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#1 fangsoffatima

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Posted 29 April 2008 - 01:42 AM

hey everyone,

I have been on this site for a while I think and the last time I posted was while I was TDY.


I am origonally from a small town in Connecticut but anyway this isn't about where I was raised.

I have been at luke for about three years now hearing rumors that the building that I work at is haunted. It really wasn't until now that I experienced it for myself. I work from about 2000-0700 in the morning and tonight I was alone. Well I was working on my meal and I kept hearing someone calling me. Thinking that I was just tired I kinda brushed it off and continued. Well when I finished I decided hey smoke break. So i was on my way out and I heard a man yell my name and "come here" I'm sitting there thinking to myself that hey im alone there isnt anyone here but me. So i come in from my break and this is where things start getting weird. I heard the doors open and close. Thinking someone maybe came in to check their email or something i went up to investigate, the only thing was there wasnt anyone there the place was vacant. By now im saying that maybe im just freaking out or crazy but it continues i hear someone walking around and i get the feeling that someone is standing over me. I look around and no one is there. So this continues for a while and im looking around trying to gain my wits. My hair is standing on end and its feeling colder then heck where i am. So i walk around and its warm but the cold keeps following me. Finally i hear the doors open again and i hear someone walking around. Well im in a kitchen so i grab one of my knives and start a search there is nothing here. It wasnt till about an hour ago that things got kinda bad. I got pushed around and someone was still yelling at me. So finally the civilians come in to work and i ask one of them who is a close friend of mine hey has this ever happened to you? She went into total detail of full body apparitions, feelings, sounds, her being touched and yelled at but then she says why did something like that happen to you? I am completely in awe im just like wow maybe there is something here so im thinking tomorrow night im going to bring in my cam corder and digi mics to see whats going on. Ill post back with my findings. In a way this is awesome but in another every time i have went on investigations i have been leader of a GROUP. It's a different story when you are completely alone in a old facility.
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Posted 29 April 2008 - 07:04 PM

fangsoffatima, I'm a retired AF MSgt, and I'm here tell you that what you've described is not uncommon in buildings on military installations around the world, especially bases like Luke that have been around for a long, long time. There's no telling who (or what) might be lingering there in the chow hall, so I'd be interested in hearing more about it if you were to take a camera or recording equipment to work with you one day.

Here are links to some of the posts I've done in the past about my experiences while in the Air Force:

Return of the Phantom Crew Chief

RAF Alconbury
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Posted 29 April 2008 - 11:44 PM

fangsoffatima, I'm a retired AF MSgt, and I'm here tell you that what you've described is not uncommon in buildings on military installations around the world, especially bases like Luke that have been around for a long, long time. There's no telling who (or what) might be lingering there in the chow hall, so I'd be interested in hearing more about it if you were to take a camera or recording equipment to work with you one day.

Here are links to some of the posts I've done in the past about my experiences while in the Air Force:

Return of the Phantom Crew Chief

RAF Alconbury


I Cannot believe you called it a chow hall lol thats ok though because you had more stripes than i do. i figured it wouldn't be uncommon its just so awesome because now i can have more fun doing what i love which is investigating. I was going to bring my equipment today but i found out at the last second my wife used all my 3 hour disks and i cant change a disk every thirty minutes but definately before i go this will get my analysis. As of right now im alone but tonight im just greeting it as whatever... just wish whatever was here would have a convo with me.... being alone in here is just creepy. Never Fear though i will have something to post later but im glad there are other military members out there with me and not saying that im crazy.
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Posted 30 April 2008 - 10:39 PM

Did I say chow hall? What I meant was there might possibly be a spirit lingering in the "aerospace dining facility."

Not to get off on a tangent or anything, but for those who might be contemplating military service, the Air Force has the best food by far. I still wake up in the morning dreaming about GI breakfasts: made-to-order omelettes, bacon, SOS . . . uh, I mean chipped beef on toast and coffee so stout the spoon would stand up in it. The only problem is that, thanks to my doctor, I get scrambled egg substitute, soy bacon (tastes like cardboard) and watered down coffee (decaf, of course) for breakfast now.

Anyhow, FoF, we look forward to hearing about your latest exploits and the search for whatever it is you're experiencing there at DFAC. Have you spoken to any of the old timers who've worked there for awhile? They're usually the best source of information when it comes to the history of a place. Perhaps they know something or may have even had a similar experience themselves!

In fact, I've had a similar experience myself. Just click on the web link under my signature to read about it on my website :ghost:
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Posted 12 May 2008 - 02:50 PM

Did I say chow hall? What I meant was there might possibly be a spirit lingering in the "aerospace dining facility."

Not to get off on a tangent or anything, but for those who might be contemplating military service, the Air Force has the best food by far. I still wake up in the morning dreaming about GI breakfasts: made-to-order omelettes, bacon, SOS . . . uh, I mean chipped beef on toast and coffee so stout the spoon would stand up in it. The only problem is that, thanks to my doctor, I get scrambled egg substitute, soy bacon (tastes like cardboard) and watered down coffee (decaf, of course) for breakfast now.

Anyhow, FoF, we look forward to hearing about your latest exploits and the search for whatever it is you're experiencing there at DFAC. Have you spoken to any of the old timers who've worked there for awhile? They're usually the best source of information when it comes to the history of a place. Perhaps they know something or may have even had a similar experience themselves!

In fact, I've had a similar experience myself. Just click on the web link under my signature to read about it on my website :clap:



I read your story and I think it's amazing. The only thing is after talking to all the people that have been there forever I went on leave so now im back in good old connecticut. As soon as i get back i will set everything up and get what i am looking for.

For the record, My Creamed Beef is awesome.... or so i hear.
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