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#31 spiritdragon

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Posted 22 September 2003 - 05:15 PM

Yangtze River in China,Kobe,Tokyo,Japan's Inland Sea region,Honolulu,and MexicoCity come to mind. Also Euraka Springs, Arkansas.

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Posted 22 September 2003 - 05:49 PM

thanks Spiritdragon, I was thinking Missouri but I think there is one in Minnesota too...clearing it up just makes it easier for those who may want to look further into it.
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Posted 22 September 2003 - 06:38 PM

To me one of the most haunted places is here in Texas. It is at the Prison unit Moutain View. It is women's Death Row. Before it was a women's prison it was a youth facility a lot of boys were murdered/buried there. Before that it was originally built in the Civil War days and served as a fort/hospital. Strange and erie things go on there and some will even happen during the day. People still die on that unit to this day. Yes, it is women's death row, but they are taken to Huntsville to be executed.  I believe that they always return.

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Posted 23 September 2003 - 08:09 PM

;D  Thanks a whole bunch!!! I have been trying to find info on that house for the longest time! I saw it on, I beleve it was the history chanel, and it is the one house, besides the amityville house, that stuck in my mind.
I just wonder why some spirits can be so angry that they refuse to go to their next lives.   ;D


           thanks, stephanie

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Posted 24 September 2003 - 06:18 AM

Greeting Amiri.  Not trying to belittle your statement about "being so angry that they refuse to go on to their next lives" but, in some cases, the spirit/ghost isn't angry at all.  Sometimes, they may feel that they have unfinished work that needs to be done.  And, I personally beleive that sometimes, a ghost doesn't realize the fact that they are dead. (just a personal opinion. Key word, personal opinion)

While we are on the topic of Most haunted places, why is it that you hardly ever hear ghost stories out of places like Africa, India, and other countries like that?  Do they not put as high a value on the paranormal that we do, or is it just in thier culture that paranormal events happen?  Maybe Moonchild can lend a hand on this one.  You see, up till the post that listed places in Japan, I had never heard of a ghost story anywhere other than here in the US, England, Scotland, and Ireland.  Maybe, I have been in the shadows too long. LOL
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Posted 24 September 2003 - 11:52 AM

I have heard of a few places TKE448. I am going to search Google tonight. I will post what I find.

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Posted 24 September 2003 - 01:01 PM

Here is what I found:
In Aisia Mainland
Malayasia
St.John's Island Japanese trops Killed countless people
Johor Bahru Vampire Ghost also known as Pontiank.
Okinawa
Camp Hansen: a guard station that is closed up after repeated number of visitations of a WWII soldier covered in blood holding a cigeratte asking for a light.It disappears after the cigeratte is lit.
Japan
Hiroshima/Nagasaki angry atomic bomb victims
Iwakuni Barracks
Kanagewa Perfecture
all found at www.shadowlands.net/places/japan.html

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Posted 25 September 2003 - 10:02 AM

Leap castle in England is VERY haunted

Here in the states, Fairfield Hills Hospital (now closed) is extremely haunted.

I also think we are going to be seeing a lot of activity in the area of the World trade Center.

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Posted 25 September 2003 - 04:11 PM

I read what Diane wrote abou The World Trade Centers. Has there been any reports as of yet to any goings on?

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Posted 28 September 2003 - 05:39 PM

Leap Castle in Ireland
Tower of London
Leeds Castle
Castle Dracula
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Posted 29 September 2003 - 05:56 AM

Spiritdragon--thanks for the info.  I will definately check that link out really soon.  
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Posted 29 September 2003 - 04:30 PM

No problem.Also check the Ghost City of Fengdu,China located near the Yhangtze river.

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Posted 29 September 2003 - 04:50 PM

Gettysburg)Thousands of young men died brutal deaths before their time in Gettysburg Battlefields.That has all the makings of an unbelievable amount of ethereal presences.



The Queen Mary)Ship acted as a prisoner transport unit during WWII,in which hundreds of prisoners died due to their injuries,overcrowding,and lack of ventilation in the lower cargo holds where they were detained.It was said that in one particular voyage across sea,one prisoner was dying every 20 minutes.The ship also had a tragic accident in which it hit and sunk an escort ship which veered in front of it,killing well over 300 men in about a 5-10 minute timespan.Not to mention there were quite a few deaths of passengers,both of natural and coerced means.The ship is said now to have over 600 active entities taking up residence aboard it.Foot for foot,it may very well be the most haunted place on the planet.
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Posted 30 September 2003 - 08:20 AM

I forgot about that one.The Consitution in Baltimore Harbor. The smell of gunpowder and cordage.

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Posted 04 October 2003 - 05:40 AM

I think that some of the most haunted places would be the crash site of that plane that went down in PA, I agree about the Queen Mary and Alcatraz, the Hotel Del Coronado is not the most haunted but eerie, and I would have to definitely say that Alton, IL is haunted because of a connection to old bricks placed in foundations in building houses and businesses, not to mention any type of  battlefield, plantations, and also, I had heard a story about the Donner party location. Apparently, someone I had talked to in chat once, had told me a story about that area in CA. He and a buddy was driving somewhere that night since he was a truck driver. He was talking to his buddy, when they had seen someone standing in the road, and had hit them. SO they got out to check to see what it was. They had seen someone laying down out there. But when they got back from going to the nearest town to get the police, the body was gone. So they left and looked over near the nearby lake, and had seen campfires, and people sitting in front of those fires. So who knows.
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