I worked as a machinist in an old factory in Glastonbury, Connecticut. The factory was built in 1832. There was a new part of the factory that was added on later. I worked in the old part of the factory. I worked by myself at night, until about 3:30 in the morning. About once a week at about the same time, about 1:30 in the morning, I would see, out of the corner of my eye, people walking by very quickly. A couple of seconds later I would think “Wait a minute! There is nobody else here but me!” So I saw that a few times. Then one evening I felt someone staring at the back of my neck and I turned around and there were three people, all men, arranged by height. One was tall, one medium, and one small. They were dressed in plain woolen shirts. They looked like average factory workers in the 1800’s, I assume. They had this look like they were looking beyond me. I stared at them for a minute or so and then they just faded away. I didn’t tell anybody because I didn’t want anybody to think I was looney. But then a couple of months later a guy from another part of the factory got very panicked. He had to be calmed down. He was in the old part of the factory getting something and he saw somebody with a broad-brimmed, black hat and a long overcoat - like what you would wear in the mid-1800’s. He went to chase the fellow and as the man in the hat walked into the new part of the factory, he vanished. 

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