Gilroy, California Ghost Sightings - PAGE 3
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It was an interesting place.
Submitted by Nik
Categories: alley, market, church, cemetery, home
It was the summer of 2013 I remember I had three best friends. We took turns staying over at each other's houses. I was fifteen at the time, and Molly, Jessica and Sloan were all twelve or thirteen. We lived by the Luigi Aprea Elementary School, so usually we met friends at the park in the evening, and after they'd leave we'd hop the school fence to play with the children's school things and playgrounds. We never took anything though. One of my friends was familiar with the story of the school being haunted being that she attended there as a child.
It was told the library was haunted, and at night you'd see a woman's figure. One summer night we walked two blocks from her house to hop the fence. It was about 9:30 or 10:00 pm. We all looked in the windows and doors of the library for about twenty minutes. Then I saw a woman figure about 5' 9'' maybe 140 pounds. She seemed as if she was an American lady with short shoulder length hair. I thought I was tripping out, but I checked again, and she still was there. I ran out the kindergarten school side entrance crying rather than focusing on looking for them. They ran after me to see if I was ok. That night I was the only one to see that ghost. After we ran home terrified we researched that. Before the school was there it was an Indian burial ground, so she must have been from the 1700s-1800s. Cool!.
Submitted by Natalia |
Categories: indians, library, park, school, children
I can't quite remember what house it was I lived in being that it was the first house that I ever lived in. I am now 21 years old. I do know that it was about 3 houses from the creek running through the middle of Gilroy. My mom told me that in this house she at night could hear a pencil running off the kitchen table and hitting the floor, but there would be no sign of any pencil when she would check on it. We also had an attic of sorts, and there would be footsteps / rustling coming from there. I had an experience at around 4 or 5. My one vivid childhood memory of me was in my bathroom. All of a sudden the lights cut out and the door slams shut as I can see a sitting figure in the corner of the bathroom door as it is slamming shut. I cried and my mom came to check on me. About 2 or 3 years ago my mom told me she did some research and found out that a young woman that had lived there died in a car crash. My mom believes that she is the spirit that had haunted us. Either way I believe that there is a spirit in that house.
Submitted by Daniel
Categories: attic, bathroom, creek, lights, man
I used to live at a haunted house located on Millias Court. I was only 5 or 6, now I'm 13 and we used to hear screams. I have been pushed and my mom would see me talking to someone, and would say who are you talking to, and I would say the pregnant lady in a white dress with red shoes. My aunt has been choked and she explained her to have no eyes, white dress with no teeth. And we have heard cries. My grandma is a physic and we called her over, she said she felt something really dark, sad, and lonely. So we moved out and haven't had any problems, but that house has some crazy stuff going on.
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