“Teenage ghost girl” haunts commuters at Macquarie Fields railway station

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LATE at night, when it’s still, and last trains have pulled out, “faint crying” can be heard carried on the breeze at Macquarie Fields station. Ghost hunters say it’s quiet at first but soon becomes much louder, sometimes accompanied by the terrifying spectre of a teenage girl wearing dancing clothes stained with blood. One group, the Sydney Spirit Stalkers — who “stalk the paranormal” — say the sounds are the “moans and groans of a young girl in her teens,” who comes out when the platforms are “nearly empty.” The haunting is reminiscent of the phantom girl in a white dress, who haunts the Wakehurst Parkway on Sydney’s northern beaches. Read More: DailyTelegraph

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