“Dundas & Yonge, please” I said while entering a cold cab. I noticed that it was a crisp, snowy and bright day. Hey there, Anna! How are you?” The cabby said as he was turning around and pinning his puffy black jacket covered arm over the car seat. “Tony!” I said with surprise! I never even looked at the cabby as I entered the cab previously. I reached over and pressed his arm with care as I looked into his bright green eyes. “Before we go to the Eaton’s Center can we stop at my parent’s place?” FADE TO BLACK as I entered consciousness while my heart was pounding and my breathing was accelerated.
Archive for November, 2008
I am feeling a bit troubled lately. I have encountered some negative energy from a couple of miserable-pathetic persons in mid October and it has really angered me. Combine that with the strange presence from one of my Ouija boards on Halloween and you get me waking up every day since around 3am.
Top 5 Haunted Buildings in Toronto
Friday October 31, 2008
It’s Halloween! What better way to celebrate than with some ghost stories? Here are CityNews.ca’s Top 5 Haunted Buildings in Toronto.
5. Old City Hall
Judges’ robes mysteriously being pulled, footsteps heard walking down deserted hallways, moans from empty holding cells in the basement – these are among the many unexplained occurrences that have been reported from Old City Hall. So what (or who) is disturbing the building? One theory is that it’s the ghosts of Robert Turpin and Arthur Lucas, the last two men sentenced to hang in Canada. Although tried for separate crimes their lawyer, Ross MacKay, believed both men to be innocent. Whether it’s the spirit of disgruntled criminals or just an old creepy building is up to you to decide.
This past Halloween my sister in law and I decided to celebrate our birthdays though they were early in the month. As Libras we are both sensitives and both very interested in the paranormal. I have a small collection of Ouija boards so I decided that I would give her one.