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Lightbulb Ghost Stories anyone?   #1  
Does anyone have any creepy ghost stories to tell?

Maybe something that's happened to you personally, or if you know someone that's had encounters with the paranormal?
Or, best yet, even just make up a story? It can be creepy or silly, or something, whichever.

Share your ghostly ghosty ghost tales with me? <.<; Please? Even though I'm a huge chicken and get creeped out by a lot of things? I'll share some of my eerie experiences too later on...
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Default   #2   SeaCaptainGray SeaCaptainGray is offline
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I haven’t had a ghostly experience per say but I have had some odd waves of emotions twice in my life. My family is a little off the beaten path and makes an effort to stroll around cemeteries when we go on vacation. They are neat from a historical perspective, and are basically a lovely sculpture garden. In Savannah, Ga, there is a cemetery called Bonaventure. Here was the 1st strange encounter. While strolling about, I came across a set of 3 crib like graves with lambs on them. All children from the same family who passed before the age of one. I went to walk away to point it out to my mother, and felt the need to turn around. When I did, I felt my blood run cold and started to cry. Not like the type of tears you feel coming either. My eyes just started to water like I was feeling someone else grief. That’s when I was 12. I returned last year when I was 22 and revisited the grave. Nothing. Reflecting back it was almost as if I felt a mother’s loss of their children. This time all was quiet, and typical. Maybe it was my active imagination, but it was a really overwhelming sensation. The second experience happened late at night last summer. I was in Saint Augustine, Fl. This was my 3rd time in the city, and I knew it well. I’ve been in all of the “haunted” buildings, tourist traps, etc. several times at this point. It feels like a 2nd home. This night however was different. It was 11pm on a weeknight, and the city was dead. Hardly anyone, just a few lingering groups of screaming girls,drunk beyond functioning. My boyfriend and I were walking alongside the De San Marco, a place I had been earlier that day. I looked up at the structure, lit by flood lights. The same cold sensation ran through me. I felt insanely stressed and afraid all in one moment. I had to look away and speed off past the building. I was almost sick that’s how strong this rush of emotions was. The next day we walked past the fort again and…nothing. Same old building it had always been to me.

so no ghosts, but I personally think that I have felt the emotions of others on 2 occasions. I think it’s crazy and makes no sense at all, but next to maybe imagining things for s split second, that is the best explanation I have.
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Default   #4   Merskelly Metalien Merskelly Metalien is offline
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...so no ghosts, but I personally think that I have felt the emotions of others on 2 occasions. I think it’s crazy and makes no sense at all, but next to maybe imagining things for s split second, that is the best explanation I have.
woahh. <:o That actually sounds a little familiar to some cases I've heard about people having a heightened sensitivity to certain places and objects and historical images. In a way, the feelings of an individual that's passed on is thought to linger around certain things they have connection to, and some people are more keen than others to be able to pick up on those strong feelings even if they are fleeting and not particularly impactful personally. It's a paranormal study, so I can't really say for sure how credible it even is, but it is something unexplainable. :{ The reactions you had might have been brought on by those two instances may have come from a disembodied soul. <:/ Both seemed negative. But I think all anyone wants, living or dead, is for someone to understand how they feel. <:] It's good you remember it, I think.
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woahh. <:o That actually sounds a little familiar to some cases I've heard about people having a heightened sensitivity to certain places and objects and historical images. In a way, the feelings of an individual that's passed on is thought to linger around certain things they have connection to, and some people are more keen than others to be able to pick up on those strong feelings even if they are fleeting and not particularly impactful personally. It's a paranormal study, so I can't really say for sure how credible it even is, but it is something unexplainable. :{ The reactions you had might have been brought on by those two instances may have come from a disembodied soul. <:/ Both seemed negative. But I think all anyone wants, living or dead, is for someone to understand how they feel. <:] It's good you remember it, I think.


In generally I am pretty emotional as a person. Other people's moods or emotions play into mine a lot. I don't feel them as 'bad' experiences, I'm glad I remember them as well.
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Default   #6   Merskelly Metalien Merskelly Metalien is offline
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I haven't had any paranormal experiences where I've actually seen something move or witnessed an apparition, or anything. My only really eerie experiences involved only noises, chills and just a feeling.

Once I was visiting the town of Calico, which is now a ghost town tourist place and historical landmark, and when I crossed the bridge over to the old schoolhouse, I couldn't help but feel a particular child seat that was very cold. I didn't think much of it until I came back to the seat a minute later and it wasn't cold anymore.

There's a mine shaft in the town too, that is very dark and creepy looking when you walk through it, and it is understandably cold because it's below ground and completely closed off from the sun and wind, with only a little electric light down there. o~o I heard something walking through like distant explosions or pounding, and I couldn't pinpoint the sound. I thought something above ground was happening, like a firework. It was just a sound, like, 'BOUM..BOUM BOUM POH' but distant. It was deep and I was sure I heard it. My dad and brother heard it too, though my dad thought it could have been some big rocks falling on the opposite side of the hill. But when I exit the mining shaft to see, nothing out of the ordinary had happened. I looked around for any speakers that might recrate sounds from inside the mining shaft, but there were only the electric lights and pick axes, old lamps and mine carts displayed around the tunnels, along with a gift shop at one end. 0n0 I didn't know what I heard, but I didn't hear it again. But there are signs posted around Calico's rocky, caved corners that display both rattlesnake dangers, and Do Not Enter signs I hadn't seen before, which notified visitors of Dynamite hazards beyond the fences...likely because old dynamite was still down there in the rocks and collapsed shafts. There wasn't anyone fooling around or any explosions, but I thought that maybe that's what I heard down in the tunnels. :{ A ghostly dynamite explosion. I don't know. It could have just been rocks but, >->; ...hm.
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