The Spirits That Haunt New Hampshire On Highway 114 in the town of Hennicker, New Hampshire there is a two story wood frame house sitting upon a hill overlooking the town. The house which is known as “Ocean – born” Mary’s house is privately owned but it may be possible to arrange to see it. The local people love to talk about what is haunting it. Arriving on the Irish Immigrant Ship the “Wolf” Mary Wallace got the nickname “Ocean-born” because she came into this world on an Irish immigrant ship called the “Wolf” in 1720.
Ghosts can appear in various forms, they can appear as ectoplasm, shadows, poltergeists or demons. Many of us don't actually believe in ghosts, but in energy. Some believe that as the law says "energy is neither created nor destroyed", and based on that physical principle we question to ourselves: where does our energy go to after life?. Thus, most of the paranormal events that take place in daily life might
Poltergeist Curse: Myth or Reality The word Poltergeist is a compound of the German verb “polter” that mean to make noise. It is described by the Germans as the noisy ghost or the noisy spirit. It was first discovered in the 1st century in Germany. This ghost was responsible for physical disturbance, such as loud noises, and objects being moved, destroyed or thrown on people.
People fear the Phantom because they think of him as the menace who takes away their cherished loved ones and the person who will take their life away. People realized that their lives can no longer be taken by The Phantom, so they take incredible risks. They stopped caring, they lost all remorse, churches became empty, and Sunday mornings became ghost homes. Without fear of anything, people stopped going.
Spooky things exist to feed off people’s emotions. People normally view these spooky things using a set rules or scale to judge these type of monsters. This is how people are aware of the situations that they are in. In order to escape this situation, people must think about it to themselves. Due to these situations, people of our community watch horror movies in order to simulate the idea of spooky things for the future.
The Haunted Church Joppa Baptist Church is a church that I had passed by for ten years daily on my way to school. All my life, I had heard of the hauntings and stories of my friends that would send cold chills down your back about this “haunted church” called Joppa. I still couldn’t believe that ghosts would haunt a church, that was until I had my own experience at Joppa. I believe ghosts are real because of my experience at Joppa. Joppa was a local church that was well known in Edmonson County for being haunted.
Some ghost hunter groups go every night across the country head out into abandoned warehouses, old buildings and cemeteries to look for any signs of ghost. The teams often bring electronic equipment that they believe help them locate ghostly energy. Despite of year effort by ghost hunters on TV and real life they still do not have good proof that ghost are real. Many ghost hunters believe that strong support for the existence of ghosts can be found in modern physics. After a person dies, the energy in his or her body goes where all organisms’ energy goes after death: into environment.
The Haunting of Pittock Mansion I’m a great believer in the paranormal and I can tell you that there is nothing spookier than a real honest to life ghost story. At present the Pittock Mansion is a museum which is located on a 46 acre estate that sits atop of a mountain overlooking Portland, Oregon. The mansion was built of sandstone in 1914 and it has 22 rooms. The story begins with Henry Pittock who at 19 joined up with a wagon train in 1853 and took a journey that started in Pennsylvania and ended in Portland, Oregon.
There are countless horror movies, paranormal series, documents, and books that all include the eerie and mysterious happenings in mental asylums. During halloween, mental asylums are themes of haunted houses. Mental asylums might have been a scary experience back in the day where mental
They can appear as apparitions, speak, and in some cases, even influence the world around them. Ie, moving small rocks, or tugging at a cat's fur. This all depends on how strong the character really is, weaker characters who are shy, might not be able to influence the world around them, or speak in a way that the living can hear them. This also means that a ghost can hurt the living, such as dislodging larger cliff rocks, however they cannot physically hurt a living cat as the ghost's body is, well, not
They say the lights flicker so fast it could give someone a seizure. This ghost has never really killed anybody but really will terrorize you if you dare mess with her. Rumor has it that this ghost likes to open all the lockers in the locker rooms at night and that is why sometimes when the girls come to school and go to gym all the lockers are wide open. Sometimes the ghost throws everything in the lockers everywhere so basically when that happens all the girls have to go through the stuff trying to find their belongings. The ghost also will shut off all the lights randomly.
It’s effective because it scares the two of them and forces them to stay on one side of the house and make them move out. For instance “the sound came through muted and indistinct, a chair being knocked over onto the carpet or the muffled buzzing of a conversation”(p.39). This proves that the house being possessed by a spirit and scaring the people that are living and staying in the house. On the contrary, the chair could’ve fell because of
Haunting and PTSD involve different imaginations of time because haunting moves from the past to present while PTSD is involving memories from the past. Haunting shifts across the timeline, going back and forward, with the potential of being a present affair that reflect past violence. As for PTSD, the haunting that comes from PTSD stems from a past traumatic event that continues show a sense of violence in the present.