I don't have a ghost story but a supernatural one:
One summer I was working at a Boy Scout summer camp. I had an assistant working with me. One day, on our hour break, I thought if it was possible to actually hypnotize someone. I tried it on him and it worked. Well, later that night, I told other camp counselors and everyone wanted to see. So the guy laid down on a cot and I induced hypnosis on him. I took him to the night that he first played with a Ouija board.
He was at his cousins house, and we could tell when he was walking because while lying down, his legs were moving as if he were walking. Everyone was stoked and wondered if he was faking it. But who would think to fake hypnosis by walking lying down? So I had him describe the room he was in, where he was going, and who was around him. He described the room and he and his cousin and friends were sitting around the ouija board on the floor with candles all around. He began to walk again, so I asked him where he was going. He answered, "In the closet." But he never stopped walking. So I asked if he was still in the closet and he answered, "Yes." Confused, I asked where he was going in the closet. He answered, "down the stairs." By this time he was breathing much heavier and he began to sweat heavily. Everyone around us began to get excited, but the freakiest part is yet to come.
I asked him to describe where he was and who was with him. He answered that it was hot with a lot of fire and there were two demons with him. I asked him to describe them to me. He described them as one is red, the other white. They had big black eyes with hooves for feet. They were each holding him at the wrist, taking him down the long stairs.
At this point, people around me were reaking out and telling me to wake him up and that he was in hell.
I then instruced the guy to wrestle his arms free and run up the stairs and close the door behind him. He did exactly that and strangely enough, he moved his legs visorously as if he were running. Suddenly he stopped.
I asked him if he made it and he replied, "Yes." Then he started to walk again. I asked him where he was going and he repeated that he was going down the stairs. I immediately woke him.
When he awoke, it took him a few seconds to regain his bearings and the first thing he asked was, "Why do my wrists hurt" while he was massaging them!!!!!!
A few years later, I was watching an episode of Unsolved Mysteries and the episode showcased an arsonist who videotaped his arson. While taping, he kept praising Omar, a demon from hell that's close to Satan and exactly fits the red demon description....