My grandmother’s missing necklace appeared in my bedroom days after she passed./u/robkat22

The Paranormal | March 10, 2023

My grandmother’s missing necklace appeared in my bedroom days after she passed./u/robkat22

My grandmother was diagnosed with lung cancer about 10 years ago. I was absolutely devastated as she was my favourite person on earth. She lived 3 hours away from me so I only saw her once before she died (diagnosis to her passing was quick).

Before I saw her for the last time, I decided to get rid of an old clunky jewelry box where I kept all my necklaces (which I never wear) and bought a jewelry tree instead. I went through all my pieces of jewelry and discarded stuff I didn’t want and organized the remaining pieces on the tree.

During my last visit with her I asked her where her necklace was. I was curious because she always wore it when I was a kid but I hadn’t seen it in years (please know I wasn’t asking because I wanted it. I was just reminiscing. Not really my style anyway). She had me look all over the house in various rooms and boxes and drawers. I couldn’t find it. My aunt thought she may have given it to her niece and forgotten about it.

Flash forward to the day of her funeral. I was getting ready in the bathroom and decided that maybe I would wear a necklace (which, again, I rarely do). I went to my jewelry tree and sitting right there on one of the branches was the necklace. It wasn’t even buried behind everything. It was right in front. I started welling up immediately and asked my husband if he had put it there. He looked at me dumbfounded and said no. I hadn’t even told him about the necklace or the conversation I had with my grandmother a few weeks prior so I believe him. To this day, I have no idea how it ended up with my jewelry. I wore it to the funeral that day but haven’t worn it since. I still have it. My aunt and dad can’t explain it either. Neither were at my house in the days between and neither would pull a stunt like that.

If I hadn’t just cleaned out my jewelry box I would have thought that perhaps she gave it to me a long time before and I had forgotten. But there’s no mistaking it — it was not there before she passed away.

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[link] [comments]My grandmother was diagnosed with lung cancer about 10 years ago. I was absolutely devastated as she was my favourite person on earth. She lived 3 hours away from me so I only saw her once before she died (diagnosis to her passing was quick). Before I saw her for the last time, I decided to get rid of an old clunky jewelry box where I kept all my necklaces (which I never wear) and bought a jewelry tree instead. I went through all my pieces of jewelry and discarded stuff I didn’t want and organized the remaining pieces on the tree. During my last visit with her I asked her where her necklace was. I was curious because she always wore it when I was a kid but I hadn’t seen it in years (please know I wasn’t asking because I wanted it. I was just reminiscing. Not really my style anyway). She had me look all over the house in various rooms and boxes and drawers. I couldn’t find it. My aunt thought she may have given it to her niece and forgotten about it. Flash forward to the day of her funeral. I was getting ready in the bathroom and decided that maybe I would wear a necklace (which, again, I rarely do). I went to my jewelry tree and sitting right there on one of the branches was the necklace. It wasn’t even buried behind everything. It was right in front. I started welling up immediately and asked my husband if he had put it there. He looked at me dumbfounded and said no. I hadn’t even told him about the necklace or the conversation I had with my grandmother a few weeks prior so I believe him. To this day, I have no idea how it ended up with my jewelry. I wore it to the funeral that day but haven’t worn it since. I still have it. My aunt and dad can’t explain it either. Neither were at my house in the days between and neither would pull a stunt like that. If I hadn’t just cleaned out my jewelry box I would have thought that perhaps she gave it to me a long time before and I had forgotten. But there’s no mistaking it — it was not there before she passed away. submitted by /u/robkat22 [link] [comments]

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