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Submitted by HC
Categories: mass, eyes, building, park, apartment
Back in Chicago, where I once resided with my family in my younger years, I recall living in a small house, broke down if you will. The address was... Well, maybe it is better that I keep that disclosed. Anyway, I remember once asking my mother about the attic of the little house, in which case she would always turn my attention away from the subject with some kind of distracter. However, I never forgot. So, one day, I went to the back of the kitchen, up the back stairs, and entered the attic. And it was quite horrible. I can still smell the rotting wood from all the rain water that leaked through the roof and into the house. It was dark too - very dark. The only real light I had was the light shining in from the open doorway and the small crevices in the floor boards. The whole cramped space was like some kind of time machine. The room had heaviness in the air, in which case it gave everything that black and white look.
All of this is still etched into my mind, because, to be absolutely honest, it scared the bejesus out of me! In the middle of the room stood the apparition of a man, clothed in a stained train conductor's uniform. His hair was a bit messy and dirty, but it complemented his rugged face. I did not really understand what I was seeing, so I just stared at him, wondering what a man was doing in the attic. The dusty boxes around him and the darkness about the room did not really seem to match his likeliness. He did not belong there at all. I snapped back into reality when he addressed me, however, ''where's my cap, son?'' It was not very threatening, more like a question, but it still scared me that he talked to me. So I ran down the stairs and locked myself in the only bedroom in the house. When my brothers came home, I told them about everything that happened, and they investigated. Of course, they never found anything. They checked with flashlights and even went to the extent of letting the dog into the house. Nothing was ever found, and I still find myself wondering why that ghost was in the attic. Had he been killed there? Or maybe that was once his residence. I will never know.
Submitted by Jerome |
Categories: home, man, lights, family, face
I was riding on the blue line train heading westbound. When the train passed through Kedzie Hohman stop I felt this negative energy very depressing vibe. Lots of sadness and sorry came over me to the point I began to cry. I saw a vision of a middle aged man falling into the train tracks. When I arrived home I looked up if something had happened there before. I found out that about an hour before I passed that Kedzie Hohman stop someone died falling on those tracks. His name Keith. They don't know exactly how it happened. They ruled it out as an accident, but who really knows. This happened on Father's Day in 2016.
Submitted by Yasira
Categories: train, man, home
Chicago is most definitely a very haunted city. I've had pretty radical things happen in the last 7 years that I've lived here, including grace cemetery orbs of light flying at me, not just suspended in the air still but flying at me. One was going through my forehead. This is true. I got it on digital camera. I also went down to Resurrection Cemetery and did not see resurrection Mary. She's been gone for years, but owner of Chet's Melody Lounge said he had a couple of tiny things in there that run around on the floor before I knew any of this I had entered and heard. Two little voices whispering to each other as if talking about me, and the voices came from close to the floor. I currently work in a place where the Chicago fire started, and it is pretty active with something. De Koven Street.
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