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Submitted by Anonymous

       Categories: lantern, field, relatives, bridge, road

Fort Mill does need a paranormal team. I've had quite a few experiences in our home through the years. After a while we've gotten used to friends coming to us through the years, and the first thing out of their mouths is ''I know you'll think I'm crazy,'' and I'd respond asking ''who did you see?'' Always the same descriptions. People would hear walking through the kitchen and hear doors opening and closing. I've had friends as they were leaving screaming hysterically outside banging on my door for me to get out of my house because there was a man (detailed description) looking out the attic window at them.

I've taken a picture via phone of my side porch, and a month later checking out pictures and noticed one out of the three I captured a picture of an angel. It blew everyone away when they saw it. My neighbor tripped out over it too. He was standing sideways in front of a sun light window, head and shoulders blocking the window, head turned looking at me, brown hair, slight brown shadowed beard, dressed in white long sleeved shirt, and his beautiful white feathered wings pressed against his back. He was solid blocking the wall and window where he was leaning forward and head and shoulders blocked sunlight. I saw nothing when I took the picture.
Unfortunately my phone crashed and lost all my info, but glad I have witnesses. These are just a few of many we've had through the years, nothing harmful, but a few scary for some of our friends, only because it caught them off guard. Fort Mill definitely needs a well-balance paranormal team that doesn't shake up easy. There's plenty to investigate in this town.
Submitted by Carol

Comment by Brian: I run a paranormal investigation team. We'd love to come out and investigate sometime. Give us a call at 843-301-3680 or email at melloparanormal323 @ gmail. com youtube. com/channel/ucuybkgpngqievczi_zkoxma.


I used to work as a security guard at the Springs Executive Building in Fort Mill on the third shift. Things seemed normal at first, but one night I went into the snack room to get a soda when I heard footsteps coming from the main lobby. The footsteps sounded like a child running. I immediately went to the lobby, but nothing was there. It was so scary to hear that. That was just the beginning. I would hear the footsteps at different times. Now one night I went to do my rounds, and I went downstairs where there is an old Grandfather Clock. One time I passed the clock, and it was bonging like crazy, and the glass door on it flew opened. I ran away and stayed upstairs all night. The next morning I told my boss that I have another job and never returned. .

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