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SisqAlpha
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Thursday May 3, 2007 7:41 PM
One night I decided to "test" my wife's abilities. She had been talking to our friend about it and I was just buzzed enough to feel like being a pain in the ass. On our way home I told her to go into the town where I grew up, knowing of a few houses where bad things have happened and asked her to point at any house that caught her attention.

The first house she pointed at was a brick red place on the righthand side of the street. She said "Someone killed themself there. They blew their head off with a shotgun". Then she said that they weren't alone when they did it, there was someone else there, goading and taunting him untile he did it. I tell you what, that scared the shit out of me. A guy DID kill himself in that house and he DID use a shotgun to do it. I'm not sure if he was alone or not but I Do know that I never told her about that house.

The second house she pointed out was a blue with white trim place on the left and she said she got a feeling that people were abused there. I wasn't sure until I asked my mother later and she confirmed that the kids were beaten often in that house.

a little further around the loop, she pointed out a tan house on the right (this was the house where a friend of mine lived when we were kids) and shook her finger like she was unsure. She said "Not that one.... THAT one! Someone killed themself there also." as she pointed to the house right next to my friend's place. I was a believer from then on.

My friend and I broke into the place about a week after the guy did it, we were just kids with no clue about what we were doing. The sheer stupidity and callousness of that act never even made an impression until many years later. The cleaning crew hadn't even gotten to the place yet and there were still stains on the carpet. I won't go into anymore detail on that. Needless to say, she had me spooked and I was starting to believe her but I wanted one more bit of comfirmation.

I had her go to the other side of the town to another suicide I knew, but we didnt make it. She got one street over from the main drag and said "Nope! I'm not going any closer to that side of town. There's a green glow that way and I see a man down there and he's evil". Then she flipped a bitch and started driving out of town when she decided to inform me that he was following us. So I told her to drive faster. she had that little Geo doing 70 and said he was still following us when we hit Grenada, 6 miles away. She said I need to find Holy ground. Where's a church?". We sat in the parking lot of that church for damn near a half hour before she said he was gone and pulled out. Apparently he wasn't cause she said he was still there and said we needed to outrun him. I didn't know a geo Prism could do 90 mph. He finally stopped chasing about 2 miles outside of Grenada.

I have doubts about the latter part of this tale but in light of the accuracy of the first part, they aren't TOO strong. I've decided that I don't need to test her anymore. I take her word when she says "Don't go there." I won't test her anymore, but my sister did.
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"Tuna and bread. Tuna and bread."-----

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SisqAlpha
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Thursday May 3, 2007 8:11 PM
I apologize if I'm boring you folks, but once I've started on this stuff, I can't stop until it's out of my system. I was raised in a christian home (mom was a bible thumper, dad was a severe skeptic) but in the past 5 years I've seen more of the supernatural and paranormal than I ever have of the divine. But I digress. On to the next tale!

My sister wanted to test my wife after hearing the last story so she asked if we could go up Scarface road a couple miles from my parents place. She had read the story behind the name of the road and wanted to see what my wife said.

About 2 miles up the road my wife stopped and said she wouldn't go any further but she would tell my sister what happened. "There was a young man, early to mid-twenties that robbed someone on the other side of the mountain. He had dark hair, and a scar on the right side of his face that wouldn't let him grow facial hair. He ran through those mountains from the posse until they caught him just up the road and hung him from an oak tree with a limb that stretches over the road."
My sister was crying by this point. Without ever having heard of the road, or the legend (she was raised 140 miles from here), she had nailed it dead on. My sister said that the limb no longer stretches across the road, but you can see where someone has sawn it off many years ago.



My wife continues to startle me from time to time at others, it aggravates me.... like the time when we went up to stewart springs. she was ok on the south side of the mountain, but when I tried going around the north side she damn near yelled at me to turn around, she wasn't allowed up there. I tell you what, I was pissed and I asked why she wasn't allowed up there and then it hit me. She's got the wrong blood in her veins. She's got cherokee in her, a great plains tribe and that area of the county was once the home of the shasta tribe, some karuks and possibly even hoopa. Later I found out that they used to perform their rituals up around that mountain many years ago.

Medicine lake is another area where she feels uneasy, but tolerated. She can't go there alone, but as long as I'm there it's apparently OK. Medicine lake is the old stomping grounds of the Modocs, the native blood that runs in my veins so I am welcome.

I guess this falls more under the "strange" rather than the paranormal.
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Friday May 4, 2007 3:37 AM
QUOTED  I apologize if I'm boring you folks, but once I've started on this stuff, I can't stop until it's out of my system.

Just to give some feedback.

Reading a strangers tales on a message board isn't exactly going to convince me into believing the paranormal, but your stories were certainly not boring.

Personally I'd class myself as an 'undecided'. Until I experience something 'definitely paranormal' for myself I will probably remain this way. Although I do still enjoy reading about other peoples stories. Thanks for posting them.
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I know you said you wouldn't tolerate excuses... but I have a really good one!
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Friday May 4, 2007 9:53 AM
Yeah, Flark beat me to it, lol.
On all counts.
Though I'm 'Scientifically trained' I've always been of the inclination not to completely disbelieve something unless I have proof. Doesn't mean I believe it, and on a scale I'd be slightly more on the skeptic side, but I wouldn't discount the possibility of the 'supernatural' until someone can prove there's nothing there.
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Saturday May 5, 2007 3:17 PM
Oh shit, Bubba's wife...

I just love when she busts out her story telling in the woods in the middle of night, huddled around a camp-fire. Next time we're out and about, we ought to go over to that pioneer cemetary on the edge of town.
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Saturday May 5, 2007 4:57 PM
I don't think I've had a very significant paranormal encounter...But if I did..I sure as hell would do the best I can to not look at it! Especially if it's some sort of apparition standing at the foot of my bed. Personally, I would be really, really creeped out if I saw a little girl, or anyone for that matter standing at the foot of my bed, simply staring at me.

I would shut my eyes and not dare open them if a felt a presence anywhere near me.
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~*Ich leibe dich. <3 *~

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SisqAlpha
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Saturday May 5, 2007 9:28 PM
"Next time we're out and about, we ought to go over to that pioneer cemetary on the edge of town."

My wife says that cemetaries don't bother her. The souls are at rest. Maybe it would be interesting to say the least. She seems to be having a lot more "sensitive" nights here lately. Then again, I don't run as fast as I used to. Maybe they'd catch me this time. lol

You want to see her climb a wall? Pull out a Ouija board.
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SisqAlpha
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Saturday May 5, 2007 9:57 PM
Speaking of my wife..... There's more to the Riverboat story but it takes a LONG time to explain and involves a couple postcognitive visions, find specific places in a Casino she's never set foot in before, reuniting two separated spirits, and revisiting room 215 at night. Maybe I can be persuaded to type it out, but for now I'll just tell another tale from later that night.

My wife says she sees her mother from time to time, not in a apparition type sense, but more commonly as a presence. We were lying in bed that night after getting the shite scared out of me again in the Riverboat. My wife looked over at me and said "My mom's here." and I replied "oh really?". My wife said she was checking me out and seemed to think I was an ok person (apparently even the departed like me for some reason) and I was just getting ready to dismiss the entire exchange when a small blue ball of light appeared between the two of us, hovered for a few seconds, and then shot into the wall between our heads. My wife looked at me and said "That was my mom. She likes you.".

I was kinda hoping I could chalk it up to static electricity being discharged from under the blanket, but we didn't have one on the bed at the time and hadn't been doing anything to create friction.




She also said she had a GHOST in the apartment, it was a little old man that sat in the corner behind the TV. If he ever got frisky, she'd tell him to go to his corner and the shadow would appear behind the TV.

One day I saw the shadow. I was watching TV when I noticed the man shaped shadow behind the TV. I got up, moved around the room, but the shadow never changed position so I knew it wasn't me. I sat back down on the couch and I saw that the cat was staring at the shadow quite intently. When the shadow finally moved, both the cat and I watched it go. I never saw it again after that.
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Friday May 11, 2007 5:21 PM
I can't remember any encounters I have had, but my parents had one:

We used to live in Arizona, in a small house. The first room you walked into when you came in through the front door was the living room, you could see the kitchen from it.. To your left was a hallway, which had three doors, one on the left (Which was my room), one on the right (My younger sister's room), and at the end of the hall was the door that led to my parents room. I was about 8 at the time and my sister was 6. This whole story happened shortly after we had just moved in.

My parents had invited a neighbor over for dinner. After the dinner my parents put my sister and I in bed. They made sure we were asleep before going out to the living room to talk with the neighbor.

After about 20 minutes of talking, the neighbor suddenly said "Wait a second... did you hear that?" My parents hadn't heard anything, and asked him what he was talking about. He said he had heard children laughing, but admitted that it might have been his imagination. After 10 more minutes though, the laughing sound came back, this time my parents could hear it. Thinking that my sister and I had woken up, and were now playing, my mom checked on us. We were both fast asleep still.

After that day, my parents continued hearing the laughing sounds, but only after my sister and I had fallen asleep, and my parents were both awake, they were never woken up in the middle of the night by them.

After a week of this, the lights started to shut off, but only when no one was in the room. They would be in the kitchen or living room, and the lights in another room, usually one they could see from where they were, would suddenly shut off. The childrens laughter would follow, but my parents never found anything.

Finally, after weeks of this going on, my dad had enough of it. One night when my parents were in the living room, the kitchen light suddenly shut off and the children's laughter drifted into the living room. My dad jumped up and yelled "Thats enough! Knock it off!". The children's laughter immediately stopped, the kitchen lights turned back on, and my parents were never bothered by these GHOSTs again.
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Once upon a time, there was this guy, who did this thing, and it was really cool... You might know him. He's the one with the two arms and the face.
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Saturday May 12, 2007 10:14 AM
Spooky story Neon.

Not that I blame your Dad for his actions, but it makes me feel a little sad for the poor GHOST children who had their fun ruined and got shouted at.

Poor little souls.
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I know you said you wouldn't tolerate excuses... but I have a really good one!
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