"Be-Headed In His Apartment"
Posted 11 March 2006 - 06:23 PM
Well, this atrocity occurred across the street of where I used to live...when I lived there. Ohhh my God, was it disturbing to have to know that across the street from where I lived, a man was butchered like- Jeffery Dahmer was there for dinner or something... .....not funny in the least! There was literally a portable-morgue there for at least half a week! Every news-station was there..and my driveway was televised on television. There were people there dressed in biohazard-protectant body suits, crime-scene investigation unit vans...numerous police cars, -you name it.. there it was... And now I think it would now be appropriate for me to actually tell you all what in Gods name happened. Well, I'll get right down to the "Nitty-Gritty"....An old guy who lived in his apartment..had himself a lets say, "Friend" over, and his "friend" got into a dispute with him, and wasn't all that right up there in his brain so he decided to chop the old mans head off, along with his arms and legs..then stuck them in his freezer.... BARRRFFFF!
Everybody reading this is probably wondering why is this posted in the Haunted Dwelling section..Well- my answer to that question is: To this day, whenever I drive by that place, I wonder WHAT kind of paranormal activity is currently going on in that Dwelling....-Not to mention, that SOMEONE NOW LIVES THERE!!! I am absolutely appalled at the fact that- that was permitted to happen; Anyways from the research I've done, and from my own personal knowledge and experience, I know for a fact that if some crazy thing like that were to happen in a dwelling, there would almost have to be some kind of a paranormal-disturbence residing there. I could go into it, like maybe the violent-death left the murdered man's spirit is there? I have many assumptions...and I would like to hear yours, and what you think could be happening on a paranormal-basis right now in that dwelling. Ohh- and by the way...the murderer WAS caught, and now is in prison at this time.... Sincerely MoonStone
Posted 11 March 2006 - 06:25 PM
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Posted 11 March 2006 - 07:22 PM
Yes, that is very disturbing. My heart go out to that poor man who was so horribly murdered. I'll be keeping him in my thoughts and prayers as I will his family and his real friends.
As far as your question is concerned, regarding the apartment he was killed in being haunted...I think it's a definite possibility.
In my opinion, whenever something like a murder, or even a non-murderous yet serious crime or any situation which is very emotional for someone occurs, I think that there is always a good chance that "psychic residue" is left at the scene and that hauntings could occur there. I don't think that death is a necessity for a haunting, although, it seems to be the main cause thereof.
Case in point, I came into contact with the psychic residue left at a rape scene (this came to me as imagery several years ago. I never researched to see if there was a rape there). I don't know if the young woman was murdered or not. I only witnessed a rape. Another psychic with me witnessed two older women and a younger woman in the cemetery from long ago. They were just passing through the cemetery, seemingly visiting someone buried there. So, I think that hauntings occur from all manner of different events.
I hope the man didn't suffer too much. That does sound somewhat like a Jeffrey Dahmer murder. There are a lot of sickos out there. My father used to work in a Max Security prison (CCI - where Dahmer and many like him went). He said these murderers seemed like regular guys and he rarely even thought about them as being murderers. Kinda scary...I mean, today while shopping, I could have been passing a mass-murderer while fetching my Ginger Ale. Who knows? Anyhow, the one's along the line of Dahmer were kept in solitary and were rarely seen. Although, my dad had talked with Dahmer briefly on one occassion. He seemed to be just a normal, though quiet, guy. I guess, most murderers just appear to be normal people on the outside. Perhaps, that's why it's so shocking when they are aprehended for murder? Perhaps, that's why people, like the man you mentioned, trust people only to find out too late they are murderers or have murderous tendencies. My heart goes out to them. I wish that we had more programs to help them out so they didn't act on their tendencies. Some want to kill. But, most seem to be driven by their inner-demons and surely would get help if it was readily available and they knew where to turn. But, that's an entirely different post right there.
Unfortunately, murders happen all too often and many happen in people's homes. So, it would be difficult to just destroy those homes or refuse to rent an apartment someone was murdered in (although, proper clean-up is necessary and I think that disclosure of the murder would be a nice thing for the seller to disclose to prospective tenents). However, I would have to think twice before moving into any place where I knew a murder occurred. Not necessarily because of a haunting that might be occurring there, but because I'm just too darn sensitive and would probably go nuts contemplating the murder that occurred in my new home. But, that's just me.
Posted 14 March 2006 - 01:49 AM
I do think there is a stigma with violent crimes like these but I often think that it's the crime itself that leaves a mark and not the spirit of the victim. I would hope that the victim moved on as to not repeat the tragedy because it's just too horrible to repeat. Unless maybe there was a victim who with staying behind could help catch their killer. If in fact the house was cleaned and sold it must have had a peaceful aura about it. Most states now have a disclosure clause in real estate to disclose any deaths (except that of AIDS) or any signs of hauntings. Apparently that didn't deter the buyers.
In this case in Hollywood, the killer was deranged and was caught trying to get into one of the studio lots. The security stopped the guy and he was hanging around outside when the news broke the the murder. The security heard the description and immediately called the police. The man was arrested with out incident.
Posted 14 March 2006 - 03:01 PM
It is interesting that, that happened in Southern California also.. but no, I don't live there, and it did not happen there. I am sorry that I do not wish to disclose what state I live in, or where it occurred (where I lived at the time). Thank-you, also for responding to my post... and reading it...-MoonStone
Posted 14 March 2006 - 03:05 PM
"It is perfectly monstrous the way people go about, nowadays, saying things against one behind one's back that are absolutely and entirely true." -Oscar Wilde “The Picture of Dorian Gray”
Posted 15 March 2006 - 07:41 PM
Posted 10 April 2006 - 02:55 PM
This story is very very interesting though without all of the gore.
Posted 10 April 2006 - 07:42 PM
Cry Havoc! And let loose the Dobermans of war!
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Posted 10 April 2006 - 08:39 PM
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Posted 12 April 2006 - 08:14 PM
My dad was co-workers with the woman.
I think, in the past 10 years, at least 8 families have moved in and out of that house.
Despite the new paint job, the house gives me the creeps.
Posted 12 April 2006 - 08:17 PM
Yes, it's always telling when a house never keeps its tenents for very long...
Posted 05 June 2006 - 02:07 AM
Posted 16 June 2006 - 04:45 PM
Yeah, a murder that violent -- it's really surprising that someone just moved right in. I wonder if they know? They probably do by now. Eek!
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