Illinois - Julia Buccola Petta died in childbirth in 1921 at the age of 29. Following her death, Julia was buried, wearing her wedding dress, along with her baby at Mount Carmel. Soon after, her mother began having dreams in which Julia was telling her that she was still alive. The dreams continued for the next six years. Finally, she obtained permission to have Julia's body dug up and examined. (Click for story)
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Rev. Ralph Hardy, a clergyman from British Columbia, snapped this image in 1966. He was photographing the spiral “Tulip Staircase” in the Queen’s House section of the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, England. The photograph shows a shrouded figure climbing the stairs, grasping the railing with both hands
"Berini hauntings" 70's-80's -In one of the most shocking Poltergeist cases of recent times, a New England family was disturbed and ultimately terrified by a series of apparitions. What began as a benign but remarkable haunting, escalated into terrifying poltergeist activity, makes this one of the most remarkable cases of paranormal activity in recent American history. The real name of the family involved has been kept secret to protect their privacy.