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Spending The Night In A Haunted Bed And Breakfast

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On one of my trips with my girlfriend, one night we went through a terrifying experience. We were renting a room overnight in an old bed & breakfast in a Midwest small town.


We had heard rumors that the place was haunted, and we wanted to check for ourselves. The story goes that the former owner died a horrible death, being tortured by robbers to disclose the hidings of his jewelry. Supposedly, the man was hiding a small fortune somewhere in the house. Legend says that his ghost would appear at 3 A.M every night.

We dared to spend the night at the supposedly haunted place. We did not really believe in ghosts but wanted to keep an open mind and give it a try. There were just a few other guests renting rooms at the bed & breakfast pension besides us.

After midnight, the place got quiet. But when the old clock chimed three a clock in the morning, we heard a thunderous rumbling at once. We opened the door and got out in the long hallway. Then we saw something terrifying.

A yellowish, hazy light was pooling like a liquid on the floor, not far from our room. Then, suddenly, the spectral light took the vague shape of an old man. At that point we’ve run back to our run, slamming the door close.

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