Creepy stories are always a hit unless you are the star of one. There are hundreds of internet discussions about ghosting, strange noises, unexplained incidents, etc. And it is always the personal experiences that cause the most interaction Warning
A hotel guest found more than he expected when he was in a drawer discovered an annoying handwritten note that was believed to have been left there by a previous guest. In December 2014, Amy Jones was staying in an Edinburgh hotel when she discovered the scary message that said, "Don't open the locked door!" Don't trust his whisper. Get out of here … ”
Instead of freaking out, Jones took a picture of the note and uploaded it to Twitter. She then went to sleep with the door in question facing her from across the room. The next morning, she let her Twitter followers know that she was still alive and that she hadn't heard a whisper from the door.
9 Satanic Panic
In November 2019, an unnamed source reported the killing of a sheep in the New Forest in Hampshire. Pentagrams, an inverted cross and the number 666 were painted on the body of the sheep. It had been stabbed. In addition, a heifer and two calves with stab wounds were found in Bramshaw and Linwood.
When the police investigated the incident, they found that an inverted cross and 666 were also on the door of St. Peter's Church in Bramshaw. The New Forest has a historical connection to witchcraft, but the locals had never experienced anything "occult" before the sheep incident. The residents are said to be very concerned about what happened and hope that the police will hold the perpetrators of the crime of "satanic graffiti" accountable.
8 Sucked into a Grave
The sun had just set on December 19, 2016 when 64-year-old Joanne Cullen arrived at the Long Island Cemetery to visit her parents' burial ground. She discovered a bent arch on the wreath over the property's headstone and bent to repair it. The ground gave way under her feet and she sank into her grave up to her hips.
The unexpected event caused her to lose her balance and topple over, hit her head on the headstone and crack a tooth. She desperately reached for the side of the headstone and called for help, but no one heard it.
After she finally managed to crawl out of the grave, she immediately left the cemetery and refused to return. A lawyer also sued Cullen to sue the cemetery owners, citing emotional problems and nightmares that resulted from the horrific incident.
At the beginning of 2019, a woman fell asleep on an airplane on the way to Toronto. When she woke up the plane was empty, dark and it was almost midnight. Fortunately, she managed to open the plane door and was rescued by the crew on the ground.
Another woman in Xi'an, China, was in an elevator in late January 2016 after the mechanics parked and left him on the first floor of the apartment building where she lived.
Unfortunately, the men did not return until a month later and found the decomposing remains of the woman in them; Her hands were disfigured from trying to escape her steel prison. It is alleged that the men never opened the elevator to look for passengers, just called and when they received no response, turned off the elevator, and celebrated the Chinese New Year.
The victim is said to have been mentally disabled and was identified only by her last name, Wu. Her family reported her disappearance, but did not search for her inside or outside the building.
6 Ghost couple
On November 10, 2019, 60-year-old Soong Rui-xiong left home and went on a hike into the Pingtung Mountains. He did not return home and his family anxiously searched for him for 10 days before a villager discovered Soong and escorted him to the nearest police station.
Soong apparently climbed a rock face during his hike and lost his glasses in the process, leading to confusion. Then he found a cave to stay in for a few days, but after realizing that if he didn't have a rescue plan, he would die there. He then told his family that he drank water from a stream and ate plants after eating out on the mountains the day he left.
When Soong was asked about his torture, he also claimed that a couple of ghosts had met with him outside the cave and had walked with him for two hours. He believed that they were the old spirits of the native Taiwanese, and he continued to claim that they disappeared silently from his side as soon as he reached the path that led down the mountain.
5 Healed from a Spirit
Diane Berthlot suffered from an illness after surgery to remove the gallbladder. She was sick for several months and was given many medications, including antibiotics for infection. Still, she decided to go to Norfolk on vacation. During her time there in 1975, she went to Worstead Village Church to sit down and rest.
While they were sitting on a bench, her husband and son went around the church and took pictures of the inside. Diane felt very sick, bowed her head, and prayed for healing. She suddenly felt a tingling sensation all over her body and a feeling of comforting warmth.
Six months later, Diane felt at the top of the world. Her husband decided to develop the pictures they had taken on their trip, and as they looked through them both gasped. One of the pictures showed a woman in old-fashioned clothing and a hood, who was sitting right behind Diane in Worstead Church. Diane immediately knew that this woman had healed her.
The couple returned to the church and showed the picture to the pastor, who told them that he believed the woman in the picture was the & # 39; White Lady & # 39; who was a healer hundreds of years ago , Legend has it that on Christmas Eve 1830 a man climbed into the church tower and shouted that he was not afraid of the White Lady and would kiss her if she showed up. When his friends were looking for him hours later, he was sitting alone in a corner and whispered "I saw her" to himself. He died shortly afterwards.
4 A Controversial Gift
Most people did not take Helen Duncan as a medium seriously after it turned out that her predictions and communication with ghosts was a big fat lie. During the 1920s, she held seances and produced ectoplasm, but she and her spirit guide, Peggy, soon became mockery and few used their services.
Then, in November 1941, Duncan held a meeting claiming to have contacted the spirit of a sailor on board HMS Barham. This meant that she knew the ship had sunk before it was announced.
However, not everyone was convinced that this strange claim was the true case, and a researcher believed that she had only used rampant gossip to make some extra money for her young business. This conclusion did not prevent the British authorities from arresting and prosecuting Duncan under the Witchcraft Act. She was sentenced to 9 months in prison.
Over time, other media became convinced that Duncan was indeed one of them and had a real talent. Some even try to clarify her name, but Helen Duncan remains a very controversial topic in discussions about the supernatural and supernatural.
3 Bleeding Walls
When 77-year-old Minnie Winston got up to stand while bathing on September 8, 1987, she noticed a pool of red liquid on the floor. She looked closer and saw that it was blood. When she looked around the bathroom, she saw blood pouring from the walls and running across the floor into the adjacent hallway.
Fearing that something might have happened to her husband, she called him. When he appeared in the corridor, he showed no signs of bleeding. Frightened now, Minnie called the police. Officials ransacked the couple's house but found nothing to produce this amount of blood. They took some of it to test it and later came to the conclusion that it was human type O blood. Neither Minnie nor her husband had this blood type.
The cause of the “bleeding walls” is still unknown.
2 Bones in socks
On December 10, 2018, an unnamed customer bought a pair of socks from a Primark store in Colchester. What turned out to be very banal was quite unsettling when the customer came home, took the socks out of the packaging and discovered a human bone in one of them.
The incident was reported to the police on January 2, 2019, and Essex officials opened an investigation. Unfortunately, they could only find that the bone was part of a human finger. The police found no connection to a crime and thought the incident was a hoax. However, no obvious DNA tests were done on the bones, and so the identity of the person who owned them is still a mystery.
1 Pennywise in real life
A less fun joke has frightened the pants off in Ukraine since early December 2019. A person disguised as Pennywise from IT decided to hide behind bridges and in trash cans that showed up when unsuspecting passersby came by. The clown also pretended to spill gasoline over cars at a gas station while people were paying inside. Some patrons were so afraid that they ran away and left their vehicles behind.
Videos of these pranks have gone viral, but have also caught the attention of local law enforcement agencies. Criminal proceedings have been opened against Pennywise under Part 2 of Article 300 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine, since it is believed that the brains behind the clown operation are trying to promote violence.
Pennywise, however, struggles. On social media, he said that since his pranks don't affect children or the elderly, he won't stop and just started.