El Paso, Texas Ghost Sightings - PAGE 21
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Well I live in the Meadows on Northloop. I was on the bed watching some TV when I turned my head to the side I saw a man looking at me. At first I didn't want to believe it and I know who that man was; it was my grandfather that died about 25 years ago.
So a couple of weeks later I was watching a movie and I looked where he was last time and I saw him.
Submitted by Emmanuel
I lived in a house on Alameda next to Gallito Igles... The landlord told us it's been there since the 1970s and her father passed away in that house. When we asked if anything else happened she hesitated and said ''no''.
Since we first moved in we would feel an eerie feeling in my moms room (where the man passed away). When me and my mom would take a shower we would feel like if someone's watching us. One day I was taking a shower with hot water and in seconds it went cold.|
Also you have to go through a little room to get into the rest of the house, well the wall was all white but when me and my mom came home one day there were faded writings saying horrible horrible things about that person's sister? ...
Also there is a basement under the house but the landlord tried to hide it, and I guess the entrance to the basement is covered with cement... You get a bad feeling even seeing the house from the street. A lot of my friends would tell me they always wanted to go into that house because it looks really creepy from outside.
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