This story is about my little sister, which is seven. Her grandparents have retired to a small town here in Kennard, Texas. She's very close to her grandparents and spends many weekends and holidays over there. The last time that she was there she experienced much more than she should have. She told the story to about four different people and nothing has changed with her story.
She said that one night she was watching TV and started to smell smoke. She walked from the bedroom to the living room and she said that outside she could see a big fire with Indians dancing around it. She became frightened and ran back to the room (she was sleeping with her grandparents), the next couple of nights she said that she didn't see or smell anything.
On a Saturday night she started to smell the smoke again, she told her grandma, in which her grandma reassured her that nothing was on fire. She said that she could only smell the smoke but not see it. Later that night, she was watching Sponge Bob and she started smelling the smoke again. No one was up but she said that she wasn't scared, just felt really strong.
She went to the back door and was looking out when she said she saw a big Indian man with feathers coming out of his hair. She said that there were a bunch of Indians dancing around the fire again and she could hear bells, people talking in whispers and she could smell the fire. She said that the Indian did not speak English but she knew what he was saying and he told her "go back", but she said he didn't say it, she could hear it in her head. Well I think that this incident scared her, because she ran to where her grandparents were and started crying because she obviously became scared, but the thing is, she said at first she wasn't scared. Well her grandparents consoled her and she was able to go to sleep.
The next night my mom went and picked her up and she told the story to us (the grandparents called beforehand to tell us about her "dream" because that's what they say it was). She repeated the story to a few more people and never once did she miss anything, or add anything. I ended up spending the night with her and she said that she kept seeing the big Indian man. He kept trying to tell her something but she didn't know what and that she would tell him to leave because he was scaring her.
This went on for about a month until one day she said that the Indian left her and that she was sad about it because she knew where he went, where he went she didn't know but she felt sad for him. I don't know what was going on but my sister has a very good, healthy home environment with people who love her and giver her attention. My mother and I believe that she may actually be able to see spirits because my grandma used to see them also.
A little family drama is the fact that my mom doesn't know who she really belongs to, my father or my sister's "dad". My father's mother was able to see things and my aunts are also able to "sense" things. Although my grandma leaned more into the occult, she still "sensed" things. I've had the discussion with my mother of my sister actually being my dads only because of her ability to see things. My sister every now and again since the Indian ceremony incident has seen things. She has seen a little girl crying, a small cat and she says that she sees a man with a black and gold uniform on.
I would like some input on what might be going on with her. Thanks and hope you enjoyed!