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Hey guys! I'm sorry about my last ghost experience, I left out a few details that you respectfully told me in the comments.

Yes, I told Connor about the ghost in my house AFTER part one, and BEFORE part two. He apparently thought we were supposed to get RID of the ghost during the seance, that's why he shouted out during the process. I may have made an error in my seance, by forgetting to put the letters A-Z on my table, but it appears the seance did do something... This experience happened very soon after part 2.

Also, thanks to Phantom_0 for translating the message. It is West Frisian and means, "Lie low before you are found."

Time for the experience. This time I was actually at school when it happened, sitting in the school library. I was texting Connor, when I received a text from, "Anonymous." This same thing happened in part two, but with Connor, and the name of the sender was not "Anonymous." The text was not in english, and read the following.

"k bin hjir om te warskôgjen dy. Ik sil net sear jo, mar hy sil."

I have no clue what this means. If someone can tell me, please do. However, this wasn't the only experience i've had after part two. I was sitting at my dining room table drawing, when I heard the water turn on in the kitchen. I ran into the kitchen, and the water was running at a fast rate, with both handles cranked up to maximum power. I turned it off, but nothing seemed to happen.

Shortly after this happened, I got a bit curious and looked at the text from school, sent from "Anonymous." After a wild goose chase of googling, I found nothing, and decided to just give it up. I just went to sleep, hoping the ghost wouldn't wreck my home while I was in bed.

The next morning, I woke up and nearly shiat bricks- there were two glowing eyes above me, and as soon as I sat up, they were gone. Everything leading up to this was absolutely nothing compared to what happened next. My bedroom became very humid, to the point were I was sweating quite badly. I suddenly heard a crackling from under me- there was a FIRE going on under my bed! I put it out, and it didn't spread much, but I found a note under my bed that appeared to have burn a bit, but it was readable. It read, "Jo moatte ûntkommen. Hy is hjir, it spyt my. Ik kin net ophâlde him."

Someone please help, I'm to the point where I'm about to beg my father to move to another house. If someone could help with these translations, thank you. I honestly have no clue why there was FIRE under my bed. Was the ghost trying to wake me up? Or did "Lie low before you are found" mean something much more important?

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Tweed (33 stories) (2436 posts)
6 years ago (2016-12-16)
What the heck?! I just don't get this AT ALL if all this is really going on... Ghagh hang on

So you're replying to comments as stories?!

No, don't buy it, don't buy it at all. Considering the nature of what you're describing. Nup, nope, just no.

Please stop wasting everyones time, thanks in advance.

Umm and if this happened to my phone I'd call the POLICE, you dig? Let commonsense prevail.
lady-glow (14 stories) (3042 posts)
6 years ago (2016-12-16)
Biblio: when the temperature is 10 degrees Fahrenheit the idea of a blankie is perfect, no matter what it is used for. 😊

I wonder if the title for this saga should be changed to "Ghost texting words" before the next episode.
Bibliothecarius (9 stories) (1088 posts)
6 years ago (2016-12-15)
Greetings, all.

(First, a thought for Rook: someone from the Netherlands who *doesn't* speak English?)

The Netherlands' advertisements for tourism for the better part of a decade has been the pithy "IAMsterdam" because the capital city is (officially) bilingual: Dutch & English. The Netherlands' national sport is Being Helpful; Soccer is a close second. Almost all Nederlanders learn English; I think it's so they can assist foreigners who can't find the art museums. A quick scan on google ( led me to discover that 7% of all Nederlanders claim that they cannot speak English. That's a better average than the United States...

What are the odds that an entity which can only text in West Frisian would be sending text messages to the one person in Oregon who can't type the word "translate" into Google then type the message into the Google Translate website?

I do think that, since Phantom explained that he'd used Google Translate on the message in Part One, and EggMcMuffin didn't have the wherewithal to try to use the same process to discover the messages in either Part Two OR Part Three, there's a serious comprehension problem which has not been addressed. [If I continue this thought, I will cross the line for acceptable behavior on this forum; I shall stop right here and wait for the bus.]

You know, when things catch on fire under the bed, we can smother the flames with blankies.

valkricry (47 stories) (3234 posts) mod
6 years ago (2016-12-15)
What I find extremely odd, is at the start the 'engravings' were in English. The words were 'stuck', 'help', and 'linked'. Add to that, a shadow whispers to her, "Hell. Stuck. Help. Hell." But then in part 2, the 'ghost' starts writing in West Frisian. I find that very curious.
Curious too, is the fire under the bed that was heard without any burning smell to alert anyone first. Not to mention lack of smoke or the coughing that would ensue from breathing the heat from a fire large enough to be heard 'crackling' and cause one to be 'sweating quite badly'. I'm not trying to be mean or anything, I just find it very, very odd.
AugustaM (7 stories) (996 posts)
6 years ago (2016-12-15)
I don't want to be unkind but I am still very much on the fence on this series of accounts. If it is true, I hope the author does a good cleansing and takes care of the problem otherwise I hope they find a better outlet for their creative writing.
Jessicqqqq (5 stories) (56 posts)
6 years ago (2016-12-14)
The second one said "You must escape. He is here, i'm sorry. I can not stop him"
Jessicqqqq (5 stories) (56 posts)
6 years ago (2016-12-14)
"I'm here to warn you. I will not hurt you, but he will" is what it told me.
lady-glow (14 stories) (3042 posts)
6 years ago (2016-12-14)
My wrong... I see you got the message through a text.

Still, it would be nice if you decide to participate in the discussion, your input would be more helpful than having to wait until the next episode of this sequel to know what is going on.
lady-glow (14 stories) (3042 posts)
6 years ago (2016-12-14)
"... I may have made an error in my seance, by forgetting to put the letters A-Z on my table..."

If there were NOT letters on the table, -how the heck did you get the message in the second part of your story?! 😕

I think it is time for you to participate in the discussion and answer our questions, at least only to show some respect for the time we are taking on reading your stories.

I might be wrong but I am under the impression that you are improvising and embellishing your original story getting new ideas from the well-intentioned advice from the members of the forum.

Sorry for being so blunt expressing my opinion.
RCRuskin (9 stories) (754 posts)
6 years ago (2016-12-14)
EggMcMuffin, silly question, but how often do you clean under your bed?

So you found a note after a fire started under your bed. By itself, having a fire under a bed is a bad sign even without spooky messages.

A summary of messages:

Carved: Stuck
Carved: Help
Carved: Linked
Text: Lie low before you are found
Text: I'm here to warn you. I will not hurt you, but he will.
Note (on paper?): You must escape. He is here, i'm sorry. I can not stop him.

Going with the theory of an ancestral spirit, someone tried to reach you, had some initial problems then found a work-around.

Two specific messages followed: Like low before you are found. What were you doing in the month (s) just prior to all this starting? I'm assuming there's some school in there, hanging out with friends, and if you're anything like I was as a teen, trying things out. Interpret that as you will, but did you try anything?
RCRuskin (9 stories) (754 posts)
6 years ago (2016-12-14)
Rook, you just gave me an idea. Perhaps this is an ancestral spirit to the OP.
rookdygin (24 stories) (4458 posts)
6 years ago (2016-12-14)
It's interesting that a translation can be found. I find it curious that all of the 'engravings' have been in language rarely spoken, and even less frequently written from the Netherlands (Northern Part (s)).

The best way to discover facts that support your 'experiences' is to do an 'in depth' Historical Search' of your property... Especially former owners or prior use of... And see if there is a connection with the Netherlands.

One last curiosity...

The O/P confirms the language of the first message... (quoted from this experience)

"It is West Frisian and means, "Lie low before you are found.""

However they go on to ask for help with translating next two new messages... Which are in the same (West Frisian) language as the first... (Things that make you go Hummm...)

So one of two things... You and your family communicate better using West Frisian and this spirit is trying to warn you by writing in it OR the spirit itself is from the Netherlands and does not know any other languages (this would be a ghost over someone who does not realize they are dead, thus communicating in their native language... However being aware of a possible threat to you suggests other wise).

I am going to remain on the back fence with this one... See what details may develop.


Infikiran (1 stories) (15 posts)
6 years ago (2016-12-14)
Using google translate I found that the language is Western Frisian and translates to "I'm here to warn you. I will not hurt you, but he will".

The second message is "
You must escape. He is here, i'm sorry. I can not stop him"

Pretty scary stuff man, be careful.
RCRuskin (9 stories) (754 posts)
6 years ago (2016-12-14)
West Frisian again, per Google Translate, the first text reads:

I'm here to warn you. I will not hurt you, but he will.

Surprisingly coherent. The second text:

You must escape. He is here, i'm sorry. I can not stop him.
sheld999 (14 stories) (74 posts)
6 years ago (2016-12-14)
Super freaky stuff right there, can't really say whatvit could translate too. Have you mentioned your experiences to your folks?

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