Do you believe in ghosts? If yes, you are not alone. A number of people can recall chilling moments they have experienced in a number of places in Mesa. If you are rolling your eyes because you think this is all nonsense, see for yourself if these places are really haunted. Below are 5 venues that just might be:
Ghostly voices, pots and pans moving around by themselves and faucets turning on and off on their own have been noticed in this venue which was previously a church. Claims have been made that the shadow of a young girl leaves her hand prints around the basement. People have heard her laughs as well.
Inside the Bungalow
Previously called, Cafe Talk, Inside the Bungalow is the home of a few spooky tales. The ghost of a man and a young girl have been seen roaming around the building. If you head here for coffee and a chat, you may get unexpected party guests.
Williams Air Force Base
Now it's Phoenix Mesa Gateway Airport, but back in the day it was a WWII base and there have been reports of it being haunted. There have been several claims of a male ghost that roams the halls. Some have said while in the old Officers Club they have heard voices.
When it is daylight, this park is like any other. When the sun goes down, it is a different atmosphere. There are stories of a young woman whose ghost moves from tree to tree hoping to escape her fate.
To customers, this antique shop is like any other - and one of the best in the Valley. There have been a number of mysterious instances that have occurred in the basement under the shop. People have claimed to see a ghost roaming the storage areas. Fortunately, these witnesses ran fast enough up the stairs to escape to tell their story.
This historical citrus-packing plant has been on several of Arizona's most haunted places list. Reports of shadowy figures, echos of a ball bouncing against the walls and even sightings of a red ball rolling across the floor just to disappear have been just a few of the reasons for paranormal investigators to pay a visit to the factory.
Learn more about haunted Mesa history at www.valleyhistoryinc.com