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#1 Mistteak2

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Posted 24 February 2012 - 11:17 PM

OK, I own a small servo/produce/takeaway shop in our local area. I have been told a number of times by some of the more senior residances is the area, that the store is haunted. Another Young lady who feels that she has the gift also says same.

So how do i prove it? Story as we have been given.

Some time in the ninteenfouties, a young boy in the are was killed in a farming accident (one said run over by a tractor) . they say he was about 12. One said that his name was Joshua.

The store is down the road from the accident. it was not here at time of accident. They say he comes to play with the juniors i have working with me.

Funny things happen: buzzer goes off, drinks are moved, pens dissapear only to be found in funny places, noices, doors opening, shadows moving in side of vision.

What i have tried to find. No record in local cemetary for a joshua. Older residance cant seem to recall fullly any details.

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Posted 24 February 2012 - 11:36 PM

I do love a mystery! Documenting the history of a site is always one of the first things to do, and you're off to a good start. I'd recommend checking back with your senior residents several times since sometimes their memories need to be jogged a little bit.

Also check your cemetery records and look for any variations of the name "Joshua" or similar sounding names beginning with a "J" or "G."

Another place that can yield results is the "morgue" at your local newspaper office. It may take some time to conduct a search, but news account and obituaries from that time period may yield some results.

If doesn't get you anywhere, you can always try using a Ouija board. Either way, good luck on your search . . .
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Posted 25 February 2012 - 01:55 PM

Missteak, it's the spirit of a little boy named Johnny. He was much younger than 12; I believe he was only 4 or 5. Anyway, he died of a nasty fall and I think he broke his neck. Poor little thing.

I have sent him to the other side. I feel so sorry for the little ones who have lost their way. He is back with his mother now and is much happier.

I apologize if you liked having him around because some people do, but as I said, I think it was the more godly thing to do. :kitty:
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Posted 25 February 2012 - 06:25 PM

Hi Petunia, Thats awsome. But Johnny (cool that you got his name), thats a different boy. He did die from a fall. we have some escarpments around here (he was a little legend). He was often seen at the school bus stops around the now, public park.

Could you look and see if this was a different lad, to our Joshua?

the stories were distinct. Pretty awsome that you picked him up though.

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Posted 26 February 2012 - 03:23 PM

Hi Mistteak2;

I agree with Earth_Spirit. Have you gone to the library and checked out the Newspapers for that time period. In my area we have our local papers on microfilm. Maybe you can narrow it down and find out whether it was winter or summer. This is definately old school and may take a while to find. If something did happen to a little boy I'm sure the local paper would have reported it.

Or you could try surfing the internet but I don't know the specifics of the event to tell you where to even start or if you should start at all on the internet.

I think your best bet is to go to the library and start going throuh the old papers. Ask questions of the elders so maybe you won't have to devote half your life to searching and they could give you some specifics to search for.

I wish you luck! Let me know if anything comes of this or you get more info. I really would love to hear about it.

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Posted 27 February 2012 - 07:13 PM

mis, I am honestly not picking up another spirit. There might certainly be another one though. It will be interesting to know what your research finds. Detective work can be fun.

Do let me know if the activities in your store have ceased or if they continue. :)
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