For those of you seeking a paranormal experience, here is one everyone can try./u/Chris-Intrepid

The Paranormal | March 11, 2023

For those of you seeking a paranormal experience, here is one everyone can try./u/Chris-Intrepid

No this doesn't involve ouiji boards or rituals. All you need to do is go into a thrift store and pay attention.

It seems every thrift store I go in has one spot, that if you walk over it, or stand there you get instantly light-headed and dizzy, like the floor is about to drop out. But if you step away from that spot the feeling immediately goes away.

I used to think it was just me, but the last time I was shopping with my best friend and it happened I called her over like I wanted to show her something and had her stand where I had been. She got a weird look on her face like she wasn't feeling well and I asked if she felt dizzy or light-headed. She said yes and commented that maybe she needed to eat. I had her move off the spot and she felt better. That's when I told her my theory.

I have felt this sensation in other places but I think it's common in thrift stores because there are so many old items that come and go, one of them is bound to have destructive energy that either tore a hole in the veil between our world and the next or a hole between dimensions, depending on what you believe.

Has anyone reading this experienced something similar? Also, if any of you try it, please share your experiences.

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[link] [comments]No this doesn't involve ouiji boards or rituals. All you need to do is go into a thrift store and pay attention. It seems every thrift store I go in has one spot, that if you walk over it, or stand there you get instantly light-headed and dizzy, like the floor is about to drop out. But if you step away from that spot the feeling immediately goes away. I used to think it was just me, but the last time I was shopping with my best friend and it happened I called her over like I wanted to show her something and had her stand where I had been. She got a weird look on her face like she wasn't feeling well and I asked if she felt dizzy or light-headed. She said yes and commented that maybe she needed to eat. I had her move off the spot and she felt better. That's when I told her my theory. I have felt this sensation in other places but I think it's common in thrift stores because there are so many old items that come and go, one of them is bound to have destructive energy that either tore a hole in the veil between our world and the next or a hole between dimensions, depending on what you believe. Has anyone reading this experienced something similar? Also, if any of you try it, please share your experiences. submitted by /u/Chris-Intrepid [link] [comments]

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