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Ghost Stories from luckdragon

Hallway Of Footsteps on 2017-03-11

This is my 3rd story. As the previous story briefly touched on my grandparents, I thought my next would be of my own experiences at grandma's house. Around 1980, when I was around 17 years old, I lived with my grandparents for about 6 months. I had spent the first 8 years of my life living next ...

A Last Goodbye on 2017-03-09

August 1997, suburban Sydney, NSW Australia I was sitting in my office at work one afternoon, when I had a phone call to say my father, aged 56, had collapsed and been taken to hospital. I immediately rang the hospital, to be told that he had passed away, heart attack. I had to go to my mother...

The Liverpool Ghost on 2017-03-08

I am a 50 year old female. This is my first story. For 6 years from 1989 to 1995 I lived in a housing commission unit in Liverpool Sydney, with my daughter aged 2 - 8, single mother. During these 6 years many "ghosty" things happened. I will try to be brief with each of them. I had many occurr...

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It seems to me that your friend became aggressive when you suggested the shaman, as the attached spirit does not want this to happen.
Date: 2017-03-12
I would like to add this to my story, as it is not long enough for a story of its own.

During the time I lived in this Liverpool unit, some neighbours who had a pure white cat (and were not very nice to it) moved out. They literally threw the cat out the window of the first floor stairwell. The cat lived (and hid) in the gardens for a few months, before a local 14 year old attacked it and almost killed it. I had been feeding it all these months in the garden, and had gotten quite friendly with it (cat lover), and then the cat disappeared, I thought it was gone for good. One week later he reappeared at my front door (2nd floor unit), almost dead. I nursed him back to health and kept him.

This cat was also totally deaf.

He would often be standing up on his 2 back legs on my bed, facing the wall meowing very loudly. I always felt that this spirit would come and go through this point, and my cat would always greet him.
Date: 2017-03-12
radish54, how profound. As I was reading your comment I thought to myself "yes I know this was an adult male, around 40-50". And then your words "an adult male in life". You are correct.
Date: 2017-03-11
Hi KikiGirl,
Thanks for commenting. I'm so happy you said you would add this to your favorite stories. I wasn't sure if anyone would even be interested. Occasionally I have told this story to people, and the reactions have always been of non interest generally speaking. So again, thank you, you have made my day!
Also, I say again, I am not a brave person, but I was so busy, if it didn't need fixing, leave it be, and thankfully this was a nice ghost.
Date: 2017-03-10
Thanks for the comments. Manifon1, my grandparents described the orbs as bright orange, just like a spark, hence grandpa checked the fuse box etc. I hope this doesn't mean anything bad, as I like the idea that it was dad dropping by. Thanks for re telling your story for me, I appreciate it.
Date: 2017-03-10
Hi thanks for commenting.
Argette, you are so funny,, I never thought to give the ghost "chores", ha ha.
Ainhoa, I honestly am not a brave woman. This presence always felt "okay" to me, not scary, even almost kind (with a warped sense of humour). But believe me, I have had many scary experiences, to the point where I often pray to god that I will never see another ghost again, or my heart may give out. I do this when I sense something that scares me, which my Liverpool ghost never did.
Date: 2017-03-08
I enjoyed reading about your experience. My first impression was that the man you saw was not related to the building at all, but was following the lady he came in with, and probably related or attached to her.
Thank you,
Date: 2017-03-08
hi creepy,
I understand you are a teenager, so perhaps the previous comments will help you to grow into a more responsible adult.
Having said that, well done on your first post, and please continue to share your stories, I found it very interesting.