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2009-07-06
 
Ghost Stories from luisma

The Forgotten Man on 2014-07-16

I have posted here before, a few years back, since then paranormal episodes in my life have not completely stopped but I have not kept a journal or written about it. Today I want to talk about what has been happening for the last four years but first, a brief story of my neighborhood. I now live...

His Present And Past Mother on 2009-07-20

This story did not happen to me personally but to my grandma. I come from a big family, my grandparents had in total 13 children and my grandmother has always been sensitive to the abstract world. One of her younger sons died at a young age about 23-24 and it deeply affected everybody, I was too yo...

My Best Friend Uncle on 2009-07-15

As I said before, I grew up in Dominican Republic and lived in the same neighbourhood for a long time. I have a close friend that I have known since we were about 10 and he is closer to me than my brother. In my previous story I pointed out that strange things happened at his house. Well here is one...

My Own Reflection on 2009-07-06

I don't know if this is much of a ghost story but here it goes. I grew up in Dominican Republic and lived in the same neighborhood for a long time. I have experienced a few things but nothing has scared me like the story I am about to tell you. I have a very close friend. I have known him since I...

Last 20 posts from luisma
Date: 2014-08-07
She cries because she drowned her children while she was crazy mad at her husband (the children's father) she soon realized what she had done and since has not stopped crying. She lost her children and husband all on the same day. Legend says she goes to the house of families while looking for her own.
Date: 2014-08-07
The Legend of La Llorona (THE SOBBING LADY). Her name was Maria.

Perhaps you have heard her cries at night. Perhaps you have even seen the Weeping Woman.

The story of La Llorona is a sad story. But generations of grandparents and parents tell their children the story so that their lives might be saved...

It is so that they will come in at night, stay out of the dark, and never hear the moans of La Llorona.

Is there a scientific basis for this story? No one really knows for sure. But, educate yourself. You might be glad you did.

One thing's for sure: the legend persists. Some will tell you that it's true, without a doubt. Others will deny it. Read on and judge for yourself.

This is a Hispanic legend; I am retelling it in my own words.
Date: 2014-07-21
When I saw the figure in the hallway all I could perceive was a silhouette since the all the lights were off except for a small light coming from the kitchen.
Date: 2014-07-18
It does not feel threathening and ifIt/he is attached to his land I don't want to oucast him. 😕
Date: 2013-07-17
I lived in FT Stewart, GA and I can tell you that the road there is dangerous and many people have died there...
Date: 2013-05-23
To add to what Dard said: the same thing happened to me before I had my daughter...
to Amanda_lynn: My grandma believe in reincarnation so I guess she tought that was his previous mother. She meant now as in he is only hers.
Date: 2009-07-07
Thanks to everybody for their feedback. This is what I found out.

To dream of your own death, indicates a transitional phase in your life. You are becoming more enlightened or spiritual. Alternatively, you are trying desperately to escape the demands of your daily life.