WEFOUNDA Ghost Walking Through a Dream: A Curious Collection of Haiku and Illustrations


When people have a run in with ghosts they will often pick up the phone and call police. But who you gonna’ call when it’s the police who face an encounter from “the other side?”

Officer Karl Romero was watching the surveillance cams one night at the Espanola police station in New Mexico when he saw a figure of a silhouette walking through a highly secured area of the property.

According to detectives at the department, there is no way in or out of the secure facility without the gates being open or an alarm sounding. Of course, an enterprising prowler or hacker could probably figure out a way to disable or bypass the security system.

A White Lady is a type of female ghost dressed in all white reportedly seen in rural areas and associated with some local legend of tragedy. While White Lady legends are found in many countries around the world, they are most prominent in parts of the United States, Ireland and Great Britain. Most famous is the lady in white in Rochester, New York . Common to many of these legends is the theme of loss of a daughter or betrayal of a husband.

In popular medieval legend , a White Lady is fabled to appear by day as well as by night in a house in which a family member is soon to die. According to The Nuttall Encyclopedia , these spirits were regarded as the ghosts of deceased ancestresses.

The White Lady (also known as the 'Running Lady') of Beeford , East Yorkshire resides on the "Beeford Straight", a stretch of road between Beeford and Brandesburton . Motorists have reported her apparition running across the Beeford Straight toward the junction of North Frodingham . Anecdotal tales also report a motorcyclist picking up a female hitchhiker on the same stretch of road. A few miles later the motorcyclist, upon turning around, noticed the passenger had vanished. In one instance, a car crashed into a tree killing 6 people. It is rumored to be the white lady's curse. [1]

Ghost is a written or spoken word game in which players take turns adding letters to a growing word fragment, trying not to be the one to complete a valid word. Each fragment must be the beginning of an actual word, and usually some minimum is set on the length of a word that counts, such as three or four letters. The player who completes a word loses the round and earns a "letter" (as in the basketball game horse ), with players being eliminated when they have been given all five letters of the word "ghost".

Ghost can be played by two or more players of any age and requires no equipment, although it can be played with pencil and paper instead of being spoken aloud.

A player is chosen at random to start the game, and begins by naming any letter of the alphabet. Players then take turns to add letters to this fragment, with the aim being to avoid completing an actual word. The player whose turn it is may - instead of adding a letter - challenge the previous player to prove that the current fragment is actually the beginning of a word. If the challenged player can name such a word, the challenger loses the round; otherwise the challenged player loses the round. If a player bluffs, or completes a word without other players noticing, then play continues. When a round ends, play generally passes to the left.

When people have a run in with ghosts they will often pick up the phone and call police. But who you gonna’ call when it’s the police who face an encounter from “the other side?”

Officer Karl Romero was watching the surveillance cams one night at the Espanola police station in New Mexico when he saw a figure of a silhouette walking through a highly secured area of the property.

According to detectives at the department, there is no way in or out of the secure facility without the gates being open or an alarm sounding. Of course, an enterprising prowler or hacker could probably figure out a way to disable or bypass the security system.

When people have a run in with ghosts they will often pick up the phone and call police. But who you gonna’ call when it’s the police who face an encounter from “the other side?”

Officer Karl Romero was watching the surveillance cams one night at the Espanola police station in New Mexico when he saw a figure of a silhouette walking through a highly secured area of the property.

According to detectives at the department, there is no way in or out of the secure facility without the gates being open or an alarm sounding. Of course, an enterprising prowler or hacker could probably figure out a way to disable or bypass the security system.

A White Lady is a type of female ghost dressed in all white reportedly seen in rural areas and associated with some local legend of tragedy. While White Lady legends are found in many countries around the world, they are most prominent in parts of the United States, Ireland and Great Britain. Most famous is the lady in white in Rochester, New York . Common to many of these legends is the theme of loss of a daughter or betrayal of a husband.

In popular medieval legend , a White Lady is fabled to appear by day as well as by night in a house in which a family member is soon to die. According to The Nuttall Encyclopedia , these spirits were regarded as the ghosts of deceased ancestresses.

The White Lady (also known as the 'Running Lady') of Beeford , East Yorkshire resides on the "Beeford Straight", a stretch of road between Beeford and Brandesburton . Motorists have reported her apparition running across the Beeford Straight toward the junction of North Frodingham . Anecdotal tales also report a motorcyclist picking up a female hitchhiker on the same stretch of road. A few miles later the motorcyclist, upon turning around, noticed the passenger had vanished. In one instance, a car crashed into a tree killing 6 people. It is rumored to be the white lady's curse. [1]


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