Maquarie fields train
Late at night, when the station is nearly empty, you can always hear the moans and groans of a young
girl in her teens.
Screams would begin and then become much louder. Other people have heard the sounds too. Someone has
once reported that they swear they saw a young girl wearing dancing clothes, covered in what looked like to be blood in her chest area (she was clutching her chest).
She lurks around the station moaning and groaning. She also sits in the middle of the station, and just
stares and cries. No one has reported any violence/harm done by the ghost
castlereagh cemetery - sarah’s grave
This Historic Cemetary used to be 46 Acres but now down to 2 Acres left.
There are many stories about this cemetery Sarah Simpson’s Grave is actually located towards the back of the Cemetery, which is now fenced off. (2011)
She was said to have been attacked and murdered by a group of men who left her to die.
There have been stories of a man that lives next to the cemetery who releases his dogs upon you and also fires his shotgun towards you.
Who knows if this story is true or not dare to find out for yourself.
The white figure has been seen drifting around the cemetery also extra foot steps that aren’t your own following you.
There is also a photo of graves and 4 white figures have been seen there.
The cemetery is pitch black at night, making it a very very haunting experience indeed.
Although we have heard this story actually originated in another cemetery nearby and this is not the Sarah they speak of.
Perhaps the Urban Legends are not true?
Have they been twisted through time?
Please feel free to share your stories with us.
Also known is a game with the young ones, where they tie different coloured Ribbons to trees through out the Cemetery, When its pitch black, with either no torch or a small torch, the person who gets the ribbon closest to Sarah’s Grave wins, or is at least the bravest…… if they make it out at all that is.
St Thomas - Mulgoa
This Historic church has an urban legend story of when you drive
around the church your head lights turn off, and if you continue to drive again your car will stall.
There are also 2 twin ghost boys, who were killed when their friends left them after a prank went wrong
with fire, they burnt to death.
They do not like Fire at all, and get rather angry when around it.
There are Spirits there protecting the land so be warned.
The Cox family are here and will show themselves when they want to.
Mortuary station - chippindale
The Mortuary Station was opened on 29th June 1869. The station was built to facilitate the transport of the human remains from the Devonshire Street Cemetery to the new necropolis located at Rockwood. The
station was also known as Regent Street Necropolis Receiving Station and the Mortuary Station. This station was built in conjunction with the Receiving House at Rookwood Cemetery.
Both of the stations were designed by architect James Barnet using elements inspired from 13th century gothic style. The sculptors, Thomas Ducket and Henry Apperly created the sculptures for both stations. These included angels, cherubs, and gargoyles.
From 14th March 1938 the station found a new use as a platform for horses and dogs. From February 1950 it was used as a platform for parcels.
Very eerie place to be around at night, Orbs and figures have been photographed.
Description from here:
“We were in a resort called ‘Cortijo Fain’ near Arcos de la Frontera, Spain. (It was formerly) a clausure convent during the Middle Ages. On the left of the tree I see a clear figure of a nun.” - A.C.
More than 110 years old, Willard Library is the oldest public library building in the state of Indiana. The library, housed in a beautiful Victorian Gothic building in Evansville, is nestled gloriously near the downtown area of this southwestern Indiana city of 130,000 people, providing a sharp contrast with the modern high-rises and six-lane freeways.
The Willard Library Ghost Cams were inspired by the question “Is Willard Library Haunted?” It has become a fascinating, and somewhat credible, legend that drives thousands of people to search the library for remnants of lost spirits.According to reports from visitors, some of the most frequent encounters with the legendary Lady in Grey have occurred in the children’s reading room in the basement of Willard Library.
The library has been investigated by several organizations including MESA (multi-energy sensor array), TAPS, and other teams looking for ghosts.
The first reported incident happened sixty years ago to a library employee who trekked through the snowy cold for his nightly duty. Since then, countless other employees and patrons have reported seeing this apparition, each giving an eerily similar description. Is the legend true? We’ll leave that for you to decide.
Ahhhhh I’ve heard so much about this library! I want to visit it so bad!!
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This video was submitted by a hotel security manager who was standing watch on September 14, 2003 at a WINGATE HOTEL in Illinois. His voice can be heard in the background of the recording.
According to the security manager, people staying at the hotel began calling in noise complaints to the front desk with reports of loud screaming coming from the 2nd floor—particularly room #209. There is no known history to the room according to our investigation. However, upon further review, we found that over the years, multiple complaints of “strange noises” were reported to be coming from the room. This is the only known recording of it.
A human skull is kept in the manor house at Bettiscombe. This skull must not be removed from the house or dire consequences will follow.
A woman on Christmas took this picture and caught this! [x]
I WOULD BE SOBBING WTF
holy fucking shit!
Fort Douglas Hospital - Salt Lake City Utah
Supposedly an apparition of a person wearing a straitjacket.
Here are some scary spooky islands in the USA. As found here.
The Isles of Shoals are ten miles off the coast of Portsmouth. On a clear day, you can see them from Rte. 1A between Hampton and Newcastle. Of the 18 islands reported by early explorers, nine islands make up the famous (but tiny) Isles of Shoals. There are no camping facilities on the islands. The only hotel is on Star Island. The Isles of Shoals has long been famous for its ghosts.
The phantom ship Isidore,wrecked in 1842, appears near this cluster of islands. The ghostly ship is seen for just a few minutes at time, and has been spotted from as far away as Rye and Portsmouth, NH.
Star Island: features the haunted–and popular–Oceanic Hotel. Its ghosts manifest around the third and fourth floors of the hotel. They sound as if they’re moving furniture or actively searching through some dresser drawers. (An attic is above the fourth floor, and there’s nothing to move up there.) Sometimes, doors open and close on their own.
Smuttynose Island: was the site of a gruesome murder in 1873, when two Norwegian girls were butchered, probably by Louis Wagner. The house where the murder took place burned to the ground just a few years later. Some claim that Wagner’s remorseful ghost haunts the site. The girls were buried at South Cemetery in Portsmouth.
Sam Haley’s House: may be more a reminder of his life than actually haunted. But, if you’re on Smuttynose Island and want to see a great historic landmark, Haley’s 18th century home is a must-see.
Lunging Island: may be haunted by the ghost of Blackbeard, or at least his 13th (or 15th?) wife who was abandoned there. The ghost of the wife is usually called “Lady-Ghost” and she was the subject of a 1992 children’s novel,Lady-Ghost of the Isles of Shoals. She’s sometimes seen as a milky figure, but more often heard whispering, “He will return.”
Blackbeard’s treasure is also buried there, according to historian Robert Cahill in his fascinating book,New England’s Pirates and Lost Treasures. Blackbeard’s ghost has been seen, either searching for his treasure, or protecting it.
White Island: has several ghosts including another of Blackbeard’s wives… or perhaps it’s the same one as on Lunging and Smuttynose Islands. This one is seen in a white dress.
A second White Island ghost is heard screaming and crying around Moody’s Cave. She was trying to hide with her baby during a 17th century Indian attack.
This famous Hollywood landmark perched atop Mount Lee overlooking the Hollywood hills was originally built in 1923 at a cost of $21,000. It was placed at this location to advertise a real estate development in Beachwood Canyon. Each original letter stood 50 feet high and 30 feet wide. The sign was illuminated by thousands of light bulbs. It was made out of wood and originally read “Hollywoodland”. The sign was meant to be temporary.
In 1939 maintenance on the sign was discontinued. In 1944 the original developers gave 455 acres to Los Angeles—this parcel included the sign. The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce rebuilt the sign but did not replace the light bulbs or the last four letters because “Hollywood” was now synonymous with the movie industry. The sign was once again left to deteriorate until the late 1970’s when a group of concerned citizens held a fundraiser. The original wooden sign was demolished and a new sign with steel letters replaced it.
The Hollywood sign is considered haunted because of one specific ghost that has been seen many times.
Peg Entwistle was born Millicent Lilian Entwistle (many sources incorrectly have it as Lillian Millicent) on July 1, 1908 in London, England. From an early age, Peg’s life was filled with tragedy. After the death of her mother when Peg was a child, she and her Father moved to New York where her Father would marry again and have two sons named Robert and Milton.
Tragedy would strike again however when Peg’s Father was run over by a car on Park Avenue. Her brothers went to live with their Uncle Harold, but Peg stayed behind to pursue acting. After making her stage debut at the age of 17 with the Boston repertory company, she was soon working on Broadway in the prestigious Theater Guild productions.
In 1927, Peg would marry Robert Keith a man 10 years her senior, but would soon discover that he had been married before and had a six year old son whom he neglected to mention. Oops… just a slight oversight. Revealing her true inner character, Peg, in the process of divorcing Robert, helped him stay out of jail by paying the back alimony he owed his ex-wife.
In 1931, Peg continued her work on the stage in the production Getting Married co-starring Dorothy Gish and in 1932 she co-starred with Laurette Taylor in Alice-Sit-By-The-Fire. However, depression began to set in as she had a hard time finding work on the stage. She would move to Hollywood in hopes of finding work in the movies. Upon arrival in Los Angeles in April of 1932, Peg would move into the Hollywood Studio Club, a rooming hotel for women. She would later move in with her Uncle Harold at 2428 Beachwood Canyon Drive in Hollywood to save money.
Peg would eventually find some stage work with Billie Burke in The Mad Hopes, but the play closed after a brief run. In 1932, she was thrilled when RKO signed her for the role of Hazel in the murder mystery Thirteen Women starring Irene Dunne, but the film got such poor reviews from critics that the studio held back its general release so it could re-edit the film. Her studio options with RKO were eventually dropped, leaving her depressed once again.
On September 18, 1932, after a night of drinking and overwhelming depression, Peg told her Uncle Harold that she was going to walk up Beachwood to meet some friends at the local drug store. Instead, she would scratch and claw her way up the slope to the Hollywood sign where she took off her coat and folded it neatly. She placed it, along with her purse, at the base of the maintenance ladder which led up the letter “H”. She would then climb up the workman’s ladder on the back of the 50 foot “H” and perform a perfect swan dive into the ground. Peg was more than likely killed instantly. She was only 24 years old.
Shortly after her death, a letter from the Beverly Hills Playhouse would arrived at her Uncle Harold’s home addressed to Peg. The Beverly Hills Playhouse wanted her to star in their next production which, ironically, was about a young girl who commits suicide. Cue creepy organ music!
Here is the transcript of Peg Entwistle’s 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.”
The Amityville House
In the small town of Amityville on New York’s Long Island, on a dark evening in 1974, 23 year old Ronald “Butch” DeFeo burst into a bar and declared that his entire family had just been shot. Police discovered six bodies in the DeFeo home at 112 Ocean Avenue, and what’s more, the subsequent investigation revealed that Butch DeFeo had himself killed them all: both his parents, and his four younger siblings, with a Marlin rifle. Despite DeFeo’s claim that strange voices in his head compelled him to commit the murders, he was convicted of all six murders and remains imprisoned to this day.
Just over a year after the murders, the home was purchased by newlyweds George and Kathy Lutz, who moved in with their three children. The house was sold furnished so all of the DeFeo’s furniture was still there, just as it had been on the night of the murders. George Lutz had heard of the murders, so just to be on the safe side, they called a priest whom Kathy knew, to bless the house. The trouble began when the priest was driven out of the house by an angry disembodied voice, and received stigmatic blisters on his skin. The family daughter reported a friendly pig named Jodie, who later began making appearances to the rest of the family through windows. A sculpted lion came to life and walked around the house, and even bit George Lutz. The apparition of a demonic boy appeared and was photographed, which you can find online. Angry red eyes looked into the house at night, and left cloven footprints in the snow. George Lutz woke up in a sweat every night at the same hour the DeFeos were murdered. Stephen Kaplan, a local parapsychologist, was called in to investigate. Powerful forces caused doors to explode off their hinges. Kathy developed strange red marks on her chest and levitated two feet off her bed, and George saw her transform into a hideous old hag. Green slime oozed from the walls of the house, and a crucifix on the wall constantly rotated itself upside down. And, in one final night of terror that the Lutzes have never even been able to describe, the family was driven out of the house, never to return. Their stay had lasted only 28 days.
The events are not surprising, since a few hundred years before the Defeos were murdered, the local Shinnecock Indians used the same property as a sort of insane asylum for their sick and dying. Negative demonic energy was nothing new to the Amityville Horror house.