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This real-life ghost story concerns a man named Frederick Jordan, who held one of the most lonely and desolate jobs in existence. Jordan was the lighthouse keeper for Penfield Reef Lighthouse off the coast of Fairfield, Connecticut.




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Many believe that baby Virginia grew into a beautiful young woman, one who eventually fell into a doomed love affair with a native warrior by the name of Okisko. To this day, she haunts the woods in search of her man, often in the form of a diaphanous white deer, one that always vanishes at dawn. According to NCPedia, a state encyclopedia maintained by the North Carolina Government & Heritage Library, longtime residents of the island have no doubt that the identity of the phantom deer is the ghost of Virginia Dare.


Since then, Schmale has been said to haunt the town. Those who have seen him say he appears as a ghostly male figure, but as soon as the figure registers in your mind, it disappears (somewhat maddeningly) into the darkness.


Sameera (Janhvi Kapoor), a young nurse, arrives to take care of an ailing bedridden elderly lady, Mrs. Malik (Surekha Sikri) in a desolate house. The former is needy, clutching at a reluctant lover Guddu (Vijay Varma); the latter, a stunner in her time.[7] The lady's son is supposed to be taking care of the old mother for the duration between the change of nurses, but he is not around. Mrs. Malik tells Sameera that her son is sleeping in the next room, but no one is there. Later, it is revealed that her son never turned up and she died of starvation three days earlier. As the camera moves away from Sameera, she stares blankly into the distance with a knowing look in her eyes. The viewers are left wondering if the ghost of Mrs Malik has inhabited Sameera's body.


Never Mind Them WatermelonsSam Gibb accepts a dare to stay in a haunted house, never expecting to meet a ghost. Podcast: Pecos Bill and the Haunted HousePecos Bill takes on several hundred ghosts in the most haunted house in the West! From Spooky Southwest.


The players, as a group, will have to exorcise the specters which will appear as the game goes on, often faster than expected... As at the beginning of his turn, a player brings a ghost into play and places it on a free spot. And more than one can come in at the same time. There are many types of specters which will need to be sent back to hell more or less quickly, as some can haunt the village and "destroy" tiles. If there's too many of them at a given time, the players risk losing some of their life points (Ki points).


To exorcise, he must roll three dice (the Tao dice) and end up with enough face up colors of the ghosts' color. Thankfully, one of the dice's face is a wild color which can be used as any color. To exorcise a black ghost of power 2, you need to roll three black or white (the bonus color). The players also benefit from Tao tokens which can pad out the dice roll. They gain these by entering certain village tiles, by exorcising certain ghosts or thanks to their special powers. When they are on the same tile, a priest can give Tao tokens to another priest in order to help with his exorcism.


To win, the players must defeat the incarnation of Wu-Feng, a boss who arrives at the end of the game, once the players have been worn out by the hordes of ghosts breaking in since the beginning of the game. And if you decide to play on a harder difficulty mode, there will be many incarnations, each more dangerous than the last.


Soon after, on another bitter night, a loud knock came on Shaun's door. Opening it, he was startled by a ghostly white specter who spoke with the voice of his friend Joe and told Shaun to go to the mine that very night; it told him to dig a certain spot where the green timbers had given away and caused a cave-in. It asked if Skinflint had paid Jennie, and when Shaun said no, the specter wailed, "I'll haunt that mine of his forever."


Thereafter on misty nights, Joe's headless ghost appeared at Maco, a lantern in its hand. Anyone standing at the trestle first saw an indistinct flicker moving up and down, back and forth. Then the beam swiftly moved forward, growing brighter and brighter as it neared the trestle. About fifty feet away it burst into a brilliant, burning radiance. After that, it dimmed, backed away down the track, and disappeared.


Once upon a time, a man and a boy who had lost their wife and mother moved into a new house. They were told by the locals in the village that the house was haunted, but neither the man nor the boy believed in ghosts, and they moved into the house quite happily. The child went downstairs and asked the maid of the home for a glass of water and some fruit, and she happily obliged. She also told the boy that there could be ghosts.


Finally, Mr. Sullivan found his way to a public bathroom. He looked in the mirror and found his face bloodied and bruised, his skin a mess, and his bones broken. His skin was pale and his eyes bloodied. He realised why everyone was so reluctant to stop for him. He was dead. He was a ghost.


Chinese Ghost Stories We Tell Ourselves is a communal horror tabletop roleplaying game based on Chinese ghost stories and cultural interpretations. Find out what ghost story you will weave with your family. Can you avoid inviting ghosts into this world and can you confront your own inner demons?


Chinese Ghost Stories We Tell Ourselves is a communal horror TTRPG. Together, players create characters that belong to the same family, each with their own inner demon. They roleplay their family drama, and eventual haunting by ghosts.


In the 145 years since the accident, strange occurrences have been repeatedly attributed to the spirits of the girls. You can read some of them here and determine for yourself if they are fact or fiction. The grown children of the Lighthouse keepers have told us that the home was a terrific place for Halloween parties and for telling ghost stories. So, by offering the Dark of the Moon tours we are proudly carrying on that family tradition.


During the renovation, both construction workers and the JSL volunteers reported numerous unexplained incidents in the home. The basement was a particularly active area for ghostly encounters, being the only part of the home that had not completely burned. Perhaps the children liked to play here? Today you can still feel a spooky presence there.


Another evening a female guest on a Dark of the Moon Tour was standing on the first step of the metal Lighthouse staircase. When she took her first step to climb the tower, she found her shoelace tied to the staircase. Whether it was a ghost or her companion playing a trick, we cannot say.


So, are you a believer? Obviously, we cannot explain the events that are reported to us on our tours, but we invite you to experience it for yourself. Dark of the Moon tours are the only paranormal tours that put you in the tower with our Lighthouse spirits. Remember as members, you receive a $5 discount on Dark of the Moon Tours or watch for Members Only opportunities in June and October. If you decide to join us on a tour, remember to book well in advance. Whether or not you believe in ghosts, the Dark of the Moon tours help the Museum fund our programs including maritime archaeology and historical research. As you venture into the tower, perhaps you too will join the Pittee girls for a round of hide and seek.


"I was conscious of a most horrible smell of mold, and of a cold kind of face pressed against my own..."Considered by many to be the most terrifying writer in English, M. R. James was an eminent scholar who spent his entire adult life in the academic surroundings of Eton and Cambridge. His classic supernatural tales draw on the terrors of the everyday, in which documents and objects unleash terrible forces, often in closed rooms and nighttime settings where imagination runs riot. Lonely country houses, remote inns, ancient churches or the manuscript collections of great libraries provide settings for unbearable menace from creatures seeking retribution and harm. These stories have lost none of their power to unsettle and disturb.This edition presents all of James' published ghost stories, including the unforgettable "Oh, Whistle and I'll Come to You, My Lad" and "Casting the Runes," and an appendix of James' writings on the ghost story. Darryl Jones' introduction and notes provide a fascinating insight into James's background and his mastery of the genre he made his own.


To understand the concept of telling ghost stories at Christmas time, you first have to understand the origins of Christmas. While Christmas is widely recognized as being a Christian-based holiday, celebrating the birth of Jesus, it was born of the pagan Winter Solstice celebrations and Yule festivals that pre-dated both Jesus and Christianity. It is widely believed that while the Christian church tried hard to distinguish itself from pagan beliefs and practices, creating a day of religious importance around the same time as traditional Winter Solstice festivals would increase the chances that Christmas and ultimately Christianity would be embraced. 041b061a72


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