Your true ghost stories are coming. Each month we will feature new ghost stories to keep you on the edge of your seat. These will be your real experiences of ghostly or unexplained encounters with paranormal phenomena. We want you to keep sending them in to us to include right here for us all to enjoy.
Each month we will choose the best stories to include in a competition to be drawn at the end of the year. One lucky winner will win a pair of tickets to any of our future Ultimate Ghosthunts or events, and two runners up will get a BIG mention right here!
To submit your true ghost story please email them to email@example.com and make sure to include the following information: Your full name, age, location, contact number and any supporting photographs if applicable. Try and keep your account to one page (approximately 500 words)
By Joan K
Six years ago my hubby bought me a cat for my birthday in April, she was the most beautiful black cat you've ever seen and was only 8 weeks old.
If you meowed she would come up and rub her nose on yours to make sure you were ok. We had all her jabs done and had just had her neutered. She had past her time for being in so we let her out for a bit, she run across the road (a back street road) to see her friend which happed to be a massive white tom, he used to call for her on a morning.
On her way back she got run over and killed right outside our gate. I was devastated, she was still a kitten in affect only 6 months old.
Anyway years have past by and we've recently moved house. My hubby bought me a charm bracelet, lovely thing gold with shiny charms; he was placing it on my wrist when I noticed a scratch forming near my wrist. It felt very warm did not hurt but came up in a lump and actually broke the skin.
In the old house we use to see her a lot out of the corner of our eyes, she use to like to sleep at the back of your feet and I'd get that sensation a lot in the old house.
There's only once when I have felt her come and rub noses with me after she had died which was good to know but upsetting all at the same time.
I'm so glad she's followed us. I asked her to as we were leaving the old house, but I didn't think she heard but she obviously did.
A Visit From Mom
By Jules N
I woke with such a start that my body had automatically bolted itself into an upright position. For some reason, unknown to me, I had an overwhelming feeling that I was being observed. Even though my eyes were still blurry from sleep and not quite cooperating, I frantically searched the immediate area surrounding my bed. I felt a sudden stab in my gut as I realized someone truly was there, standing at the very foot of my bed. I flung my hand out sideways in the darkness towards my bedside table.
I was desperately searching for my eyeglasses that I had left lying there just a few hours earlier. Without them or my contact lenses, what I thought I was visualizing as a person could easily have been my bathrobe dangling innocently from the six foot tall post at the end of my bed.
As I searched blindly in the dark, I felt them for just an instant, barely brushing them with my fingertips. The force was just enough to send them whirling off of the night stand and spinning across the wooden floor. So much for that, my only choice now was to squint like a mole and try to make out whom, if anyone, was truly there.
Concentrating to focus, I was able to make out the figure; it appeared to be a woman. She was wearing a brightly flowered dress with a brown tattered work coat over it. It reminded me of the ones we used to wear on our family farm during my childhood years.
The woman was staring at me in an odd sort of a way. Her head was slightly quirked to one side. My heart was pounding so hard in my chest that I could hear the echo of each beat inside of my head. But then, even in my half blind state, I began to notice the warm soft smile on the woman’s face. I squinted a little harder. She seemed vaguely familiar to me.
My brain shifted into overdrive racing through all my past and present trying to sort out a name that I could place with this face. Suddenly, I realized who was standing there! Oh my God, it was my mother!
I had not recognized her in those first waking moments, only because she no longer looked pale and ravished as she had the last time I saw her. She appeared quite youthful, vibrant and full of love; exactly as she had been before the cancer had attacked her young body at twenty eight years of age.
Mom died twenty two years ago slowly and painfully, one pound at a time. She was thirty years old, the exact age that I am now. The visit from my mother so changed my life that I wrote a book about it titled; Intertwined: Based on a True Story, you can find it at Amazon in both the UK and the US. If you wish to know more.
By M of Dunfermline
On Sunday 4th March at around 11pm a ghost materialised 3ft in front of me in our living room. It paused briefly then moved very rapidly across the room towards our dining room. When at a standstill in front of me it was the size of a small adult but there were no discernible features...just a solid milky white form with its outer layers shimmering. When it moved across the room it disappeared as it went along.As it moved between my line of sight with our tv the tv picture rippled.All this happened very quickly...boy could that thing move! I just sat there stunned not saying anything or moving at all.My wife was sat at the other end of the sofa,nearer the tv and dining room doors, at the time. The instant it started to move across the room she sat up straight and said "Did you just see that...a ghost just went into our dining room". She tells me she didnt see it but sensed the room turning colder and a breeze as it passed her....and i hadnt said anything or moved at all.