First off: I’m not here by any means to sway anyone’s religious beliefs/values nor say you’re “wrong in believing what you do because your beliefs are not like mine” etc. I’m very open to others and their beliefs/views on life as well as interested in their views of the afterlife. Personally, I am a baptized Christian now and actually was raised very religious, believing in God and the devil while baptized catholic not long after I was born. I have my doubts unfortunately like everyone has; however, no matter what I go through, no matter how painful and lingering, despite the doubts I have, God has always brought me back to Him along with answering my prayers. Every. Single. Time.
Some spirits are here to only ask for some attention because they're the energies of our family members here to watch out for us from the next life. The presences we feel sometimes may very well just be our loved ones calling in to check up on how we're doing, or sometimes. On occasion, these loved ones may only stick around, knowing living family have a big milestone coming up, or they're having a rough time, and wish to be there to support them.
The challenge was simple, spend one night in room ten of The Black Fleece Inn and £20,000 would be yours. The only problem was, despite many attempts, no one had ever stood up to the challenge. Perhaps it had something to do with the Fleece being the most haunted building in the small town of Ravensfield.
Whether we like it or not, we're not the only ones walking the planet. Spirits, entities, apparitions - whatever we as believers choose to call them - walk alongside us. Usually, bear in mind, undetected, but this doesn't stop some lucky (or unlucky) people having experiences with these ghostly visitors.
There’s a lot speculation on whether ghosts exists or not. Some believe in the paranormal world, some don’t, but then there are some people that are on the fence about the topic. The paranormal case that I’m fixing to discuss is very well known, in fact if you have never heard of it then you’ve been living under a rock. There has been thousands of books, films, and documentaries made on the paranormal case concerning the haunting of the Amityville house, so I have no idea how anyone has never heard of this story if there are people out there that are not familiar with it because it is a very famous house after all. But before I start talking about creepy incidents that the past owners have experienced in the house, I want to dive into the background of the house first.
Ricardo was upset that he ran over a dog last night while driving home on the highway. He remembered it clearly. The dog jumped right in front of his car, out of nowhere, and splattered all over the windshield. The rest of it was stuck to his grill.
The Game Called “Dry Bones”
Jess woke up cold, confused, and a little nervous. Why was she sleeping in the woods? She couldn't remember why she was out here. She remembered where she was though; she had come here with her family. They owned a mountain cabin in the Sierras, and every year they would celebrate Thanksgiving with their cousins, aunts, uncles, etc.
Joe was walking down the alley and was ready to face any type of evil that would come his way. He had a bad week, so the icing on the cake was still to come. He knew that it was coming and this alley was the place where it was going to happen.
It all started on Halloween night of 2019.
She lived among the trees like a woodland creature with a ceaseless starvation, cursed to an immortal dwelling upon this wretched Earth. You can see her crawling upon the soil while her moans reverberate into the town. That was her lure, those alluring moans. They seduced the ears of men and women into her clutches right out of the neighboring streets and fields. A succubus full of blood-lust and an envious loathing for mortals. This woman was adept at her craft, deeply convincing with her seductive cries, giving her victims a type of salivating lechery they've never before encountered. She was the public enemy of the supernatural for years. Until the day she caught me wandering the great outdoors of my new hometown...
Most people know Ed and Lorraine because of movies such as Annabelle, The Conjuring, and The Nun. For those who aren't aware, Ed and Lorraine weren't fictional people made up for these movies, they were actual people. They were paranormal investigators and authors who worked on many cases, including some exorcisms.