El Paso, Texas Ghost Sightings - PAGE 4
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Categories: home, lady, voices, apartment, face
There is a house on Jennifer Street on the eastside of El Paso that definitely has a presence. I used to live there with my friend in 2002. One day he had to travel to California, and therefore I would be there by myself alone at home. He had warned me that there was a ghost in the house before he left. He thought maybe it was his ex-father-in-law who had actually died in the home a couple of years before. He had choked to death swallowing some medicine. One night around 8:00 pm or so I was in the living room watching TV when the doorbell rang. I got up to answer the door, and nobody was there. I thought perhaps some kids were playing a prank. I decided to go outside and walk around to search the outside of the house, and of course nothing.
As soon as I walked back in the house and sat down, not more than a minute later the doorbell rang again. This time I ran to the door, went outside, looked around again, and found nothing. It was awfully strange. I called my friend to tell him what was happening, and he said that he had the same experiences. Anyway, I was freaked out by the abnormalities for certain. But nothing will compare to what I am about to tell you now. That same evening I felt a presence in the home, my entire body shivered with coldness. I had this strange eerie feeling that someone or something was watching me. It was now around 10:00 pm or so. I was getting tired, so I decided to go to bed when all of a sudden I heard a voice call out my name. It was a raspy but distant voice shouting my name from afar. It sounded as if it was coming from the bathroom down the hallway from the room I would sleep in. ''Michael!'' It shouted. I distinctly heard this voice call my name but as we all do; we chuck it up to our imagination and ignore it. I felt the presence get closer and closer when it entered the room and called out my name again ''Michael!'' It was right next to me on the bed this time. I was lying on the bed in a fetal position on my right hand side. It was standing behind me right next to the bed looking straight at me. I put the blankets over my head and started shaking with fear. I was so scared that I felt numb. I could not move. Then it reached out and put both hands on my left leg. As soon as it grabbed me I immediately moved my leg, got up from underneath the blanket and yelled ''in the name of Jesus Christ I rebuke thee Satan. The lord is my scepter and my shield; he shall protect me from all evil'' I kept repeating it over and over. The next day when I woke up I felt pain on my left leg and there were bruises where the ghost had grabbed me.
This is a true story. That was it. It was probably one of the scariest encounters I have ever experienced, and I have had many. I brought in a priest to bless the home after that. As soon as he walked foot in the house he felt a presence. He blessed the home, and I did not have any problems after that.
Submitted by Mikey
Comment by Steven: What was the address of this house??? Was it on the Jennifer side below George Dieter that leads to Pendale or above it by the apartments??? A friend of mine lives on Jennifer by the Pendale side and his neighbor a while back died/committed suicide by taking pills.
I don't know if it's this neighbor but it surely couldn't be a coincidence. If you could please get back to me that would great. You can message me on facebook at facebook. com/ nebulae87.
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