A reader comments on an unexplained encounter that I had posted, offering a story told to her by an uncle who watched and listened to a younger cousin conversing with the ghost of her deceased grandmother.
I received the following account from a reader:
“Hi, Lon. My uncle told me a bizarre story. A few years ago my grandma passed away. My younger cousin was about four years old at the time of my grandma's death. So a few days before my grandma's funeral, my uncle walked into the room my cousin was in hearing her talking to someone.
He asks her who she is talking to and she says, 'Grandma.' He told me that he got creeped out and didn't know what to do. This story is what really made me believe in the paranormal. The way that he described it to me just made it feel so authentic.
I have a so-called 'ghost' story that happened to me. So a few years ago I was sitting in my living room where we have sliding glass doors that lead out onto the patio and into the back yard. On the left side of me were windows and then the sliding glass doors came across the living room on the opposite side. It must have been about 10 or 11 at night since it was pitch black out and I was reading a book on the couch.
I remember having a weird feeling and an urge to look out the sliding glass windows and when I did I saw this 5-foot tall figure walking, more like floating, across the yard. I remember just staring at it thinking it had to be headlights from a car on the street.
I went back to reading my book but then decided to look out the window to my left and the shades were drawn so there was no possible way it could've been car headlights. I never got up and locked a door so fast in my life.
My mom has a few ghost stories one with a Ouija board that has caused me never to try that game as long as I live. Too creepy for me.” TJ
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