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▶ Black Shuck

In Suffolk, England. Bungay has the usual village church, called St. Mary’s Church. In the 16th century, during a thunderstorm, the ghostly black dog Black Shuck broke into the church during a sermon and killed two. It then appeared at the Cathedral of the Marshes in nearby Blythburgh during the same thunderstorm, causing the church spire to collapse. The Black Shuck’s scratch marks are visible on the doors to this day.

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Hells Church

I believe in ghosts as i am a paranormal investigator. But i never thought i would encounter a demon like i did at this church. The place has an amazing history. i heard it was haunted so with my fiancee’, we went to the church with our equipment. The first time i ever went to the church i felt an immediate sense of fear and hate.

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The Stanleyville Cemetery

this never happened to me, but to somebody i used to be friends with. we’re not friends anymore due to some complications, but that is irrelevant to this story. it all started when my boyfriend and a friend of his were out cruising after graduating high school. we live in Ohio, and the place in question is in stanleyville ohio. my boyfriend and his friend, jared, were driving out this country back road when they came across an old, run down cemetery

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▶ The Voices of St Michan’s

St Michan’s Church, in Church Street, Dublin, is famous for the “charnel house” in its vaults.The dry air has mummified the corpses, there are about thirty such bodies.

Although the atmosphere is perfectly still, some visitors who have lingered for a while in the vault have reported hearing sounds of loud whispering, as in agitated discussion or argument. 

WATCH VIDEO ABOUT THIS STORY HERE.

▶ Newby Church Ghost

This well known “ghost” photo was snapped by Reverend K. F. Lord at Newby Church in North Yorkshire, England in the 1960’s. He claims he was merely taking a photo of the alter and didn’t see anything unusual at the time, until the photograph was developed. This particular photo has been the subject of many arguments and much controversy over the years due to the rather “fake” appearance of the figure in the photo.

The apparition picture appears to be a monk with hands folded in prayer and a ghastly face. The monk looks to be older than the building, from the time when monks were a common sight in England. Thus, it is likely the monk would date to before the time of Henry VIII, who closed down all monasteries.