Mission, TX, located in Deep South Texas, appears to be a paranormal hot spot as we continue to get many interesting and creepy stories from this border town.
This strange story comes to us from a woman located in Mission, TX. Apparently, she had a terrifying encounter at the Mission Regional Hospital with the spirits of dead people. Check out her story below.
“Well, growing up my household was pretty religious. We never really spoke of ghosts, but my dad always believed in them. He would always experience creepy things in Mexico including some things here (Mission, TX). My brother always hangs out with his friend, Noe, and they were horse-playing.
The point is my brother got a BB gun bullet stuck in his friend’s ear, so we had to take Noe to the hospital. It was around 12 at night on a Friday. We arrived at Mission Regional at around 12:15. My mom and Noe’s mom went to check Noe in while my dad, brother and sister and I waited outside.
Since the hospital is quite large you can see people’s silhouettes in the windows. What gave me goose bumps was that the people weren’t moving. They just stayed in the same stiff positions for the 20 minutes we were waiting outside.
My father said ”don’t look in their eyes or they will follow you. Never look into their eyes. Those are the spirits of dead people”. I thought he was joking since my dad was a goofy kind of guy, so I did it anyway.
I thought well, “it’s just a person’s shadow. You can’t even make eye contact with it.” But was I wrong. I looked at a silhouette froze. Completely stiff. My father was telling me to look away, but I just couldn’t..
I was in some sort of trance. My sister finally pulled me away, but now every time I pass that hospital I get little goose bumps thinking about it.” -Ana
“Im Marylou Villegas. I usually get admitted at mission regional hospital and I’ve experienced some weird, chilling things. Every nurse in every floor would tell me about ghost stories til one day on April 25 2016, I stayed in and I was on the third floor when the call light button kept turning on and nurses would come in.
Then on the intercom, I heard them say code-blue for the room I was in and every one ran into my room and they all got chills when they saw me sitting in the bed asking them is something wrong and they said that a heart monitor had gone flat line, but I didn’t have a heart monitor on.
Once they left the room, I realized that I started breathing cold air and fog was even coming out of my mouth. So, I got super scared and said my prayers to please let me be and for it to leave me alone. Once I said my prayers, all of a sudden the room temperature went back to normal.” – Mary Lou Villegas
In relation to Ana’s story, check out what this paranormal researcher and author had to say about Mission Regional Hospital.
“A number of ghosts sit perfectly still in the mission regional medical center emergency room. Each apparition is of an injured man or woman. Two are children. Their main goal appears to be to not disturb anyone. Research suggests that ghosts are not of people who died at the same time, which may indicate a “recruiter ghost” among the dead. Through example a “recruiter ghost” encourages other ghosts to do the same thing he or she is doing. The remaining ghosts are followers.
At Mission Regional, the additional ghosts are followers in more ways than one. If a living person in the emergency room accidentally looks one of them in the eye, that ghost becomes theirs. The ghost goes along with them when they leave, also called “come along” ghosts. Followers attach themselves to their companion’s lives sitting quietly in their houses, the backseat of their cars or beside them on a bench at the mall, where ever the humans go they have their ghosts’ right there.
The only way to be rid of the presence is to return to the hospital, take a seat in the emergency room and wait for the “follower ghost” to reappear then the human must tell it in no uncertain terms to stay and do so without looking into their eyes.” -Paranormal Researcher and Author, Randy Russell
How many of you have ever seen the spirits at Mission Regional?