While many paranormal stories are embellished and exaggerated through the years -- by products of rumors and hearsay, without doubt -- there are still several tales which can be substantiated by newspaper stories, historical artifacts, and eyewitness accounts. To turn into a particularly famous ghost story, the story must incorporate a history of known violence, repeated paranormal activity, direct contact with visitors and extreme actions.
The Brown Lady of Raynham Hall is definitely an infamous story because this particular apparition continues to be so reliably photographed. While she hasn't seemed since 1936, many witnesses reported seeing a woman apparition in a long brown cape or dress. During the early 1800s, King George IV said he saw a girl with disheveled hair in the brown dress standing over his bed. Later, an 1835 house guest, Colonel Loftus, reported he saw a woman wearing a brown satin dress with empty eye sockets.
Captain Frederick Marryat slept within the "haunted room" looking to catch a glimpse, but surprisingly encountered her carrying a lantern down an upstairs hallway. Two little boys reported seeing her in 1926 and also the famous photograph caught her on camera in 1936, when Captain Provand and Indre Shira had to have a photo from the staircase for Country Life Magazine. Legend has it, the paranormal happenings result from a female named Lady Townshend, who had previously been suspected of infidelity and reportedly secured at home by her cruel husband until her death.
A different one of the very famous paranormal stories may be the Winchester Mystery House in San Jose, California. As legend has it, Sarah Winchester was distraught following the successive deaths of her baby, her father-in-law and her husband, who died of sudden tuberculosis. After speaking to a psychic, she belief that her family was cursed by paranormal spirits who had met their bitter fate at the end of a Winchester gun.
To avert being cursed and killed herself, she felt she'd to continuously keep building a mansion to store the spirits and them satisfied. The result would be a $5.5 billion dollar haunted mansion, using a number of bizarre design features intended to confuse the malevolent ghosts -- doors to nowhere, vaults within vaults, windows that exposed to blank walls, trap doors, secret hallways, and staircases that cause ceilings. Today, visitors often report the sounds of footsteps, organ playing, pictures of faces in windows.
The Amherst Poltergeist is one of Canada's most terrifying paranormal stories. After 19-year-old Esther Cox of Amherst, Quebec was raped by the shoemaker, Esther and her sisters began experiencing violent activities, with thunderous noises received from under the bed, objects moving throughout the floor and unseen forces moving beneath the bed linens. Esther's body turned red and swelled mysteriously and reports from Dr. Carritte say he was baffled with what he saw.
Based on the doctor, there wasn't any clear medical reason for the swelling and the man watched an unseen hand scrawl the words "Esther Cox you happen to be mine to kill" over the plaster wall. Potatoes and knives flew over the room. Esther's face was poked by sewing needles and her back was stabbed having a pocketknife wrenched from her friend's hand. Lit matches caused beds at home to erupt into flames on more than one occasion. Irrespective of where Esther moved, the presence did actually follow her. After she spent monthly in prison for supposedly starting a house burning, the paranormal happenings subsided, nevertheless the ghostly stories remain one of the most frightening.
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