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Hand in my Hair


When I met my friend Kristin, I'll admit I thought she was a little crazy when she told me she had a ghost "living" in her room. So I decided that I would prove her wrong by spending the night in her room with her. As we prepared for bed, nothing strange had happened so I thought that there was no way that something could happen.

We sat up for a while and were telling stories, that was when something strange happened (the whole night my hair had been down and there was no fan blowing). But I felt what I presumed to be a human hand slide under my hair and caress the back of my neck, flipping my hair out as it pulled away. I almost ended up in my friend's lap due to my fear, then to my amazement, my friend reprimanded the ghost. And it never bothered me again as long as I was there.

A short time later, I found that the small town she live in was built on an old Indian burial ground, and after that, most of the town had burnt down except for 2 houses both of which still stand today and belong to other friends of mine. I had slept in both of them, one of them being an old funeral home, and I had always had the eerie feeling that I was being watched, and that feeling increased when my friends and I used a Ouija board at kristin's house.

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jglam (2 posts)
10 years ago (2014-06-02)
Hi, I'd love to hear more about your story for a TV show I'm working on- it's about friends and the unusual circumstances (paranormal or otherwise) that brought them together. Please email me if you're interested. Thanks! Jessica.G [at]
mustang (5 stories) (749 posts)
16 years ago (2007-11-12)
A WHOLE town built on top of an Indian Burial Ground!? That must have been either a small town or a big burial mound. Also, I've never heard of a positive experience when houses were built on top of an Indian burial mound. Hair being stroked by an unseen hand is very creepy but is a lot better than some of the things I've experienced. Thanks for sharing your experience! Also, the Ouija board thing, NOT GOOD! Never mess around with one of those boards. They do open dimensions that are hard to close and it allows many things, bad things to come through! ~Shelby ❤
KimSouthO (27 stories) (1960 posts)
16 years ago (2007-10-02)
Ouijia boards--no, no, no! They are the potals to evil! It is extremely difficult for even the experts to control what enters thriugh the portal and to close the 'circle' once it has opened. As I have stated previously, I have NEVER heard of a ouijia board experience neding positively.

God Bless!
kathia (14 posts)
17 years ago (2007-06-26)
hey !Nikki Lynn your story sounds interenting read this! If you don't know how to use the ouija board don't that's the most dangerous door for the devil or evil spirits to come out of there that why we allways recommend to NOT USE A OUIJA BOARD NEVER TO CONTANT OTHER SORT OF HUMAN WHAT THEY SAY THEY PLAY TRICKS ON YOU AND YOU BELIEVE IT! Oaky take care and peace be with you all the time
Shane (13 stories) (1258 posts)
17 years ago (2007-06-25)
A town built upon an Native American burial ground. A house that use to be a funeral home and a ouija board. Yeap sounds like a receipe for disaster to me. I think I will wait and see what other posters say before passing judgement on this one.

Peace, Love, and Luck be with you.
evilblackwidow9 (6 stories) (132 posts)
17 years ago (2007-06-25)
I am not wanting to sound rudebut, do you know how to use one? If you don't you can get hurt.

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