The San Pedro Poltergeist Case

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posted on Mar, 23 2011 @ 10:35 AM
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I watched this documentary years ago, and let me tell you the craziest part of it all. I think I knew this girl as a family friend when I was young! Same raspy voice, same town, same age, same face, same first name.

And from what I remember, always a bit messed up even as a pre-teen, like they say in the video, she fit the bill for a haunting! Of course, I could be wrong, but even the fake name they use is almost the same as here real one.

Just bizarre!

Edit to add: It is the girl I knew! I googled her maiden name and found it in the case. Very wierd.
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1990-1993 case on this webpage

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posted on Mar, 23 2011 @ 03:33 PM
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And from what I remember, always a bit messed up even as a pre-teen, like they say in the video, she fit the bill for a haunting! Of course, I could be wrong, but even the fake name they use is almost the same as here real one.


Very interesting indeed.

In your opinion, is this someone whom would make something up perhaps? Just curious and thought It would be worth asking of course.



posted on Mar, 23 2011 @ 05:41 PM
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Not sure on that question. She was 2 years older than me and I only knew her around the age of 10-13.(more than 30 years ago now) I was thinking about her and her family all this morning and without putting my critical opinion on this very public forum of this real person and family, I will say, I'd have to see that house (and I'd be too scared to go in it).

I can also say that it "felt" like something was wrong in her life. It felt dark and sad, and maybe even creepy? I don't want to say too much more, but I am thinking it's possible she suffered severe trauma as a child, if you know what I mean. I don't think at that young of an age you are already that screwed up just by everyday life. There was trauma there. BTW she came from a normal middle-class family, normal being used loosely, I didn't know them enough to confirm.

That, or she has a personality that was attracting ghosts from a much younger age, and didn't know it.

I did not like her bedroom.. or house. Edit to add, I remember wanting to just get out of there and so did she. That's all I remember, that I can say. The rest is too personal and would point to who I am, and I'd rather stay anonymous on this.
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posted on Mar, 23 2011 @ 07:13 PM
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Does anyone know if the house showed signs of haunting before Jackie?



posted on Mar, 23 2011 @ 07:27 PM
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Apologies as this has to be a quick reply but as far as I understand it, no there wasn't. It was afterwards though that people report it. In fact, ever since this case begun, no one has managed to live in this house longer than half a year. And those who did live here report being followed as well as many of the past investigators (although I could slightly incorrect here)

I did some digging a couple of weeks ago as well and It seems other researchers of this case have located a past resident of this house whom they suspect of actually being the one whom haunts it now. I read a couple of articles on it and It was interesting to say the least.

I'll have a quick look tonight but more than likely I'll have to do some digging and post it tomorrow as It's late here.



posted on Mar, 23 2011 @ 07:35 PM
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I could be remembering wrong, but when I had watched this documentary I thought that the ghost was a sailor from the early 1900's maybe a dock worker that was murdered? And not attached to that house, but I'd have to see the documentary again.



posted on Mar, 30 2011 @ 06:06 AM
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I was doing some research a few days ago and I think you're correct here. I can't seem to find it again though, and I can't seem to remember his name exactly but the profession was something around a sailer or seaman still.

I'll do some more digging soon.



posted on Mar, 31 2011 @ 07:57 PM
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This is excellent story telling, RA. Thanks for taking the time to put this together and share it with us.



posted on Apr, 1 2011 @ 01:54 AM
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Originally posted by sara123123
This is excellent story telling, RA. Thanks for taking the time to put this together and share it with us.


Thanks for that post.


It's really one of the better cases out there IMO, thus bringing it up for discussion.
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posted on Apr, 9 2011 @ 08:04 PM
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You summed that up perfectly. I have been very stressed the past month following the death of my dad and healing from a recent surgery which has made me bed ridden for the past month. The more stressed I have become the more I have noticed strange noises throughout my house especially when i am in deep thought about something stressful.


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posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 07:54 AM
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Very sorry for your loss btw.



posted on Apr, 17 2011 @ 12:53 AM
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Such an interesting subject, it got me to finally stand up and state some claims i found on the gentlemen that found himself hanging in the attic. After watching the video over and over, he just does not seem scared enough to get out of that attic fast enough after being hung by an entity. I think he was walking around in the dark, didn't see the noose, and walked right thru it. In my opinion, as he felt the thing around his neck he probably got scared and jerked back making it feel like he was being pulled down as the rope was nailed to the beam. The mark around his neck is very light, i think if the noose was actually tightening as it was around his neck would have left a very dark, almost bruising, purplelish bruise.. I found something that almost sounds very similiar to San Pedro case. I included it below, with a link about this haunting in Utah.




8) December 1, 1968 - Mrs. C used a folding chair up in the attic room to stand on, in order to get to the crawl space to the storage room, to check on her Christmas ornaments. When she stepped back down onto the chair, it started to fold up. A clear voice told her to "Go with the chair!". She wisely followed the advice, instead of jumping off, which was her first reaction. After recovering from her fall, she realized, that if she had jumped, she would've fallen through the entrance hole to the attic, and would've been found dead on the bathroom floor. She heard the same voice that had told her to go with the chair, saying, "That's how I died." Suddenly, Mrs. C suddenly realized that Toby's death was not a suicide at all, but an accident. Tobias had tied a rope to the rafters, with a noose on the end, to be used as a step to get to the furnace / storage room. When he came back down out of this storage room, the object he stepped down on fell over, causing him to fall, just like her folding chair. Consequently, his head landed into the noose he had earlier used to get up in the furnace room. When his body fell through the attic entrance hole, he hung himself accidentally.

www.hauntedhouses.com...

What do you think? Is there more video to this subject that maybe we have not seen?

Bud316



posted on May, 26 2011 @ 02:12 AM
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This subject freaks me the hell out.

I have seen this case on a few programmes and to me, it seems extremely real. I am no expert though. The wierdest thing. There must be evidence of where it originates from?



posted on Jun, 29 2013 @ 01:42 PM
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Originally posted by CandiceZ
Wow interesting stuff. How much more evidence do the sceptics need to prove that hauntings actually do happen? S&F.


How much, well dunno exactly, but a heck of alot more than the word of complete strangers and a couple pictures anyone can stage. Sorry but I'm gonna go with hoax on the attic hanging video/pictures.

as far as orbs....I've never seen anything that didn't look like dust, or a photoshop. Why would spirits from the other side show up as little orb faces anyway?

Until I have a personal undeniable experience with the paranormal I will continue to believe it's just another scam to get money out of scared people or people who have lost love ones.

-Edit to add* -BTW Nicely put together thread OP'er, although I don't believe in the paranormal, it is a well put together thread so
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posted on Jul, 1 2013 @ 02:03 PM
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they did a piece on the san pedro poltergeist case on paranormal witness, They even had the original people who experienced the event come and re-tell their story. The reason why this case stands out from so many others is because the attacked was photographed. Physical attack in serve haunting are real as it seems to be reported in so many other haunting cases. Objects being throw, Night time sleep attacks, scratches, being hit and slapped, pushed etc. I think you have to remember that just like in life people act in certain ways, some are nice people, some are mean people. Coming across a ghost that might have been a mean or violent person in life before they died, could definitely mean in the after life he could or would act the same way. That's not to say all haunting are violent in behavior, there have been cases of ghost/spirits protecting or helping people in case of danger.



posted on Jul, 2 2013 @ 12:57 AM
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What photos are you referring too? I heard some stomping in the attic but i saw no photos or videos that would make me believe.. I did find the dripping blood from the ceiling to be a bit odd, but when they started bringing in the oujia board i knew it was a joke especially when it shows the one film guy thrown up against a wall. total fail in my opinion.

Bud316



posted on Jul, 2 2013 @ 12:57 AM
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What photos are you referring too? I heard some stomping in the attic but i saw no photos or videos that would make me believe.. I did find the dripping blood from the ceiling to be a bit odd, but when they started bringing in the oujia board i knew it was a joke especially when it shows the one film guy thrown up against a wall. total fail in my opinion.

Bud316



posted on Jul, 4 2013 @ 05:41 AM
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hey bud if you do a google picture search of san pedro poltergeist you will find some stories and pictures related to the event.

www.phantomsandmonsters.com...

In this link there is some pictures of him getting hanged by the rafter by unseen force, supposedly the entity grabbed him by the camera string and tried to choke him, dragging him up to the rafters.



posted on Jul, 4 2013 @ 05:48 AM
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Frankly, the san pedro case has been around in the paranormal circles for awhile especially since they "supposely" had some sort of photographic evidence. Frankly, I seen some crazier stuff on the internet. There was a link that posted awhile back with this video edit of many famous ghost photographs, videos, etc. In this one video, a cloud of black smoke started to materialize in front of the camera in the corner of a bedroom, It looked like the smoke started to form into a shape. Of course, I'm always a skeptic that these videos are hoax or fakes, but when the guy panned the video camera from the black smoke to the mirror adjcent to the wall then back to the smoke still materializing. I knew this video was either a REALLY good fake(looked like a older video from the 80's and 90's) or this was the real deal. I wish I kept the link to that video or could find it again.





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