Glen Burnie, Maryland Ghost Pictures

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In the early 1900s a house on Norman Road Glen Burnie, MD was known for the Goodner family's curse. It is said that one Tuesday afternoon in mid August, the four older siblings who were in charge of babysitting youngest brother got side tracked while playing.
Later found their youngest brother suffocated in some blankets, afraid of confronting their parents, it is said they buried there brother in the backyard under their shed and told their parents he went missing while playing.
The parents reported it as a missing child case. As the years passed, each of the children that were involved slowly went insane, 2 of the 4 ran away and never to be seen or heard from again. The eldest was placed in an insane asylum, and the 4th no one knows after he ran from police when being chased.

To this day every child living in that house is tortured by the screams of the buried child until finally committed to an insane asylum or leaves home. Every family since has been visited by the young child at night, and it is rumored that the screams will continue as long as children are in the home. - Ghost picture submitted by Porcshe

Comment by Ellie:
They need a psychic medium to release the soul of the child so it could evolve to the next plane. His soul is trapped. How sad. A white candle should burn in honor of that child.

Comment by Fredaricka:
The child's soul needs to be healed and released to the light. How very very sad to not have anyone to help this poor baby.

Comment by Siren:
Goddess bless the spirit of the child residing there. May he soon find peace. A white candle must be burned in his honor. Also incense of lavender cinnamon and thyme should be burned. Lavender for peace thyme for remembrance and cinnamon for warmth. Blessed be.

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