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2017-02-07
United Kingdom
 
Ghost Stories from bagheera

A Slap, But No Assailant on 2017-02-07

Evening all. Bit of an odd one, this. Before I start, I feel I should probably point out that whilst I am intrigued by the unexplained and always have been, I am to this day basically a skeptic when it comes to "ghosts" and the like. Essentially, I am very interested in experiences that some would ...

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Date: 2017-02-14
Hi folks. Thank you both for replying, I really appreciate it. I applaud you for getting through it all, too... I have a tendency to ramble!

Manafon1 - thanks so much for your thoughts. Very interesting story, too! I particularly like the idea that it was an old lawman giving reminding me of my green cross code!

I've included a link to the actual spot this happened, just in case it's of any use somehow. If nothing else it's always good to have an idea of where something has occurred -

Https://www.google.co.uk/maps/ [at] 53.2402606,-1.4355023,3a,75y,343.87h,64.93t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1ssDBmfXvJN7m6kCi5AUqrsw!2e0!7i13312!8i6656!6m1!1e1

And elfstone, you raise a good question, haha! It's just something that seemed to happen every now and then... Small town mentality I guess. This probably explains why I was walking down the middle of the road, actually. Chesterfield is a perfectly nice place, but being a teenager who didn't wear a cap was sometimes a bit tense.

Anyway, thanks again for reading, never mind replying!

Much love.
Date: 2017-02-07
Evening. Thanks for sharing your story with us. I can entirely relate to it. A true nightmare is a properly horrible thing. Honestly, there are few forces as powerful as fear. It's a beast of a chemical reaction, it really is. If you consider that even in a house that feels friendly and completely benign, watch something scary enough or read enough freaky stories and you'd swear you could see things out of the corner of your eye. Basically, fear CAN cause hallucinations. They are unlikely to be of a headless clown climbing your bedroom wall or anything quite so distressing as that, but can definitely cause you to be hyper-aware of sounds, smells, sights... The lot, in fact. I am not doubting your story for a second, but in my opinion, you've nothing to worry about! Which is good news, haha! The mind is very, very powerful and dreams can be amazing things. I very much hope you don't have another like that for a while!
Much love.