|Bleeding House on Fountain Drive|
Will and Minnie Winston
|Theories|| · Ghost|
The Bleeding House on Fountain Drive case was a bizarre one-night phenomenon that only occurred just before midnight on September 8th, 1987.
The phenomenon started and ended just before midnight on September 8th, 1987, as 77-year-old Minnie Winston stepped out of her bath. She noticed a strange, red spill on the bathroom floor. As she was about to inspect the puddle, she noticed that the wall in her bathroom also had the same reddish stain mysteriously oozing from its surface. She stepped outside and saw that the hallway floor also had pools of the reddish substance blotted across the tiles.
There are many explanations as to what the phenomenon could be. Theories include:
- A haunting
- A bleeding intruder
- William Winston had to be hooked up to a dialysis machine everyday to have his blood cleansed and the process would leave him exhausted each day, leading Minnie to begin worrying that it was his blood she was seeing.
- Detective Steve Cartwright investigated the six bedroom brick house on the south side of Atlanta. The police searched the premises but were unable to find any signs of a break-in.
- Lab results concluded that it was human blood that was collected inside the Winstons' home. Furthermore, it was from someone with Type O blood. When the detective asked, Minnie stated that neither her nor her husband possessed Type O blood.