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2. That’s Right

"I was at a slumber party in 8th grade with a few of my friends when we decided (stupidly) to have a seance in her unfinished basement. We were having fun and giggling as we were trying to figure out who to summon when someone suggested Jack the Ripper (a serial killer from the late 1800’s) and I immediately got a pit in my stomach.

“No,” I spoke up, “we shouldn’t summon something evil.”

“That’s right,” called a MAN’S VOICE from the other side of the cellar. (!!!!)

There were no boys or men there (we were home alone).

Another girl and myself heard it.

I’ll never be the same." - Abby

1. For anyone with loud upstairs neighbors
"My sister and I were staying at an old, historic hotel in middle of nowhere Montana. The building had been in use since the 1800s. My sister loves this place and has frequented it many times over the years.

I was kept up all night by someone pacing around on the hardwood floors in the room above ours. Drove me crazy.

In the morning, I asked my sister how she could sleep through it and she told me that the upstairs of the building used to be a ballroom, but now it's carpeted and empty. The hotel staff confirmed that nobody was up there and furthermore, if they were, I wouldn't have heard heels on hardwood floor.

Weeeiiiird.” - Kristi

This terrifying photo was taken by Robert C. Wiles and published in Life Magazine with the caption: “At the bottom of the Empire State Building the body of Evelyn McHale responses calmly in grotesque bier, her falling body punched into the top of a car”.

A young and pretty Evelyn It’s one of the most famous Empire State Building suicide victims. She jumped from the 86th-floor observatory in 1947 and landed on the roof of a limousine. McHale’s death was given its title as “the most beautiful suicide.” When she died, she was still wearing pearls and white gloves.

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