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Some Scary Life on 2008-10-13

I guess my real stories started when I began to use Ouija board for about 19 years ago. I got addictive and I was using it almost every day in 3- 4 weeks. For me it was just a game. I did have contact with something and it was because of that I would do it so often. After a little while I discove...

Last 20 posts from nicka
Date: 2009-07-24
I have heard about similar story here in Norway. I do believe that the 2 children was ghosts that just wanted some fun for a while.
Why only you remember them I can't answer for... Maybe you had most contact with them at that time...?
Hi 4u_allie!
Bellisima said: There is actually a sign showing the area and it says the light is the ghost of a brakeman who was killed there and now waves his lantern as a warning.

That is what I read too, but who knows...
Hope you find out what it really was.:)
Date: 2008-10-26
What a nice story. I hope Dick is in peace now.
It isn't always sories are all spooky so I just loved this one.
Date: 2008-10-15
I have learned my lesson, so I will NEVER use ouija again.
I know if I do this again I will be in more trubble. -I just can feel that.
Date: 2008-10-15
First thing first:
*When I was doing ouija I never closed after me. I didn't know I had to do that. I guess that's why I after that did see shadows in so many years.
*I don't actually remember how the figure looked, but I believe he had a axe in his left hand. I know he where in black and had some hooded clothes. First I thought that it was the fotographer but that couldn't be because of the angle...
*That thing about the house shaking could be just in my head cause here where I live it is never earthquake.
Date: 2008-10-11
I know you might thought that was a bit scary, but I thought it also was kind of nice story. I hope those men and the cat now are in pease and rest.

*Carpe Diem*
That was a great story! I have never heard about something like this before, so I got a bit suprised.