Paranoia or Paranormal?

Just how far will people go to not have to go to work?… This far:

A Indian railway station which was abandoned for 42 years because of fears that it was haunted has reopened in the eastern state of West Bengal.

Locals and railway workers say they lived in fear of a female phantom who frequented Begunkodor 260km (161 miles) from the state capital, Calcutta.

In 1967, a railway worker is said to have died days after he saw a “woman ghost” draped in a white sari.

Officials say the story was made up to avoid postings at the remote station.

Read More Here (Source): http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/8236178.stm

… So when I read an article about kids crying “ghost” in school, I have to wonder…Paranormal or Paranoia?

Sultan Shaikh of Kondhwa is not willing to send his children to school. The children say they are scared to even step into the school as they feel it is haunted. Last Monday, almost all students of Lady Haleema Begum Urdu School, Kondhwa, fled after what they claim was supernatural activity in school.

Read More Here (Source):http://www.indianexpress.com/news/-Ghost–forces-Kondhwa-school-to-shut/761294/

What do you think?

Haunted Lodgings: Hotel San Carlos

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Hotel San Carlos

Located in the heart of downtown Phoenix, Arizona at 202 North Central Avenue, is where you’ll find Hotel San Carlos, Phoenix’s original boutique hotel. Designed by architect George Witecross Ritchie in an Italian Renaissance Revival Style, the Hotel San Carlos brings a touch of nostalgia to the Copper Square District of today’s more modern downtown Phoenix. The building was constructed in 1927 and held its grand opening on March 20, 1928. When it was built, it was the first hotel in Phoenix to offer chilled air, and it also had the first elevator in Phoenix. The seven story building, then the tallest building in Phoenix, dominated the downtown skyline. Not two months after opening day, the building’s height would make the new Hotel San Carlos the location of a tragic event.
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