Growing up our house was haunted. We would see shadow figures and black misty forms. We would also hear scratching and tapping on the walls. Doors would open and close on their own. You would also hear strange sounds like growls. Being Catholic, we've had the house blessed several times. My family still lives in the house. I live in Colorado now, but I still visit. On my last visit I saw a shadow figure. For whatever reason an inordinate number of UFOs
can be seen from the backyard. I don't know whether these black shadow figures are ghosts, spirits, or ET's.|
Submitted by Sabra |
Comment by Chris: That one is a thinker. It seems like a Native American haunting with the shadows tapping on the walls and completely not caring about the religious rites done on the house, but there is no conventional reason why something like that should or would be happening in Euclid.
There are a lot of ''demonic'' hauntings in Youngstown that automatically make me want to assume that they're ghosts of old gangsters and murderers who won't leave and are aggressive, but they seem to be legitimately scared of the praying and blessings.
Only thing I can say is if it's Native American, there probably isn't a burial ground there, and while there was rumored to have been a burial mounds in Cleveland which was destroyed in the 1800s, I doubt its existence. There definitely shouldn't be any sacred site there, so my best guess would have to be a random single burial which was abandoned and the building of the house disturbed.
Either that or one of the places they dumped all the supposed native burials they kept finding while building Eerie, Pa were secreted away to Euclid or someone who owned that house stole an artifact from a burial mounds burial ground or sacred site.
Comment by Sabra: I'm the one who wrote this post. I feel it's Native American. Before the interstate was built and there were woods in back of our street, I would find many arrow heads. The shadow figures that I saw reminded me of Native Americans.
Comment by Chris: Well... All I've been able to figure out so far is that the original native village Cleveland is built over was always presumed to have been eerie but turns out to have been an unknown tribe of people currently called the Whittlesey culture who were believed to be Algonquian (albeit during the contact period it was Wyandot living there, I believe). One defining feature of their people is that instead of having one big communal burial ground for the whole tribe, they opted for tons of smaller local burial grounds and archaeologists always seem to find one for just about every single village site within one to two miles of the village. Don't know if anyone every found one associates to the Cleveland Village site, but I suppose it's possible. Either that or Euclid was build on sacred land. It's be impossible to know that one for sure though since the tribe in question is lost to history.
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