based on some ideas in real life for the movie can be made. It was filmed in one house in different rooms. They were close by. To keep the film suspenseful and believable, each take had script alterations on the fly and the cast were encouraged to improvise and react to the unexpected story changes. It was Shelley Hennig’s idea to the producers to have them act out the entire film in one single take, after going through long takes lasting ten minutes. Shot in one long take, in real time, with the characters on actual computers. Production lasted 16 days total, including six 12 hour days of principal photography, three days of pick ups and then a few more re-shoots and other stuff.
When the actress who plays Val Rommel (Courtney Halverson) was in a movie theater watching the movie for the first time, someone pulled the fire alarm and the theater had to be evacuated. Several people in the crowd waiting outside joked that it must have been the ghost of Laura Barns. It’s a movie, don’t take it seriously.
When people were watching this movie, it wasn’t that scary, it was suspenseful. It may be bad acting, but the movie was interesting to watch. It’s different. The budget for this movie was 1,000,000 but it grossed over 32 million dollar. A possible sequel? It might.
It was 1988 when Tina,16 year-old worked at USC and Alain, 20 year old college student and among his college friends Brian. They become a tight group of friends. Alain always looking out for Tina , she was the youngest
It was the night, they would not forget in Los Angeles. Hollywood.
One night after watching a baseball game at Dodger Stadium, the group wanted to cause some mischief so Brian suggested they all go up the hill and touch the Hollywood sign.
“When you’re that age, you always want to do something that is very nutty!” Brian recalls.
Tina and Al were all for it but Alain wasn’t too thrilled about it; in the end, he decided to join anyways. The group drove down in two separate cars down Sunset Blvd and were all excited to walk up to the iconic sign they have seen all their lives. They all parked at a dead end at the bottom of the hill. There was a chain link fence with a “No Trespassing” sign at the bottom of the hill, which Alain pointed out. But Brian and the rest knew that it was wrong, which made it much more enticing. The boys climbed over the fence. Tina wouldn’t climbed the fence because she was afraid of heights so the boys slightly pushed part of the fence out so Tina could go through. They walked through the bushes, trees, and brush and pass a particular tree with an upside-down pentagram carved into it. The hills were very steep but they still were determine to go up the hills They finally climbed up to the sign and the whole group was in a state of euphoria as they overlooked the beautiful Los Angeles city skyline.
“I was in disbelief, we made it all the way up!” Alain remembers fondly. “It was really exciting because we did it!” Tina exclaimed.
It was just before midnight when the group decided it was late and began trekking downhill. Brian was in the first person in line to lead the way when all the sudden, he slid and disappeared downhill in the night. The group could hear the rustle of the rocks and brush as he slid down when all the sudden, the noise stopped. All three of them panicked when they saw Brian climbing back up the hill. The group noticed he looked very shook up.
“I fell into this deep abyss and I was so scared,” Brian explains. “There’s a reason we probably shouldn’t be up there!”
The whole atmosphere immediately changed from exciting to dark and dangerous so they decided to proceed on back down the hill. All the sudden, they see a silhouette of a person coming up the path towards the group and wondered why someone was coming up the hill by themselves. They realized it was a woman in a “1930-style white dress” with heels on and a veil over her face.
“The way she walked seemed like she was casually strolling,” Alain said. Brian notes that her footsteps made no sound. The group decides to greet her with a “hello”. There is no response from the woman. She wasn’t looking at the group and they didn’t know what to think; they maybe thought she was on some kind of drugs. They said “hello” again. Again, no response. But then, the woman looked up at the group…
The group screamed and took off like a bat out of hell. Her face distorted that was gruesome. And they were scared. The guys slid down to the bottom of the hill, jumped over the fence and got in their cars. Brian and Al take off in Al’s car.
Don’t look Back…
But the hill was so steep to the point that Tina lost her footing, fell and couldn’t get up. Right behind her was the woman in white. Meanwhile, Alain continues running and gets in his car and tried to get the keys in the ignition but couldn’t because he was shaking from nerves and adrenaline. He got it started and wasn’t even thinking about Tina, whom he had left behind and was still in the hills. Tina struggles to run to the fence and sees Alain in his car. Tina is trying to push the fence open while the woman is slowly creeping up behind her. Tina didn’t want to look to see what…or who…was behind her. Tina managed to slide out from the fence and Alain heard Tina scream. Tina jumped into Alain’s car and was very upset and angry that the guys were going to take off without her. They all didn’t talk about the incident that night but they were all thinking the same thing: they just saw a ghost. Alain remembered about the legend of the “Lady in White” that lingered near the sign so he decided to look her up at the library.
The famous lady in white is known as Peg Entwhistle In 1932 she went up the Hollywood sign and committed suicide. She died from fractures to the pelvis. She left behind a suicide note:
“I am sorry for everything. If I had done this a long time ago, it would have saved a lot of pain.”
Actress. She committed suicide by jumping off the “H” in the “Hollywoodland” sign that overlooked Hollywood, California. In 1945, the “land” portion of the sign was removed, leaving only the now famous “Hollywood.” Born Lillian Millicent Entwistle in Port Talbot, Wales, United Kingdom, her birth date is given as either July 1, 1908 or as February 6, 1908, depending upon the document. Nicknamed Peg, she became interested in the stage as a child. Her mother died when she was very young, and her father moved the family to New York, where he remarried and had two sons. When her father was struck and killed by an automobile while walking on New York’s Park Avenue, the family moved to Ohio to live with an uncle, while Peg remained in New York to pursue her career as a stage actress. Wanting a shot at Hollywood, she moved there in 1930, hoping to become noticed as an actress in the movies. To pay bills, she worked on the stage, but attended parties of the Hollywood royalty, hoping they would notice her and offer her a part. She finally achieved her goal, winning the role of Hazel Cousins in “Thirteen Women” (1932), her only film. When no further roles were offered her, she became depressed and began drinking heavily. On the night of September 16, 1932, after a night of heavy drinking, she climbed the 50-foot “H” on the Hollywoodland sign (named for a real estate development) and jumped to her death. Her body was discovered by a hiker two days later, 100 feet below the sign. Today she is remembered for being an example of the lost aspirations of many who go to Hollywood to become actors or actresses. Ironically, the day after her death, a letter arrived at her home, offering her the lead role in a stage play about a woman driven to suicide. Initially, her body could not be identified, and she left behind the following suicide note: “I am afraid I am a coward. I am sorry for everything. If I had done this a long time ago, it would have saved a lot of pain. P.E.” The note was published in several newspapers in the hope that someone would recognize her; her uncle recognized the initials and traveled to Hollywood, where he identified her body in the morgue. Her body was cremated and the ashes interred in her father’s grave in Oak Hill Cemetery in Glendale, Ohio (www.findagrave.com)