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What's Your Best Nursing Ghost Story?

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MommyandRN has 12 years experience and specializes in ICU, OR.

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My cousin once told me this story. A trauma came in the ER and they coded a teenage boy for some time. He died. The next day, they had patient in that room ask them who was the teenage boy who was just standing in the corner of their room watching them. The description of the boy was the same as the one who had coded and died in that room and they had no explanation of who the boy was.

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wow this thread is almost 200 pages, i will relate this

in jan 2006 i took my family to the dentist & such well we came home and i unlocked the door & my wife was standing next to me as i opened the door i distiinctly heard 2 people talking, male & female , i heard it in the living room, i was mad cause i figured my son chris left the t.v. on still hearing the voices

as i cross the kitchen, & as i put my foot on the threshold of the living room .... it all stopped , i looked around t.v was off computer was off & it was 20* below zero so the windows were closed.

I turned to my wife , she looks at me and said " u heard the voices too?" so not to contaminate her version i asked her what she heard, she said 2 voices male & female " also my son said the same thing !!!!!:confused: wow

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FranEMTnurse has 4 years experience as a LPN, EMT-I and specializes in LTC.

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Please make your own thread and share personal ghost stories. I love them and have had a few experiences myself.
I do too.

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I do too.

Fran,

FYI, I did start that thread... it's listed above. ;)

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Enjoying this topic but also scaring myself silly at the same time if possible.:o

A long while ago I worked in a Nursing Home on the night shift and was in the medication room with my back to the door.I hear this voice whisper right into my ear "say bye bye" I spun around and there was nobody there.

A couple of weeks later I am charting in the T.V room and I hear whispering getting closer and closer.I am just about to turn around to see what was going on when a hand clamps onto my shoulder.Not a soft brush but a full on grip.There was no-one there and it let go when the Nurse sitting across the other side of the room asked me if I heard the whispering.

A lovely resident died and her bed stayed empty for a few weeks which was unusual.A couple of nights after she died her call bell would ring several times a night even when I pulled it out of the wall.While I was up and about answering the phantom bell I would see if the residents were O.K and without fail there was always someone about to fall etc.I'm sure it was a sign from this sweet lady.

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I graduate from lpn school next year and these stories are making me anxious :D

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Ok here's mine- The floor I was working on had a patient, "Mary" that was chronically ill, and therefore would be admitted to our floor a couple times a year. Well one of the last times she was there, she was not doing well at all. But somehow she gained enough strength to to go home with family. Not long after that she was admitted yet again to our floor. But this time she died. Weeks later we found out she was a nurse for 25 years. Now here's what happened after she died that was creepy: On night shift mostly , but also days...some of the patients said a nurse who said she was "Mary" in a whte uniform with a nurse hat came in and said who she was, and that she would be taking care of the patient that night. This scenario started happening more and more often. Along with that, the room she died in, either there was a serious malfunction in equipment or somehow there was something weird going on to make an alarm to go off in an empty room . Several of us would have AAO patients, then all the sudden they would say "Mary" was their nurse. or that she would just stand at the door and not say anything- the patients would say, who is that woman that keeps coming in here? I was like, what woman? They'd say a nurse in a white uniform keeps coming in and just looking at the patient, then leaves without saying anything.

They would all describe her very similar to what she looked like.... I got the creeps when the alarm would go off in that room and someone would run in to see if someone was doing that or it just happened. Well, I saw with my own eyes nothing was happening one day when I was standing by the door, the alarm went off and I go in and noone is there.

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FranEMTnurse has 4 years experience as a LPN, EMT-I and specializes in LTC.

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ok here's mine- the floor i was working on had a patient, "mary" that was chronically ill, and therefore would be admitted to our floor a couple times a year. well one of the last times she was there, she was not doing well at all. but somehow she gained enough strength to to go home with family. not long after that she was admitted yet again to our floor. but this time she died. weeks later we found out she was a nurse for 25 years. now here's what happened after she died that was creepy: on night shift mostly , but also days...some of the patients said a nurse who said she was "mary" in a whte uniform with a nurse hat came in and said who she was, and that she would be taking care of the patient that night. this scenario started happening more and more often. along with that, the room she died in, either there was a serious malfunction in equipment or somehow there was something weird going on to make an alarm to go off in an empty room . several of us would have aao patients, then all the sudden they would say "mary" was their nurse. or that she would just stand at the door and not say anything- the patients would say, who is that woman that keeps coming in here? i was like, what woman? they'd say a nurse in a white uniform keeps coming in and just looking at the patient, then leaves without saying anything.

they would all describe her very similar to what she looked like.... i got the creeps when the alarm would go off in that room and someone would run in to see if someone was doing that or it just happened. well, i saw with my own eyes nothing was happening one day when i was standing by the door, the alarm went off and i go in and noone is there.

she must have loved her job. that's fascinating!!!

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and then there are the human ghost helpers (like hamburger Helper!)

A CNA hid under the bed and waited for the new grad nurse to come in and prep the body for the morgue. The CNA kept her hands icy cold by holding onto a water pitcher, at just the right momment she reached out and grabbed her ankles. It was night shift, the scream was heard by the entire floor, the CNA made her escape and and never fessed up to the haunting for fear of retribution. (and no it wasn't me!) just a late night shift confession.

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carolmaccas66 is a BSN, RN and specializes in Med/Surg, DSU, Ortho, Onc, Psych.

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and then there are the human ghost helpers (like hamburger Helper!)

A CNA hid under the bed and waited for the new grad nurse to come in and prep the body for the morgue. The CNA kept her hands icy cold by holding onto a water pitcher, at just the right momment she reached out and grabbed her ankles. It was night shift, the scream was heard by the entire floor, the CNA made her escape and and never fessed up to the haunting for fear of retribution. (and no it wasn't me!) just a late night shift confession.

Awww, how mean!! I hope the CNA turned up for work the next day!

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RHC81 is a BSN, RN and specializes in Critical Care, Trauma.

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and then there are the human ghost helpers (like hamburger Helper!)

A CNA hid under the bed and waited for the new grad nurse to come in and prep the body for the morgue. The CNA kept her hands icy cold by holding onto a water pitcher, at just the right momment she reached out and grabbed her ankles. It was night shift, the scream was heard by the entire floor, the CNA made her escape and and never fessed up to the haunting for fear of retribution. (and no it wasn't me!) just a late night shift confession.

Is it sick that I thought this was brilliant? :devil:

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