Like a few other facilities of its nature, the Huntsman Chemical Plant in Conroe, Texas was once the site of a small explosion.
While one man is believed to have died in the freak accident, the facility persevered, and the Huntsman Corporation is still in business to this day.
Updated 2/11/2020 – However, rumor has it that when employees returned to the Conroe based plant, they found their workplace to be haunted–something they did not anticipate.
Man Continues Duties After Death
Multiple reports have come in, each of a tall, pale man seen wandering the corridors.
“After people started seeing him, there was general consensus, if you will,” nodded a local resident.
“We all believed it was the man who died in the explosion.
“I heard that some of the ladies working at the plant seemed a little frightened, but rumor has it that the employees agreed that his ghost had a right to be here.
“Once everyone started getting used to the idea, it became sort of a running joke at the plant.
“If someone stole someone else’s lunch out of the break room, the ghost would be blamed and that sort of thing,” he chuckled.
“It would make sense that as soon as they got comfortable with the idea of being haunted, something much worse would happen,” he added, looking dismayed.
Tell us about their experience.
“My buddy who worked there decided to take a vacation to Maine.
“Another employee had to cover his shift.
The guy wasn’t very excited about it, who would be?
We’ll call this guy “X” to protect his identity.
“There are others on the night shift, but not very many.
“The plant is so big, my buddy told me that sometimes you’ll go for an hour or so at a time without seeing anyone else.
“He told me that this all happened on his third night away, just as X was starting to get used to the night shift.
“He was filling out some reports in the administration building when he heard slow, shuffling footsteps behind him.
“X called out to another co-worker that he needed to use the computer…
“But the guy didn’t say anything.”
Conroe: Home to Devil Children
“X turned around and jerked backward in his chair.”
What did he see?
The other guy, all shriveled up.
“Right in front of X were two little girls.
“They had on matching green cotton dresses and seemed to be holding plastic buckets children use for Halloween.
“Anybody that saw them would have just assumed they were lost and looking for their way home…
“But their eyes were black with glowing white pupils and X knew these girls were no ordinary children.”
“’Where’s Daddy?’ one of them hissed at him.”
“’He said he’d take us trick or treating,’ the other chimed in.
“X continued to lean all the way back in the chair, spooked and unsure of what to do.
“’Uh…who is your daddy?’ he finally asked, attempting to sound calm and failing.
“’He went to work one day and never came back,’ one pouted.
“’We were sad, so we followed him in the darkness,’ the other nodded—as if it were the simplest thing in the world.
“’I’m sorry girls,’ X said.
‘I don’t think your daddy is here.’
“It was clearly the wrong thing to say, because they both opened their mouths and started screeching at the top of their lungs.
“It sounded like nails on a chalkboard, and they never seemed to need to draw breath.
“It was the scariest thing he had ever seen, so X is trying to transfer out of Conroe as a result,” he said, shaking his head.
‘If those girls were the daughters of that former employee then he sure did spawn some evil children.”
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5451 Jefferson Chemical Rd