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away. I will give a ghost credit where it's due. Once I was carrying a lot of laundry down to the basement, and the light was off. I was halfway down the stairs when the lights turned on. I was more happy than scared, but I thought it was funny.

Side note: For all the folks who lived in or around Van Voorhis, all the homes were torn down (the ugly 2-story quadruplex buildings). Same thing with Estrada so majority of these places might not be haunted
    anymore. However, I can't speak for those people. For all I know those ghosts could've died with the demolition.
Submitted by JMur


       Categories: basement, lights, man, home


Back in 2016 I was staying in Yeoman Hall facing Spearhead Division Road. I am retired from the army now, but those that know understand that Yeoman Hall is a DVQ. A person at my rank and experience doesn't scare easily. That night around 0015 I heard a horrible scream and smelled like a bad pork roast from outside. I looked out my window. Across the street in the middle of the field was a man screaming on fire running towards the houses. I put on my flip flops and ran down the center stairwell and out the front door. The smell was gone, and the screaming stopped. I walked across the street in nothing but flip flops, pt shorts, and a tan t-shirt.

I crossed the street, crossed the field, and expected to find a dead burnt man. There was nothing but a dark house with two back porches, a yellow car, and a grill. Normal back yard. I turned around to go back to bed, and right in my face was the burning man screaming soundlessly and suddenly disappeared with the smell of burnt pork ribs. I gasped for air. My heart pounded in my chest like I had just finished my two-mile run. I went back to my room, took four shots of KY Bourbon, and went to sleep with the lights on. I dropped my retirement papers the next week to leave the army reserve. I live in Texas now. I will never ever return to Ft. Knox.
Submitted by Old time veteran

 

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