Creepiest place in Chicago, Homan Police Processing facility, hands down

Ghost busters and every creepy psychic tv show has nothing on this place. It is far to creepy even for me.

One day, I had to bond out a human trafficked woman in Chicago, get her purse which was at Homan, and I have never felt or seen a more creepy place in Chicago.  I swear the voices of thousands were crying out to me for justice.

I have to tell you when I go to court at the Daley center and have to be there all day, I have to sleep, have to take a shower and have to wash my hands repeatedly after being there, but nothing out does this place in Chicago where thousands have “disappeared” into the Chicago Police System.

The entire building is creepy. Then they yell at you to stand in line, at a yellow line to get your request processed.  Okay, I am older, I tire more easily and I am more susceptible to negative energy than most.  But this “facility” creeped me out from the minute I walked thru the door.  You can basically hear thousands of people who have walked into that building crying out for justice.  Yikes!  Scary.

So this is what the Guardian relates:

Police “disappeared” more than 7,000 people at an off-the-books interrogation warehouse in Chicago, nearly twice as many detentions as previously disclosed, the Guardian can now reveal.

From August 2004 to June 2015, nearly 6,000 of those held at the facility were black, which represents more than twice the proportion of the city’s population. But only 68 of those held were allowed access to attorneys or a public notice of their whereabouts, internal police records show.

The new disclosures, the result of an ongoing Guardian transparency lawsuit and investigation, provide the most detailed, full-scale portrait yet of the truth aboutHoman Square, a secretive facility that Chicago police have described as little more than a low-level narcotics crime outpost where the mayor has said police “follow all the rules”.


  • 82.2% of people detained at Homan Square were black, compared with 32.9% of the Chicago population.
  • 11.8% of detainees in the Homan Square logs were Hispanic, compared with 28.9% of the population.
  • 5.5% of the detainees were white, compared with 31.7% of the population.
  • Of the 68 people who Chicago police claim had access to counsel at Homan Square, however, 45% were black, 26% were Hispanic and another 26% were white.

I am still scared of this place. It’s nuts.

You get there and some police guy yells at you to stand behind a yellow line. I tell him I am tired and my back hurts.  I am nearly 60.  He says “I don’t care.” I assert the ADA or Americans with Disability Act and he says “that’s nonsense.  Get on the yellow line and wait your turn.”

There are about 12 other people there of other skin colors and they tell me sit down and don’t worry. We know you are tired and we’ll keep your place.”  Police glares at me.

I get up when it is my turn. The police glare at me, but serve me.  In the meantime, every guy in the place makes untoward comments.  Police tell them to knock it off. I tell them I don’t care because at least my friends respect the ADA.

It was a mess I will never forget.

But the feeling that day was of oppression, torture and injustice.  Yikes!

You want a creepy place to investigate on a ghost type show, this is it.

Now, where did all those thousands of people go? What happened to them. Did they find justice.  My feelings tell me nope, and their impressions and those that passed over are waiting for justice.

Homan has got to be the creepiest building in Chicago, hands down.  For those of you that don’t know, when people do not receive justice, their souls leave an impression on a building until justice is done. For those that have crossed over due to torture and injustice, they will cry out.



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