Cannock Chase which is often referred to locally as The Chase is located in the county of Staffordshire, England. Surrounding this forest, there’s this legend that a ghost girl with black eyes can be seen wandering around.
In recent years, the story has appeared in various local media headlines by many people who claim to have seen the “ghost girl”.
Cannock Chase is considered one of the places with the most supernatural stories of spirits of Nazis, werewolves and even aliens.
But it is the black-eyed children that many find the most disturbing. It is said that the apparitions are the sad souls of three young girls who lost their lives in the 1960s on the hands of Raymond Leslie Morris.
In 1964, there was a wave of attacks on girls in the towns surrounding Cannock Chase. The first case was 8-year-old Julia Taylor of Bloxwich who disappeared while walking home from a birthday party.
Christine Ann Darby, 7, was walking with two friends when a man stopped in a car and told her to get in and she obeyed him.
They found her body a couple of days later, at Cannock Chase. Following several similar cases, authorities found Raymond Leslie Morris, guilty of those horrible acts.
In 2014, the man known as the “Cannock Chase Monster” passed away of cancer by the age of 84.
Ever since, fans of the paranormal have reported sightings of “black-eyed ghost girls” at Cannock Chase.
Last month, a man claimed that he captured on video the girl wandering through the woods while he was taking a shot for his family. In the recording that circulates on social networks, the girl is seen pointing to the person who is recording.
In 2014, Lee Brickley, a paranormal expert, went to the forest and explored it after many reports of sightings of the girl.
According to Lee, the video is genuine. What do you think?