Long Beach, California Ghost Sightings - PAGE 11
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Submitted by Hally
Comment by Aaron: Unfortunately, I think you are correct about inviting them in. You shouldn't use sage or anything rituals unless you know what to do. Sometimes these mistakes can be made and can end up very bad. I would love to help you with this problem you are having. Please give me a email at aaronlikesturtles @gmail. Com.
Categories: knocking, dogs, home
I moved out of E. 1st Street in Long Beach because I kept feeling something in the room. When I moved out my upstairs neighbor with whom I'd only exchanged an occasional hello asked me if I was moving out because of the ghost, informing me that the last tenant moved out because of a ghost.
When I inquired with the landlord I was informed that my apartment was part of a converted garage in which a doctor in the front house performed operations for indentured servants who could not afford medical care.|
I'm posting this in case any past present or future tenants have had similar experiences. Though I never saw the ghost for some reason I was certain it was a little girl.
Submitted by Glen
Comment by A Tenant: Curious which address you are referring to. jasinbach84 @gmail .com.
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