Marina's Moment

Sometimes I say random things out of the blue. So my friends convinced me to write these things on Tumblr. Banana Donkey.

October 20, 2014 7:56 am 7:54 am October 18, 2014 8:02 am
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October 17, 2014 12:41 pm

therealringostarr:

i am an adult who pays bills

October 16, 2014 10:21 pm

sixpenceee:

WAVERLY HILL SANATORIUM

I have received so many messages requesting me to make this post. After looking into it, I realized why. 

The hospital was always dedicated to the treatment of tuberculosis patients, a disease that was fairly common in the early 20th Century.

It is estimated that as many as 63,000 people died as the sanatorium. Those deaths coupled with the reports of severe mistreatment of patients and highly questionable experiments and procedures are ingredients for a haunted location.

One of the most famous things about is the death tunnel. So many people were dying because of tuberculosis, that this tunnel was used to carry the bodies out without other patients having to see them. 

In room 502 (episode feature in ghost hunters), it was said that there was a murder/suicide of a nurse.  

Legend says the nurse found out she was pregnant by the owner of the sanatorium without being married and had contracted tuberculosis, so she hanged herself with a light bulb wire outside the room she was in at the time.

Ghost investigators who have ventured into Waverly have reported a host of strange paranormal phenomena, including voices of unknown origin, isolated cold spots and unexplained shadows. Screams have been heard echoing in its now abandoned hallways, and fleeting apparitions have been encountered.

You can read about one investigation case here

Visit the official website here

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October 15, 2014 4:39 pm

mundanemagpie:

today i learned that mountain lions meow and it sounds RIDICULOUS

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4:36 pm October 14, 2014 10:55 am

klefaeries:

green-witch-uprooted:

goingtonamek:

i got angry and made a thing.

Important

As a cashier who deals with this shit every day, it’s nice to see that some people actually care about us.

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10:45 am
merlinweasley:

vancity604778kid:

shelaughsnaked:

ultrafacts:

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Trust your instincts

I was reading ultrafacts & this seemed to fit with this fact


Okay, so I have three stories for this.
One: All the kids at my school avoided one of the girl’s dad because everyone felt really uncomfortable around him. The only people that liked him: the preacher and his wife (it was a Christian school). If the children saw him coming, they went the other way. A few years later, we found out that he was incredibly abusive - mainly mentally/verbally, but occasionally using his fists.
Two: My friend and I were going to go into a pizza place when we were in elementary school to grab a pizza to take back to her place. Her grandma had to park on the other side of the lot and couldn’t go in due to pain. Well, as we were walking back out, I suddenly got this really intense sense that something was wrong. I had a flashback to my dad telling me that it was a really bad place, with lots of gang violence, rape and such, so I pulled my friend back into the shop. A few seconds later, this man drove by really slow, looking out his window. One of the workers cursed under his breath and called the cops, saying, “That’s the fifth time that psycho’s drove by. F—-ing sex offender should have been put behind bars.” It was a sex offender.
Three: Back when I was in elementary, almost in middle school, I was at my grandparents house with two of my nieces. As we were sitting in the front yard, under a tree that was really close to the road, this truck pulls up and stops in the middle of the road. This guy leans out his window and goes, “Hey. Do you know if those horses are for sale?” And he pointed to some toys that were obviously not for sale. When we said no, to go away, he started sweating and staring almost hungrily at us. Reminder: the oldest of us is going to be in her second year of middle school, the youngest only halfway through elementary. Once again, I got the feeling that something was wrong, so I pushed both of my nieces farther away from him. “Can you guys get one and load it into the bed?” Nope. We’re out. I shoved the youngest of us towards the house, saying to go fetch our grandpa - who really loves his guns. Before she’d even made it half-way to the door, the man sped off. Guess what? Turns out he was a sex offender. Yep.
Point is: Never once doubt this feeling. Doubting this feeling can get you killed, raped, mugged, etc. It can alert you to abusers, to rapists, to generally bad people. You have this instinct for a reason. Listen to it, use it.

merlinweasley:

vancity604778kid:

shelaughsnaked:

ultrafacts:

Source More Facts

Trust your instincts

I was reading ultrafacts & this seemed to fit with this fact


Okay, so I have three stories for this.

One: All the kids at my school avoided one of the girl’s dad because everyone felt really uncomfortable around him. The only people that liked him: the preacher and his wife (it was a Christian school). If the children saw him coming, they went the other way. A few years later, we found out that he was incredibly abusive - mainly mentally/verbally, but occasionally using his fists.

Two: My friend and I were going to go into a pizza place when we were in elementary school to grab a pizza to take back to her place. Her grandma had to park on the other side of the lot and couldn’t go in due to pain. Well, as we were walking back out, I suddenly got this really intense sense that something was wrong. I had a flashback to my dad telling me that it was a really bad place, with lots of gang violence, rape and such, so I pulled my friend back into the shop. A few seconds later, this man drove by really slow, looking out his window. One of the workers cursed under his breath and called the cops, saying, “That’s the fifth time that psycho’s drove by. F—-ing sex offender should have been put behind bars.” It was a sex offender.

Three: Back when I was in elementary, almost in middle school, I was at my grandparents house with two of my nieces. As we were sitting in the front yard, under a tree that was really close to the road, this truck pulls up and stops in the middle of the road. This guy leans out his window and goes, “Hey. Do you know if those horses are for sale?” And he pointed to some toys that were obviously not for sale. When we said no, to go away, he started sweating and staring almost hungrily at us. Reminder: the oldest of us is going to be in her second year of middle school, the youngest only halfway through elementary. Once again, I got the feeling that something was wrong, so I pushed both of my nieces farther away from him. “Can you guys get one and load it into the bed?” Nope. We’re out. I shoved the youngest of us towards the house, saying to go fetch our grandpa - who really loves his guns. Before she’d even made it half-way to the door, the man sped off. Guess what? Turns out he was a sex offender. Yep.

Point is: Never once doubt this feeling. Doubting this feeling can get you killed, raped, mugged, etc. It can alert you to abusers, to rapists, to generally bad people. You have this instinct for a reason. Listen to it, use it.

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10:33 am

rexuality:

but how do you convince little kids to wear clever costumes they won’t appreciate?

"mommy can i be batman?"
"no you and your brother are going as van gogh and the starry night painting, it’ll be so hilarious and witty"
"i want to be batman though"
"shhhhh mommy needs more followers on pinterest"

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