Montague called his wife, and his wife decides to live in the most haunted room, i.e. the Nursery where the older Miss. Crain died. At that night Dr. Montague, Luke, Theodora and Eleanor were together in a room when their doors closed and the pounding sound started again and went towards the nursery. They somehow went there to see Mrs. Montague but she wasn’t there.
When psychic Annika Hurwitt meditated in the haunted room she sensed a presence which was very angry and hurt and possibly had been murdered by her boyfriend or husband who had been cheating on her. She has since been haunting the living to seek revenge by making them feel the violence she felt upon her death such as being held down, being stabbed and not able to breathe because she was being strangled. The owner has felt a presence in the downstairs living room. • Floating up the main staircase from the first floor a gray apparition has been seen gazing upon the view of the sea and harbor from the picture
At the time the forests, were seen as the home and witches and devils, aware of this Goodman Brown willingly enters. He witnesses the most upstanding members of his community participate in witchcraft. Brown observes even the most innocent person he knows, his wife Faith, participate. His perspective is altered to a position, he can not amend regardless of the His Faith, actually implies a double meaning, his wife whose innocence he clasps onto and his faith in God which he is determined to keep even after seeing Church members disrespect his God. Brown who once showered her with affection, “looked sternly and sadly into her face, and passed on without a greeting.”
My eyes suddenly protruded outwards as they locked onto a wide metal door – with rust covering its burnished doorknob. I assumed that this must’ve been the room for the servants. I reached for the corroded doorknob, only to tragically realise that it wasn’t turning. I felt the vigorous blood being pumped into my brain, as my veins struggled to remain intact.
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.
The Truth: During the late seventeenth century in Salem, Massachusetts Bay, Elizabeth Parris and Abigail Williams were found dancing in the forest by Samuel Parris (minister of Salem). Later on, both of them started to do violent movements and to scream randomly. A doctor theorized that the young girls were acting strange because they were bewitched. Afterwards, different young girls in the area started to have resembling behaviors.
I am an avid reader and reading has been my favorite hobby for a great deal of my life. When I am reading a book, I don 't just glance at the words, I dive into the world that the pages describe. Unfortunately, when I do this I render myself oblivious to my surroundings, such as people attempting to talk to me and the current time. The latter of which has resulted in me missing various types of deadlines, such as arriving somewhere late or going to sleep at an absurd hour in the early morning.
It was crying out against the abominable noise something about a body on a hill.” A body on a hill? Who could this be? Obviously, it has to be Simon. There was nobody else that knew about the deceased body that was found on the hill.
to be exact, Winfred Chapman6 stepped out of a bus on her way to work with an upset demeanor about her face, simply because she was going to be late for work, but Chapman was about to see something that would take her anger away and replace it with that of fear. As she took over her work place from an old coworkers window who had given her a ride the remainder of where she needed to go, she noticed a strange telephone wire hanging over the gate of her work residence. Chapman begin to feel a sense of worry, as she proceeded to hurry hurself along inside the grounds, setting her eyes on a strange vehicle perched in the parkway. But without much thought, Mrs. Chapman strode on further toward the house. Mrs. Chapman turned to outside light whom somebody in the residence had left on, unlocked the door she entered everyday, and entered the house with no suspicions of what she 'd saw outside, until her eyes landed on some out of place trunks which had not held that certain place the evening before, but the one thing that actually caught her attention was that there seemed to be blood on the trunks, blood all over the floor under them, and on the sprawled out towels.
The door creaks open, I see them, two men… they look so tasty. They’re picking me up and dragging me down the hall. We finally stop, I hear another door open, I look up and the only thing in the room is a table tilted at a seventy-five degree angle. They are pinning me against the table, please speak up, you’re never this quiet.
As ironic as it may sound, the protagonist’s family, along with the priest and the townspeople, are the genuine monsters in this literary piece. In this short story, it was clearly seen that the protagonist was physically and psychologically isolated from her community. This abhorrence initiated within the protagonist’s own household. Her family implied that something was wrong with her—that she used to be a lovely baby and that she was cursed (263).