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Submitted by Ann

       Categories: phone, sounds

Well it's summer. Activity is not as high in the Walton Avenue area as it used to be. I don't tell too many people, but all this area up to Richie highway was all cemetery area. Souls were here, and I assume some are still around. Actually I know they truly are. I've seen them, as the others' stories here written has. I used to be really scared, but now I have accepted they are around. There are so many killings, drugs, and assault. Street kids would be walking all times of the night. Look at our society now. There are even people worshipping Satan. There was so much; I cannot even express.

I've seen them: the ghost and the orbs. Over in the grave yard energy flow from the graves. I saw black shadows, blacker than black, and I do mean ghost for many many years. Who are these souls that stalk Walton Avenue. I think in this house there was foul play. Someone killed and others dying before their time. And most of all if we only knew what our houses was built upon being 30 steps from the cemetery. But as told all this area was cemetery land. I am still trying to find out but will never know I assume. The ghost in this area will remain until there is closure to the ones killed the ones dug up and more. Secrets at Brooklyn Park MD 21225.
    Submitted by Geneva


Well, seeing a bit of activity not as much as before because I do not entertain as I used to but had a weird thing happen several days ago. I went to bed, and well as I was seeping into a deep sleep I cracked my eyes open, and I saw a pair of arms over my head and had an eerie feeling scared-like. The Hands were not see-through, but what I saw was from the elbow down. They were blacker than black. Kinda freaked me out! But I just said ''what the heck. I am going to sleep. '' I prayed as I did, and well that went away.

My daughter-in-law was here. She is 29. She slept downstairs and also had something at the same time. I did not know till the next night we told one another. She was really scared. She has never seen anything before, so that was a mess up for her since it scared her silly. I asked her ''well, tell me. '' She said something ran from the darkest part of the basement. It was not big, but it ran out of the darkness and right up the steps. I guess that was the black arms I saw, so another weird thing to add to many! Most of the time I just heard heavy bumps in the night. Something is walking when all is asleep so ghost still roams here!

Oh, almost forgot but on Feb. 1st, 2014 there was 3 large orbs in the yard racing around. They are blue in color then poof! Gone. I know folks around here see things. I sure wish they share what's happening with them. Well Until my next sighting WALTON IS STILL HAUNTED!!!.

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