Masturbating ghost haunts Boston bank

Boston bank

Hyde Park Savings Bank, the scene of the mysterious haunting


The National Reporter
Boston’s Hyde park savings bank has an eerie visitor every night at midnight.
It is the ghost of a Mexican immigrant who worked as the banks custodian until he suffered a fatal heart attack late one night five years ago.
Official police reports state that he was found in the womens rest room with his clothes off and that he had died of an apparent heart attack while masturbating.
Shocked witnesses say they have seen his ghost wandering the hallways late at night and that he appears to be continuously masturbating.
This reporter staked out the bank late one night a few weeks ago with camera ready.
I wasn’t expecting to see anything since there is no such thing as ghosts.
Around twelve midnight I heard a sound coming from the hallway outside of the ladies room were he had died.
I opened the door very slowly expecting to see a mouse or some other kind of wild creature there, maybe a cat or something.
Or a dog.
To my shock and horror, it was the ghost and he was pounding away like crazy!
I drew my camera up and snapped this photo a split second before he dispeared.
Masturbating ghost

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When I developed the film and saw that I had captured an image of the ghost it sent a shiver up my back.
It was my first encounter with the paranormal and I will never forget it.

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