Real EMTs Share True Ghost Stories When life and death is an integral part of your job, you’re bound to have a strange experience or two. We’ve already heard from nurses and cops, now it’s time for the EMTs. Here are 5 true ghost stories I found on paramedic forums and message boards. Together Forever “I’ve had a couple of weird calls. While en route, we noticed the husband’s arm had come loose so I went back to re-strap it. Will I Go to Heaven? She then told me ‘I am going to heaven and I know it,’ and I asked her how she knew that and she told me something that I will never ever forget. Well, to tell you I was pretty well affected by that statement. We then prayed and I will never forget that interaction between the two of us. Otherworldly Screams at the ER “I have had fellow coworkers swear that strange things have occurred in the ER. 666 “We responded to a ‘sick call’ at about 4 a.m. We went out to get the stretcher, and when we came back in he had crapped himself. Poor guy, I hope he’s ok now.” Like this post?
Southern Ghost Stories, Folktales, Myths and Legends from The Moonlit Road.com Tesla - Master of Lightning: A Weapon to End War Tesla inherited from his father a deep hatred of war. Throughout his life, he sought a technological way to end warfare. He thought that war could be converted into, "a mere spectacle of machines." In 1931 Tesla announced to reporters at a press conference that he was on the verge of discovering an entirely new source of energy. War clouds were again darkening Europe. The idea generated considerable interest and controversy. By 1937 it was clear that war would soon break out in Europe. What set Tesla's proposal apart from the usual run of fantasy "death rays" was a unique vacuum chamber with one end open to the atmosphere. Of all the countries to receive Tesla's proposal, the greatest interest came from the Soviet Union. Tesla hoped that his invention would be used for purely defensive purposes, and thus would become an anti-war machine. Tesla also contemplated peacetime applications for his particle beam, one being to transmit power without wires over long distances.
Eh?Canada IS HAUNTED!!!!! Alberta - Edmonton - Jhon A. Mcdougall Elementary school - During the lunch hour a young girl can be seen climbing up and down the stairs. Rumor has it the girl died when she was sliding down the banister of the stairwell and she was pushed off backwards. Alberta - Edmonton - The Macdonald Hotel- A horse and carriage often be heard running through the halls of the top floor. They are never seen only heard. Alberta - Edmonton - Victoria School of Performing and Visual Arts - The school's theatre, the Eva O. Alberta - Edmonton - Walterdale Theater - This was originally built as a fire hall in the 1920's, it was converted to a non-profit theatre playhouse in the 1960's, though not absolutely sure. Alberta - Fort Macleod - The Empress Theater -There's a resident at the Empress who never goes home for the night. Alberta - Grande Prairie - Crystal park school - Reports of a ghostly man and woman emerging from the statue holding hands and are in a bluish-white color. Manitoba - Winnipeg - St.
Scary Things! Ghost Pics | Real Scary Ghost Videos | Ghost On Tape | Scary Ghost Pictures Aokigahara: Japan's Haunted Forest of Death Located at the base of Mt. Fuji, Aokigahara is perhaps the most infamous forest in all of Japan. Also known as the Sea of Trees, Suicide Forest, and Japan’s Demon Forest, Aokigahara has been home to over 500 confirmed suicides since the 1950s. Called “the perfect place to die,” Aokigahara is the world’s second most popular place for suicide (the Golden Gate Bridge being the first). A Horrifying Legend is Born Legend says that this all started after Seicho Matsumoto published a novel by the name of Kuroi Kaiju (Black Sea of Trees) in 1960. Wataru Tsurumui’s controversial 1993 bestseller, The Complete Suicide Manual, is a book that describes various modes of suicide and even recommends Aokigahara as the perfect place to die. Japan’s suicide rate is already bad enough as it is, and having this forest and suicide manual on top of it all is pretty terrible. In addition, there are many other ghost and demon stories associated with the forest. Terrifying Topography An Unfortunate Suicide Hotspot
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Written Hauntings 20 Spectacular Abandoned Mansions of the World All over the world, grand mansions, stately homes and other opulent residences that have fallen into ruin are reminders of an elegant past and the changing nature of the times. Underscoring both a rich history and the transience of existence, the reasons behind their abandonment may range from lost fortunes and changing fashions to war, violence and myriad other factors. Today, the crumbling remnants of these great houses serve as a window in time and offer urban explorers the opportunity to capture the ruins in all their glory. In this article, we’ll travel to 20 of the most impressive abandoned mansions across the world. (Image: Bousure, cc-nc-nd-3.0) Browse the gallery via the thumbnails below each image or click the “return to the main article” link to come back to this page. Keep Browsing
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