First off, I'm so happy I found this site!
This happened over 5 years ago when I worked at a Headshop in Tacoma. I worked there for several years and our regulars we became really close to. Tyler (fake name) used to come in once or twice a week. I noticed for the last two weeks he hasn't been in, didn't really think much of it.
The next day he came in for his usual. I asked him where he's been and he told me AZ for his Grandmother's funeral. At that moment in time I see a women standing behind him in full color, just like I see normal people day to day. When I saw that women I thought, "Oh I just made her up in my head. That's what I think his grandma looks like." I cashed him out and then he left. I told my coworker what I thought I just saw... His Grandma. She told me to tell him. I told her no. What if I'm wrong, then I'll look stupid. Plus, if it's real then I'm going to be that "crazy" lady.
A couple weeks have went by and he came back in for his usual. At that moment I was in the bathroom and came out from the back and he was there. My friend Ashley (fake name) word vomits "Erica has something to tell you!" So, I courage up and told him what I saw.
I told him "I think I saw your Grandma standing behind you the other day" He looks puzzled. I said "she had blonde" and he finishes "curly hair?" I confirmed yes. I told him "she was wearing a red shirt" He goes "her favorite color was red" I also told him she had a "gold chain cross necklace" He pulls out his phone and shows me a picture and he says "like this?"
IT WAS HER! IT WAS THE LADY I SAW STANDING BEHIND HIM! SHE WAS STILL WITH HIM!
Of course I screamed, naturally. He turned white as a ghost. We both kind of stood there not knowing what to say or do. I then confirmed to myself I saw a dead person. CLEAR.AS.DAY! As I called it, he never came back. I must of scared him. Little does he know, it scared me more.
Ever since then I have had unexplainable stuff have to me. I will share more on this site later.
Thank you for reading.
After a couple experiences, I got hooked on that show. In my house, we call them "Ghostguys." Kids tease me relentlessly, as I'm a more than middle aged mom/journalist/teacher, usually glued to that or Dead Files. It's a great escape from politics, haha.