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 4 years ago '12        #261
Dee352 170 heat pts170
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 4 years ago '04        #262
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 serstylz2 said:
I guess I can tell my story....

I had moved into a two-story, two-family house in the city area of Rochester, New York. It was located next to a huge park with 3 baseball diamonds, and in the offseason 3 youth football teams would practice in the outfields. After I moved in, the landlord's son who was my brother's age (I was 9/10 at the time, bro was 11/12) told us that for a long while, no one was allowed to play any sports in that park due to numerous tragedies that occurred in that park.


Tragedy #1 was during a baseball game in the youngest age division, 8 & 9 year olds. This was little league, regular baseball, not tee-ball, so there was pitching, but no one was throwing more than 25-30 mps, mostly lofted tosses with an arch. Well, one kid who was easily the best in the league, known for hitting grounders into the outfield and clearing all 4 bases was up to bat, and everyone was getting ready. On the first pitch, he got an easy lofted toss, but it was way inside. He LET the ball hit him on his elbow to easily take his base. The ball hit him and fell to the ground, he tossed his bat aside and began to trot towards first. All of a sudden he stopped, his body locked up, face froze in a pure terrified look, and he fell over unconscious, and never revived.

Later that year in the fall, the football teams were practicing and the oldest group was age 11-13. The quarterback, also the captain, always ran a lap on his own before every practice as a routine. He was just finishing his lap, running towards the coaches and a few players that were just being dropped off, when he stopped, face twisted in terror, and he fell out unconscious, never to revive.

When I turned 11, my brother began playing baseball in that league as it had resumed, so naturally everything he did, I had to do. I joined the league and played for a green team called Monroe Painting. We were doing fine, getting ready to head into the playoffs as the #2 seed. One day, before our first playoff game, I had just jogged in from warming up in the outfield where I played, when I noticed a guy standing right outside of the fenced batting area. It was the only way I could go to get to the bench, so I had to walk towards him. He was staring dead at me, hat pulled somewhat low, hands in pockets. As i approached him, he stepped to my right, his left so i could pass, but as i was walking by, clear as day, he says "I know why they died."

It didnt register with me for a second, and then I realized what he was talking about. I went home, and didn't play in my game. I didn't even tell my coaches, since my side yard was basically the outfield, i was home in less than a minute. I ran to my parents room, and told my parents that I wanted to move. They looked at me funny, and asked why. Before I could answer, my dad interrupted and said, "I've been thinking that it is time for a move... we could go to WEST PHILADELPHIA BORN AND RAISED, ON THE PLAYGROUND IS WHERE I SPEND MOST OF MY DAYS, CHILLIN OUT MAXIN AND RELAXIN ALL COOL JUST SHOOTING SOME BBALL OUTSIDE OF THE SCHOOL WHEN A COUPLE OF GUYS, THEY WERE UP TO NO GOOD...
 4 years ago '10        #263
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there was a giant thread on bb linking to another massive thread on some outdoor living site. some great stories there.
 4 years ago '10        #264
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 serstylz2 said:
I guess I can tell my story....

I had moved into a two-story, two-family house in the city area of Rochester, New York. It was located next to a huge park with 3 baseball diamonds, and in the offseason 3 youth football teams would practice in the outfields. After I moved in, the landlord's son who was my brother's age (I was 9/10 at the time, bro was 11/12) told us that for a long while, no one was allowed to play any sports in that park due to numerous tragedies that occurred in that park.


Tragedy #1 was during a baseball game in the youngest age division, 8 & 9 year olds. This was little league, regular baseball, not tee-ball, so there was pitching, but no one was throwing more than 25-30 mps, mostly lofted tosses with an arch. Well, one kid who was easily the best in the league, known for hitting grounders into the outfield and clearing all 4 bases was up to bat, and everyone was getting ready. On the first pitch, he got an easy lofted toss, but it was way inside. He LET the ball hit him on his elbow to easily take his base. The ball hit him and fell to the ground, he tossed his bat aside and began to trot towards first. All of a sudden he stopped, his body locked up, face froze in a pure terrified look, and he fell over unconscious, and never revived.

Later that year in the fall, the football teams were practicing and the oldest group was age 11-13. The quarterback, also the captain, always ran a lap on his own before every practice as a routine. He was just finishing his lap, running towards the coaches and a few players that were just being dropped off, when he stopped, face twisted in terror, and he fell out unconscious, never to revive.

When I turned 11, my brother began playing baseball in that league as it had resumed, so naturally everything he did, I had to do. I joined the league and played for a green team called Monroe Painting. We were doing fine, getting ready to head into the playoffs as the #2 seed. One day, before our first playoff game, I had just jogged in from warming up in the outfield where I played, when I noticed a guy standing right outside of the fenced batting area. It was the only way I could go to get to the bench, so I had to walk towards him. He was staring dead at me, hat pulled somewhat low, hands in pockets. As i approached him, he stepped to my right, his left so i could pass, but as i was walking by, clear as day, he says "I know why they died."

It didnt register with me for a second, and then I realized what he was talking about. I went home, and didn't play in my game. I didn't even tell my coaches, since my side yard was basically the outfield, i was home in less than a minute. I ran to my parents room, and told my parents that I wanted to move. They looked at me funny, and asked why. Before I could answer, my dad interrupted and said, "I've been thinking that it is time for a move... we could go to WEST PHILADELPHIA BORN AND RAISED, ON THE PLAYGROUND IS WHERE I SPEND MOST OF MY DAYS, CHILLIN OUT MAXIN AND RELAXIN ALL COOL JUST SHOOTING SOME BBALL OUTSIDE OF THE SCHOOL WHEN A COUPLE OF GUYS, THEY WERE UP TO NO GOOD...
Seriously though this thread is striaght classic.I've been coming back to it each night at work when I go on break....#9 and the one about the crazy old lady in the apartment building kept me up last friday,we had a terrible storm here in stl and I slept at my peoples house...electricity went out..and I kept waking up in the middle of the night looking over my shoulder seeing those images of stories #9 and the old lady in the dark....also was listening to 1986 by Krit with my head phones up super loud,by a window while it was storming and I was half sleep and the song intro where the dude knocks on the window had me like thinking somebody was at the huge window behind me til I realized it was the song on my ipod.
 4 years ago '11        #265
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post more of this ish...love it
 06-10-2013, 07:01 AM         #266
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# 9 happened to me. We did not stop. Went back to get campus police and as we cruised by with police, a black van with dudes with masks on came out of an adjacent street and sped off.
 4 years ago '06        #267
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bump, would love some more stories
 4 years ago '08        #268
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This thread is dope, it even got me through work. I hope more people are willing to add-on.
 4 years ago '10        #269
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 Peterparker said:
Tell me why I was reading some of these stories n thought I seen something moving in the shadows from the corner of my eye?
sh*t brah you about to die now n*gga fu*ked around and read wrong story

rip n*gga
 4 years ago '05        #270
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crayon and babysitter
 4 years ago '05        #271
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 Delbert Mengel said:
there was a giant thread on bb linking to another massive thread on some outdoor living site. some great stories there.
Link to this?? Storms are moving in heavy here in Tampa....make it happen
 4 years ago '08        #272
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 4 years ago '09        #273
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 Wonderwoman said:
I was so creeped out last night reading these..... Anyways I have not reall that scary but I was scared at the time.

I lived with my sister pretty much all my life so I grew up with her kids my niece and nephews. My younger nephew used to always come in my room and fall asleep. Well when he was about 5 years old he started having really bad nightmares like really bad so we always made sure that he was asleep with one of us no matter what cause he would wake up in the middle of the night screaming and crying. One night he was in my room sleeping and I went to use the bathroom, my room was at the back of the house and had a double sliding door that led to the backyard where we had a pool. So as I'm coming back from the bathroom I see my nephew trying to open the sliding door but his eyes are still closed. So I go up to him and say Stephan what are u doing and he's like they're calling me and ask him who he's like the man he's calling me he wants me to go in the pool. So at this point I'm terrified cause I can tell that he's sleeping so I start shaking him awake and screaming for my sister. By the time she gets there he's awake and I tell her what happened so she ask him why was he trying to go in the pool and he says cause the man told him to and we're like which man and he say the red man told him to. At that time I'm scared as fu*k cause if we didn't have a sliding door in the room and it was a regular door who knows what would have happened. My sister took him to therapy and we found out that he had really vivid nightmares and he would remember them all. We started going to church again he got Baptised and everything seemed to be fine after that.
dam, thats powerful.
 4 years ago '10        #274
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I ain't the type of n*gga to wish death on someone but that Rose bi*ch need to die

I'm thinkin' 'bout buyin' that book
 06-27-2013, 09:56 PM         #275
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Really the only sh*t I got

A few years back, I moved to this house in Fairfield, which is a town near cincinnati, in this super rural area outside of the actual city, everything was cool for a couple months, and the landlord seemed nice, but one night my dad and me were out visiting an uncle of mine until around midnight, when we got home my mom woke up and was like "did you forget your key earlier? I heard you trying to open the door for a few minutes but fell asleep before you got in" and we were both clueless, so after some fact checking we came to the realization that someone obviously was trying to get into the house while we were gone. Needless to say I locked the fu*k out of the door and headed to bed. Creepy but not THAT creepy, anyway, I woke up a few hours later to get a drink and the door was wide fu*king open and my dog had gotten outside and was staring at this tree right by the fence, like just staring at that sh*t, and barking, just going crazy. Keep in mind my whole family was asleep at this point. The only way someone could have opened that locked a.ss door would have been if they had a key, so other than my parents and myself the landlord was the only one with a key. But dude seemed real nice, and I didn't really want to suspect him but then a couple weeks later we get a knock on our door from our landlord's son.....




Dude k!lled himself and his wife

We got the fu*k out of dodge after that sh*t.
 06-28-2013, 12:40 AM         #276
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 4 years ago '10        #277
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It's almost 3am & I'm here reading this sh*t out loud to ol girl. She keep telling me to stop then say keep going. Now she's scared to get out of bed to go to the bathroom.

Good sh*t. *goes back to read more*
 4 years ago '04        #278
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 Joyus said:
Really the only sh*t I got

A few years back, I moved to this house in Fairfield, which is a town near cincinnati, in this super rural area outside of the actual city, everything was cool for a couple months, and the landlord seemed nice, but one night my dad and me were out visiting an uncle of mine until around midnight, when we got home my mom woke up and was like "did you forget your key earlier? I heard you trying to open the door for a few minutes but fell asleep before you got in" and we were both clueless, so after some fact checking we came to the realization that someone obviously was trying to get into the house while we were gone. Needless to say I locked the fu*k out of the door and headed to bed. Creepy but not THAT creepy, anyway, I woke up a few hours later to get a drink and the door was wide fu*king open and my dog had gotten outside and was staring at this tree right by the fence, like just staring at that sh*t, and barking, just going crazy. Keep in mind my whole family was asleep at this point. The only way someone could have opened that locked a.ss door would have been if they had a key, so other than my parents and myself the landlord was the only one with a key. But dude seemed real nice, and I didn't really want to suspect him but then a couple weeks later we get a knock on our door from our landlord's son.....




Dude k!lled himself and his wife

We got the fu*k out of dodge after that sh*t.
 06-28-2013, 09:19 AM         #279
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Classic thread
 4 years ago '11        #280
Giovanni Cassa 48 heat pts48
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Most of these are fake or mind playing tricks on storytellers. sh*t happened to me a couple of times too. Especially when I was in a vulnerable period of my time (depression & anxiety attacks)


#9 seemed plausible to me. But that ish was no robbery attempt, I tell you. More than 4-5 people trying to loot you in the middle of the road? Nahh.


Some of these stories reminded me of some David Lynch type of sh*t.



[video - click to view]



A family friend (that has been an atheist all his life) has a nephew that for whatever reason had nightmares, woke up from sleep crying and stuff. They took him to a priest that did some special prayers and everything has been ok ever since. I guess believing in a benevolent higher being helps some people, including that kid.




My story ain't scary I suppose and most of you will call it a coincidence, but seeing how I was actually involved in it it's kinda hard for me to simply dismiss it as a simple coincidence. I'm subjective is what I'm saying.


Since I was a kid I've been a religious person, but not a fanatic. As I grew older I brushed off the dogmatic teachings of the Church. Faith caused a great inner conflict inside me and brought me into depression. That's when I said "I can't live by these standards anymore. I'm not going to a.ssume anything that isn't reflected in the reality of my existence from now on. I can be a good person without being religious". And it worked for me. I felt free and I still do, no doubt about it.


One evening I was talking with a friend about religion, faith, morality etc. Grade A philosophical bullsh*t as I like to call it. He has a very old school mentality and I've said my opinion and he said his. I was a bit fierce with my arguments and he said "I was rejecting God". I was like "yeah, whatever I'm not rejecting Him, but I'm not acknowledging Him either".

After the convo I decided to go for a run. I have many different routes I use for running, but for this particular run I decided to take one I haven't used for a long time. More than a year or so. All this time I had all kinds of thoughts like "if God really exists watch Him give me a lesson right now to put me in my place, like an accident or something" and sh*t like that. The thought of an accident, a car accident to be specific was the main recurring thought in my mind. Those kind of thoughts were followed with thoughts like "if God really wants me to believe in Him he needs to give me a clear sign, I mean a clear sign, not some bullsh*t you can interpret which way you want." Now those two thought were very persistent and significant in my mind as I was running.

The route I was taking passes a very arched bridge, like a hill and pretty long so that you can't see all the way to the other side. So, I pass the bridge, run a little more then turn back. All the while the word "accident" kept popping through my head. I'm on the elevated top of the bridge and as soon as I can see over to the side of the bridge I see police cars and ambulances. Sure enough there was an accident. Nothing serious from what I could tell. Laughed inside myself and kept moving. The whole thing felt a bit surreal.


I thought the experience would change my opinions, but it didn't. Funny sh*t though. The world is a funny place.


My mom works near that bridge and passes it everyday when she goes to work. She's been working there 20 years now and there has never been an accident near the bridge area.


Also I'd like to say to the dude in here that lost his son that I'm sorry for his loss.

For a better exemplified view on the whole "unexplainable" things that go in our lives done in an abstract manner I'd recommend the "Stalker" and "Ostrov" movies. They're Russian, but they're great.


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