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On March 6th 2010 my wife and I were taking a walk on the San Leandro marina and she kept asking me if I could hear Native Americans singing songs. I told her I could not hear anything. I will keep on doing some research on another haunting that took place just across the street from my house in San Leandro and keep you posted.
Submitted by Lawrence
Categories: home, noises
I know of three paranormal incidents my mom experienced as a child, but can only recall the main parts and have forgotten some of the details. Here is what I remember. Mom lived in two different houses in San Leandro while growing up and I am not completely certain which stories belong to which house, but I am pretty sure they all took place in the house where my mom was born in 1925.That house is on the corner of Harlan Street and San Leandro Boulevard near the railroad tracks and the bart station. It is still standing today. The other house where my mom's family moved to when she was a little older used to stand on cherry Street, but was destroyed by fire when the nearby paint factory blew up in the 1950's.Anyway, part of the history of the house on Harlan Street was that a previous owner had hanged himself from the chandelier in the dining room - what connection that has (if any) to the following stories is Uncertain.It does not seem to be the origin story though since one of the ghosts was a woman. The story of this woman went like this. One evening my grandmother and a couple of other female relatives ( my aunt xxxx was one of them I think, but I cannot recall for sure) saw the ghost of a woman in the dining room.The ghost actually spoke to my grandmother and said she was looking or her necklace. Grandma and the others were so frightened they ran upstairs and hid in my mother's room. When grandpa came home from work he found them hiding upstairs and they told him they would not go downstairs and why.He then laughed at them, gave them a bad time and then went downstairs to prove they were wrong. When he came back to the up to the bedroom a little while later he was not laughing and he looked very shook up.He refused to say what he saw and would never speak of the incident again. Another story was something that happened more than once and that was that sometimes at night, the family would hear the sound of coins rolling down the stairway from the second to the first floors of the house.The third story happened to my mother when she was a young girl. She had been saving her pennies and kept them under her pillow. Grandma and grandpa had told her not to do this, but she did so anyway until one night she was awakened to see a pair of disembodied hands counting her money.Even as an adult my mother did not like talking about this incident because it still frightened her. .
Submitted by Anonymous |
Comment by Sandy: Would love to get in contact with the person that wrote this story of her family living on cherry Street when the paint factory blew up. I was there also... Please email me @ sandyjrg@comcast. Net thanks!.
Categories: home, lady, sounds, family, relatives
I have lived in a haunted house for many year . I live at Hollister CT. San Leandro, CA. I bought the house in 1976. After we bought the house the neighbor kids wanted to know why I bought the haunted house.
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