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post #111 of 118 Old 08-18-2013, 08:23 AM Thread Starter
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Thanks WalktheWalk and I did notice .



Has anyone noticed my signature? I'm not one to give up very easily as I said earlier.
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post #112 of 118 Old 08-18-2013, 09:46 AM
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Well, I've resisted subbing up until now but now that poltergeist activity has been added to the mix I am hooked. Is there a Native American version of exorcism?

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post #113 of 118 Old 08-18-2013, 09:54 AM Thread Starter
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What would worry me more than ghosts is the possibility that there is a living, breathing human that has a key to the place that is coming in and causing trouble. It could be some kind of psychopath. Live humans are much more dangerous than dead ones.

They you do have a good point there. However, since the last owner was kind of sketchy I changed all the locks in the house. Back door, front door, basment door and thankfully then garage does not need an opener. You just have to open it by hand but since my truck is to big to fit in there I keep it locked and used for storage.
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post #114 of 118 Old 08-18-2013, 10:28 AM
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I think John may have been wrong about the barn being the spirits home. This morning when I woke up the sugar canister was in the middle of my living room floor, not tipped over but like it had been put there on purpose. I can't wait for John to get here...
Gulp.

I really don't know what to say, except encouraging some caution. My own experiences have been very few, and have been in keeping with my faith system (Christian). I can't really go into it much more without using religious rhetoric. I definitely believe in a spiritual realm, but am uncertain where I stand on "ghosts", as my encounters were of a different nature, and I feel confident In describing the beings in encountered by a different name. (I do have Christian friends who have said they have experience with ghosts or spirits though...still not entirely sure what to make of that.)

I want to be respectful what your own beliefs may be. That said, it's not really something I would want to encounter without my faith, as that was my source of confidence in the situation. I do, however, respect the choice of bringing your friend John in, and it's obvious that he is tuned in to whatever is going on.

I'm wishing you all the best in this.
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post #115 of 118 Old 08-18-2013, 12:16 PM
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Isn't this a picture of your property you posted earlier? The one with all the different owners that never lasted more than a year?



I think you need to contact this website for stealing your photos! They are using them to sell a huge long-term family owned ranch in Montana!

Montana Ranch For Sale - 1884 Teigen Ranch

Montana Ranch For Sale - 1884 Teigen Ranch

HISTORY: The Teigen Ranch was started in 1884 when Mons Teigen (an immigrant from Norway) along with two cousins Knute & Ole Opheim formed a partnership and purchased 3200 head of sheep in the Gallatin Valley. The sheep were trailed up the Shields Valley and down the Musselshell and then crossed over into the McDonald Creek area. Knute sold out in 1890 and Ole drowned in the creek seven years later. Mons bought out their interest and it has been the Teigen Ranch ever since. Mons married in 1897 and built the present ranch home where their two sons Peter and Bard were born. As the story goes the Railroad came through between 1914 and 1917 and a small community of Teigen was built with a general store, a hotel, a lumber and grain company, a community hall, and then Mons built a school that was used from 1914 until 1936. The real estate offered includes the Teigen, Montana postal mail stop with an exclusive postal zip code. The train ran from Winnett to Lewistown and then finally it stopped and the tracks were pulled up in 1972. The Teigen Family has endured the years and expanded the ranch to what it is today. After about 90 years of sheep they switched over to cattle and since then have been running about a 1000 head on the ranch. The Teigen's have been active in the community and in the livestock industry, always highly respected and trustworthy citizens.

http://www.1884teigenranch.com/pages/PhotoGallery.html

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post #117 of 118 Old 08-18-2013, 12:28 PM
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