Yesterday I wrote about the K2 craziness in Old South Pittsburgh Hospital’s basement. It prompted me to go back through the pictures and that’s when I was reminded of something that creeped me out bad when I was there.
It was not the uneasy feeling I got by the nursery or the weird shadow encounter I had on the third floor. It was not the bizarre experiences down in the basement. It wasn’t even the EVPs Ghost Eyes got.
No, it was the damn hospital bed made up to look like there was a recently passed patient beneath it!
In reality it was just foam under the sheet made to look like the shape of a body. But I didn’t like it one bit.
I had to lift up the sheet and see for myself what was under there. I’ve seen Halloween II (the Jamie Lee Curtis/Donald Pleasence version) one too many times. I’m not taking any chances. Not when I’m in a haunted hospital where who knows what might happen! (Which, incidentally, looked an awful lot like the one Halloween II was set in, by the way. That also didn’t help my unease!)
If any of the ghosts had wanted to see a short fat girl sprout wings and fly out of that hospital at rocket speed, all they would’ve had to do was make that sheet move. That’s all if would’ve taken to get me moving!
Have you ever been somewhere and saw something that was clearly a prop and you knew it, but you kept your eye on it just in case anyway? If so, then you understand the unease I felt!