452 AMDS Bldg 2300

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On several occasions I have personally experienced paranormal activity in our bldg. It used to be a tuberculosis ward for children. I am usually the last one to leave the bldg for the day and must ensure all the clinic doors are locked. One night I was locking up and had gone into the restroom before leaving. Just as I was walking through the door I hear a small, female voice about 2 feet behind me and about chest level say my first name. “Michele”. This is particularly odd because I am military and we don’t address each other by first names. Needless to say there wasn’t anyone there. Other times I have heard children giggling or adults murmuring. Two of my co-workers mid-day witnessed a glassdoor open 90 degrees, pause that way for 2-3 seconds and then close again. Finally, another co-worker likes to investigate paranormal events and he has pictures of orbs and Evps of the children, talking, singing and responding to direct questions such as “what is your name?” Response -“G us” then “Do you miss your family? Response – “everyday”. These spirits are not malevolent, but sometimes mischievous. Things get moved that no one has been around, behind locked doors. The base and my bldg are definitely haunted.

(Submitted by Michele G.)

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Address:
1485 Graeber Street
March ARB, CA
United States

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GPS:
33.8948372, -117.25432519999998
County:
Riverside County, California
Nearest Towns:
March Air Force Base, CA (0.5 mi.)
Moreno Valley, CA (3.2 mi.)
Mead Valley, CA (4.9 mi.)
Woodcrest, CA (6.0 mi.)
Perris, CA (7.9 mi.)
Lakeview, CA (8.7 mi.)
Nuevo, CA (9.0 mi.)
Good Hope, CA (9.0 mi.)
Riverside, CA (9.1 mi.)
Highgrove, CA (9.5 mi.)

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  1. I have written several “ghost” stories about March Field after interviewing those who have experienced paranormal activity there, as well as after having participate in several ghost hunts in various buildings on base. You can find them at http://www.march.afrc.af.mil after typing “paranormal” in the search box. There is one image there that was taken in the basement of the 4th Air Force Headquarters. The image (posted here) clearly shows two apparitions but they were not visible to the eye while we were in the room. Had I not been there and then viewed the footage, I would not have believed it. I have no explanation for it other than it is real. The basement area where the image was captured used to be the morgue when that was the base hospital in the 1930s. There have been many, many other stories from several other locations on base. It’s interesting to do the interviews and investigations. (Here’s the photo’s caption: These two apparitions were captured recently, on March Air Reserve Base, with an infra-red video camera, during the early-morning hours, in a dark room with no lights being used. Every person on the investigation team is accounted for in the video and none of them saw anything when they were in the room. When the camera was panning, the images were captured, but disappeared when the pan was reversed. (Courtesy photo/Mathieu Beaulieu))

  2. I used to live in Green Acres, the housing part of March AFb. Born in that hospital. Lived on Gilley street.
    The entire base is crawling w activity. There’s a building behind Gilley St., by the ID processing bldg. It has a long laundry chute.
    I have explored that building to find that this used to be a hospital as well. The elevator goes where it wants. Cold spots. Faint taps on your shoulder or arm.
    That’s the stuff I definitely know happened. Other stuff I convinced.myself that it didnt.
    Just be careful.

  3. My birth certificate says, I was born at march air force base hospital in1958.— why can’t I find any pictures or. even a history of a hospital being there in 1958. All I find is about the hospital built in 1962 and demolished in 1993.
    I have frightening memories of myself and other children in hospital wards, and don’t know where these wards were at.
    Was there a hospital at march air base in 1958.

  4. Me and my sister stayed in the housing for a night with my grandfather who is a veteran. My grandpa had asked me and my sister if we would walk to the ice machince to fill up our ice bucket. We walk to the machine and there are 2 different ice machince separated by a wall in a big lobby/living room set up. So we start to get some ice and we hear what sounds like 2 kids laughing at the other vending machince, we just thought they were getting ice on the other side. Shortly after we hear the laugh the ice machine we were at stopped dispensing ice. So we both walked over to the other machine and notice no one was there. There was a door right next to the other machince but it was loud enough to were if someone was leaving we would of heard it. We were a little creeped out but didn’t assume ghosts. So we go to get more ice then a few seconds later we heard 2 very audible and distinct children laughs directly behind us. We turn around and no one was in sight, so me and my sister being as young as we were we took off running back to our room and left the ice bucket behind. I still to this day have chills thinking about it and reading similar post about the same thing makes it that much more real for us.

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