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  • Surrealistfemme.

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    Everyone has has something unexplainable and totally freaky happen to them.

    A lot of people don't believe in the paranormal. I am a firm believer in most of it.
    If any of you know me, I practice Tarrot Cards, Palm Reading and I believe in the Aura.

    What about any of you? Have you experienced something beyond explanation?

    (If this isn't a 'serious' topic, I apologize in advance.)
    March 6th, 2008 at 10:48pm
  • wolf parade.

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    I fully believe in paranormalities. Lot's of things have happened to me, which have been unexplainable. ESP (extra sensory perception) runs in my family; almost everyone has it. I find it all really interesting.

    The first time I experienced my ESP at work was when I was outside in my backyard playing catch with my dad. I heard my mom calling me, and she sounded distressed or in trouble. I dropped my glove and ran inside. I found my mom in the family room, watching TV. I aksed her what happened, and why she was calling for me. She said she didn't say anything. Next, I heard my brother calling me several times. I run upstairs to his room only to find that he isn't home. I was kind of freaking out at first. But my mom explained it to me.

    My most recent experience happened in the driveway of an old house that was for sale, just a couple houses from mine. I was with my friends, and we weren't actually supposed to be on the property, but whatever. ^_^ Anyway, we see a light in the attic of the house. Totally normal. We went up on the porch. On the door there is a sign posted: "The electricity and water has been shut off in this house. Do not use water or electics in this house." We were pretty flustered and creeped out by that. How could a light be on? All the electricity had been shut off.

    Anyway, someone lives in that house now, so we can't do anymore snooping around there.
    March 7th, 2008 at 07:53pm
  • Scars.

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    Well, to be quite honest; they're was a spychic who told my Mother once that the reason my dog is always barking for no reason, is because of the urns in our home.

    What urns?
    Well, the urns with my Grandma and Grandpa's ashes, of course.
    And now, I'm scared as hell.
    March 8th, 2008 at 11:52pm
  • folie a dru.

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    One night I woke up and there was a demon in my room.
    March 8th, 2008 at 11:56pm
  • Leonore Paisley

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    I have had many paranormal instances, usually every night, actually. Before I fall asleep, I clear my head and I hear voices. The veil between us and the other side is thinning, and I believe that eventually the other side will be a big part of our world. I had a dream before my great uncle died that he died; maybe a month or a couple weeks. Mind you, this was when I was ten. There are various others, but it's stuff like my lights going on and off; hearing laughing; and footsteps. Nothing else, really.
    March 9th, 2008 at 10:10pm
  • jane elliot .

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    Well, I most certainly do not believe in the paranormal, but there have been a small handful of strange things to happen to some members of my family.

    When my aunt was sixteen she went to a fortune-teller for fun, just for a laugh, really. She was told that she would never be married, yet grow to have three different children by three different men. She's 40 now, has never been married, and has three children by three different fathers.

    Pretty interesting, but I don't put trust in the supernatural.
    March 9th, 2008 at 10:23pm
  • Phantasmagoria

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    I once thought I saw a spirit at a party.
    My finger cut off that same night.
    My hand wouldn't stop shaking, even when I was sleeping.
    O_O
    March 9th, 2008 at 11:50pm
  • Scars.

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    I once thought I saw a spirit at a party.
    My finger cut off that same night.
    My hand wouldn't stop shaking, even when I was sleeping.
    O_O
    :shock: Holy... I don't know what to say.
    March 10th, 2008 at 11:42pm
  • Chemical Heart.

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    druscilla; daydream.:
    One night I woke up and there was a demon in my room.
    You have no idea how much that comment just freaked me out. How do you know it was a demon?

    I've only ever had one real experience, when I was an exchange student. I use to feel my Nanna's presence in the corner of my bedroom at nights, I wasn't afraid though. It made me feel comforted and closer to home.
    March 11th, 2008 at 12:17am
  • folie a dru.

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    druscilla; daydream.:
    One night I woke up and there was a demon in my room.
    You have no idea how much that comment just freaked me out. How do you know it was a demon?
    It felt demonic. I told my mom about it and she said other people have reported the same thing.

    First it was this black shape near the window and then it moved so it was over me. I said the Lord's Prayer over and over in my head until it left. I couldn't see the details of it, but I could see it and I could see it move.
    March 11th, 2008 at 12:20am
  • Chemical Heart.

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    druscilla; daydream.:
    It felt demonic. I told my mom about it and she said other people have reported the same thing.

    First it was this black shape near the window and then it moved so it was over me. I said the Lord's Prayer over and over in my head until it left. I couldn't see the details of it, but I could see it and I could see it move.
    That is extremely freaky. You must of been freaking out, I sure would of been. :shock:
    March 11th, 2008 at 12:21am
  • folie a dru.

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    druscilla; daydream.:
    It felt demonic. I told my mom about it and she said other people have reported the same thing.

    First it was this black shape near the window and then it moved so it was over me. I said the Lord's Prayer over and over in my head until it left. I couldn't see the details of it, but I could see it and I could see it move.
    That is extremely freaky. You must of been freaking out, I sure would of been. :shock:
    I stopped sleeping upstairs because I didn't feel safe anymore.
    March 11th, 2008 at 12:24am
  • Chemical Heart.

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    druscilla; daydream.:
    I stopped sleeping upstairs because I didn't feel safe anymore.
    I'd be the same if that happened to me.
    Paranormal things really freak me out sometimes.
    March 11th, 2008 at 12:32am
  • Garry_Way

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    I live in an old house, but the only thing I have ever saw a few times was my old dog.
    March 11th, 2008 at 01:56am
  • Coin-Operated Angel

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    I'm a proud Ouija Board owner, and have had a few experiences several times.

    The first night I used it was a couple of days after Christmas, when I got it. Emili was over, and we were trying it out. We met this kid Vazz. I got the feeling of him staring at me and such, and he didn't like us at first, and kept leaving and coming back. We thought he was stalking us, and when Em went to the bathroom, she heard breathing.

    I've seen a few lights by my bed, flashing near the head of my bed where the nightstand is. I'm not sure if it's my clock, but because it's moving so fast, i don't think it is.

    I feel the presence of a spirit sometimes. It sometimes gets cold where I am, and I remember one day, I was sitting in class, crying because everyone was reading these emotional letters our parents were supposed to give us, and my mom left mine on top of her laptop. I suddenly felt a sort of cold air surround me,and I immediately knew I was being hugged by my friend Jonathan (from the Ouija Board).

    Near the end of the school year, my friend Stacy also invited me to her birthday. it was a camp out party in her yard, and we had a seance after it got dark. We felt the cold surround us when it was really warm out, and we saw large, dark masses appear on the walls of the tent. My friend and Stacy's cousin Ashley said she felt something in the room. I felt it too.

    Then, recently, I was at my friend Emili's house. Sam wanted to experience the Ouija Board, so we made a makeshift one out of poster board, and used a shot glass to read the messages. We came across Vazz again, whom I hadn't talked to in a while (we became friends at that point). We talked for a bit, and soon enough, the lights began to flicker. No one was by the light switch, and it's not motion activated. The candles flicked, and Sam swore she saw a shadow. It got cold in one spot, near mine and Sam's laps, like he had his head on one and a hand on the other.

    Also, I had almost cut once after Alfonso died with a Sharpie cap. It flew out of my hand quickly, and I sat there, Thanking no one.

    I hope I have more experiences in the future. It's the most amazing feeling when the dead contact you. It just leaves you in awe for hours on end. I love that feeling. =)
    March 11th, 2008 at 02:54am
  • Erinza

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    I am a very firm believer in the paranormal. I believe that there are different plains other than the physical one in which we live. I know there are spirits, I am positive that you can be reincarnated. I do not believe in demons, and I can assure you that I do not think there is a Hell. There are animal guides, there are passed loved ones watching over you.

    I think everyone goes to Heaven. When I say Heaven, do not mistake it for giant gates with an angel greeting you, and allowing you in. I believe that Heaven is what you want it to be. When you die, you go to a place that makes you the happiest--that one place where you have always wanted to go.

    I do not believe in all the sh-t they put on television with the sappy ghost-stories of how, "Oh, I woke up one morning and I had cuts all along my forearm". I do not believe in ghosts, and spirits can not harm you physically, even if they want to. And believe it or not, there is a difference between spirits and ghosts. Ghosts have been made out to be scary, evil creatures. No spirit is frightening.

    And, Dead Guardian Angel, I have always wanted to own an Ouija Board. =] My mom wants to buy me one, we're just going to have to keep it well hidden from my grandma. D:
    March 11th, 2008 at 02:42pm
  • The Lovecraft

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    I'm not a very firm believer in the facts of the paranormal, but I do admit that there are unexplainable things.
    One of my few experiences was when I was 7 and dealing with the very first times I was home alone. I had come home from school and was doing my homework, and I kept hearing the chairs from the kitchen moving around on the floor, as if my family were at home and kept pulling them to sit. For a lot of years from then on I couldn't stand silence when I was alone, so I learned to do everything with the TV or the radio on.

    The other experience brings me back to a very bad memory. Last summer, just before school ended, I was at my computer working on something, and I had to take a break. I left my head on my back and started thinking, out of the blue, of this local band. For some reason, I was questioning myself what would happen if one of them died, or if something happened to one of them. For about 15 minutes my mind wandered in the most ridiculous assumption that one of the bandmembers might die. A few days later, the guitarist of the band had a climbing accident and died after a week in a coma.

    It might be one sad coincidence, but, for sure, I was upset. The guy was only 17, and he had the most amazing love of life, and he was talented and funny and nice. RIP.
    March 11th, 2008 at 07:31pm
  • Erinza

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    I'm not a very firm believer in the facts of the paranormal, but I do admit that there are unexplainable things.
    One of my few experiences was when I was 7 and dealing with the very first times I was home alone. I had come home from school and was doing my homework, and I kept hearing the chairs from the kitchen moving around on the floor, as if my family were at home and kept pulling them to sit. For a lot of years from then on I couldn't stand silence when I was alone, so I learned to do everything with the TV or the radio on.

    The other experience brings me back to a very bad memory. Last summer, just before school ended, I was at my computer working on something, and I had to take a break. I left my head on my back and started thinking, out of the blue, of this local band. For some reason, I was questioning myself what would happen if one of them died, or if something happened to one of them. For about 15 minutes my mind wandered in the most ridiculous assumption that one of the bandmembers might die. A few days later, the guitarist of the band had a climbing accident and died after a week in a coma.

    It might be one sad coincidence, but, for sure, I was upset. The guy was only 17, and he had the most amazing love of life, and he was talented and funny and nice. RIP.
    The guitarist dying isn't exactly a paranormal thing. It could've been you telling the future, without realizing it. The mind is a powerful thing. I had somewhat of an experience like that before. My boyfriend had to bring a friend of mine home on a day that I had flute lessons after school, so I was there for awhile. On my way home, coming around a curb, I randomly had the thought: "Dave got into a car accident". Around 9pm that night, Dave got online and told me that he had gotten into a car accident on the way home from dropping my friend off. It freaked me out so bad, and I'm just glad he wasn't hurt.
    March 11th, 2008 at 09:59pm
  • libbey crocodile.

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    druscilla; daydream.:
    I stopped sleeping upstairs because I didn't feel safe anymore.
    I'd be the same if that happened to me.
    Paranormal things really freak me out sometimes.
    Dru, you're experience really scared me. I had to leave the thread.
    I was too curious to stay away, though.

    My friend's mother had an experience like that before.
    Except she was being choked.

    Now I'm not going to be able to sleep tonight.
    March 12th, 2008 at 01:52am
  • vonny

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    ^ I've had one like that. Except, it wasn't a demon. It was just really calming actually. T'was just this figure standing beside my bed. I didn't get a proper look at it though, and it was most likely all in my head. But yeah, made me feel safe at the time.

    Now it scares me to think about it..
    March 12th, 2008 at 07:28am