31 Days of Halloween – Day 7

Day 7 – One of your paranormal experiences

I’ve had several, so it is difficult to pick just one experience to tell you about. I guess if I had to pick just one, I would tell you about the time a friend of mine and I had both dated the same guy (not at the same time). I had dated him first and then he dated my friend. Well, the relationship did not end well with either one of us. And we had both wished for things to happen to him. These were just wishes that we had never even formed into words, we just thought it in our heads.

Well, one day those wishes started coming true. Someone had broken into his house and had stolen all of his DJ equipment, torched his truck and somehow his dog had gotten lose and ran away. No harm had come to any person and even the dog had eventually come home. But the material things that he had loved more than the people in his life were lost to him.

My friend and I just looked at each other, realizing what we had done. We had never spoken about it before, but we knew. We were always able to communicate with each other without words. We would hold entire silent conversations with each other. We talked about it then.

The moral of this story: Be careful what you wish for, it may just come true.

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I am a 43-year-old, single mom of 19-year-old boy/girl twins living in an extremely small town in rural Texas. Currently, I am employed as a Site Supervisor for a prominent corporation that provides security officers for homes and businesses.

3 thoughts on “31 Days of Halloween – Day 7

  1. Yeah, I’ve heard of stuff like that happening.

    For me, it was sort of like I witnessed someone else’s paranormal experience. My partner’s grandmother was in ailing health and we knew that it was only a matter of time. It was hard, because no one else in the family believed us that G’ma was deteriorating past recovery.

    Anyway, one night after Grandma had reached the point where she couldn’t get to her bed anymore and slept in the big comfy chair in the living room, we were awakened by low pitched screams of distress coming from the living room. We rushed out and Grandma was hysterical.

    She was clearly terrified, but struggling to communicate. So we offered to stay out there with her and watch some TV if that would make her feel better. After about half an hour, she started to insist that a man was standing in the corner. She asked us if it was her husband (who preceded her in death), both of her sons, and all three of her grandsons. She said he wanted her to go with him, and we realized that she might truly be seeing her husband — that he had come to help her.

    Grandma passed away about 24 hours later with assurances from us that it was okay, that we would all be fine, and that if she wanted to go dancing with Frank, we understood. The doctor said that patients with congestive heart failure hallucinate because they are oxygen deprived, but I sincerely believe that Grandma was visited at the time of her passing by someone from the Otherworld.

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