Author Topic: The Street With No Name: Annandale Sydney N.S.W  (Read 116 times)

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The Street With No Name: Annandale Sydney N.S.W
« on: January 08, 2018, 10:48:34 PM »
And perhaps with good reason no name is ever given to this evil place?

It has a sinister reputation of evil and murder like am ever threatening presence seeking to devour the unwary.

The street of no name is an area which gives access to the arches of a railway viaduct near Jubilee Park, Annandale has developed quite an evil reputation. Dubbed The Street With No Name, locals claim there is something inexplicably evil about the viaduct and surrounding park, particularly at night.

Many people claim an eerie presence can be felt, others tell tales of bizarre behavior displayed by small children and dogs that visiting the area. like if some thing draws them and repells them at the same time? Perhaps a collision zone between positive and negative forces?

Dark stories of tragedy and death in the late 1960's, There is perhaps with more research perhaps other earlier events lost to memory. however in the 1960's the body of an elderly man was found the day after he had been seen walking around the railway viaduct.

A railway worker named Jock who had gone to the rescue of an injured possum was killed by a train in the foggy darkness the day before the line was closed permanently to rail traffic in January 1966 (it has since been re-opened for light rail).

Locals report that on some nights they can still hear Jock walking along the railway tracks searching for animals in need of help. Two years after the incident, the mutilated body of a three-year-old boy was found dumped not far from the railway viaduct. This murder remains unsolved.

The body of a twelve-year-old boy was found along the railway embankment in 1974. The boy had died of extensive head injuries inflicted with a large rock. Seven months later and only 50 metres away, the body of another boy the same age was found.  He had suffered multiple stab wounds to the chest, stomach and leg. In 1977, a man was arrested, tried and found guilty of the murders of the latter two boys.

In the height of the carefree decade of the 1970's A girl's body is reported to have been dumped in the car park in late 1976. Police investigations indicate she may have been the victim of Sydney's first Satanic murder? Was it the work of a local serial killer?

Just a street with no name. in the 1980's and early 1990"s it was the scene of brutal anti gay bashing's. With all the years of haunting sinister reputation it was also the refuge of the down and out. A haunt of tramps drug addicts and thieves.

In 2000, a homeless man, Reg Malvin, ignored warnings not to sleep there and was found bludgeoned to death in the grandstand of nearby Jubilee Park. Two years later the body of an Asian man was found floating in nearby Rozelle Bay. Both murders remain unsolved.

The storage rooms that have been created by bricking in the arches have been dubbed The Tomb by one of the people who leases one. Night visitors to them have reported feeling anxious and queasy and sudden temperature changes and the smell of fresh paint when at times when no painting has been done. Ghostly footsteps have been heard coming from the exact spot that the body of the first murdered twelve-year-old boy was found.

Can a location reek of evil if not then this place comes pretty close.....

Old Kanacki had to search deeper into the dark side and history of Sydney's under belly.

And was horrified what I found.....

Continued....

Kanacki

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Re: The Street With No Name: Annandale Sydney N.S.W
« Reply #1 on: January 12, 2018, 10:55:13 AM »
There does Indeed seems to be a long history in such a site... Could thee actually outside dark forces at play?

Kanacki

 


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