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I recently acquired a part time job at a Wal-Mart in Roseburg, Oregon. It's open 24-7, and I work overnight, stocking freight. The crowds of the daylight hours are not present, although there is a fair amount of shoppers throughout the night, and including my co-workers, the store doesn't get all that empty. I came here to post this because I experience something that I feel needs to be looked into more, but I'm concerned that everyone I work with might only take me for a looney. It all started a couple months ago. I was working by myself, and the surrounding departments were unusually quiet. It wasn't quite break time, but maybe they left early for lunch or something.
Anyway, as I was stocking shelves, and I heard our wind chimes sound off. They were located in a garden/seasonal corner of the store, where there are no drafts or openings during the night. After a couple of times of hearing it, suddenly they all went off at once, so I walked over to see if there was a customer or someone who needed assistance. When I got there I called out. As I saw no one, but no one answered. Then again as I was standing there, the wind chimes all sounded off again, rattling before me. I was in shock, and I went and told a co-worker of mine who worked near shampoo after they returned from break. I also told another co-worker whom I felt I could trust with it, who worked in the foods department. Neither of them had experienced anything like it before, but they recalled a co-worker who had left before I was hired, who had been with the company for a long time. He apparently used to go on about people appearing to ask for a certain product and suddenly vanishing when he would turn back to them after pulling it from the shelf. He also used to talk about a time when a man who was working on maintenance had died from a heart attack in the back restroom. Since then, apparently he claimed that he refused to work in that back corner of the store after 3:00 am.
Apparently the lunch boxes in the Sporting Goods department would open and close, and items would be flung off of shelves. After hearing of all of this creepy history, I returned to work a little more prepared for the unusual. Now, just a few days ago, I was working in the same area - again with no one around, and I heard a voice say ''Please, help. '' When I turned to see who it was, no one was there. I turned back to my freight, and there was suddenly someone standing there. It was an older man, somewhat heavy-set, just standing there clutching his chest. He looked terrified. I immediately turned to run out of shock but stopped myself and thought I was being foolish and should help him. I stopped, turned around, and he was gone. I called out for anyone in the area and searched, but there was no one. My co-workers had left for lunch break, and there were no customers shopping in the surrounding area.
Submitted by A Concerned Employee |
Categories: restroom, alley, store, man
Oak park in Roseburg has at least three ghosts . Although they don't cause any big problems. A skinny male ghost shows itself upstairs in the hallway, he never bothers anyone. A ghost who lives in a room kicks the door when you leave.
But when you go back in no one's there. And there's a ghost who likes to play small pranks.
Submitted by Rob
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