A Very Haunted Island

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  1. PaulDaleRoberts Spirit

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    A Very Haunted Island
    Haunted Alcatraz
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    Every time I visit San Francisco, the first place my eyes look out for is the island of Alcatraz. An island that sits majestically in the San Francisco Bay. I was very fortunate to have taken a ferry boat over to the island and conduct my own investigation of this haunted island.

    Let's look at some of the history of this island. In 1775, explorer Juan Manuel de Ayala discovered this island and called it La Isla de los Alcatraces, which means The Island of the Pelicans. Special Note: I have Ayala(s) in my family and from all indications, it appears that my relatives are related to the explorer.

    Some of your infamous notables that stayed at this island were: Al Capone, Robert Franklin Stroud aka The Birdman of Alcatraz; George "Machine Gun" Kelly; Bumpy Johnson; Mickey Cohen; Arthur R. "Doc" Barker; James "Whitey" Bulger and Alvin "Creepy" Karpis. Special Note: My dad did a tax investigation of Mickey Cohen's gang in Los Angeles. That is my connection to the West Coast Mafia.

    Other notables were Frank Morris, John Anglin and his brother Clarence Anglin. The 3 escapees that were never captured.

    Other history is when the Native American Indians occupied this island. There is plenty of history and I can go on and on and on.

    When I received the tour of this island, I took many pictures and in a few of my pictures, there was a misty substance in the photos. I went to Alcatraz Island in 1998. The photos were once displayed on Meeting Place. Meeting Place is now defunct and my photos are now lost forever in cyberspace.

    With the recording device that I brought with me, I obtained an EVP that sounded like a man moaning. Later the voice said: "I want outta here!"

    I believe I was near the Strip Cell, which is the lower tier of D-Block. The strip cell was for misbehaving prisoners. They would be stripped naked and stayed in this cell, in pitch darkness. They would be fed water and bread, once daily. It would be logical why I would get an EVP that says: "I want outta here!"

    Terence Clayton, a paranormal investigator said he once obtained an EVP where Coy, Cretzer and Hubbard were gunned down as they were trying to make their prison escape. The EVP was the sound of rapid gunshots and men screaming.

    GLOWING EYE MONSTER:
    Many visitors complain of extreme cold spots at Alcatraz. With all of the former negativity at Alcatraz, I wouldn't be surprised there weren't a few demons inhabiting this island. Case example a prisoner in 14D claimed he was being killed by a creature with glowing eyes. The next day, he was found strangled to death. What is even odder is that this dead prisoner showed up for head count and then vanished. My brother Joseph "Joe" Soyo took a tour of Alcatraz and claimed he saw two glowing yellow eyes in one of the cells and as he placed his head closer to understand what he was seeing, the glowing yellow eyes rapidly moved towards his face and vanished. It scared Joe immensely.

    THE BUTCHER:
    A credible witness is former Warden Johnston aka The Golden Rule Warden who claims he heard a disembodied sobbing in several of the cells. A psychic claimed she saw a dark entity that identified itself as the Butcher. Research shows that there was an inmate at Alcatraz called the Butcher. Mike Malloy, a visitor of Alcatraz said he was grabbed by the shoulder and heard a deep whisper in his left ear. The whisper said: "The Butcher is Watching!" Many people to this day, hear moaning and crying throughout this former military prison that became a notorious federal prison.

    MONKEY CREATURES OF ALCATRAZ:
    Alcatraz may in itself be one of the gateways to Hell, because David Campos, a visitor of Alcatraz said that in one hallway, he saw several black monkey like creatures crawling on the ceiling and one of the creatures actually extended his long arm at David, trying to grab David. David was so scared he screamed and ran from the area.

    So as you can see, it appears that Alcatraz is very haunted. If you ever take the tour of Alcatraz and experience something paranormal, please call me at 916 203 7503 and let me know.

    Paul Dale Roberts, HPI Esoteric Detective
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    . . . Alcatraz: and The Bird Man of Alcatraz; Your mention of that island once named “La Isla de los Alcatraces,” . . . ‘Island of the Pelicans,’ was an interesting tid-bit of history. I’m not an ornithologist, but can appreciate Mr. Stroud’s disease fighting work on birds, beginning with his canaries. His sociopathic tendencies are another matter, and he, not an individual to turn ones back on should one instigate any sort of hostilities against him or his useful avian studies. Fool if one does anyway.

    I thought it interesting that that island, Alcatraz, translates to Pelican in Spanish. The word ‘Alcatraz’ is derived from the Arabic word “al-caduos” whose meaning refers to ‘water-carrying-vessel’ which is thought to refer to the Pelicans pouch like beak. . . Seems reasonable in this context that the term be used for the island that once hosted flocks of nesting Brown Pelicans, too.

    The Pelican bird iconography (symbolism) is often depicted throughout ancient history. One such inclusion of ancient representation is associated with Ancient Egypt. The bird is found on walls and in texts associated with the afterlife and protector against serpents. Its name in Egyptian is “Henet.” . . . I wonder whether if that island would make a safe bird sanctuary. . . Thanks for the story.

    A wonderful bird is the pelican
    His bill will hold more than his bel-i-can,
    He can take in his beak
    Food enough for a week,
    But I'm damned if I see how the hel-i-can.
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    I think Alcatraz would be a great bird sanctuary....thank you for your comments!

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