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  and slammed down on his head. When we came up the steps the microwave in the kitchen immediately turned on.

We named him Joe. The activity picked
  up when we had to tear down a garage in the back yard because of an accident. Thanks to Joe, we moved and now someone else can deal with his tantrums,  
  including the slamming doors and phantom breezes while taking a shower. .
Submitted by LMB

       Categories: hand, basement, river, yard, family

I have lived across from Monongahela Cemetery all my life. I have seen moving lights there and paranormal at my home.
  Submitted by Cathy

       Categories: lights, cemetery, home

The monvalley cemetery has a lot of paranormal activity in the old section. The old Civil War section is pretty active to say the least. Don't attempt going there at night it is patrolled. During the day it is open to the public and you won't be dissapointed.
  Submitted by Anonymous


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