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Mar. 30th, 2008 | 07:17 am
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Continuing on with topics advised, today I shall write per requested by pandalamp,"ghosts."

Personally, I believe in them. I think that they do exist and there have been 2 incidents in my life when I have experienced the supernatural. When i was little, I was living in an old house. It was a 3 story house and a basement. One night, after watching movies with my mum, I went to bed. My mum had already fallen asleep, so I was the only one up. The show ended and I returned to my room and prepared to fall asleep. As I was closing my eyes to prepare for slumber, I heard the floor creaking. It was the creaking as if someone was walking towards my room. "Mum?!" I inquired, but there was no answer. I called again, anticipating to either see her turn the corner to my room, or hear her voice to come my way. Sadly, neither her, or her voice, came. However, instead of her coming, the creaking became louder and louder. Whatever it was, it was not visible and it was coming to my room. I freaked out. But the creaking stopped and there I lay, in my bed staring at the door, looking at nothing. The whole time I was wondering what it was. That was the first time I actually thought the house had some spirit living inside there.

My second haunting experience, and the most recent, was at a school here in Hawaii. I had forgotten my power cord to my laptop in my classroom, so I decided that I would travel back to the classroom to pick it up. I drove over the Pali Highway and proceed to the school. Upon arriving, I disarmed the classroom, walked up the to second floor. Throughout this time, I felt "something" was there. I kept dismissing it as my imagination and just decided to focus on what I need so I can return home. I found the cord and walked back down to rearm the alarm. Cord in hand, alarm now....arming, I began to walk back to my car.

Now the school is two story tall and the classroom was on the second floor. In order to go to the classroom, I had to climb a flight of stairs. Upon the initial climb, there is a landing that is inevitable to pass. When I passed it, there was nothing on the landing. It was empty. In fact, there was nothing in the hallway leading to my classroom. So, as I was heading to my car, suddenly there was a great loud and disturbing BOOM! that echo above me. It was weird to be honest. I couldn't figure out why the noise came from above me. I didn't think anything of it until the next day. When I returned to my classroom, I noticed the landing had changed. There on the landing stood an overturned brown table. A TABLE THAT HAD NOT BEEN THERE BEFORE. Where did it come from? It was not there the night before, not on the landing, nor on the hallway to the classroom. It didn't make sense, but then the loud booming noise echoed in my memory. SOMETHING HAD THROWN THAT TABLE ON THE LANDING. I was not in the mood to find out what THAT was.

Since then, I have been an avid believer of ghosts. I also believe that I do have a small ability to sense them or hear them. But, I don't wish to go looking for them. I would prefer to let them be where they be.

and in other news.....I guess I am really a Whovian, as we are call, from my understanding. I just downloaded the "Doctor Who Soundtrack."

My favorite clip off of Youtube:

Cheers!

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From: reyvin
Date: Mar. 30th, 2008 05:58 pm (UTC)
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That would be scary. I've never experienced anything like that but I don't disbelieve in ghosts either. I think there's enough evidence from other people's experiences that they probably do exist. Besides, sometimes when I'm writing, it's like I'm taken over by a force outside myself because I'll write a scene that I see and feel so vividly, like I'm in a trance, and not remember a word of it the next day or even less. It's very odd. Sometimes I feel that spirits are telling me their stories. Maybe that's presumptuous of me but it's what I believe.

I'm glad that your experiences, while frightening, haven't harmed you in any way so far.

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Raven Coleslaw

From: pastbad
Date: Mar. 30th, 2008 08:09 pm (UTC)
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For my view on ghosts, I remember this quote that goes something like "I don't believe in ghosts, but I sure am scared of them!"

I don't understand the appeal of Dr. Who! I wish I could. Some of my friends are into it. But I just never got it.

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Laura

From: mozartfan1313
Date: Mar. 31st, 2008 03:18 am (UTC)
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It's funny because I don't believe in ghosts, yet I think I've had an "encounter", or whatever you call them. I was at my (now ex) boyfriends house which was built in the mid-1800's. I was putting on my jacket and getting ready to leave when, out of the corner of my eye, I saw the light silhouette of a woman, standing in the hallway doorway. But then it was gone. I've always attributed it to being tired and the fact that I don't believe in ghosts, yet I've never been able to foget it. lol.

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aprilwitcz

From: aprilwitcz
Date: Mar. 31st, 2008 12:18 pm (UTC)
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Your ghost experience sounds a bit creepy. I never 'saw' or felt any, but nevertheless i tend to believe in them...

Speaking of Dr Who soundtrack (i have both 2nd and 3rd seasons) - it has been on my mp3 player for a while, eventually i tossed out half of the stuff but still passionately listening to the other half!

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