Ghost investigation of The North Head Quarantine Station, Manly, Sydney, Australia
"This is the North Head quarantine station said to be the most haunted site in Sydney. I heard about actually by accident and a bit too late because my departure flight was noon the next day. The Quarantine station was used in the past from 1833 to 1984 to hold sick people carrying diseases like cholera and small pox before entering Sydney. So they would be held in there until they get better or worse until they die. I had only a couple of hours before it got dark so i decided to go there hoping maybe that i might still be able to get a private visit but that never came to be. This is a private property by the way, this whole site is and you can't go in anywhere without permission which i didn't know about until later. So i took a boat from Sydney Cove Circular Quay located near The Opera House to North Head. The boat dropped me at Manly Worf and from there i took a taxi to the Q station but the taxi got lost and i arrived way too late for any visit. Ounce i reached the entrance to the quarantine station i took a bus that took me to the Q station's reception building. The bus is free since it works for the Station. On the bus i had a short but interesting chat with a gentleman the driver about the Station."
"Arriving to the reception building a lady came out from a back office and welcomed me. But when she opened the door to come out i noticed that there was ghost vibes in the area where she came out from but i didn't give that much attention as my attention was on hoping to visit the site. Since i was the only visitor there at this late time the driver of the bus came down with me to the reception. I tried in vain to get permission to go on the site to explore it with no success. I then decided to leave then a taxi was called in for me. I was told that 600 people died there and many people have reported seeing ghosts in many building. One famous ghost is that of a little boy who's been spotted many times in different buildings."
"Few minutes later the taxi arrived. As i got out to get in it i turn to my left and i was blown away by the intensity of the ghost vibes that covered the patio. The vibes were that of a man and they covered this whole area. The gentleman that drove me here was walking in front of me. When i picked up these vibes like 2- 3 seconds later without saying a word the gentleman turned around toward me then said while pointing to the patio(he was pointing to exactly the same area i was picking up the ghost vibes from)that there was a Doctor here in the past named Charles Reed who worked from 1903 to 1927 then died one day in a boat accident in Sydney Harbor. People then started reporting seeing the ghost of a tall man walking in and out and based from many eye witnesses it was believed that it was the ghost of Doctor Reed. He's also been spotted in the hospital and in the morgue."
"This is what the Quarantine Station looks like from the sky with all of it's buildings
"And this below is the patio that i passed by(on my way out)that had alot of ghost vibes. It's also where the ghost of Doctor Charles Reed has been seen many times going in and out. The second and third shot is of the same building but from a distance."