Ghost Stories In Greenfield

Ghost Stories In Greenfield

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Betty

Europe

#1 Dec 7, 2012
Anybody got any Ghost stories or scary things ?
Tianna Bowe

Europe

#2 Dec 7, 2012
Not really a Ghost Story
But the first night I spent at Rowdy's
and having to share the bed with Rowdy and another Woman
that was pretty
"CREEPY"
Mary

Europe

#3 Dec 7, 2012
The ghost of old don wilson with a cheese cutter in his hand has been seen in the woods.
You know

Washington Court House, OH

#5 Dec 7, 2012
Rowdy has bedbugs, he got them from where he would steal furniture from people he did wrong in his nasty places and got bedbugs bad! You could play connect the dots with him and jays bedbug bites and acne all day! You can even see them on his curtains it's nasty! His sister rise has them to the whole family does I think it's funny haha hehehe karma!
mrs bobo

Batavia, OH

#6 Dec 7, 2012
i liaved in a house with a haunted bathroom once. statue had eyes that followed you around and you had to turn it outside the window or it woul dlook at you when you took your shower or did your business.
Hassan

Europe

#7 Dec 10, 2012
mrs bobo wrote:
i liaved in a house with a haunted bathroom once. statue had eyes that followed you around and you had to turn it outside the window or it woul dlook at you when you took your shower or did your business.
My Uncle used to have picture of Saddam Hussein naked on bedroom wall and His C..K used to folow you around the room, me and my sisters used to get unnerved so we take shoes off and throw at picture.
Saddam small man downstairs he look like Rod Croy from the waist down.
Omg

Springfield, NJ

#8 Dec 15, 2012
Melissa east got married
MrFunny

Lewis Center, OH

#9 Dec 29, 2012
Well all th girls in greenfiel keep their legs open i'm pretty sureif you enter in one of their man caves you'll find some prett scary storie on how you had to get a STD check
Roderick

Europe

#10 Dec 29, 2012
chance would be a fine thing not even sure if mine still works not been used since the wife left.
True Story Dawg

Delaware, OH

#12 Jan 3, 2013
Greenfield, Ohio, is plagued by two ghost stories. One of the stories has a basis in fact, or at least there is some historical evidence to highlight the story. The other popular ghost story in Greenfield is one that sounds very similar to ones told all over the Midwest.
The Edward McClain High School in Greenfield, Ohio is one place rumored to be haunted. According to the story this school was originally built by a couple named McClain. When they began construction during the 1800's they argued over whether or not to add a gorgeous chandelier to the building.

The story claims that Edward wanted a gorgeous marble staircase, while his wife wanted the chandelier. He eventually added the staircase, but continued her request for the chandelier. When she passed away though, she finally got her wish. Suddenly those in the neighborhood began noticing a gorgeous chandelier hanging from the ceiling. It was only evident to those who were outside of the building. Some claim that this ghostly image can still be seen when you walk by the Sixth Street entrance to the school.

Greenfield is also home to a ghostly crybaby bridge. According to the legend, Greenfield was once home to a young mother who practiced witchcraft. One night locals decided to finally rid the woman from their town. They chased her out to the bridge, where she accidentally dropped her baby over its side. As she continued to scream for her child, the locals killed her.

The legend says that cars that attempt to drive over this bridge at night will find that the engines suddenly die in the middle. As you sit inside your car you will hear the sounds of people running onto the bridge and shouting. You can also hear what sounds like a baby crying under the bridge.

The story of the crybaby bridge is one that I've heard from dozens of states, though not as detailed or elaborate as this one. The idea of a witchcraft practicing mother is interesting, though it doesn't have much basis in fact.

Greenfield is also home to an interesting story that eventually found its way into the New York Times. According to a local minister, the town experienced a female ghost who seemed to enjoy kissing "virtuous" young men. A number of residents claimed to see this spirit, and she almost always grabbed young men, or offered them a kiss.

Some believed that the woman was once a teacher in New England who was ignored by men during life. The story was originally published in 1981, and at the time people wholeheartedly believed it. The ghost was always accused of attacking young men, and the minister was certain that it was a sign of the end of times.

Now this story is just cute, and an interesting side note to the town. Was there really a ghost? Or were there just a new less than virtuous men in town who were looking for something supernatural to describe their actions? Unless someone admits the truth, we may never know.
Really

United States

#13 Jan 3, 2013
True Story Dawg wrote:
Greenfield, Ohio, is plagued by two ghost stories. One of the stories has a basis in fact, or at least there is some historical evidence to highlight the story. The other popular ghost story in Greenfield is one that sounds very similar to ones told all over the Midwest.
The Edward McClain High School in Greenfield, Ohio is one place rumored to be haunted. According to the story this school was originally built by a couple named McClain. When they began construction during the 1800's they argued over whether or not to add a gorgeous chandelier to the building.
The story claims that Edward wanted a gorgeous marble staircase, while his wife wanted the chandelier. He eventually added the staircase, but continued her request for the chandelier. When she passed away though, she finally got her wish. Suddenly those in the neighborhood began noticing a gorgeous chandelier hanging from the ceiling. It was only evident to those who were outside of the building. Some claim that this ghostly image can still be seen when you walk by the Sixth Street entrance to the school.
Greenfield is also home to a ghostly crybaby bridge. According to the legend, Greenfield was once home to a young mother who practiced witchcraft. One night locals decided to finally rid the woman from their town. They chased her out to the bridge, where she accidentally dropped her baby over its side. As she continued to scream for her child, the locals killed her.
The legend says that cars that attempt to drive over this bridge at night will find that the engines suddenly die in the middle. As you sit inside your car you will hear the sounds of people running onto the bridge and shouting. You can also hear what sounds like a baby crying under the bridge.
The story of the crybaby bridge is one that I've heard from dozens of states, though not as detailed or elaborate as this one. The idea of a witchcraft practicing mother is interesting, though it doesn't have much basis in fact.
Greenfield is also home to an interesting story that eventually found its way into the New York Times. According to a local minister, the town experienced a female ghost who seemed to enjoy kissing "virtuous" young men. A number of residents claimed to see this spirit, and she almost always grabbed young men, or offered them a kiss.
Some believed that the woman was once a teacher in New England who was ignored by men during life. The story was originally published in 1981, and at the time people wholeheartedly believed it. The ghost was always accused of attacking young men, and the minister was certain that it was a sign of the end of times.
Now this story is just cute, and an interesting side note to the town. Was there really a ghost? Or were there just a new less than virtuous men in town who were looking for something supernatural to describe their actions? Unless someone admits the truth, we may never know.
i think the story of the school is in one of them haunted ohio books. It's a great story and very interesting!!! I'm really glad to see a serious poster thanks!!!
Hassan

Europe

#14 Jan 7, 2013
True Story Dawg wrote:
Greenfield, Ohio, is plagued by two ghost stories. One of the stories has a basis in fact, or at least there is some historical evidence to highlight the story. The other popular ghost story in Greenfield is one that sounds very similar to ones told all over the Midwest.
The Edward McClain High School in Greenfield, Ohio is one place rumored to be haunted. According to the story this school was originally built by a couple named McClain. When they began construction during the 1800's they argued over whether or not to add a gorgeous chandelier to the building.
The story claims that Edward wanted a gorgeous marble staircase, while his wife wanted the chandelier. He eventually added the staircase, but continued her request for the chandelier. When she passed away though, she finally got her wish. Suddenly those in the neighborhood began noticing a gorgeous chandelier hanging from the ceiling. It was only evident to those who were outside of the building. Some claim that this ghostly image can still be seen when you walk by the Sixth Street entrance to the school.
Greenfield is also home to a ghostly crybaby bridge. According to the legend, Greenfield was once home to a young mother who practiced witchcraft. One night locals decided to finally rid the woman from their town. They chased her out to the bridge, where she accidentally dropped her baby over its side. As she continued to scream for her child, the locals killed her.
The legend says that cars that attempt to drive over this bridge at night will find that the engines suddenly die in the middle. As you sit inside your car you will hear the sounds of people running onto the bridge and shouting. You can also hear what sounds like a baby crying under the bridge.
The story of the crybaby bridge is one that I've heard from dozens of states, though not as detailed or elaborate as this one. The idea of a witchcraft practicing mother is interesting, though it doesn't have much basis in fact.
Greenfield is also home to an interesting story that eventually found its way into the New York Times. According to a local minister, the town experienced a female ghost who seemed to enjoy kissing "virtuous" young men. A number of residents claimed to see this spirit, and she almost always grabbed young men, or offered them a kiss.
Some believed that the woman was once a teacher in New England who was ignored by men during life. The story was originally published in 1981, and at the time people wholeheartedly believed it. The ghost was always accused of attacking young men, and the minister was certain that it was a sign of the end of times.
Now this story is just cute, and an interesting side note to the town. Was there really a ghost? Or were there just a new less than virtuous men in town who were looking for something supernatural to describe their actions? Unless someone admits the truth, we may never know.
bound to be a relative of Ashley Brown
mrs bobo

Batavia, OH

#15 Jan 7, 2013
the letters on this one are so little i can barely read them!! why do you write so small hassan?
McClain house

Cincinnati, OH

#16 Jan 7, 2013
I have one for you. When Mr. McClain passed away he requested that his house be burnt to te ground so no one could live there. This house was located next to Anderson Funeral home in Greenfield. All that remains now are the concrete steps. If you watch the house at night around the time of his death you can see his ghost
mist walking towards where the house is (was). My husband's grandpa told him the story.
Wow

Cincinnati, OH

#17 Jan 7, 2013
Mom told me about this story. Except when she went there she saw a light. And she said she didn't know where it came from. Like it was a lantern or something. She was only in her 20's. And that was like 40 years ago!!!!
Rod Croy

Europe

#18 Jan 8, 2013
Wow wrote:
Mom told me about this story. Except when she went there she saw a light. And she said she didn't know where it came from. Like it was a lantern or something. She was only in her 20's. And that was like 40 years ago!!!!
was your mom a heavy drug user ?
mrs bobo

Batavia, OH

#20 Jan 9, 2013
my home is not haunted not that i know of anyway. my brother says his house has a ghost dog in it but he lives a long way away from here. woof boo!
Unknown

Lewis Center, OH

#21 Jan 12, 2013
my house is haunted. it contains two women, and a baby. one women was a music teacher.i would like to get ghost hunting equipment and check out more
Debra Crago

Europe

#22 Jan 16, 2013
Anybody got any more stories
as hoping to have a Greenfield ghost festival in the fall.
thanks x
Rod and Betina

Europe

#23 Jan 16, 2013
mrs bobo wrote:
the letters on this one are so little i can barely read them!! why do you write so small hassan?
Because he only has small hands that match his small prick.

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