YouTube Channel: Michelle McKay Paranormal
YouTube Channel: Michelle McKay Paranormal
Ghost report from Anonymous on July 23, 2016:
“So I go to school at Pelican Falls High School. It used to be a old Aboriginal residential school. So many people/kids have died in the area. We live on site so there is quite a bit of us in a single big house.
Usually when I’m upstairs alone I’d hear people in other rooms or the closet down the hall way, but no one would be upstairs.
There was this time I slept in room 4. There would be this little girl age 4-6 who would walk in almost every night and lay down in the middle of the room and disappear.
And when I moved to room 2 the same little girl would come in, but she wouldn’t be as nice and friendly as she used to be.
On multiple occasions I would wake up with scratches on my legs or arms. Once in a while I would have bruises on my wrists.
Other times you would be able to hear a man yelling in the hallway in the middle of the night. The male gender wouldn’t be allowed upstairs and our doors would be locked at 11pm, so no way they would get in at 2 am in the morning. And it would be scary, usually would have to listen to music and drain out the sounds.
We would be lucky if we could go a while without hearing or seeing anything. May I add this is about 30 minutes away from Sioux Lookout, Ontario, in the Lac Seul traditional territory.”
Ghost report from Rhiannon on December 3, 2015:
“One night during the summer I was on FaceTime with a friend and she saw something in my mirror. I couldn’t see it so she took a screenshot and sent it to me. When you look at it closely you can see a face, shaped as a skull. The photo creeped me out so I washed my mirror and all my windows.
When I woke up the next morning there were small hand prints on my mirror. I thought that maybe it was just my siblings messing with me, so I just ignored it.
The next few days after that I kept getting woken up at exactly 3am in the morning by weird noises in my bathroom. So I would get up and open the bathroom door and there was nothing, no one in there. After that I started covering the mirror on the bathroom door with a blanket and nothing happened for a while.
A few weeks later I figured that whatever was in my room was gone, so I stopped covering the mirror.
That night I was woken by the noise of my dog barking at something in the corner, but I didn’t see anything. A little bit later I woke up because I felt like I couldn’t breathe. When I looked up there was a black shadow figure standing at the end of my bed. I blinked and it was gone.
I never saw it again, it disappeared and was gone out of my life for good.”
Article by: Michelle McKay
Original photo (edited): By Onorland (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0] via Wikimedia Commons
This is an interesting poltergeist case that involved a brick being thrown through the window while the home was surrounded by police.
Located at 136 Clinton Avenue in Brooklyn, NYC, this Christmas haunting occurred during the Victorian era in 1878. The source of the reports can be traced back to a New York Times article published December 20, 1878. Kudos goes out to Nick Carr, a movie location scout in NYC, who came across this gem in the archives.
The headline for the article read:
“Door-bells rung, doors rattled, and a brick thrown through a window — a vain search for small boys”
The bit about searching for small boys doesn’t surprise me. Victorian era ghost hunting often entailed the search for “small boys” to rule out trickery. Even the great ghost hunter, Harry Price, made note of it.
During the time of the incidents, the house was owned by a gentleman named Edward F. Smith.
One evening, Mr. Smith heard his doorbell ring. He got up to answer the door, but nobody was there.
He returned to the sitting room, and the doorbell rang again. Just as the first time, no one was at the door.
This carried on throughout the evening, accompanied by the sounds of rattling, banging, and kicking from the two rear doors, which were said to have occurred “with great vigor”.
He concluded that the incidents were likely caused by wind, and he retired for the night.
The next evening, the rappings and doorbell ringing returned. They continued to plague the home every evening for two to three weeks.
“A watch was placed at each door and a guard placed in the yard. It was of no use, for the doors rattled and pounded just as violently, and the bell rang with all its accustomed loudness.”
Mr. Smith sprinkled flour and ashes along the approach to the front door in hopes of tracking the intruder’s footprints. But, alas, the doorbell was rung and no footprints were discovered.
Wanting to put an end to the unearthly harassment, he contacted local police.
On the eve of Monday, December 16, 1878, Captain McLaughlin and Detective Prieo of Brooklyn’s Fourth Precinct paid a visit to the house with the goal of discovering the source of the ghostly shenanigans.
Almost immediately upon arriving, the officers were greeted with the hellish pounding and bell ringing that claimed the home as its own. This carried on until 10:00 p.m. that evening.
Unable to determine the cause, or make any arrests, the police left and returned the following evening. However, once again, no cause was found and the talented spook was free to continue its eerie rappings and otherworldly bell ringing.
The next evening, on Wednesday, December 18, the police Captain stationed officers around the perimeter of the damned house, while he and the detective stood inside the house by the door. With everybody in position, they waited.
“In a moment or two the bell rang violently and several heavy blows were struck upon the door in quick succession.”
This was quickly followed by a large brick smashing through the dining-room window.
Although the house was surrounded by the keen eyes of police officers on alert, no culprit was seen.
Word of the haunted house spread quickly. Hundreds of people were found standing outside of the home when the New York Times reporter arrived on the Friday evening.
The reporter dodged his way through the crowd and knocked on the front door.
A boarder at the house, Mr. R. B. Thomas, answered the door and informed the reporter that Mr. Smith was “prostrated with nervousness” and could not be interviewed.
The boarder also told the reporter that Mr. Smith was
“inclined to lay it all to some evil spirit which had a grudge against some occupant of the house.”
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Ghost report on October 23, 2015:
“Me and my cousin moved into a large house in Beverly Hills after we got a job there. When we first moved there, I felt like a presence was there watching us, but I avoided it. And things were a little messed up, like small things starting to disappear all by itself and things not found where we kept them. It was only one month after we moved in when things started getting worse.
One day I was just watching the TV while my cousin was sleeping upstairs in her room. After 6-7 minutes my cousin came down and asked if I was knocking on her bedroom door, and I replied no. She again went to sleep and shortly after that she screamed from her room. I immediately went up and asked her what was going on. She said she again heard knocking on the door and when she opened it she saw no one, but out of the corner of her eye she saw a white figure running in the kitchen. She thought it was her imagination, but decided to check there and saw the same white figure staring at her then disappear.
Shortly after that our four year-old cousin Kaelyn came to stay with us for a week. When she first entered she began to stare at the corner of the hall. When we asked what she was staring at she pointed at the corner of the hall and asked “Who is she?” But there was no one. That night she started crying without a reason and said that the women she had seen in the hall had followed her upstairs.
I decided to sleep with her as she was very scared. At midnight something woke me up, it was a white figure and it told me to go away. When I went closer to get a clear view, I saw that the white figure was a woman all in white, even her hair and her skin were white. It freaked me out. As I got closer to touch her she disappeared.”
*The story below has also been featured in the above video*
Ghost report from Moe on October 6, 2015:
“It was late 2005; I was living in Prince Albert when a friend that just came to town rented a house for himself. A few days after he moved in he tells me that the house is haunted and he won’t stay there.
Being a sceptic, I did not believe him. We even spent a few nights trying to spot it, but didn’t see a thing. Still my buddy insisted that there was a black shadow walking around and abandoned the house.
A few weeks had passed, but he still had the keys so we had a little party. Around one or one thirty, everyone decided to leave and go home. I decided rather then go home, I’ll just stay at the house.
My buddy strongly suggested I did not stay there, but I wasn’t afraid and didn’t really believe anything was there anyways.
So everyone is gone and I’m all alone. So I go to the bedroom. Just after I lay down, I start to hear coughing. I dismiss the unusual sound for somehow being able to hear the neighbors.
Then I start to hear someone walking around in the house. At this point I was scared for the first time in my life. I wanted to jump out the window when at almost 3:00 a.m. exactly, someone wearing boots comes stomping up the stairs straight toward my room, pauses outside my door, then through the wall a shadow of a humanlike figure started to form in the room with me.
I was frozen, but when I saw the shadow I sat up and looked away only for a second. I looked back and it was gone, and no more noises.
I lied there, unable to get up and leave, when my buddy came back to see if I was alright.
I never went back and my buddy cancelled the lease. But now I know there’s more out there.”