Town Haunted by Nursery Rhyme Turns Out to Be Something Creepier
Every Sunday during the Ginger Bread House, I like to tell you fun creepy stories during my segment called "Crypto Corner". Usually I inform you about the recent bigfoot sightings, but today I couldn't pass up how creepy and eerie this story is.
According to Huffington Post, a town in England was being haunted by what sounded like a small child singing a nursery rhyme "Its raining, its pouring. The old man is snoring." Seriously! That sounds like something out of a horror movie. I am not surprised if people moved away the second they heard the child's voice echoing throughout the town.
Turns out there was a motion sensor in a nearby warehouse that would play the nursery rhyme to keep thieves away. Unfortunately the warehouse had a spider problem, and the spiders were the ones activating the motion sensor causing the song to play.
According to Huffington Post, the owners of the warehouse have decided to clear out the cobwebs and turn down the volume of the motion sensor.