New Haven, Ohio Ghost Sightings
To the outsider New Haven, Ohio seems like an ordinary city, but this city is governed by the undeceased after the sun is down. Some of the buried won't rest in peace in this town. A number of folks who live here claim these descriptions are untrue, but bloodcurdling things unquestionably happen here in New Haven during the night time.
These are some of the spooky things that have happened in nearby cities and towns.
Plymouth 2 miles away: I grew up in a house on Mills Avenue. When I was eight or nine I was sleeping upstairs in the first bedroom beside the closet. As soon as the lights turned out a ghost would touch my face. Of course, ...
Plymouth 2 miles away: My husband and I were out on Father's Day just driving around and, I spotted this house that was empty. I told him to stop; I wanted to get out and look in the windows. I fell totally in love with the...
Plymouth 2 miles away: Is this a house on Railroad Street?....
Plymouth 2 miles away: Our family lived in Plymouth Ohio in early 2000 in a apartment building on W. Broadway, we heard noises and things moving all the time. Was told afterwards that 2 people died there....
Plymouth 2 miles away: My family and I lived on S. Main St. in Willard and we found that house to be haunted. At first nothing happened until I came home with my youngest son. From then on all kinds of strange things happen...
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