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  Carmen Robinson
Posted by: Jebel - Yesterday, 04:19 PM - Forum: Missing Persons - 1970 to 1979 - No Replies

   

Carmen Robinson Time of Disappearance

 

  • Missing Since: December 8, 1973 from Victoria, British Columbia
  • Classification: Endangered Missing
  • Age: 17
  • Hair Color: Blonde
  • Race: White
  • Gender: Female

Details of Disappearance
Carmen Robinson was last seen exiting a bus at West Burnside Road and Holland Avenue in View Royal, two blocks from her View Royal home. She did not make it home.

Robinson worked as a dishwasher at the Ingraham Hotel on Douglas Street near Burnside Road East. After her shift on Saturday, December 8, 1973, she caught the bus home, intending to enjoy two days off. The Colwood girl was described as a quiet, well behaved student.

In 1982, serial killer Clifford Olson was living in Victoria. He confessed to killing 11 young men and women. He told police he knew where Robinson was buried. He led police to a rocky spot at Fort Rodd Hill, near Royal Roads University. Police used sonar machines to examine the ground but couldn't find any evidence of bodies.

During the original investigation in the 1970s, police identified a few suspects, but no charges were ever laid.

Investigating Agency
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
West Shore RCMP
2250-474-2264

 

Source Information
Canada.com

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  Suzanne Rae Justis
Posted by: Jebel - Yesterday, 04:16 PM - Forum: Missing Persons - 1970 to 1979 - No Replies

   

Suzanne Rae Justis Time of Disappearance

 

  • Missing Since: November 05, 1973 from Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon
  • Classification: Missing
  • Age: 23
  • Height: 5'3"
  • Weight: 110 lbs.
  • Hair Color: Brown
  • Eye Color: Blue
  • Race: White
  • Gender: Female
  • Distinguishing Characteristics: A mole below her lower left lip.
  • Case Number: 89-2330

Details of Disappearance
Suzanne Justis called her mother on 11/5/1973 from Portland, OR and said she would be back in Eugene the following day to pick up her son from school. She has not been heard from since.

Investigating Agency
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
Eugene Police Department
541-682-5115

 

Source Information
Namus

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  Corinne June Groenenberg
Posted by: Jebel - Yesterday, 04:12 PM - Forum: Missing Persons - 1970 to 1979 - No Replies

   

Corinne June Groenenberg Time of Disappearance

 

  • Missing Since: November 01, 1973 from Modesto, Stanislaus County, California
  • Classification: Endangered Missing
  • Date Of Birth: October 14, 1957
  • Age: 16
  • Height: 5'6"
  • Weight: 115 lbs.
  • Hair Color: Brown
  • Eye Color: Blue
  • Race: White
  • Gender: Female
  • Distinguishing Characteristics: Strawberry birthmark on back, surgical scar on abdomen.
  • Case Number: 89016305

Details of Disappearance
Corinne was last seen on November 1, 1973, in Modesto. A family friend saw Corinne leave her home and followed her until she reached the highway and started to hitchhike. She was last seen getting into a green or blue truck. The driver was male.

Investigating Agency
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
Modesto Police Department
209-572-9532

 

Source Information
Namus

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  Teresa Kay Davis
Posted by: Jebel - Yesterday, 04:10 PM - Forum: Missing Persons - 1970 to 1979 - No Replies

   

Teresa Kay Davis Time of Disappearance

 

  • Missing Since: November 1, 1973 from Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington
  • Classification: Missing
  • Date Of Birth: July 20, 1955
  • Age: 18
  • Height: 5'6"
  • Weight: 120 lbs.
  • Hair Color: Black
  • Eye Color: Brown/Hazel
  • Race: Native
  • Gender: Female
  • Case Number: 04-049384

Details of Disappearance
Teresa Davis was staying with her sister in Tacoma. Sister came home one day and found front door open and MP gone, but all of MP's possessions still there. Later received a letter from MP from Anchorage, Alaska. There was never any further contact.

Investigating Agency
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
King County Sheriff's Office
206-205-3432

 

Source Information
Namus

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  Patricia Jane Seelbaugh
Posted by: Jebel - Yesterday, 04:08 PM - Forum: Missing Persons - 1970 to 1979 - No Replies

   

Patricia Jane Seelbaugh Time of Disappearance

 

  • Missing Since: October 26, 1973 from Grove City, Mercer County, Pennsylvania
  • Classification: Endangered Missing
  • Date Of Birth: February 24, 1956
  • Age: 17
  • Height: 5'0"
  • Weight: 98 lbs.
  • Hair Color: Black
  • Eye Color: Hazel
  • Race: White
  • Gender: Female
  • Distinguishing Characteristics: Wore glasses for reading but did not
    have them with her when she disappeared.
  • Clothing: Blue jeans.
  • Case Number: D3-24406
  • NCIC Number: M-117160607

Details of Disappearance
Patricia was last seen on Friday, October 26, 1973 in the company of friends at the Barkeyville truck stop in Barkeyville, PA. The truck stop is located off of Interstate 80 just east of Interstate 79.
She was dropped off with a known male at a residence in the area located just outside of Grove City, PA, commonly known at Hallville. It was late, likely after midnight. This is the last time that she was seen.

Investigating Agency
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
Pennsylvania State Police
724-662-6162

 

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Namus
NCMEC

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  Anomalous Research Cincinnati - ARC Paranormal
Posted by: janetplanet - Yesterday, 02:50 PM - Forum: Ghost2Ghost Ghost Hunting Groups & TV / Radio - No Replies

Anomalous Research Cincinnati - ARC Paranormal
Based in Cincinnati, Ohio. Here you will find hard evidence of the Supernatural. Our goal is to gain hard evidence, which to us is photographic evidence. We shoot images in Visible, Infrared and UltraViolet Spectrums.

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  Angels of Light Paranormal Investigations
Posted by: janetplanet - Yesterday, 02:50 PM - Forum: Ghost2Ghost Ghost Hunting Groups & TV / Radio - No Replies

Angels of Light Paranormal Investigations
Angels of Light Paranormal Investigations has been specially developed to research into accounts of alleged paranormal occurrences from members of the public in Southern California/Los Angeles. We are professionals and considerate of your claims and take them very seriously. All investigations are free of charge!

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  Hell's Gate
Posted by: Kathy - Yesterday, 02:43 PM - Forum: Urban Legends & Folklore - No Replies





Hell's Gate

Somewhere deep inside the tangled green depths of River Legacy Park, in Arlington, there is rumored to be a very old trail surrounded on either side by murky swamps and overhanging trees. This long dirt trail is said to end at a dirt mound––a spot where captured spies of the Union Army were executed. They call this place “Hell's Gate.”

It is said that if you can still find the spot you might see the remains of the gateposts where a gate once hung. This passage was supposedly one of the last things the prisoners ever saw, as they were led through it at the end of the trail to the tree where they would be hanged. Some believe that because of all the deaths that took place near the gate at the end of the trail, there are many tormented spirits still residing at Hell's Gate. They claim that if you walk the trail you can still hear the disembodied whispers, sobs, and prayers of the men and women who once walked their final steps to this awful place.

Armed only with these scant tales to go on, when in search of Hell's Gate––the trail, the remains of the gate posts, anything.

But River Legacy Park covers acres and acres of area and we ended up frustrated in our efforts. We did talk to one park ranger who was familiar with the story, and said that there were some very old artifacts from that era, including pieces of cannons in different parts of the park, but she didn't know of any remains of any gateposts anywhere. Curses, foiled again.



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  The Witch's Tower The Lady of the Castle
Posted by: Kathy - Yesterday, 02:39 PM - Forum: Urban Legends & Folklore - No Replies





The Witch's Tower

The Lady of the Castle

 
I lived ten minutes away from the Castle and I was fascinated about seeing if all the rumors were true. The white-dressed women, the two kids––I was excited to find something. Unfortunately for me I didn't return home excited but rather the most scared I have ever been in my life.

Around 7PM my friend and I went up to the castle. It was still very light outside. We stayed for a while and nothing happened but we didn't really expect it to because it was light. My friend looked into the third window and saw something that looked like a shadow. I blew it off because at this time I didn't believe in ghosts but I was still very curious. I then looked in the crack in the cemented-in door and saw two green eyes staring back at me. It took a while to realize they were eyes but when I did I was pretty startled.  I still shook it off as nothing and we left to go kill time until dark. 

Looming over the top of one of the fairways of Dayton's Community Golf Course is a giant stone tower. Perhaps due largely in part to the tower’s foreboding appearance, over the years it has been referred to by macabre monikers like Witch’s Tower and even Frankenstein’s Castle. And with names like that, you just know that there's got to be a ghost or two floating around.

So Who Built It, and Why?

Who built the tower is something that is still open to debate. But the popular belief is that it was built many years ago by local hero, John Patterson. For this reason, area residents not inclined to believe in the supernatural forego the spooky names and simply refer to the tower as Patterson Tower. As for why it was constructed, that's another enigma, although most believe it was designed to function as some sort of observation tower.
 
Their Bodies Left a Stain

It is said that for weeks afterwards, visitors could still see the charred outlines of the teenagers on the tower wall. Some say that it was out of respect for the dead that officials ordered metal plates secured to the tower’s openings, but others said it was simply to deter the curious. Either way, it didn't matter. Those wanting to catch a glimpse of the charred outlines simply pried the plates loose. Over time, though, visitors became less and less frequent. In fact, the tower may have faded into obscurity save for one thing; the ghosts.
 
The Sky Suddenly Turned Black

As for the ghosts that are said to haunt the tower, they were first reported after a tragic accident took place there in the 1960s. According to legend, a group of teenagers were enjoying themselves near the tower when a violent thunderstorm suddenly rolled in. The teenagers quickly ran for the tower, believing the solid stone it was constructed of would protect them. What they failed to notice was that the tower stairs came equipped with a long metal railing.
As the group quickly mounted the stairs, a sudden bolt of lightning struck a portion of the rail at the top of the tower. The metal rail allowed the electricity to race down the banister towards the teenagers. Two members of the group who were leaning against the handrail when the lightning struck were electrocuted and died almost instantly.

The Glowing Ghosts

Legend states that on dark and stormy nights, shadowy figures said to belong to the teenage victims are seen at the tower. It is said that if there is a sudden and violent bolt of lightning, the figures will illuminate and glow as if they have just been struck by lightning. After which, they will once again fade into nothingness…until the next storm.

Today, due largely to repeated acts of vandalism, "no trespassing" signs have been placed around the tower. Additionally, the entranceway and lower windows have been more permanently sealed. But that has done little to stop the popularity of the tower and its ghosts. Indeed, in recent years, new stories have begun circulating that claim a woman hanged herself in the tower. There is even a story that claims the real reason officials sealed off the edifice was because a young teenager decided to investigate it one night and in the darkness, fell to his death.
So is the tower haunted? It is hard to say with any certainty. While some report uneventful visits to the tower, others claim to have spotted darkened shapes moving about within this foreboding structure. Perhaps it is simply a case of being in the right place at the wrong time. Or maybe the spirits just quietly lay in wait for the next dark and stormy night in order to make their presence known again. 

White Lady Doesn’t Want Company

On the other side of the castle is a huge golf course. Our plan was to skip the road by going through the golf course and from the "safety" (as we thought) of the course we would watch the tower. We got onto the course and oddly enough there were weird patches of fog all over the place. We were getting close the castle when we saw an something approaching in the trees across the street. It was a white ball with a tail streaming behind it. It was going all through the trees and at the same time hundreds of flashes were going off around it. We looked at this for a good ten minutes in utter amazement. Then, all of a sudden, the white orb-looking thing grew into the full-bodied women right in front of out eyes! She had everything a human has, except legs. She was wearing a white dress. Not only did it turn into a full-bodied figure but it started to walk across the road toward us!

We ran and ran down the course and eventually came to a stop. We just had to go back. When we got back up to our original spot and we saw nothing. All of a sudden we began hearing laughter. Then the woman emerged from the woods about twenty feet away from us. I have never, EVER, been this scared in my life! We ran as hard as we could. The whole way out of the golf course there was this wall of fog with a black shadow in the middle walking towards us until we got the hell out of there.
 

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  HAWAII Honolulu Hilton Hotel
Posted by: Jebel - Yesterday, 09:11 AM - Forum: Ghost2Ghost Haunted Locations and Stories - No Replies

HAWAII

Honolulu
 

Hilton Hotel The ghost of a beautiful woman in a red dress has been seen wandering the halls here. In 1959, an employee saw her vanish before his eyes, as he was escorting her to a room. Some say she is the ghost of a woman murdered in a tower room, others say she is none other than the volcano goddess herself, Madame Pele. (The hotel is in the Hawaiian Village on the island of Hawaii. Phone: 808-949-4321.)

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