Saturday, October 9, 2010
Haunting in The Abandoned
There are many stories about this place. I've actually read quite a few online. It is not uncommon to read of ghosts and eery hauntings involving these abandoned buildings--stories which make chills travel up and down one's spine.
There's a gaunt white-haired woman who stands at the tops of stairs, or on the balcony. When her presence is noted she simply vanishes into thin air. Or another sighting of a ghostly woman dressed in black. She has long unkempt hair and moans--stretching her arms as though to embrace interlopers. It is said she was a patient from a mental hospital who died of exposure in the surrounding woods. Or what about sightings of a bent old man who walks the empty hallways of The Abandoned in the midnight hours, lighting his way with a lantern, or flickering candle?
Are these stories true? Probably not. But sometimes there is a feeling in The Abandoned which is frightening and I've heard some have been told to watch out for the Shadow People.
WARNING: Anyone wishing to visit The Abandoned, must have permission from the owners.