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A Story of Hospital's Nightguard - Baby Waiting to Meet Mother in Hospital Morgue

Updated on April 5, 2011

Being a night guard in a hospital is not so hard, except the fact that sometimes you get so scared that you keep on imagining things. But that’s okay. They pay you for just sitting around. I thought and tried to console myself that the weeping I heard was in my own head. But it wasn’t so easy. I finally got curious and went ahead to check. The weeping sound was increasing as I neared the operation theater. I went nearer but didn’t find anything. I sighed and was about to retreat when I saw a small boy hiding behind a potted plant. He wasn’t wearing any clothes. I thought he was cold so I offered him my jacket. He took it. “What are you doing here at this hour? Did you get lost?” “I cant find my mother”, he said still crying. “Don’t cry” I said and picked him up. “I will find you for her. Tell me the room number.”

“I don’t know the room, but I can show you where she is kept. Please take me. ”He had stopped crying and I took him. He kept on giving me directions. I was amazed. He didn’t have a doubt where to go, so why didn’t he go himself. Probably he was scared. I said and suppressed my doubts. We reached a room and he said that this was it. But to my surprise it was the morgue. I took him in. I don’t know why but the boy was so mesmerizing that I took him there without any second thoughts.

Morgue next door to this hospital room.
Morgue next door to this hospital room. | Source

He pointed towards a corpse cupboard numbered 453 and said “please put me in there”. My mind was so numb I didn’t realize what I was doing. I pulled the cupboard. Inside it laid a beautiful lifeless body of a woman. I put the boy in and closed the cupboard. “Thank you, “he said. I was about to leave when I realized I had lost my mind. I quickly opened locker 453. But it was empty. No small boy, no female corpse. Only my jacket lay there. I realized I had lost my mind. Must be the meat I had yesterday. I picked up my jacket. There was a patient profile beneath that. It read, Anna Adams - died of heart attack when she heard the death of her son during operation. Below that was the picture of her son. Alex Adams. The same boy was smiling at me from the photo.

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      Abdullah Shaikh 

      4 years ago

      Friend I,ve read your story and I believe in ghost because I have suffered when I was round about 12 years and now I am 29years old and in my life I,ve seen jins which leaves in my society near my jack fruit tress . I have noticed them and my mom has seen them they were round about eigth jinns doing prayers (namazs) my mom scared and came inside the house by telling that they told my mom to sit inside the house this was my story friend

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      kitty 

      4 years ago

      this stories are amazing,even i do believe in ghost.i want more and more real stories.

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      Rajinder Soni 

      5 years ago from New Delhi, India

      Thanks baliram.

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      baliram 

      5 years ago

      good story not bad.......

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      Seema ambereen 

      6 years ago

      Ya frnd thats the realy facts..about the hospitals...my father has experience in hospital..with real ghosts.

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      mdlawyer 

      7 years ago

      Interesting accounts soni

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      Susan Hazelton 

      7 years ago from Sunny Florida

      I agree with elayne001, that was spooky. I love a good scary story.

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      Elayne 

      7 years ago from Rocky Mountains

      okay - that was very spooky. Reminds me of when I used to work in the hospital as a diener (autopsy assistant). One day I looked in the fridge in the morgue and there was a blue dead baby in there - still remember it years later. So sad. Thanks for the scare soni2006.

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