Ghost Stories of an Antiquary by M.R. James, 1904
I just submitted this to travelchannel.com via the link Ghost Adventures tweeted, but I also felt like posting it because I thought you guys would appreciate it and I think it’s super cool.
My dad’s friend was taking a picture of his dog and you can see what looks like an apparition of a little girl in a dress standing in the doorway. CRAZY STUFF, MAN!
Luna Louise aka Audrey Benjaminsen
Demon’s Alley, West Milford NJ, unfortunately burnt down in Fall 2005.
According to the legend, a seemingly normal man moved into the neighborhood. Shortly after, weird pranks and incidents started occurring throughout the ordinary community. The new man in town suggested that the community should hold a town meeting regarding all the strange incidents happening. Little did the citizens know, this man was the leader of a dangerous cult. Once the man got all of the town’s citizens into his basement for the “meeting”, cult members poured into the basement from above and slaughtered all the citizens in the basement and fled. They were never caught.
It is said that there were “Satanic” messages all over the walls of these houses. Also that if you walked into some homes, the tables were set for dinner like the family might come through the door at any minute to eat. Demon’s Alley is supposedly haunted and people have reported that if you go late at night, you will be chased away by a white truck (the demons). The doors on the house were a very eerie sight. All of the boards on the doors had shades with pull cords painted on them. Some say that it was so the houses looked less vacant from a distance but it was still very odd.
Demon’s Alley was an attraction for tourists and teenagers to hang out and explore even though there were “no trespassing” signs posted everywhere throughout the community. It was patrolled by police cars, so people who went to visit had to be very sneaky. It was apparently dead silent in the community. There were no sounds of birds or insects. Just an eerie silence. Many don’t believe the legend but why would these families just leave the neighborhood and leave all their belongings behind? It’s a mystery we may never figure out but the legend still lives.
We really do have an attack ghost. His name is Friend.
by Roy DeCarava