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    09-28-2012, 02:30 AM
  #61
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Never encountered one but I do believe that there are probably bad things out there. There are also, like said before, a zillion things out there that we won't understand until we pass. Electro Magnetic thingies, you know... stuff.

I have known lots of people with stories that do believe 100%. One girl in particular wet her pants on a haunted tour of an old Hotel/Spa/Former Hospital. Every time we walked through the halls we had to crawl through groups sitting down listening to stories and tales of the former inhabitants. So DH and I frustrated with the commotion one night sat in our room waiting for them to stop next to our door. AGAIN they stopped right outside and started in with their tale. We waited until they all sat, one sat leaning AGAINST our door... AND THEN WE TACKLED IT! SLAMMING AND MOANING AND SCREAMING at the top of our lungs... The girl sitting there wet her pants, she left quite the puddle. LOL!
     
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    09-28-2012, 02:47 AM
  #62
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Originally Posted by FlyGap    
Never encountered one but I do believe that there are probably bad things out there. There are also, like said before, a zillion things out there that we won't understand until we pass. Electro Magnetic thingies, you know... stuff.

I have known lots of people with stories that do believe 100%. One girl in particular wet her pants on a haunted tour of an old Hotel/Spa/Former Hospital. Every time we walked through the halls we had to crawl through groups sitting down listening to stories and tales of the former inhabitants. So DH and I frustrated with the commotion one night sat in our room waiting for them to stop next to our door. AGAIN they stopped right outside and started in with their tale. We waited until they all sat, one sat leaning AGAINST our door... AND THEN WE TACKLED IT! SLAMMING AND MOANING AND SCREAMING at the top of our lungs... The girl sitting there wet her pants, she left quite the puddle. LOL!
HAHAHA!! That reminds me - when we were living in the building I mentioned earlier, some building inspectors from the developers decided to test the walls of the old building. Our back wall was shared with the old building, and when they got to that wall they were tapping away intermittently at it with some form of tool. After about 30 mins the tapping was starting to get really annoying, so the next time they tapped, like "tap, tap, tap", Dad got a hammer and went "tap...tap...tap...*long pause*...tap". We heard a yelp, the tapping stopped immediately and later we'd found they'd left half their stuff behind. Gave us quite a giggle! Nothing like taking advantage of a spooky atmosphere...
FlyGap and Maple like this.
     
    09-28-2012, 12:13 PM
  #63
Yearling
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Originally Posted by Speed Racer    

Some move on quickly, while others linger.
Move on to what?


Instead, they'll move on to whatever else is waiting for them. My parents are retired souls. They got it right in this lifetime, so feel no need to come back. My mother is still living, but my father passed last year. He's waiting for her before he moves on. I know that for certain.
How do you know this?

The souls that are around me have various reasons for being here, but they're all tied to me. Some in this life, some in prior lives. There's a young boy named Joe who found me last winter. He'd been searching for many years. He died during or just after the Civil War. I know who he is and why he sought me out. Would love to hear this story.
I am fascinated, SR. I want more!
     
    09-28-2012, 12:24 PM
  #64
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Move on to their next existence. I don't know exactly where or what that might be, although some do return to this reality.

Retired souls have a certain air or aura. I can't really explain it to you, other than you can tell when a soul is done with this particular dimension.

Joe is my son. That's really all I know except that he was placed in an orphanage as a very young child, and died between 8-10 years old.
     
    09-28-2012, 12:53 PM
  #65
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I see we have several detractors and those who like to make fun of things like this on the thread. I'm fine with that. Everyone is entitled to their own opinions, and I used to hold those same ones.

However, I do think it's rather cruel and immature to find it amusing that someone was so frightened they wet themselves. Especially since it was the people poking fun who deliberately frightened the other person.
     
    09-28-2012, 04:37 PM
  #66
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The yard I kept Bandit at a few years ago was built into the back of an old castle. I had to drive down an isolated lane about 1 mile long to get to is and half way between the main road and the barn is a graveyard. At one stage I had taken in a little grey pony named Duke. Duke and another pony had a VERY strong dislike for each other (they both had little big man syndrome) so I would turn Duke out during the night, and the other pony would be turned out during the day - this resulted in me going out at 5am to bring in the pony. I can not stress who much of a chicken I realised I was when I had to go in search of the pony in the pitch black, unlit field with only a mobile phone as light. Furthermore, I can't stress the feeling of utter terror when I could see a white/grey figure moving towards me from the cementary :) LOL, I can clearly remember thinking to myself "please let it be a pony, PLEASE let it be a pony!" Driving away one day I suddenly got a bad feeling and looked in my rearview mirror and I swear I saw a person looking at me in the back window.
The odd time when I would be in the yard I would get the feeling of being watched and would get competely freaked out, out of nowhere. One of the other people had arrived back from a p2p and said he had never unloaded a horse and gotten out of a place so fast before in his life when he also got such a horrible feeling. 90% of the time it was fine. All I know is that when I felt uneasy, it wasn't just a small bit un nerved... it was a serious feeling that something wasn't right and I didn't want to be anywhere near it.
     

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