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post #81 of 118 Old 08-17-2013, 01:58 PM
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I put a call into my BIL who is a real estate agent and asked him what the protocol is about disclosing murder or paranormal activity. Told him it was a trivia question. I left a message, he wasn't in.
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post #82 of 118 Old 08-17-2013, 02:07 PM
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Are old buried hydro lines a possibility. Check the property for evidence of old buildings. A shod horse was electrocuted inside an arena. A live buried line was at fault. No one had known of it's existence until the accident.

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post #83 of 118 Old 08-17-2013, 02:38 PM
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My BIL called back,

He said,
The homeowner should disclose murder or suicide to the real estate agent.

If the real estate agent knows of anything, the agent must tell the buyer.

I asked what if the incident happened 10 years ago? He said if the incident affects the value of the property the agent must disclose it.

I asked about paranormal activity and he said, that that kind of stuff is happening more and more, but again if it affects the property value it must be disclosed.

He said a lot of times it is open to interpretation, if it affects the value of the property or not.

He said, personally, he errs on the side of caution and discloses all.
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post #84 of 118 Old 08-17-2013, 03:48 PM
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Subbing! This is very interesting. I hope your able to find something out.

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post #85 of 118 Old 08-17-2013, 03:56 PM Thread Starter
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Well from diving into the archives, or what's left of them, dug up some pretty interesting things.

1. the first owner stayed on the property for 10 months, back in 1859, just long enough to build the house
2. this property was sold via owner not real estate agent up until this last one who used a real estate agent
3. the person who lived there for two days day from complications with cancer
4. there was a report in the paper about the second owner having problems with his beef cattle keeling over and dieing out of the blue

That is what I dug up, I called my agent and met up with her at lunch and she brought everything the previous owner had given her. All she had on the place beside pictures was a letter from the previous owner asking her to sell the place as quickly as possible for whatever amount. Hmmmm...

My friend, I'll call him John, the medicine man came by today to see what he could come up with. From talking to him before I know that he does have pshycic abilites, mostly just being able to see the spirits. He was barely out of the car when he told me that his chief had told him that his chief once told him that there had once been a battle on this land, not just mine but my sister's and neighbor plus many more acres. This happened back in the 1700s, it was between two indian tribes. Before John left he told me that he would be back tomorrow with some things that would help please the spirits that haunt my land. He also refused to enter the barn because he said that is where there "home" is. Just talking to John got chills going up and down my spine, what really floored me was when he asked if any animals had died recently. When I asked him to come over I only told him that I had a problem and if he could come take a look. He was a bucket full of information compared to what the other locals were willing to give me. At least I have somewhat of a clue as to what is going on here.

My only question is if these are Native American spirits then why are they going after my animals? I've always thought that Native Americans respected nature and the lives of the animals. I'm still stumped and I hope that whatever John does tomorrow helps in some way shape or form. For now my mare is over at my sister's place and is acting totally normal.
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post #86 of 118 Old 08-17-2013, 05:00 PM
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Good luck & keep us posted

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post #87 of 118 Old 08-17-2013, 05:01 PM
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I was thinking....trying to find an explanation for this... I know there is a hill not too far from my house where you stop your vehicle at the bottom of the hill and your car will roll up about 20 meters to a willow tree and stop. You can even shut off your vehicle and it will get pulled up hill....The story behind it is that a school bus had an accident at this location years ago, children's died and will push any vehicle at the bottom of the hill to the willow tree( where they say the bus crashed). Some people say it's some sort of magnetic field? I have been a few times since I didn't believe it when I was originally told about it. But if some " force/magnetic field" can push a vehicle up hill, I'm sure it could have an effect on animals like your horses and your dog...?
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post #88 of 118 Old 08-17-2013, 05:18 PM
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Originally Posted by JCnGrace View Post
Churumbeque got her reply posted while I was still typing mine. It's good to know that I'm not the only one who's heard of the realtor's responsibility in disclosing things.
Yes, I believe the realtor has to disclose if there was ever a murder, suicide or "hauntings" associated with a property. Of course they could say they didn't know.
I still wonder why the neighbors are so hush hush.

ETA: Opps, I should have read all the posts before posting.

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post #89 of 118 Old 08-17-2013, 05:34 PM
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Wow! I can't wait to hear what your friend does next.

1. Interesting he won't go in the barn because that is where their home is. It really was risky business for you to spend last night in the barn.

My only question is if these are Native American spirits then why are they going after my animals?
Two tribes were at war. My theory is much livestock was probably stolen by the intruders and no doubt many horses were killed on both sides during battle.

The tribe who had first rights to the land may have lost the battle and are still seeking retribution against anyone stepping on the land they hold sacred and as belonging to them.

Hopefully your friend can make peace with them in some way - it will be historic since this has been going on for a few centuries.

Learning which tribes and what the battle was about would make a really interesting read.

The first owner built a home in 1859? You meant to say 1859 not 1959 and left ten months later? What a story what a story. This is worse than the folks I mentioned earlier who unwittingly built a home on sacred Indian ground and the house had a spirit living in it.

Tomorrow is Sunday, typically the White Man's Christian Day of worship. Will that make a difference, regarding how the Spirits might receive your friend's peace offering? He is Native American, so I hope not.

I think you were pretty successful in your detective work. That's way more than I expected you'd find

Gosh I am hoping this gets resolved in a positive way for you.

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post #90 of 118 Old 08-17-2013, 05:35 PM
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If it's alright I would like to forward your photos to a friend who reads pictures. She is a spiritual reader and can really give some insight. She helped me with a problem awhile back.
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