Tucson, Arizona Ghost Sightings - PAGE 38
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Categories: apartment, skeleton
When I was 13 my parents bought this house on 1st and Roger. My dad and I did a ton of remodeling to this house. Things started missing. Various tools and such. When we moved in things started happening.
Nothing real scary but never the less strange things. Faucets would turn on and the toilets would flush on their own. Lights would turn on by themselves. Curtains would open by themselves. Sometimes the bread would fall to the floor.
Then, we started hearing voices. You could actually hear disembodied voices. It sounded as though they were at the other end of a very long tunnel. You couldn't understand what was being said but you could definitely hear them.|
Hear them laugh. My mom passed in that house and before she left this world she told me she spoke to those voices and they spoke to her. She never said just what they told her but I did my own research about the house.
It was built in 1947 and prior to that it was a chicken farm and was named the Kohler farm. Well, as it turns out there was a bad fire and the two voices we would hear were the two people who died in that fire.
My mom told me that much about her conversation. When I did my own research she was right. So, as things were strange living there, it wasn't scary but, very different.
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