Profile for stephyw2001

(3 stories) (18 posts) (karma: 12 points)

2013-09-05
United States
Michigan
 
stephyw2001's pictureI'm back after a very much needed vacation from YGS. But hey, its getting toward fall, and I'm getting the hankering for reading some spookiness.
 
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Ghost Hunting With Loonies: Stephy's Mansfield Experience on 2012-06-27

YGS members present: ZzsGranny, Miracles51031, Clever210, Cosmogal926, and myself, Stephyw2001. Additional people on trip: ZzsGranny brought 2, Miracles brought 2, Clever210 brought 1, Cosmogal brought 2, Stephyw2001 brought 1 (Maria). 2 people that Clever knew could not make it due to an unantic...

What Watches Us When We Sleep? on 2012-03-28

I would like to share with you an experience that happened two nights ago. Also, to share with you how my mind deals with unexplainable things, and in doing so, perhaps help some of you with your experiences. I'll keep this short. 2 nights ago: I was sleeping in bed, as usual. For some reason of...

The Restaurant Experience on 2011-10-06

At long last, I would like to share with you a compilation of experiences from my last job, here in the small town I moved to. Before I begin, I would like to make a note that other co-workers and myself have spoken with the owner of the restaurant I am about to tell you about. We have tried to ...

Last 20 posts from stephyw2001
That is a sweet story:)
Thank you for sharing it!
I'm sorry for your loss, but with all those signs, I'm sure you feel very at peace:)
Date: 2013-10-28
That's so odd. I love that your dogs went running and barking at the door. I think animals are the best indicators of something up. So weird that it was messing with you with the sounds from the basement, then upstairs. I'm glad your house appears to be peaceful now.
Date: 2013-10-28
A crawl space is when you don't have a basement, but literally a space under your house where you can get on all fours and "Crawl" to get to plumbing, furnaces, wiring or whatever else is under your house. I used to have one in a previous house. Usually the door to the crawlspace is outside the house.
Very nice story! I didn't mind that it was long, it was a good read! Maybe a family member staying behind to watch over everyone?
Date: 2013-10-24
I enjoy your account, I bet it does make for an interesting haunting! I lived in a house for a few months that had the same kind of "small happenings" so I totally relate. Please keep us posted if anything new develops:)
Date: 2013-10-23
HAHA! I love it! I probably shouldn't laugh, but when I was a kid, all we had was Bloody Mary, "light as a feather, stiff as a board" and various mind games to play at sleepovers. I love the way you tell your story, it reads well.
Date: 2013-10-23
The biggest issue I always have is how on earth do Atheists not believe in a God of any kind, but are skeptical about ghosts? How is this? It makes no sense to me.

I find it amusing that you named "it" the goblin. Nice touch!
HEy I'm in Michigan too! Which Masonic temple is this? What city?
Date: 2013-10-23
I enjoyed this story, it is well written and interesting. Like Triskaideka said, I have also noticed myself how "demons" tend to be attracted to people who are really big on the Bible.
Date: 2013-09-25
Rich73 I'm glad you commented what you did. It is an interesting theory to think you picked it up while at a hospital. This definitely is one of the more interesting and unique experiences I've read.

I have two theories:
1. You're right about the hospital, and possibly a spirit of someone who suffered is trying to help your pain? Maybe they had the same ailment? Maybe they're atoning for something they did by helping you in your suffering?

2. It is a passed family member who cares about you and does not want to see you suffering. Since it seems to have only good intentions, but is firm, it sounds like it could be a stubborn family member to me.

Without a doubt, it comes to you while you're going to bed because that is the time the body is most relaxed and open to experiences like this, astral travelling, "psychic" dreams and other such things. Even if you're expecting it now, after the years of you living, just force of habit your body will be used to relaxation once it hits the bed.

I look forward to any updates on this, and wish you the best. I am very sorry to hear about your illness.
Date: 2013-09-23
Weird, what was up with the green? O_o I wish you would have asked about previous tenants too! It would be interesting to find out what they were like.
Date: 2013-09-23
That is a sweet story, I'm sorry for your loss. I'm happy she had you in her life though! Thank you for sharing!
Date: 2013-09-18
I'm always skeptical of people that say stuff like "Please Help Me!" and don't reply to people's posts within a day or two... Especially those who follow up the "Please Help Me" with what sounds like an info-mercial for more fabulous stories to come, and a personal invitation to chat. 🤔
Date: 2013-09-18
haha! Cute story! I'd have been wondering what the heck too! I guess you weren't invited. 😆
Date: 2013-09-18
My first thought was that he was trying to definitely verify that it was him, sending you a message. I know if I died, my mom has basically demanded I try to communicate with her, letting her know that I'm there or ok. Maybe that is what he was doing? By knowing that song is what you heard when you found he died, it is a pretty strong and hard to argue sign in my opinion.
Date: 2013-09-10
I look forward to hearing more parts to this story! How spooky! Thanks for sharing!
Date: 2013-09-10
Hello fellow Michigander! Detroit huh? Its an old city, lots of history there. I was born in Detroit as well, but moved to the west side by 2nd grade. Its hard to say why you were immune, some people I think are just more "in tune" to that kind of stuff than others. Cool story though, thank you for sharing. 😊
I popped in to read a few stories (I'm bored at work, what can I say) and yours was the first I read. I realized I had heard about Tom before and discovered that the last time I came on to YGS was when you posted your first Tom story, which drew me to comment as a guest. Now that I popped in again, and was drawn to your story (I didn't even realize it was your story, the title drew me in), I'm taking it as a weird sign, and decided to reactivate my account... For now. 😉
Its so nice to hear an update on Tom. I re-read the first story about him, and once again was horrified on what happened to him. I am so glad that he seems to be without pain, and visiting you, and even helping you. As a person who lost a pet, I really love hearing these stories about them coming back to stay with or visit their people. Russian blue cats are very loyal to their people, and really don't like change, so its no surprise he's not letting a little thing like death break his routine. 😊 Thank you for sharing!