CELL 405 A REAL GHOST STORY: TRUE WOO, from The Weird Desk U.S. episode: 5

CELL 405 A REAL GHOST STORY: TRUE WOO, from The Weird Desk U.S. episode: 5

November 11, 2019 29 By William Hollis


This ghost story is from fellow YouTuber
kitty digs, as told to her by Rocky. You will find her link in the description
below. I was incarcerated over 15 years ago for
selling drugs to an undercover cop. I’ll never forget when they put me into
that small bucket, that’s a jail, not an institution. You only stay there for a
month to a year, until you’re put into the big house if the crime was bad enough.
While I was awaiting my trial I was in one of these buckets. Now prison is not a
nice place, forget all those movies you’ve seen, it’s worse.There was this one
cell, number 405. I noticed when everyone would pass it, they would go quiet. There
was no one in that cell, it just lay empty. At lights out, the guards always
checked on us, and I noticed that they walked faster, past that cell. I asked my
cell mate about it, and he said, “wait till Friday night.” So when time rolls around for
lights out on Friday, I noticed guys taking toilet paper, and
rolling it up, then sticking it in their ears.
I didn’t think anything of it, people do weird things in Prison. So I got in my
bunk, and I was ready to sleep. My cell mate had been transferred by then, so I
was alone. We all settled down, and the lights went out, I can hear somebody
praying, in the cell across the way. After a while, I started to doze off, I heard it!
It was the most awful screaming I’ve ever heard, the screaming of a man! It was
pitch black, you couldn’t see your hand in front of your face in there, nobody
moved, the guards didn’t come, nothing. I was scared out of my socks! After what
seemed like hours, the screaming stopped. I couldn’t go back to sleep. Later, I was
told what had happened. Apparently someone, was eviscerated in cell 405
many years ago, on a Friday. Anyone who had been put in that cell
afterword had gone crazy and tried to kill themselves, so they stopped putting
inmates in there I still sleep with earplugs to this day.