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Rumor has it that an eerie scene re-creates itself on a deadly anniversary at Stonehill College. Years ago, a small passenger plane crashed into the college’s pond. Now, every year on the same night, a blue mist comes off the pond and creates a blanket of fog over the campus. Just as it starts to clear, the phantom plane appears with the pilot struggling to get out.

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320 Washington Street
Easton, MA 02357
United States

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42.055998289897566, -71.07470655428187
Bristol County, Massachusetts
Nearest Towns:
Brockton, MA (3.5 mi.)
Easton, MA (3.5 mi.)
West Bridgewater, MA (4.3 mi.)
Stoughton, MA (5.0 mi.)
Avon, MA (5.4 mi.)
East Bridgewater, MA (6.1 mi.)
Bridgewater, MA (6.8 mi.)
Sharon, MA (7.1 mi.)
Whitman, MA (7.3 mi.)
Raynham, MA (7.4 mi.)

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    • Theresa O’Brien  |  

      The Ames’ plane crashed in my grandmother’s yard on Lafayette Street in Randolph. Her name was Mary McGowan Allen. My mother, Mary Allen O’Brien, was about 15 at the time, and was the first person to reach the plane. My 8 year old great niece Elena is going to a sleepover tonight and the girls plan to tell ghost stories. Just saw this while pursuing the internet for background info on our family’s own ghost story.

      • What was the number? I lived off of Lafayette and always sensed pain and fear in the same stretch of Lafayette. Never understood why, wonder if it was the crash scene I felt

  1. Yes that is correct. He was flying back from a social event in RI one evening in some purportedly heavy fog and passed his landing destination in Easton by mistake before crashing near the Blue Hills in Randolph. However, in an unrelated event at that same pond on Stonehill’s campus in Easton, a boy once drowned while swimming.

  2. I have been possessed by one of the Ames since 1974.” Finally figured out how to get rid of it. 30 years of it was tough. Do not live at 483 Washington ST> Easton

    • I’m just reading these comments now. I live at 483 Washington Street for 8 years now, and nothing has ever happened to me. Can you tell me what things have happened to you, that has scared you so badly?

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