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Anonymous asked: Have you ever heard of Pocongs or Pontianaks?

No, I havent, but I looked them up and they sound really interesting. I will have to look into them a little more. 

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missmisbehaved asked: For years I've felt as if I have some type Of energy following me, constantly I feel someone or something with me. But I'm also very paranoid, how can I tell the difference between an actual spirit presence and my own mind playing games

If you were being followed around by a spirit you would probably know by now, but just in case I will give you a list of signs just in case. 

  • Cold Spots: This is the most common effect of being around spirits. Sudden temperature drops that seem limited to a single small location usually happen when a spirit is present, and if the spirit is following you around the cold spot will come with it. 
  • Phantom Smells: This usually happens with spirits of smellier people. Ghosts of smokers or people who wear perfume can sometimes still have their signature scent. 
  • Strange Happenings: This is an obvious one. Poltergeist activity is the most common experience witnessed by those being haunted by a ghost. This usually happens to teenagers. 
  • Other people seeing someone with you: Sometimes other people can be more sensitive to ghosts without knowing it. They might casually mention another person who isn’t  there. 

Taking your age as a factor (I checked your tumblr, hope you dont mind) if something malicious, playful or with a message was following you around you would know by now. Malicious spirits love using the energy of teenagers to turn into poltergeists. I’ve also met a lot of people with spirits following them around and they have had lots of experiences to prove that they are there. Most spirits who follow people are usually family members, so if it isnt all in your head you have nothing to worry about. It could just be someone watching out for you. 

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Screaming Skulls - 
Said to haunt several places in England, screaming skulls are disembodied skulls that are emotionally attached to the area they haunt. Most screaming skulls belong to victims of religious persecution during the 16th century. Other screaming skulls are from people who lost their heads in various violent ways, such as murder. 
People who become  screaming skulls share a common wish, which is to be buried within the walls of the house otherwise their spirit will never rest in peace. When their wishes are ignored and they are given a grave burial, their spirit protests with unexplained happenings and strange noises, such as bangs, crashes and moans. Usually the family makes the connection between the strange happenings and ignoring their loved one’s request so they dig up their body and place their skull in the house. This stops the noises and strange occurrences.
Trouble ensues any time someone tries to remove the skull from the house. This makes the skull scream and causes the spirit to lash out with poltergeist activity. People have taken drastic measures to silence a screaming skull, such as throwing the skull into a moat or a lake. They have also tried to break them up, burn them or bury them in quicklime but nothing works. Sometimes a skull will simply frighten whoever takes it by reappearing in its original spot. More often, the skull will take its revenge by bringing the person who took it some type of bad luck, even death to them or a relative. Violent storms may destroy property, crops might fail and cattle may die if the skull is not put back in the house. 

Screaming Skulls - 

Said to haunt several places in England, screaming skulls are disembodied skulls that are emotionally attached to the area they haunt. Most screaming skulls belong to victims of religious persecution during the 16th century. Other screaming skulls are from people who lost their heads in various violent ways, such as murder. 

People who become  screaming skulls share a common wish, which is to be buried within the walls of the house otherwise their spirit will never rest in peace. When their wishes are ignored and they are given a grave burial, their spirit protests with unexplained happenings and strange noises, such as bangs, crashes and moans. Usually the family makes the connection between the strange happenings and ignoring their loved one’s request so they dig up their body and place their skull in the house. This stops the noises and strange occurrences.

Trouble ensues any time someone tries to remove the skull from the house. This makes the skull scream and causes the spirit to lash out with poltergeist activity. People have taken drastic measures to silence a screaming skull, such as throwing the skull into a moat or a lake. They have also tried to break them up, burn them or bury them in quicklime but nothing works. Sometimes a skull will simply frighten whoever takes it by reappearing in its original spot. More often, the skull will take its revenge by bringing the person who took it some type of bad luck, even death to them or a relative. Violent storms may destroy property, crops might fail and cattle may die if the skull is not put back in the house. 

Qalupalik -
A humanoid creature from Inuit mythology, qalupaliks are water beings who live under the ice. They look like humans but they have long hair with green skin, long fingernails and ugly faces. They wear an amautit, which is a form of pouch that Inuit parents wear to carry children. 
Qalupaliks are very similar to grindylows. They steal children and babies. They usually wait at the water’s edge to snatch away any children who wander away from their parents and go too close to the water. They will also seek out disobedient children and kidnap them. The qalupalik will put a child into their amautik, take them into the water and keep them forever. 
There is no way to get a child back once it has been stolen by the qalupaliks. The only real defense against them is to notice the distinctive humming sound they make before they appear. 

Qalupalik -

A humanoid creature from Inuit mythology, qalupaliks are water beings who live under the ice. They look like humans but they have long hair with green skin, long fingernails and ugly faces. They wear an amautit, which is a form of pouch that Inuit parents wear to carry children. 

Qalupaliks are very similar to grindylows. They steal children and babies. They usually wait at the water’s edge to snatch away any children who wander away from their parents and go too close to the water. They will also seek out disobedient children and kidnap them. The qalupalik will put a child into their amautik, take them into the water and keep them forever. 

There is no way to get a child back once it has been stolen by the qalupaliks. The only real defense against them is to notice the distinctive humming sound they make before they appear. 

Kanontsistonties -
Spirits from Native American, legends, Kanontsistonties are flying disembodied heads with wings. In some legends they have talons and their size can vary, some heads are giant. The origins of the flying heads changes depending on the story but in most legends they are the spirits of people who have been murdered and decapitated. Some legends say that those who practice cannibalism will return as flying heads as punishment for their actions. 
Kanontsistonties are hungry for human flesh and blood. Their hunger can never be satisfied because they no longer have a body. This means that they are doomed to hunt for blood and people to eat for eternity. Some legends also say that Kanontsistonties cause whirlwinds because they can fly so quickly. 
The flying heads are near impossible to kill but in one story a head was tricked into eating a hot coal from a fire. The head suddenly burst into flames before exploding. 

Kanontsistonties -

Spirits from Native American, legends, Kanontsistonties are flying disembodied heads with wings. In some legends they have talons and their size can vary, some heads are giant. The origins of the flying heads changes depending on the story but in most legends they are the spirits of people who have been murdered and decapitated. Some legends say that those who practice cannibalism will return as flying heads as punishment for their actions. 

Kanontsistonties are hungry for human flesh and blood. Their hunger can never be satisfied because they no longer have a body. This means that they are doomed to hunt for blood and people to eat for eternity. Some legends also say that Kanontsistonties cause whirlwinds because they can fly so quickly. 

The flying heads are near impossible to kill but in one story a head was tricked into eating a hot coal from a fire. The head suddenly burst into flames before exploding. 

The Eiffel Tower -
One of the most iconic buildings in the world, the Eiffel Tower was opened to the public in 1889. Sadly it’s popularity and height have also made it one of the most popular suicide locations in the world. Over 400 suicides have occurred at the Eiffel Tower, and every year the French police have to talk down dozens of people who are threatening to leap from the tower. Most of these people are heartbroken and distraught lovers who have chosen the romantic location of the Eiffel Tower as their place of death. 
Surprisingly the ghost who haunts the Eiffel Tower did not come from one of these suicides. A couple, who had met at the Eiffel Tower, planned to meet there for a date. The man was planning on proposing at the top of the Tower, but the woman was set on ending their relationship that day. When he proposed and she said no he pushed her off the Tower to her death. Her ghost is said to still haunt the Tower and her laughter can be heard echoing around the top floor, usually followed by her saying “No”, a piercing scream and deathly silence. 

The Eiffel Tower -

One of the most iconic buildings in the world, the Eiffel Tower was opened to the public in 1889. Sadly it’s popularity and height have also made it one of the most popular suicide locations in the world. Over 400 suicides have occurred at the Eiffel Tower, and every year the French police have to talk down dozens of people who are threatening to leap from the tower. Most of these people are heartbroken and distraught lovers who have chosen the romantic location of the Eiffel Tower as their place of death. 

Surprisingly the ghost who haunts the Eiffel Tower did not come from one of these suicides. A couple, who had met at the Eiffel Tower, planned to meet there for a date. The man was planning on proposing at the top of the Tower, but the woman was set on ending their relationship that day. When he proposed and she said no he pushed her off the Tower to her death. Her ghost is said to still haunt the Tower and her laughter can be heard echoing around the top floor, usually followed by her saying “No”, a piercing scream and deathly silence. 

La Diablesse -
A malicious shapeshifting spirit from Caribbean folklore, La Diablesse is well known for her dealings with the devil. At a distance she looks very beautiful with a stunning figure and dress but her large hat hides her hideous face and her long dress hides the fact that one of her legs ends in a cow hoof. When she walks the foot with the cow hoof has to remain on grass at all times. She only appears when the moon is full and she waits on byways where men are likely to pass.
La Diablesse uses spells to seduce unsuspecting men. She will sing a bewitching song that will force the men to follow her into a forest. It is then that she reveals her face and the hideous sight frightens the men into madness so they run off a cliff or into a river and die. 
The only way to avoid La Diablesse  is to keep an eye out for her foot with the cow hoof. 

La Diablesse -

A malicious shapeshifting spirit from Caribbean folklore, La Diablesse is well known for her dealings with the devil. At a distance she looks very beautiful with a stunning figure and dress but her large hat hides her hideous face and her long dress hides the fact that one of her legs ends in a cow hoof. When she walks the foot with the cow hoof has to remain on grass at all times. She only appears when the moon is full and she waits on byways where men are likely to pass.

La Diablesse uses spells to seduce unsuspecting men. She will sing a bewitching song that will force the men to follow her into a forest. It is then that she reveals her face and the hideous sight frightens the men into madness so they run off a cliff or into a river and die. 

The only way to avoid La Diablesse  is to keep an eye out for her foot with the cow hoof. 

Two-Face -
A cruel creature that appears in the folklore of several Native American tribes, Two-Face, also known as Sharp Elbows, is a two faced person who delights torture and killing. In Lakota legends, the Two-face is often a woman who has been turned into a two-faced monster, while in other legends there is an entire race of two-faced people. One of the faces is extremely beautiful, but the other, on the back of its head, is hideous and frightening. The Two-Face has extremely sharp bones protruding from its elbows that it uses as weapons. 
Two-Face is a man eating monster. Making any kind of eye contact with the second face will either cause you to instantly die or be paralyzed with fear until the Two-Face turns around and murders you with its sharp elbows. It prefers to prey on children and pregnant women, either kidnapping, murdering, mutilating or eating them. They are also said to cause fits and night terrors in children. 
The only defense against the Two-Face is to avoid eye contact with its second face and flee immediately. 

Two-Face -

A cruel creature that appears in the folklore of several Native American tribes, Two-Face, also known as Sharp Elbows, is a two faced person who delights torture and killing. In Lakota legends, the Two-face is often a woman who has been turned into a two-faced monster, while in other legends there is an entire race of two-faced people. One of the faces is extremely beautiful, but the other, on the back of its head, is hideous and frightening. The Two-Face has extremely sharp bones protruding from its elbows that it uses as weapons. 

Two-Face is a man eating monster. Making any kind of eye contact with the second face will either cause you to instantly die or be paralyzed with fear until the Two-Face turns around and murders you with its sharp elbows. It prefers to prey on children and pregnant women, either kidnapping, murdering, mutilating or eating them. They are also said to cause fits and night terrors in children. 

The only defense against the Two-Face is to avoid eye contact with its second face and flee immediately. 

Conn Barracks -
The site of an old Nazi hospital and psyche ward in Schweinfurt, Germany, today Conn Barracks is a military base for American soldiers.
Over the years many American soldiers have had the same experience in one particular room of the barracks. This room is right above what was known as the drainage room. It was a room that was used to drain bodies before they could be embalmed. According to the soldiers they would wake up in the middle of the night to find a Nazi solider standing over their bed looking at them and talking in German to a blood covered nurse standing beside them. The nurse always has a sad face. The Nazi barks orders to the nurse that the soldier does not understand and before they can react the nurse leans over the bed and chokes them until they fall back to sleep. 
Another ghost that has been sighted inside the barracks is that of a young woman who wanders the hallways carrying a fetus. 

Conn Barracks -

The site of an old Nazi hospital and psyche ward in Schweinfurt, Germany, today Conn Barracks is a military base for American soldiers.

Over the years many American soldiers have had the same experience in one particular room of the barracks. This room is right above what was known as the drainage room. It was a room that was used to drain bodies before they could be embalmed. According to the soldiers they would wake up in the middle of the night to find a Nazi solider standing over their bed looking at them and talking in German to a blood covered nurse standing beside them. The nurse always has a sad face. The Nazi barks orders to the nurse that the soldier does not understand and before they can react the nurse leans over the bed and chokes them until they fall back to sleep. 

Another ghost that has been sighted inside the barracks is that of a young woman who wanders the hallways carrying a fetus.