Month: January 2019

When You Get What You Asked For..

I played a Ouija board in an abandon house, and was told I was talking to the Angel Azrael by the board. Lo and behold, the room gets ice cold, my body feels like I’m sitting next to a bonfire, and the board goes ‘666’. Me and my friends ask if Azrael was still there and if we were safe, and the board promptly said ‘No’. Me and my friends freak out, and we want […]

“Shhh”

When my kid was five or six he used to complain sleeping in the living room when visiting grandma. He said all the people walking around kept him up. He later clarified the “people going up and down the stAirs” were keeping him up…….the stairs in the kitchen that are behind a door leading up to the attic. You have to slide a board out of the way to actually and fully go up into […]

“You’re Not Supposed To Answer”

My old co-worker had a son that was in his mid thirties and he had a son named Hunter that was 4 or 5. She said that Hunter would have bad dreams and that he would sleep with his dad when he got scared. One night his dad woke up because he heard Hunter calling him. But he was calling him by his name, not ‘dad’. So he went to his room and he was […]

In The Middle Of The Woods

Growing up I lived in the middle of the woods. No neighbors for about a mile on each side and we own 60 acres of forest then a swamp after that. So basically I lived in the middle of nowhere. One summer when I was about 14 I was out in the middle of the woods playing with my dog (I’m an only child and both of my parents were out of town.) when I […]

The Doppelganger

“Late at night I usually go to the bathroom multiple times but for the past 4 days, every time I go to leave, I can see myself still standing in the mirror from the corner of my eye. It is like the other me is watching me leave the bathroom. It terrifies me to the point where I almost run out without looking directly at the mirror. I never told my husband about it because […]

Dancing Plague

The outbreak began in July 1518 when a woman, Mrs. Troffea, began to dance fervently in a street in Strasbourg.  This lasted somewhere between four and six days. Within a week, 34 others had joined, and within a month, there were around 400 dancers, predominantly female. Some of these people would die from heart attacks, strokes, or exhaustion.  One report indicates that for a period, the plague killed around fifteen people per day. However, the […]