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post #1 of 15
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Hey,
I was just wondering if everyone could put down their most paranormal story on here (please no dumbasses list an unreal story ) List away!!!
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post #2 of 15
[quote]Originally posted by Bioflavonoid:
<strong>Hey,
I was just wondering if everyone could put down their most paranormal story on here (please no dumbasses list an unreal story ) List away!!!</strong><hr></blockquote>

What would be paranormal, is that nobody here on AI will list an unreal story : go to FH for your information ...
post #3 of 15
Before I list my own experiences...check this out:

<a href="http://abclocal.go.com/kfsn/news/072502_nw_ghost.html" target="_blank">Recent Article with strange video</a>

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post #4 of 15
what do I need to play that ?
post #5 of 15
realplayer in IE 5 did it

<a href="http://abclocal.go.com/images/kfsn/0725-100k-1.ram" target="_blank">watch it here directly (RealPlayer required)</a>
post #6 of 15
If nobody has experienced anything supernatural they could always post a story from their local area.
post #7 of 15
I see something surnatural (but probabily just an incandescent satellite burning in the sky) when i was a kid with my mother.
I was 6 and it was the day, i see clearly a red incandescant ball, staying for a few seconds motionless before disappearing.My mother confirmed to me that she see exactly the same thing .
That the only strange thing that i see in my life.
post #8 of 15
There is supposedly a grey lady (a kind of ghost) in my local area but I've never seen her. It has been interesting to hear all the different interpretations of the story surrounding her though.
post #9 of 15
When I was about 15 I was at this sailing camp in North Carolina. Me and a friend there were in good standing with the sailing staff, and our counselors, so we were sitting at the end of the pier (a *really long* one I might add) at about 11pm. It was just me, my friend, and two other counselors. They were up in the racing tower, we were sitting down below it.

Anyhow, we were just lying there, looking up at the stars, when I eventually pointed out two in particular. There were two "dots" that looked exactly like the stars around them, but they were moving like a fly or a gnat if your will. They didn't cover more than 2 - 4% of the entire sky as we could see it, but they were moving around rather quickly. We must have watched that for about 15 minutes, and as we were leaving the pier, it was still going on.

I never really thought much about it after that, and I still don't. I just know that the sources of those objects were most likely outside the earth's atmosphere, and truth be told, I don't think anyone can answer what those two 'things' were doing dancing around in the sky.

*shrugs*
post #10 of 15
Paranormal? ... um ...

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No, I'm very sorry I haven't. But it was worth a shot.
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post #11 of 15
One time a sexy redhead with pouty lips and a lanky doofus who claimed to work for the FBI (yeah, right) interviewed me about some lights I saw in the sky near my hometown.

The guy was an idiot and seemed obsessed with this stuff. He couldn't get enough of my descriptions and all.

The woman, on the other hand, kept looking at the ground and rolling her eyes. I don't think she was buying ANY of it.

She was TOTALLY hot, but in an icy, "you can never have me" sort of way.

She kept going "don't tell me you believe this, Muller (something like that)". And he was all "yes I do...there have been 4,577 reporte..."

Then his cel phone rang and he got a funny look on his face.

They finished the interview, got into a dark gray Ford Taurus and left for the airport.

She had a great butt.
post #12 of 15
You fell asleep watching the X files?
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post #13 of 15
[quote]Originally posted by Hitomi Kawa:
<strong>You fell asleep watching the X files? </strong><hr></blockquote>

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post #15 of 15
I had a paranormal experience. The funny thing is even today I would be the guy least likely to believe in anything paranormal. Just to clarify although I had this experience, I still don't believe in ESP, UFO's or basically else of that nature.

Now....

When I was about 12 years old, my father had a best friend. Max was also the only employee in my dad's small business (aside from my dad himself.)

Anyway they were best buds and as a result we got to do alot of things with him and his family. We would go on vacations and things of that nature together.

The friend became ill with two different forms of leukemia. They were very aggressive in fighting it but he still died within a year.

Within about a week after he died, we were coming home one day. Our house had a driveway along the side and you would basically walk up a small sidewalk to the front door. Along the way you would pass to large front windows that the house had.

I jumped out of our van walked up the sidewalk, glanced through the front window on the way to the door, and shouted that Dad was home. I had seen a man in the blue work uniform my dad uses in his company.

I walked through the front door and... no one there. Went into my parent's room to tell him something... no one there. Checked the whole house.... no one there.

I was so convinced I had seen my dad in his uniform that I even went back out the front door to see if something were reflecting out of the front yard onto the window to play a trick with my eyes. (maybe a blue toy of some sort?) Nothing but green grass.

Anyway the only thing I could figure after that is that it was Max, the guy who had worked for my dad. They both wore the same uniform, etc. I enjoyed Max in the same way any 11-12 year old kid enjoys their Dad's friend. In otherwords I thought he was cool and fun, however it wasn't as if it were some incredibly sad event for myself. (Like losing my grandmother)

Anyway the point is that I didn't have some pressing need to see Max off or any of that sort of stuff. There are people I would have loved to have seen for a last time after they died, to give me comfort and let me know things are ok for them, but the only person I ever saw was Max.

Nick

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