Saturday, May 16, 2020

People in quarantine lockdown are reporting more ghostly hauntings

Coronavirus is spooky enough — but try living through the lockdown in a house that’s haunted.
The unlucky residents of homes believed to have ghosts and ghouls rattling around say they have no way to keep themselves socially distant from the spirit world — and have been subjected to an extra dose of paranormal activity during the coronavirus quarantine.

Believers say they’re experiencing everything from books flying off shelves to creepy “cold brushes” of air and pets behaving strangely.

“The more I’m stuck in this house, the more there’s a feeling,” said Kurt Schleicher, 56, of Tampa, Fla., who has been forced to stay at home during coronavirus in the notorious house where killer Victor Licata slaughtered his parents, three siblings and the family pooch in 1933.

“You notice all of these weird [supernatural] things when you normally wouldn’t. And there’s so much time to think about how scary they are.”

Schleicher told The Post he’s been trying to share the home peacefully with its spectral occupants amid the lockdown.

 “I guess you could say I’m getting to know my roommates,” he said. “They left this earth in stressful way — they were murdered while they slept — and their time was cut short, so I understand where they’re coming from.”

Schleicher, who bought the abode because he was a “non believer,” now says he may have been dead-wrong that ghosts don’t exist.

Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Ghosts almost ruined the new Foo Fighters Album

Foo Fighters have claimed that the recording of their tenth album was disrupted by mischievous ghosts.

The rock giants decamped to a 1940s house in Encino, California, but immediately realised the “vibe was off” as their instruments became out of tune and tracks they recorded were mysteriously deleted.

“When we walked into the house in Encino, I knew the vibes were definitely off but the sound was fucking on,” said Grohl. “We started working there and it wasn’t long before things started happening. We would come back to the studio the next day and all of the guitars would be detuned.
“Or the setting we’d put on the board, all of them had gone back to zero.We would open up a Pro Tools session and tracks would be missing. There were some tracks that were put on there that we didn’t put on there. But just like weird open mic noises. Nobody playing an instrument or anything like that, just an open mic recording a room.”

He continued: “And we’d fucking zero in on sounds within that. And we didn’t hear any voices or anything really decipherable. But something was happening.”

The band eventually set up a baby monitor to capture any mysterious goings on when they weren’t there – but are sworn to secrecy about their findings.

Friday, January 10, 2020

Man claims to have photographed a ghost at Lauriston Castle

Eyebrows have been raised at Lauriston Castle after a man shared a photo of a mysterious figure standing in one of the windows - when the building was believed to be empty.

Drew McAdam arrived at the 16th century attraction, in Davidson's Mains, on Saturday, prior to a show he was hosting for Magicfest.
Is it a ghost at the window? Picture: Drew McAdam
While wandering the historical grounds, the magician took some photographs of the estate.
It was not until later, when Drew saw the images he had taken enlarged on his computer, that he noticed something in one of the photographs did not add up.
“On bringing them up on my computer, I was going to edit them a bit, but noticed the strangest thing - figure at one of the windows, who I swear was not there when I arrived.," he said.
"I have not edited this photo in any way. It is exactly as it came on the camera,” he added on a post to Facebook.