34 Super-Creepy Real-Life Stories That Read Like Horror Movies

29. Ghosts in the Navy yard

“I see ghosts all the time at work. It doesn’t matter for the time of day, indoors or out. I work at a 250-year old naval shipyard. I’ve worked all three shifts. In fact, I’ve seen more ghosts in the daytime than at night. Most are full-fledged apparitions, and one has even spoken to me. I don’t have reason to doubt these occurrences, as they only happen at work and if they were a product of my mind, they would happen elsewhere too. It doesn’t creep me out. I’d really like to keep one in one place for more than a second so I could talk to it. I think the total count is six or seven by now.”

30. Loud static in the other room

“Not very riveting, but when I was around 10, I heard unexplainable noises. It was around 2 in the morning, everyone was asleep. I’d locked myself in the office. I think I was on YouTube when all of a sudden static started playing loudly from the other room. More quietly, there was music, a haunting kind of singing, playing. I was scared shitless, and after around 30 seconds it stopped. I investigated, but I couldn’t find a single way to explain that. Makes me think to this day.”

31. Portrait of Marie Antoinette hanging from a tree

“Someone hung a portrait of Marie Antoinette on the tree in front of my house.”

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