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Voir la version complète : la maison du gardien d'Arsenal est hantée o_O


El Diez
20/02/2008, 15h09
Manuel Almunia est convaincu que des choses étranges se passent dans sa maison la nuit pendant qu'il dormait il a entendu avec sa femme des bruits bizarres comme si quelqu'un tire des chaines et aussi le volume de la chaine stéréo qui monte tout seul, pire encore un jour sa femme l'a réveillé un jour pour lui dire qu'un moine-fantôme tenant une bougie dans sa main était devant leur lit:rolleyes:

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The star’s wife spotted the ghoul at their swish pad on the site of an old asylum.

Spaniard Almunia, 30, has also heard chains rattling and had stereos turning on at full volume on their own. He is so spooked boss Arsene Wenger has given him permission to go home for lunch to avoid leaving wife Ana alone at the house in Abbots Langley, Herts.

Terrified Almunia said yesterday: “My house is small but there is a lot of history to it and it seems there are ghosts.

“It’s in a place where there was a psychiatric hospital. They sent mental patients there and people who were sick after the Second World War.

“When we first moved in we heard a lot of strange noises like chains being dragged around.

“Then when we were sleeping the stereo came on at full volume. Some very strange things were happening.

“One night, we were sleeping and my wife suddenly woke me up with a shout. She said there was this monk-like figure with a candle in his hand. She was in bed, next to me. I didn’t see him but I was s*** scared.

“We’ve spoken to neighbours, and they said this was normal.

“Perhaps it’s black magic, I don’t know. But some weird things were definitely going on.”

Locals believe the mental institution Almunia’s home was built on was The Leavesden Hospital, which was shut in the 1990s.

thesun.co.uk

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