I gave my friend a box and told her to put anything in it and give it back but keep the contents a secret. She then went into a quiet room in a notoriously haunted location and told the spirits what was in the box ahead of my investigation there. Through the PSB7 Spirit Box I received the correct answer to what was in the box. Absolutely amazing results!
The Anguished Man is an alleged haunted painting owned by Sean Robinson. Sean Robinson inherited The Anguished Man from his grandmother who kept it locked in the attic for 25 years claiming that it was evil. She said that the original artist mixed his own blood into the paint before killing himself. Sean doubted the paranormal aspect of the painting and hung it up anyway. After Sean hung the painting up, he heard the sound of crying and saw a dark figure in the corner of the room that the painting was hung in. Sean eventually took the Anguished Man down however he does let paranormal investigators do research on it.
5 Ghost Stories From the Sea
Published on 15 Jan 2018
From one of the most well-known paranormal images in history, to a haunted beach in Texas, myself and Kirstin Gardiner take a look at five ghost stories from the sea, all involving alleged mortal ghosts, and not just ghost ships.
Written by Curious World and Kirstin Gardiner
Music – Untitled by Joseph Rowan
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Sacco’s Bowl Haven in Somerville, Massachusetts:
Sacco’s Bowl Haven is a #bowling alley in Somerville, #Massachusetts that first opened in 1939. It is said to be #haunted by the #spirit of a mysterious #shadowy figure who is most often seen by employees working at night when few customers are present, or after closing time. Others report hearing the sounds of disembodied footsteps, as well as witnessing doors opening and closing by themselves, and objects being moved by an unseen entity. Some employees also report being touched by invisible hands, or feeling as if someone or something is breathing down their necks. In 2009 Sacco’s Bowl Haven was featured on an episode of the popular television show, #GhostHunters, however investigators were not able to gather substantial evidence of #paranormal activity, and were unable to officially declare the location #haunted.
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New Boston Inn in Sandisfield, Massachusetts:
Constructed in 1737 by the Daniel Brown family, the New #Boston Inn in Sandisfield, #Massachusetts was first registered as an #inn and #stagecoach stop in 1750. It was added to the National Register of #Historic Places in September of 1988, and is said to be #haunted by several different #apparitions and #spirits. During the #American Revolutionary #War the New Boston Inn was used by #Patriot forces to covertly train troops for the local #militia, and during the 1800’s the location served as a stagecoach stop for thousands of travelers and #pioneers heading west. Guests at the inn report witnessing unidentified apparitions and #specters dressed in clothing from the #Victorian and #Colonial eras, in addition to experiencing other unexplained #paranormal phenomena, such as items moving around by themselves, or being rearranged by an unseen entity. Others report hearing the sounds of disembodied footsteps and voices, while also feeling a strange presence. One spirit said to #haunt the location is that of a young woman named Harriet, who was #murdered in the summer of 1805 by a jealous ex lover on her #wedding day. Harriet was from an affluent family that came to #Sandisfield every #summer to stay at the New Boston Inn. One summer, she fell in #love with a local #farmer, who quickly asked for her hand in #marriage. Harriet’s parents rejected the young man, fearing their daughter would live a life of poverty and squalor. The following summer, Harriet returned to the inn, where she was to be wed to another man who had received the approval of her parents. According to legend, during the wedding #ceremony, the other man returned, begging Harriet to marry him instead. When she #rejected him, he pulled out a #pistol and shot her to death at the altar where she stood. Ever since, guests at the New Boston Inn have reported encountering the apparition of a #WomanInWhite, believed to be spirit of Harriet, still wearing her wedding dress.
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