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Submitted by Patrick


This happened in Hampton South Sioux City on November 13th, 2020. All night I heard heavy loud footsteps above my room and all over the hotel hallways. They were on the third floor and on the second floor where my room was. They were very loud heavy foot sounds very quick and rapid. It had to be a very active child running around in the middle of the night. It was hard to sleep, but then the footsteps stopped. I looked at the foot of my bed. Here was this little boy about 8 years old playing in my hotel room with a deck of cards. I asked him if he would like me to play with him. He said ''yes'' as he was setting up the cards. I asked him if he knew the difference between some people that can see him and others they can't. He said yes he could tell which people have the ability to see him. Then he disappeared, and the flipping rapid heavy footsteps started again. Then I asked my boyfriend if he heard the footsteps last night. He said no he didn't hear any footsteps.
Submitted by Michelle

       Categories: hotel, footsteps, children, sounds

I grew up on West 15th and Rebecca in a very old creepy house. Everyone who came over was scared of my house. At night our block was super dark. It just made things that much scarier. It was a duplex with a shared basement. Downstairs in the basement there were two little manmade rooms that locked from the outside, and there were holes cut out at the bottom as if to slide a tray of food or something through. I don't even know, but the rooms were so sketchy. As a kid my upstairs neighbor and I would play in there.

>It would be scary/ exciting for us. Not long after we started playing in the little rooms I started experiencing stuff. My upstairs neighbors claim they would see a little girl, but it wasn't until I started playing in the rooms that I started experiencing multiple paranormal like stuff that I'm not even going to get into right now, but yes I would often see a big black shadow in my room that would paralyze me and leave me speechless. I would try to cry out for my mom or dad, but nothing would come out. I would even dream about this large black figure. In my dreams the big black shadow lived in the basement. Crazy thing is I still sometimes have dreams about living in that house and the black shadow in the basement. (I'm getting goose bumps right now.) I recently moved, but I honestly think Sioux City in general is cursed.
Submitted by Nessa


Years ago in southern Morningside between Lincoln Way and Glenn Avenue an old farm house located between where the 2700 Block of Coral and Cornelia Street are located burned down with no survivors out of a family of five. All that is today is a stone fireplace. To this day a woman dressed in pioneer clothing has been seen walking around the neighborhood weeping and calling for her children.

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