In Cuba
Last Updated: September 2004

Any places listed in the Haunted Places requires permission to visit or investigate. Many of the places are patrolled by the authorities, trespassers will be prosecuted.

Guantanamo Bay - Cuzco Cemetary - Reports of a soldier guarding the old wells by the beach and a woman sitting on a park bench under a tree in the cemetary. More to follow in the coming months.

Guantanamo Bay - Naval Station - Stories of sailors standing watch out on the "pier" in the shed could hear someone walking up and down the pier while there was no one there. If the watch said "stop walking on the pier.", the walking would stop. There was also a story of an old ferry that used to take passengers from the leeward side of the base to the windward side and vise versa. After it was put out of commission, it was docked at small craft. On certain nights, the ferry would start up and would set out on a run. The naval personal that were on duty that eve, would have to man up a tug and go tow the old ferry back to small craft.

Guantanamo Bay - Naval Station - Leeward Post - MA's sitting on post late at night have seen a woman dressed in white (possibly a Navy uniform) standing at the edge of the cliff. Just as you catch on to what you are really witnessing she jumps off onto the rocks below.

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