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Comment by Beto: For many years before the first war many people had land plots in ghost town area. Many people were buried there. No plates or markers to mark these graves. For years this neighborhood was very little populated because of hauntings. It's been kept a secret for generations. Thank you.
Comment by Alf: I grew up on Guerrero Street, and I couldn't tell you how many experiences I've had in that area.
Categories: home, sounds, cemetery, school, yard
Ok this is not actually what happened to me but it did to my parents. OK my mom would say that when my dad and her got in fight, not like punches and all that but screams and name calling. OK she would say that when they got in a fight they would sleep each in separate twin beds.
My mom once said that one time my dad and her got in a fight and they slept separately, she knew that my dad always gets up during the night to go to the restroom but this time it wasn't my dad... My mom said that in the middle of the night she heard footsteps on the stairs stomp stomp stomp, she felt a sudden breeze in the room and then she heard the restroom flush.
She didn't get scared because she knew it was my dad but that morning my mom got mad at my dad because he left the restroom really dirty but my dad insisted that it wasn't him. My mom thought it was a ghost.
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