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▶ The Devil’s Tramping Ground

The Devil’s Tramping Ground, located in Chatham County, North Carolina is said to be where the devil paces at night to plot how to bring human souls to damnation.

Below I have linked some sites that will tell you all about The Devil’s Tramping Ground.





please post this as anon!

Last year, I noticed something in my room that I hadn’t before. A cross that my mom had put up. Since I’m agnostic (and therefore don’t really believe in God) I decided I didn’t want it on my wall and thought it would be funny to hang it on my door upside down. So, I grabbed some tape, grabbed the cross, and taped it to my door upside down. I didn’t think anything of it.

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I got ballsy one day and decided to look up demon sigils. Lucifer's is very easy to remember and it says summoning can rely on simply remembering the sigil. Guess who has been showing up in my dreams for over a year now. :/

Loudon Road

There’s a old country road on the outskirts of my small town called Loudon Road. The road has always been known to be the local “dare” among high school student looking for a scare. I recently went out on the road with a friend and her family.

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No Clocks in Hell

This isn’t really anything scary. It’s just something that kind of shocked me when it happened. A few months ago, I decided to ask my friends if anyone wanted to do a Ouija board session with me.

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A Haunting in New Hall

I go to university in Connecticut. I live in the second newest building on campus, but the property is very old and has a dark history. Buildings on campus served as orphanages and hospitals. Some places have even been the site of satanic ritual.

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Dangerous Ouija Board

This happened to my sister when I was younger and even though I don’t really believe Ouija boards in general are dangerous (since they’re literally toys marketed by Hasbro), I still have no idea how to explain how this happened or what was actually going on.

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▶ The Werewolf of Bedburg

The True Story of a Monster that terrorized a German village for years with unspeakably cruel crimes and murders. 

In the late 16th century, the town of Bedburg, Germany was terrorized by a diabolical creature that slaughtered its cattle and snatched away its women and children, killing them with unspeakable morbidity. The shocked and horrified townspeople feared that they were being victimized by a raving demon from Hell or, just as bad, a bloodthirsty werewolf who lived among them.

This is the true story of Peter Stubbe - the Werewolf of Bedburg - whose crimes plunged a German town already beset by political and religious turmoil into an unimaginable nightmare, and whose heinous murders rival the bloody viciousness of any of today’s most gruesome slasher movies.

WARNING: The extreme cruelty of the crimes in this case, detailed below, are highly disturbing and not for the squeamish, faint-of-heart or young children.

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▶ Victim of the Beast 666

IN A NONDESCRIPT section of the Salt Lake City Cemetery lies a small gravestone that bears an inscription so unusual that it has for years aroused curiosity, rumor, speculation - even fear - within those who have encountered it. While surrounding grave markers are inscribed with such common inscriptions as “devoted mother,” “beloved husband” or simply “in loving memory,” the gravestone of Lily E. Gray is inscribed with the mysterious and highly provocative phrase: “Victim of the Beast 666.”

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▶ The Jersey Devil

There is a terrifying creature, they say, that haunts the dense pine barrens of New Jersey, and its frightening appearance earned it the name of The Jersey Devil.

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▶ The Blood Countess of Transylvania

Countess of Transylvania, vampire: Born 1560/61; died, August 21, 1614.

In order to improve her complexion and also to maintain her failing grasp on her youth and vitality, she slaughtered six hundred innocent young women from her tiny mountain principality.

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