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Leave Me Alone!

Muncie, Indiana

There is a historical building where a women, who was pregnant, lived with her husband. Her husband was abusive and beat her hard and often. One day she stood in the middle of the drive and slit one wrist. Before she died she said “Jeff, leave me alone!” Right down the road is a tree that hangs over the road and once in a while you’ll see her and her little baby happy on the limb.

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your idiots! says:

April 8, 2008, 12:15 pm

Slitting your wrist can’t kill you that fast… trust me, I’ve tried.

Randy says:

May 20, 2008, 7:06 am

Duh… I lived in Muncie for 17 years and I haven’t seen a house by a tree.

ghosthunter says:

June 8, 2008, 6:47 am

ummm i still do not beilve any of this **** and your idiots is writ slitin yor wrists can killyuo un less tou go really deep and you move down

ghosthunter says:

June 8, 2008, 6:51 am

ummm i still do not beilve any of this **** and your idiots is writ slitin yor wrists can kill you unless you cut really deep and you move downward your pretty much safe auther than the pain

Bobby Hill says:

July 12, 2008, 11:25 pm

cool

Nellie says:

July 17, 2008, 8:46 am

I think this story is not true, but then again it is a crazy world we live in. YOU NEVER KNOW!!!!!!

sarah says:

July 24, 2008, 9:55 am

i would like the adress for this haunted place… i would like to go see this ghost woman and her baby!!

Dan A says:

July 24, 2008, 2:22 pm

It’s just a story. It’s just a story because there are no newspaper or police information. You are very naive if you just automatically believe this. Grow up, learn critical thinking skills and think for yourself. For me, there is no evidence that this is a true story. That, and the fact that there have never been any scientifically verifiable proof of the existence of ghosts, leads me to believe that this is fiction.

kaylynn says:

August 28, 2008, 7:57 am

why doesn’t have more to it i would like to know more like pictures or a video of apersonal experience.

Whittney says:

September 4, 2008, 8:44 pm

Look I have lived in Muncie for 9 yrs and i have never heard of this dumb story from anyone and i should know about if its true cause i work with the elderly and they love to talk about the past and history, trials and tribulations that have happend. None of them ahs spoken about this soposse scandalise act. So if your gonna right about ghost hauntings then maybe you should do your research and check out Muncie Historic District where many house are haunted like the Old Hospital on South Council Street. Use to be apartments but was soon abandon cause of the fact tenants couldnt reside there for the spirits who claimed the building before them first….

Amber Spurlin says:

September 7, 2008, 5:36 pm

Where is this place located at in muncie?please tell me so I can go have a look.Thanks alot

wtf? says:

September 20, 2008, 10:58 pm

1) This story is not true
2) i attended ball state after a long family tradition and now my roommate also attended bsu as well as her parents and sister.
3)there are some places on campus that are haunted–laffotte(sp) and also there is a room in the library were people arent allowed either because a guy supposedly hung himself. I cant say that i trully believe it but i know that while i was at bsu some friends got in trouble for trying to get onto the 8th floor. but as for this story there is no links to external sources, the tree down the road little ways from the house was there a white picked fence too? so anyways… i am done with my rantings…and for those who post on here and say to get a life—my question is why are you posting?

jeremy says:

April 30, 2009, 1:02 am

we asked for directions not if ur gay or if u dont believe it we ask for the freaking driections if anybody has drections email me. ok and dont tell other huanted houses in the comments for one that we need driections to my email is lee.bennett50@yahoo.com email me or if ur a haunted house freak email me to me and my girl r and we like to know of some if so u can come to

jeremy says:

April 30, 2009, 1:06 am

so let me know if u know where the alone one about the pregnant chick that died when she was preganant let me know email me lee.bennett50@yahoo.com i would like to know the directions i live in muncie indiana

Keith D Roediger says:

May 4, 2009, 7:01 pm

We would all like to beleave that there’s something out there, I would very much like to experience a ghost or something that is “Extraordinary” would’nt that be so cool. Ghost stories, Urban Legends, are good, but the real thing would be Amazing.

hugs98 says:

May 9, 2009, 9:55 am

wow thats …. idk

Teresa says:

October 5, 2009, 4:06 pm

Please theres to many of them

Patricia Anderson says:

February 9, 2010, 1:25 pm

I’m from Indy…There is a bridge in Avon that is haunted. My aunt, 3cousins and I went to, ithink, cry baby bridge. It is the story about the worker that fell into the cement while working and is still in the bridge. The most common experience was the sight of a woman looking for her child that was dead and or the sound of a child crying and seeing a tear on the dryest nights hit the ground infront of you. Well we went to the bridge and did not see the mother and did not here the child. But I am sencetive to paranormal activity and thats why they braught me. I felt the presents of someone and soon after there was a big droplet that fell in front of me. When we got in my aunts brand new detailed car there was a mans dirt boot print.It was not there when we got in and all of us had small feet and flip flops on. It was a trippy night. Fun.

Sarah says:

April 25, 2010, 1:07 pm

Okay, people. There is no way this can be true. I live less than 15 minutes from the south side of town, and the closest to having a haunted house in our area is in Farmland.

Patricia Anderson says:

April 30, 2010, 10:59 am

Ok then sarah you are trying to tell me that me and 4 other people are wrong … i don’t think so….I have had plenty of paranormal activity in my life…there is a house on the east side on emerson that is now vacant. It stands next to an old creepy house. I use to live there…There was one room my mom and i would not enter because the carpets were blood red and there was always a presents when in there. One night when it was only my mom and i the doors started opening and closing , the windows slammed shut and out of nowhere it stopped that night we left and never went back. That house was never reported haunted and yet i had a huge experience so don’t tell me the only place close is that farm place because the paranormal is all around us…indy is full of good haunts you just have to know where to look… anyone want to here more places that i have experienced crazy things let me know…lilmike_1090@sbcglobal.net

Patricia Anderson says:

April 30, 2010, 11:21 am

Okay Sarah, you seem to be a very close minded person. If you think that that is the closest place in Indy that has paranormal activity you are mistaken. I have had experiences all my life ranging from voices to objects moving and seeing things over and over again that I canΓ’??t explain. In the 90Γ’??s I lived in a house on the east side on emerson that stands next to an old creepy house. My mother father and I had lived there about 2 weeks. There was one room in the house that my mother and I would not enter. The room always had a sad cold feeling to it and it had blood red carpet. One night my mom and I were at home alone watching tv and out of nowhere the doors started opening and closing, the windows slammed shut and the tv turned off. Me and my mom left the house that night and never went back. That house is now vacant. That was never documented as a haunted house but me and my mom know it is. Paranoral is all around us and for you to think that the closest place is in farm land, you are wrong. If anyone wants to here more storys about my findings in the past 11 yrs. I will be more than happy to share. Lilmike_1090@sbcglobal.net πŸ™‚

Hannah says:

May 1, 2010, 4:47 pm

this is the worst story I have ever heard in my entire life. I can’t believe that anyone would believe it!

Amy says:

May 11, 2010, 10:31 am

Boooo freaking Lame! It makes no damn sense!! Try another story!

Me :D says:

July 5, 2010, 1:42 pm

Hey, what year did this take place, do you know? That’d be awesome to know. Thanks!

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Patricia Anderson says:

August 24, 2010, 5:58 pm

Amy and Hannah are stupid B******! it happened in 1994. The house stands on East emerson. Soon after i posted my story I found out that the large house next to it was truly haunted. I still need to read up on the house which I will do tonight. Email me and I will let you in on the story. im sure ill find it. πŸ˜€

InuJeffie says:

September 5, 2010, 8:05 pm

Sounds like an anime to me or a fictional ghost novel or movie. You know, a pregnant lady is murdered by her husband or someone psycho killer or commits suicide to escape her abusive. Then, the hero kills her killer or the person who drove her to suicide & she appears before the hero, baby in arms, to thank them before departing. Then they appear again sitting in a random place, like a tree, happily with baby still in arms, enjoying afterlife.

InuJeffie says:

September 5, 2010, 8:14 pm

Sounds like an anime series or anime movie to me. You know, pregnant lady commits suicide or is murdered & the hero kills her murderer(or the person who drove her to suicide). Then she appears, baby in arms, before the hero an thanks them before disappearing or passing over, only to appear in the ending credits sitting in a sakura(cherry blossom) tree, with her baby still in her arms, seeming to enjoy the afterlife.

countrygirl says:

November 5, 2010, 9:10 pm

I guess Indiana schools are failing our children. What happened to accurate spelling and proper grammar?

Valentine says:

January 28, 2011, 2:48 pm

If I was that woman’s baby, I sure wouldn’t be happy, so I think this story is fake, much like the rest of the stories on this site.

michael says:

June 26, 2011, 12:14 am

its a joke…just like this website

Tara Wolfe says:

November 3, 2011, 2:35 pm

wow this is cool i think you should really find out were this place they are talking about is at.

Tara Wolfe says:

November 3, 2011, 2:37 pm

wow this is very cool you should really find out where this place they r talking about is at. i like this story alot

patty says:

September 25, 2012, 10:18 pm

i think u got that story all wrong your talken about the shoe tree in albany and u go down that road there is a haunted barn thats where the girl was beaten to death and shot in the head with her baby in her arms from the husband than he shot his self u turn ur car off listen carefully u will hear mother screaming baby crying and the tree is where people throw shoes on it from a lost love one

MadameFyness says:

September 11, 2013, 7:15 pm

This is not true trust me I’m from Muncie.

Madamefyness says:

September 11, 2013, 7:49 pm

But there is 4 places I know to be haunted in Muncie. I also have 8 friends ( 3 separate times) that witness this with me.

gerontologist says:

August 27, 2016, 10:04 pm

I live in Muncie, IN and I have never heard of this.

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