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#1 Gemini78

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Posted 15 July 2010 - 05:32 PM

Ok, so last night I noticed my boyfriend of about 2 months now was acting odd. Around 2am or so he walked outside to smoke. When he returned to bed, he was unable to rest at all. This morning I asked if he ok and what was going on. This is the reply I got from him....

" I talked to a woman. She was in your house last night when i came back in. I turned around and she was standing there looking at me.....she looked real so I asked who she was. The woman replied.." You don't need to worry about who I am. ( both my name and my childrens names were used) are my family and you are not welcome here. You need to leave." Startled he once agin asked who she was. Her reply again was that it was none of his concern. "She then walked past me and through the closed, locked door."

At first I thought he was kidding. Then he called his brother who happens to be a preacher for spiritual advisement. He was clearly concered. Here is my delemia....I have never heard of a spirit approaching someone and having a conversation with them. Not to mention one that looked so real. What could this be and should we be concerned????? also, what kind of spirit could this be? I need answers quick!!!!!

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Posted 16 July 2010 - 01:44 PM

I am sorry that no one would be able to give you answers, but perhaps guidance.

I would suggest you try to initiate contact with the suppossed ghost, and see if you get a reply.
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Posted 16 July 2010 - 11:22 PM

I would assume that this woman is in fact some sort of ancestor of yours who really dislikes your boyfriend. If anything else happens, take charge and let her know how you feel. If she is a much older relative, it's quite possible that she simply disapproves of unmarried couples, not realising that times have changed.

As far as ghosts appearing to be real and carrying out full conversations, it's obviously never been recorded in any way but their are thousands of eye witness accounts out there. Of the top of my head, I can think of an old ship that is now a museum. A man arrived very early in the morning before tour hours began but explained to the caretaker that he had a plane to catch and just wanted to see the ship for a bit before he left town. The caretaker let him in but explained that he would be too busy to actually show him around. Somewhere along the way, the man met another man in period costume who offered to give him a tour. When he returned to the caretaker to thank him and say goodbye, he was told there was no such tour guide. Similar tales occur at historical sites around the world.

This is the first time I've heard of it happening in a home though.
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Posted 21 July 2010 - 05:41 PM

This information might be of some help. Ancestral hauntings.

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Posted 25 July 2010 - 03:14 PM

. Of the top of my head, I can think of an old ship that is now a museum. A man arrived very early in the morning before tour hours began but explained to the caretaker that he had a plane to catch and just wanted to see the ship for a bit before he left town. The caretaker let him in but explained that he would be too busy to actually show him around. Somewhere along the way, the man met another man in period costume who offered to give him a tour. When he returned to the caretaker to thank him and say goodbye, he was told there was no such tour guide. Similar tales occur at historical sites around the world.



That was the USS Constellation in Baltimore Harbor. http://www.historicships.org/

It was also reported when the connie was tied up at the Navy yard in preparation for rebuild as a museum back in the 50's that the watch crews of Submarines tied up near her would see a man in full early 19th century naval officers uniform pacing back and forth on the quarter deck at night.


I'd say deep six the boyfriend.

I lost a girlfriend under similar circumstances.

Her Father's photo fell off the wall and she took that as a sign that he didn't like me. :kitty:
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Posted 25 July 2010 - 04:58 PM

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I'd say deep six the boyfriend.

I don't know if Logan is kidding but I agree with him. It sounds like 'they' know something. Just sayin'.

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Posted 26 July 2010 - 09:08 PM

Update....

Had a tarot card reading. I do not believe that this is an ancestor now.

We've started to be awakened at night - always at the same time. Tapping noises, touching, voices, shadows, figures, etc. We have actually left the house at 2 or 3 am.

I tried telling the spirit to leave, and it did - for one night.


Thinking of salt lines, painting my door red, but not tossing the boyfriend...kinda like him.

last night my daughter was having a "Conversation" with someone in her sleep. She said she had a nightmare, but wouldn't talk about it further. Tonight she is staying with a relative and we are going to try to order the spirit out again.

Advice?

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Posted 01 August 2010 - 04:10 AM

I've never had to deal with a persistant haunting from a stranger I didn't want around in my own home but if that is the case, I would suggest taking the coexistance approach if agressively taking back your home seems to fail. This is similar to the agressive approach but instead of ordering the spirit out, you tell them they are welcome to inhabit your home as long as they respect your family and keep to themselves.
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Posted 01 August 2010 - 05:10 PM

Basically if you are afraid and hostile to the ghost things this is a bad situation. Best bet is to find something daily you can do positively to help yourselves and the unfortunate entity.
You can try creating holy water, say a simple blessing compatible with your beliefs invoking on a religious/spiritual figure while focusing on the water. Do this for 30 minutes a day and sprinkle the water around the house. This can help the entity move on or force it out.

Really this is your space and you shouldnt be forced to share it with anything that is uninvited. This truth shouldnt create anger, but hopefully it serves to grant you strength, and fortitude.

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Posted 19 August 2010 - 07:20 AM

You'll find that my answer is usually the same: Get a paranormal investigation team out to find actual, scientific findings.

However, we all know that's not going to happen every time so here is my bit of advice:

Is there any drinking involved? Drugs? Are there things that have been occurring around the house or your family recently that could create some type of disorder (ie: baby's daddy not really thrilled about you dating again).

Does he have any mental disorders? (Don't be offended, in my line of work you'll find that's something that has to be asked often. It's just educating yourself concerning the people involved in the situation.) Is he prone to seeking attention?

A house will settle. Noises, cracks, taps and all of that will happen. As wood expands or just the opposite based on temperature, you will find that a house will make noises. Then there is always the weather factor. Sure, it's not a windy night, but that doesn't mean that an occasional gust can't blow through.

I do agree with Duncan. It's your space and you shouldn't feel forced out or anything of the sort. But approaching this from a logical point of view rather than an emotional one (ie: fear) will be helpful in having you sort through things properly. Do your research, don't jump to conclusions and explore options. You don't have to live with it if you don't want to.
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