Syracuse, New York Ghost Sightings - PAGE 8
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The old woman died three days before we were to close. Luckily the house was in a trust and not in her name and we still got to move in. But lately I have been experiencing a lot. They like to turn off the TV if there's something on it they don't like, turn off music that they don't like, but they love their picture taken.
Submitted by Mary
Categories: home, boys, school, bus, school_bus
I was walking along the overgrown sidewalk that lines the property where the SS Peter and Paul orthodox church on the corner of Emerson and Hamilton in Tipperary Hill in Syracuse New York. I looked over to my left where the tall outdoor stairway is and there was an old woman with a cane and glasses standing at the top of the overwhelmingly steep stairs as if she was about to attempt the walk down by herself.
I nodded politely to her and she smiled politely at me. I quickly jogged around the corner to the street level where I had seen the old woman so I could help her down the stairs only to find that I was completely alone on the premises.|
No cars in the parking lot church doors locked no old woman to be found. I think she was a ghost. How else could you explain that an elderly woman with a cane barely able to walk could be gone in an a matter of seconds?.
Submitted by Jessica
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