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Submitted by anonymous


       Categories: legs, eyes, ship, parking_lot, field


I can say with great certainty that my former residence in Falls Church was haunted by a malicious spirit. When I first moved in I noticed a man's name had been carved onto one of the bedroom walls. At the beginning I didn't think much of it and figured it meant nothing, but as time went on, I started to think otherwise. I happened to occupy the aforementioned bedroom and heard strange noises late at night. I was sure, for example, that I heard the name of the man being called out by a woman's voice. Needless to say, it was very frightening. I hoped the noises would be the end of it, but I couldn't have been more wrong.

After only a month of living there the whole place began to fall apart on me, and under very odd circumstances no less. I remember waking up one morning to find that all the doors were broken and would not shut properly. Also the washing machine and A/C unit stopped working in a single day. It was as if someone or something wanted me to leave, and they were being very persistent about it. The one thing I picked up on was that the noises always preceded one of these spooky events. Thus, I was convinced the carving of the man's name and all the supernatural phenomena were connected. Still, I felt helpless, and the noises weren't going away.
    
I finally gave up all hope when I found a dead rat outside the front door. Looking at its bloody and mangled body I couldn't help but feel it was an evil omen. That day I packed up all my things and moved back in with my mother. I still don't know how to properly explain all the horrors I experienced living there, but I have something of a theory. It's possible that a married couple used to live at the residence, and the husband murdered his wife. I say this because the woman's voice I heard always sounded so scared. I heard: ''I'm sorry!'' ''Please stop!'' and ''Don't hurt me!'' I think the husband must have been psychotic or something. All I know is that the carving is some kind of curse.
Submitted by Robbie


       Categories: curse, evil, church, noises, man


I grew up on Lee Park CT, and my house was definitely haunted. I am still bothered by it today. I would wake at night and see several dark figures in my room at times. I would be awakened at night by something pushing under my mattress, and it always called my name out but only when I was in the basement. I could never have a pet because animals were spooked to come in for long. The worst part is they would walk slowly down the hall. Then it would literally act like they were going crazy in my bedroom. Very creepy. This went on the entire time lived there!! More happened, but I think I would be writing a book lol.
Submitted by KSS

 

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