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#1 Kofelover



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Posted 18 July 2006 - 01:43 AM

Over the last year I have had three separate but similar occurrences where glass breaks within a few inches of me and self contains itself as not to harm me but to get my attention. They have happened in separate homes.

The first time a hanging light fixture fell and broke in the bathroom sink.

The second was a new candle on a shelf fell in front of me and caved in the glass on itself not spilling out.

The third happened today while I was working on the computer my glass which was empty at the time suddenly broke near the bottom making a nose loud enough for my husband to hear across the room and once again self contained it self. Does this mean anything? Is someone trying to tell me something? Any information would be helpful.




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Posted 18 July 2006 - 03:29 PM

Can't say, but I have had two similar experiences, where drinking glasses broke. One cracked while I was watching it, the other one broke into two separate parts and looked like someone had slashed a sword through it. Both times they were just sitting next to the counter, empty.

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Posted 18 July 2006 - 06:04 PM

I am not sure what the glass breaking means. Only time something like that happened to me was about 6 years ago. I was visiting my sister's sister in-law, she had rented an oceanfront house for a week. She had a recent ghost experience and we were sitting on the couch as she was telling me in detail all about it. She had just said that the spirit played around with electrical things and lights........then crash, the light bulb in a ceiling lamp above us shattered. Her brother turned off the light and luckily could unscrew the bottom piece still in socket. Everyone in the room, especially some teenagers were scared, so the ghost conversation ended. They never did rent that home again. Could be glass breaking is a way of getting attention or trying to communicate??
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