Warning: Info on the world's real most scariest haunted place you don't want to visit.
HAUNTED BY REAL GHOSTS
By Paige Margaret Gallagher
Many people live in real haunted houses. They in fact do lease them or rent, sublet and even own the property. But that does not cover the fact that many are real very haunted locations and the occupants don't know hey are being haunted.
Real ghost do not always make themselves known. No equipment nor psychic can ever identify a real haunted location if a real ghost does not want to show itself. Or actually for some strange supernatural reason just can't.
Emily Carr actually used her necromantic talents to summon a few spirits and ghosts from the other side to answer my query's. I brought her to my secluded home in upstate New York located near a great woods of the Adirondack Park.
Speaking directly to the dead and getting real answers is something that all of us are actually searching for in the pursuits of paranormal activity and investigation. After all the valid proof in all this is, is just seeking out the right person for the job.
I met this medium lady several years ago when she was here in New York city in early 1998. She afforded me the divine privilege to openly communicate with the dead face to face. She was Seance medium of local fame at the time who came here each year from Florida to summer vacation.
Through her dark necromantic ritual I was able to speak to dead that haunt this world. In a smoke filled dark candle lit room I personally recorded the disincarnate voices that resianated and emanated from a dark corner of my own home. Well I have to tell you here now nothing was pre set up.
It was all spurr of the moment. Emily found my suggestions in a line of questioning to finding out what was the most haunted spot in the world to be worth the effort to perform this dark secret necromantic trick. A real interview for me with a ghost. And finding out what scares ghost.
AN INTERVIEW WITH A REAL GHOST
The strange ethereal mans gruff voice in the darkness identified itself only as Vince.
PMG: Are you a ghost of a dead person?
Vince: I was once alive as you but now I am dead. Yes I am a ghost of what was once a living man named Vince.
PMG: Did you come here because you were summoned to do so?
Vince: No. I believe I have lived here in this house longer then you have. And I died here too.
PMG: You actually haunt my house?
Vince: If the fact that I am a shade of what I was when I was alive and just go about my own business here might be in a way a haunting. I really don't know.
PMG: So those noises I hear at night in the attic are you making yourself known to me?
Vince: No that's rats nesting in the rafters of the ceilings.
PMG: So how do you haunt me and let me know you are here?
Vince: I don't acknowledge you and I avoid you. My world here looks nothing like yours. It is still the home I lived in. My furniture is here and al my belongings. I don't see you and I don't want to know your here. You spoil my reality. So I over look you and pretend you don't exist. And in general I don't!
PMG: Are you the only ghost that haunts my house?
Vince: Many ghosts walk in and out of this house. And they don't bother me unless it is someone I knew or know.
The woods outside is known ad the forest of death and many dead souls cry night and day to find solace like I have. And those ghost that live in the most haunted places all live in a forest of death.
And these are the true gates to hell where all lost souls end up.
PMG: So your telling me you stay here in this house with but you don't haunt me? And others from this gate of hell do?
Vince: I could not care about what you do or have happen to you.
Who haunts you, or what other ghost are here, as long as you all leave me alone.
PMG: So how do I bother you?
Vince: Your alive. So please don't look for me or talk to me or about me in this house.
Never hold seances ever again or all the people who live next door will hear are your pitiful scream in the night.
PMG: How did you die?
Vince: I killed myself I strangled from the end of a rope. And this because I got tired of waiting to die. I guess I did not want death to find me and surprise me. I want to sneak up on it and claim my death as my own.
PMG: Did You go to this forest of death?
Vince: Yes I died just a mile from here, right across the highway in the thick woods. It always scared me the dark thick brush and the sound of the wind in the trees. So I went there to die like others do. And face the fears and overcome life with death.
I was tired of paying bills, fearing everyone and everything around me. But i did not fear death I welcomed it as you will soon.
PMG: As a ghost what is what you think to be the most scariest spot on earth?
Vince: The spot your sitting in now!
PGM: Do ghost get scared or is there a place where a ghost won't go?
Vince: A ghost as I see them all carry real live human fears and only when those fear leave them can they move on. But yes ghosts fear everything and nothing. Just as you do now.
They fear the truth and the lies, the good and the bad. They fear me and they fear you as I or we do them we call them the others.
Then suddenly Millie broke from her deep trance and the seance session was over. As I shook with a deadly chill from the grave that I will never too soon forget.
Are You Scared Yet?
The world's scariest place to visit are easy to find. Many of them are just the lonely spots in our lives when everything collapsed in on us and the real ghost all haunted us at once. The fear that one of the most haunted hotspot of the world's scariest place to visit could be with in your own home.
There are many real places and specific locations of great dread in this world of ours. These are the dark recesses where creepy things eat their way through corpses and the ghost of the dead just look on in horror.
In world's haunted scariest place to visit. the smell of death lingers heavy. The very actual real ghosts that haunt this spot are in stages of great agony with mental scars that break the barriers between the living and the dead, to only a thin veil of paranormal madness.
Such a destitute living hell is Aokigahara (青木ヶ原?), also known as the Sea of Trees (樹海, Jukai), is a forest that lies at the base of Mount Fuji in Japan.
The deep foul smelling caverns found in this forest are rocky and ice-covered annually. It has been claimed by local residents and visitors that the woods are host to a great amount of paranormal phenomena.
Around the world are many forest of death. Some are located in great woods others maybe even in a city park and it is only a small grove or a single death tree as they are often called. Often such woods are located near crossroads or crossed rivers and streams.
It is an old ancient forest reportedly haunted by many urban historical legends of strange beasts, monsters, ghosts, and goblins, which add to
many of these serious and sinister reputation.
The forest floor consists primarily of volcanic rock and is difficult to penetrate with hand tools such as picks or shovels. There are also a variety of unofficial trails that are used semi-regularly for the annual "body hunt" done by local volunteers, who mark their search areas with plastic tape. The plastic tape is never removed, so a great deal of it litters the first kilometer of the forest, past the designated trails leading to and from known tourist attractions such as the Ice Cave and Wind Cave. After the first kilometer into Aokigahara towards Mount Fuji, the forest is in a much more pristine state, with little to no litter and few obvious signs of human contact. On some occasions human remains can be found in the distant reaches of the forest, but these are usually several years old and consist of scattered bones and incomplete skeletons, suggesting the presence of scavenging animals.
Ghost encounters of the wandering dead are said to be often encountered more then just frequently as well as many ghost photos and EVP's.
A very popular myth states that the magnetic iron deposits underground cause compasses to malfunction and travelers to get lost in the forest. However this myth is largely false. Japan's Self Defense Force and the US Military regularly run training practices through portions of the forest, during which military grade lensatic compasses have been verified to function properly. Vehicles, GPS equipment, and other electronic devices function properly.
It is also a popular place for suicides, reportedly the world’s third most popular suicide location after San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge , and (before the installation of the Luminous Veil) Toronto's Bloor Street Viaduct, due in some part to the novel Kuroi Jukai (黒い樹海, lit. Black Sea of Trees?), which ends with the lovers of the novel committing suicide in the forest. Since the 1950s, more than 500 people have lost their lives in the forest, mostly suicides, with approximately 30 suicides counted yearly. In 2002, 78 bodies were found within the forest, replacing the previous record of 73 in 1998. The high rate of suicide has led officials to place signs in the forest, urging those who have gone there to commit suicide to seek help and not kill themselves. The annual search, consisting of a small army of police, volunteers and attendant journalists, began in 1970.
Typically most suicides are men, with over 71% of suicides in 2007 being male. The rate among the over-60 population is also high, but people in their thirties are most likely to commit suicide. Suicide is the leading cause of death for people under 30.
The most frequent location for all in japan are often suicides is in Aokigahara, In the period leading up to 1988, about 30 suicides occurred there every year. In 1999, 74 occurred, the record until 2002 when 78 suicides were found. The area is patrolled by police looking for suicides, and that same year 83 people intending suicide were found and taken into protective custody.
Railroad tracks are also a common place for suicide, and the Chūō Rapid Line is particularly known for a high number.
Aside from those intending to die there, the dense forest and rugged inaccessibility has attracted thrill seekers. Many of these hikers mark their routes by leaving colored plastic tapes behind, causing concerns from prefectural officials for the ecosystem of the forest.
In 2004, a movie about the forest was released, called Jyukai — The Sea of Trees Behind Mt. Fuji (樹の海, lit. Sea of Trees?), by the director Takimoto Tomoyuki. It told the story of four people who decided to end their lives in the forest of Aokigahara. While scouting for shooting locations, Takimoto told reporters that he found a wallet containing 370,000 yen (roughly $3,760 USD), giving rise to the popular rumor that Aokigahara is a treasure trove for scavengers. Others have claimed to have found credit cards, rail passes, and driver's licenses.
Suicide in Japan is considered to be a major problem nationally. Causes of suicide include unemployment (due to the economic recession in the 1990s), depression, and social pressures. Japan has one of the world's highest suicide rates, especially amongst industrialized nations, and the Japanese government says the rate for 2006 is ninth highest in the world. In 2007, the number of suicides exceeded 30,000 for the tenth straight year. - Since 2008, the economic situation worsened in Japan due to the global financial crisis, and this has pushed the suicide rate in Japan even higher. The industries are becoming smaller which is causing higher unemployment. This in turn leads to the Japanese husbands being at home much more and this is causing domestic problems because it has been the traditional role of the Japanese women to be in the home. This situation has been the cause of some marriage breakdown, even divorce. Being unable to cope with these stresses, the Japanese men have turned to suicide.
The rapid increase in suicides since the 1990s has raised concerns, with 1998 having a 34.7% increase over the previous year.
Also, suicide of the youth in Japan is becoming more serious in recent years. The financial crisis has impacted also on the Japanese youth, and they see that there are few possibilities of work. A number of youth in Japan cannot see any improvement for themselves in the near future and because of this they are turning to suicide.
Common methods of suicide are jumping in front of trains, leaping off high places, hanging, or overdosing on medication. Rail companies will charge the families of those who commit suicide a fee depending on the severity of disrupted traffic.
A newer method, gaining in popularity partly to publicity from Internet suicide web sites, is to use household products to make the poisonous gas hydrogen sulfide. In 2007, only 29 suicides used this gas, but in a span from January to September 2008, 867 suicides resulted from gas poisoning.
Many people think that Underground and indoor tombs or scary places to visit. While others find them peaceful and free of ghosts.
The dark damp Paris catacombs in France, the Edinburgh vaults, and the Sedlec Ossuary in the Czech Republic are ideal places to visit if you want indoor, spooky fun. But to some they feel the hands of the dead grasping at their clothes. while others say these locations were interesting to visit but not haunted. Just the thought of having bones and skeletons making up walls and ornate burial decorations, or to be stepping on someone's grave.
Imagine standing in the spot or lonely places of mass death or murder. Human beings have a knack for having a blatant disregard for life, especially in times of war or human strife.
Back in the day, prisoners or slaves weren't considered human, and were often sent to their deaths mercilessly, and even for the entertainment of the masses.
The Roman Coliseum is such a place. Prisoners of war and slaves were brought out to be eaten alive by the lions, or to fight each other to their deaths, in front of a wide audience. As for war deaths, the Auschwitz concentration camps are undoubtedly among the most unsettling of places to go to. It's hard to imagine how thousands people have been herded to their deaths here. Many of these could still be calling out for justice from the other life.
Historically scary places. Some places have good scare value because of their history. If you go to Transylvania in Romania, the idea of Count Dracula and vampires might first come to mind. But even if you're not scared of vampires, consider that this was the hometown of Vlad the Impaler, who was the original inspiration for Count Dracula. Vlad was known for being sadistic, and for torturing and killing tens of thousands his enemies by impaling. There were even thousands of these impaled bodies set up like forests in some places in Romania.
Battlefields from the past and the present are among the scariest places because of the number of people who have died here. Most of these people are likely to be young soldiers who have perished from grisly battle wounds. Many consider places where wars have been fought and many have fallen to be the most haunted spot that anyone could visit. Imagine the battlefields of Napoleon or of the great Alexander and the conquering army's that fought their way to make history by falling down and dying in battle.
For instance, Gettysburg is said to be among the most haunted places in the the Unites States as is Galveston, Texas and New Orleans the most haunted city in America. where as the great Necropolis of Egypt and the streets of Rome are thought to be the best and most haunted spots you could ever visit and not walk away believing anything but real ghost do exist.
But I believe now that Vince the ghost was right. The scariest most haunted spot is the spot your standing in when all your fear tells you this haunting is real! Because that is what happened to me.
How can you say ghost exist unless you try to experience it yourself? If you are not willing to try, then you have no factual basis for your conclusion. To put this another way, don't decide it before you try it. All beliefs come from a experience. Many believe people for their word, others not so trusting simply need to be shown. And still more do not believe what they see even if it shoved in their face.
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