Extraodrinary/supernatural experiences?

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monty'smum

Completely Boxer Crazy
Has anyone ever had any extraordianary experiences?
I haven't but I know of some.

My father was in the police force and as such we moved to different area's as and when he was promoted. The houses my parents lived in were police houses until he finally settled and we bought our first house.
My father still poo, poo's this story. Way back when I was just a baby we lived in an old police house. My mum has always told the story as dad refuses to believe it.
My mum hated the front bedroom. She said I would never settle in my cot so never left me up there except at night when they were in bed. One afternoon she was vacumming the carpet in the room when she felt a hand on her shoulder, she spun round but no one was there. The room always felt creepy to her.
Eventually they moved. Some time later another Policeman who had moved in with his family asked my dad if he had ever felt anything strange in the front bedroom. Naturaly my dad said "no" but the policeman told him he'd woken up one night to find a young girl stood by the bed. It unnerved him so much that he put in for a transfer. Even when telling my mum, dad refused to believe him saying, he must have had too much to drink.

As I say I have never had any experiences, but Harriet as a baby has unnerved me twice.

The first time was when she was about two. I was in our little kitchen when she came running in, pointing back into the lounge saying, "man mummy, man on chair, quick look". I rushed in not knowing what I'd find but there was nothing. As she followed me her puzzled little face said " Oh man gone".
A few weeks later I was bathing her when she started to tell me a story about her other mummy who had died. She was only two so could only say broken sentences but still her words sent shivers down my spine.

Years later we now laugh about it, my mum however is still convinced about that house.
 

Boo

Completely Boxer Crazy
Sorry, long - but you guys should know me by now :LOL:

Sue, my Stephi gave us chills a couple of times. When she was 3 she developed a severe stutter - at one stage she barely talked at all, just pointed. Trying to encourage her to speak, my in-laws were asking her to say everyone's names. They'd been through the ritual several times, and then when they pointed to Stephi she said that her name was "Grixti Vella". They asked her who Grixti Vella is and she said clearly, "My ancestors".

My husbands maternal grandmother was a Grixti (Maltese surname) who married a Vella. She died when my husband was 13. The family doesn't talk about her often because they were all traumatised by her death (heart attack) and it upsets them still. There is no way that Stephi would have heard about her or even heard the name Grixti - let alone the word ancestor!

Now I think that she was watching over her family, and maybe Stephi saw her when no one else could.

Another time Stephi got very mad at her daddy for forgetting mummy's medicine. We laughed and told her that I wasn't sick, but she was adamant and demanded that he go out again. We calmed her down and put her to bed and forgot about it. Until about midnight when I became violently ill. Pat didn't want to leave me, so he phoned my mother, who came over with some medicine for me.

Incidentally, Stephanie shares her name with my maternal grandmother, who is very "instinctive". We just loved the name, it wasn't a deliberate "naming after". There are too many incidents that have happened to my grandmother to mention here. We just found it interesting that we seemed to have named our baby girl so aptly.

When my grandmother met Stephi for the first time, she told my mother that she was an old soul.

Adele
 

Donna741

Boxer Insane
I have had quite a few such incidents. They range from a "dejavu" type experience where I suddenly have a memory of being in the same place with the same person have the same converstation. I even know what the other person is going to say next and all of the same things are happening around us exactly as I remember.

The most vivid experience I had was early in my life. My dad was in the Air Force so we traveled a lot. When I was 4 we moved to Germany where we lived for 3 years. When I was about 5 1/2 (1979) we went to Dachau (concentration camp) on a sight seeing tour. The minute we walked into the compound I saw men lined up in the courtyard doing exercises and men with guns walking around them. Then the men were made to march back and forth in a "block". When we went into the barracks I saw people crowded onto the beds all hunched over, not even enough room to turn around. None of this was really there, it had all happend years before but I saw it as if it were happening right in front of me.
 

Boxerworld

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Originally posted by Donna741
I have had quite a few such incidents. They range from a "dejavu" type experience where I suddenly have a memory of being in the same place with the same person have the same converstation. I even know what the other person is going to say next and all of the same things are happening around us exactly as I remember.

It happens to me too, especially on the boards ;)

Olly
 

Marimat

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Originally posted by Donna741
I have had quite a few such incidents. They range from a "dejavu" type experience where I suddenly have a memory of being in the same place with the same person have the same converstation. I even know what the other person is going to say next and all of the same things are happening around us exactly as I remember.

It happens to me too, especially on the boards ;)

Matt
 

lildoormouse_1

Super Boxer
I've never had an experiance myself..But have heard of family member and friends that have...I got chills reading these posts :eek: But it is all very interesting! Thanks for shareing!

Olly & Matt... That must happen alot?? Concidering your twins??? LOL:D

Abbi
 

Peggy G

Boxer Insane
Very interesting topic and stories. I like this kind of stuff.

Since my Grandmothers passing, I have always felt her presence, always. (I was here favorite and she mine) But when we moved into our new house I noticed that something changed. I didn’t feel her around me anymore like I had, her presence was only vague. Then one night as I lie in bed with my eyes closed but not yet asleep, I felt a hand placed on my shoulder. My eyes shot opened and I gasped. No one (visual) was there. My heart must have pounded for 1/2 hour before I could settle. The next day as I was searching through my jewelry box for a pair of earrings I felt a hand stoke my back. I spun around in panic, as I knew I was alone in the house. Again, no one was there. Both of these were bone chilling experiences as the touch was VERY real. I can only think that my Grandmother was letting me know she was here at our new house. I feel her presence again but it's still not as strong as in the old house.

Jonathon Edwards is a psychic. He has a show on SciFi tv station. He said that if you feel the presence of someone around you then most likely they are there.
 

joanna

Boxer Booster
When I was eight mos. pregnant with my daughter Steffie, I was in an abusive disasterous marriage. I was afraid one evening for the well being of my unborn child anfter I was kicked in the stomach. I asked for a sign from God to tell me the baby was ok.

I had a dream that night that I was sitting speaking to my relatives talking about how my daughter felt about my upcoming marraige. I could not see my duaghters face as she was standing in front of me looking the other way. But she was about four and on the back of her leg was a oval shaped mark.

I did not know I was pregnant with a girl, and was confused by my dreaming of an upcoming marraige considering I was married already. When I gave birth to my daughter she had the same birthmark in the same spot. I divored and it so happened that I met a wonderful man and we were married when my daughter was four.
 

Lisa M

Completely Boxer Crazy
We have a polaroid photo of a family ghost. When my grandmother went to light a candle in church to say a prayer for her nephew, we think he killed himself, but he was very clever, so it could have been an "accident". But the picture shows my grandmother walking back away from the candles and there is a shadowy whitish figure in the foreground looking at her. When the photo developed, she said "It's William"

Not ghost related, but my mom says when I was really little and we were at her parents house, she left me on the downstairs couch after I fell asleep and went upstairs to take her shower (that was when there was just one bathroom and it was upstairs :LOL: ) When she just got in, the phone started ringing, but she thought, "I'll never make it to the phone in time, plus, I'm soaking wet, they'll call back later" The phone kept ringing and didn't stop, so she thought it was an emergency and went running downstairs. Right when she got to the phone, it stopped ringing, but she saw that my grandmother had left the iron on and flames were just shooting up the curtains. She thinks an angel was calling :)
 

danelle

Boxer Booster
My family has had more than a few experiences. When my grandmother passed away my daughter was 8, my son was almost 4. They were her first g-grandchildren and were very dear to her. My daughter would give me daily stories about how "Edie" as we called her would come and visit her and let her know that she was ok. My son had been awakened several times by someone tickling him lightly on his back, which she used to always do when he was a baby. She still visits on a regular basis.
You get used to it after a while.
 
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