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zzsgranny (18 stories) (3327 posts) mod
 
11 years ago (2011-09-29)
champion: *raises hand* I remember that stuff: AKA mercurochrome... I thought iodine hurt more LOL...It's hilarious how this has turned into a "I have more scars than you" contest LOL 😆...Don't get me started! 😆...My poor Mother: three boys, and a tom boy... But usually we only went to the hosptial if something looked crooked or the bleeding didn't stop LOL

Pjod: The "..." thing?...I own it, it's patented to me 😆 JK
champion (3 stories) (172 posts)
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11 years ago (2011-09-29)
I should probably keep my mouth shut on this but I have to comment on the scar situation. I am forty and still have scars from when I was three or four that I did not go to the hospital and get stitches. One is from a piece of glass that I fell on and cut the inside of my ring finger and when I take my wedding band off it is still very visible and reminds me of the time I fell off my uncles porch and cut myself on a piece of glass. I have another one on my arm that people always ask what did you do? Again no hospital visit. Some people run to the hospital or Dr. Over just about anything but being brought up poor, Momma bandaged you up and you went back to whatever you was doing. Anyone old enough to remember Merthiolate the red stuff Granny put on all your cuts that burned like hell and wouldn't come off for weeks and contained mercury? That was what you got unless it was so bad you were going to bleed to death. That could be what's wrong with me today- mercury poisening! LOL

Champion
Pjod (3 stories) (978 posts)
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11 years ago (2011-09-29)
hmm...
Still a bit of a coincidence. Not sure how others may feel about that, but does add to the "suspect" list.
You have to understand, when a story with such extraordinary events is posted, people will pick it apart, asking you to back up some claims. Having a friend post to help back those claims up, and one with similiar typing (paragraphing) styles, will be questioned. The regular posters here can be very welcoming, after being very skeptical.
mb89 (3 stories) (25 posts)
 
11 years ago (2011-09-29)
Pjod...
Yeah I do that a lot, so do most of my friends actually... I never realized Nikki did it too.
As for the need to be believed, it's more a want for people to understand where I am coming from.

Generalchaos & stephyw2001...
Thank you. I have a scar by my nose from when I broke it at 5. It's still visible today (even though it had been a minor cut)
I also have a tiny one on my wrist from an encounter with a blackberry bush at age 9. That too was a minor cut.
Our bodies are strange things sometimes.
stephyw2001 (guest)
 
11 years ago (2011-09-29)
[at] general - I think the scars can linger depending on where you get them. I still have a scar on my ankle from when I was in either 1st or 2nd grade. We had an above ground pool and there was a bolt sticking out of the ladder that you climbed to get in and out. I remember cutting myself on that bolt and blood was everywhere. I didn't go to the hospital, we just bandaged it ourselves, so no stitches. I still have a line there from where the cut was. Its in that spot right below the round bone that sticks out the sides of your ankle.

My point is I think some spots don't heal as well as others, so its possible she still has scars. It says she's a young adult. I was 6 or 7 when I got cut and I'm 28 now.

Just my side note. I think we should all calm down with a nice warm cup of tea 😊. Yum.
Pjod (3 stories) (978 posts)
 
11 years ago (2011-09-29)
mb89
I noticed in one of your friends post, she ended her point (sentence) with...
You also did the same in a post very near to her post, ending in...
I noticed that, only because I do the same alot.
But I've noticed not many people use these... After making a point. Maybe it is coincidence, and I would not let that one thing sway me either way, but just too many things here in the story (s) and the need for you to be believed that have me very skeptical.
generalchaos (2 stories) (141 posts)
 
11 years ago (2011-09-29)
For what it's worth, I have scars from what I thought were "minor scrapes and abrasions". I didn't get medical treatment for them, and I have them "mumblemumble" years later as someone who's soon going to be classified as a "middle aged adult".

For those who are interested, yeah, I was quite the tomboy growing up. I have a nice neat row of scars on one of my lower legs from a time when I borrowed my brother's bike (with all the spiky pedals), tried to do something fancy, and slid my leg along the spiked pedals. They've faded but they are still quite visible.
I was so embarrassed that I just cleaned it up myself, didn't tell my folks.

Same with most of the rest of the scars from my childhood. There are only two I have that got medical treatment.
Heck, I have *chicken pox* scars from when I was a kid.
mb89 (3 stories) (25 posts)
 
11 years ago (2011-09-29)
You know what, I was going to post a reply that was snarky and witchy, but instead I'll answer with this: I was trying to address questions as best I could. And maybe I get rude and combative a bit. And for that I am sorry.

To address some issues, as calmly as I can:
My best friend: she is not me, we are very much two different people. When she wrote up her first account she did not realize that she had left out such an important detail. She corrected that as best she could. Maybe it coulda been handled better. Sorry.
Her story is this (she refuses to come back for now... So please accept it from me) "i had gone into the room to grab something and all of the sudden I am hurling towards a wall and then something catches me and I am outside the door." That is her account. Again, I am sorry she had a moment and forgot to add the most important part of the story.

I would like to know what advice I received that I should take into account? Because the only 'advice' I received was irrelevant, from my view. But perhaps I missed something.

I honestly posted my account here because I thought, of any place, these people will understand. I thought maybe you all would be open minded. I guess I'm wrong.

I would by lying if I did not say: I'm disappointed and that accounts for some of my tone. I would like to apologize if it offended anyone. That was not my intent. My intent was to defend and stand up for myself. I guess I'm not very good at that, if all I did was act rude.
DARKNESS (3 stories) (2022 posts)
 
11 years ago (2011-09-29)
Woah take a step back all! 😁

ONE_broken: I think you could best get your story and point across by posting your account of what happened. I do believe the submission page is open at the moment.

Mb89: I actually do believe your story what you have described does sound very negative and yes I wouldn't put it passed being something demonic! I am glad your not still in the home as things could have become a lot worse. A lot of the other things I wanted to say have already mentioned. I can see were the other commentors are coming from also but just thought I would throw in my 2 cents now lol. Good luck!

Thank you for sharing.

Dan
dustyisdead (2 stories) (90 posts)
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11 years ago (2011-09-29)
[at] mb89
Listen up, that's fine she forgot, but if she did then you guys can just drop the attitude when someone brings it up.

Imagine this; "i drove to the store and while walking back I saw a cat."
"well I thought you drove there? That doesn't make sense."
"oh well SUE ME if I forgot to say my car broke down, EXCUSE ME if I forgot a detail! It does make sense, I've just been in pain!"

That's what you sound like. Oh, I'm sorry, that's what you "two" sound like.
ONE_broken (guest)
 
11 years ago (2011-09-29)
you know what this isn't even worth it. Feel free to think what you will I don't care. This website isn't worth a gosh darn thing and I am not coming back
dustyisdead (2 stories) (90 posts)
 
11 years ago (2011-09-29)
[at] ONE_broken
If you're forgetting things (which is no surprise being that it was 10 years ago) then chances are a lot of your story you've forgotten and are just filling in the blanks. Over time it happens and a lot of people don't realize they're doing it.

And also, if you're the one forgetting things then how can you get mad when people call you out when your stories don't make sense?

You guys are not only both extremely rude and combative, but also aren't assuming you know best when a lot of people (and I'm not referring to myself) have amazing advice to give you and a lot more experience than you do.
mb89 (3 stories) (25 posts)
 
11 years ago (2011-09-29)
so you've never forgot to add a detail before?
She's been busy and in pain, god forbid her mind was a bit distracted... Sue her.

And believe it or not, she did not change her story, as she told me BEFORE (weeks ago I might add) that the thing had tossed her, but something else caught her from behind.

*throws the whole flipping penny jar at your head*
ONE_broken (guest)
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11 years ago (2011-09-29)
i did not change my story ever like I said I forgot to mention it because I have been in a lot of pain. You know what it isn't even worth a fight like this.
dustyisdead (2 stories) (90 posts)
+1
11 years ago (2011-09-29)
[at] mb89
She didn't say ANYTHING about being caught to begin with, and then she changed her story. That's my point. *hands your 2 cents back*
mb89 (3 stories) (25 posts)
 
11 years ago (2011-09-29)
umm she clearly stated: "When I was launched something caught me"
She did NOT say it was the same entity... *just to throw my two cents in*
ONE_broken (guest)
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11 years ago (2011-09-29)
1. They were deep but not anything serious enough to be like hey let's go to the hospital

2. My story isn't changing. It was a different entity that caught me and I forgot a fact so sue me I have been in a lot of pain recently.

3. I made that towards the abuse comment because people keep saying she might have been abused. I know she wasn't and was merely making a statement about it

4. Well pardon me for me having feelings
dustyisdead (2 stories) (90 posts)
 
11 years ago (2011-09-29)
[at] ONE_broken

1. "minor cuts and abrasions" wouldn't leave scars that you still have to this day like you said. If you in fact do have the scars, 10 years later, it would have to be a pretty serious injury. We're just going by what you wrote.

2. So something was throwing you AND now you're saying it was catching you as well? Can you please tell us straight up exactly what happened because your story is starting to change...

3. When the story doesn't really add up, we actually CAN assume that it isn't completely true.

4. So? Be annoyed then. It looks strange when accounts are created just to make comments to verify one person's story. If you can't see why that's odd then I don't know what else to tell you.
ONE_broken (guest)
 
11 years ago (2011-09-29)
okay 1. I wasn't badly injured it was minor scratches and abrasions that you would get if someone scratched you 2. When I was launched something caught me 3. No one and I do mean no one can assume something about someone else because most likely you are dead wrong. 4. To all the people who say this is her posting it's not and I am annoyed you are writing me off as if she is posting my responses...
mb89 (3 stories) (25 posts)
 
11 years ago (2011-09-28)
stormangel
I think she'll be okay, she was just in a pissy mood already that night. I told her I had it, but she doesn't always listen to me ~_~

I keep telling her to do it. She just hasn't ahd time yet, so hopefully soon.
:)
stormangel (3 stories) (55 posts)
 
11 years ago (2011-09-28)
ok thankyou for clearing that up and yes it would be nice to hear your friends accounts, but most people get negitive posts at one piont or another so I hope she isn't to easily offended. When a comment I have made is marked down then I know somebody didn't agree with what I had to say, but it doesn't get any more thought than that (if I notice at all because I don't usually look out for that). Hope alls ok now anyway.
Byeee:D
mb89 (3 stories) (25 posts)
 
11 years ago (2011-09-28)
Mountaineer,
Having shared a room with my sisters and friends on many occasions, both before, during and after, never once in my whole life have I ever sleepwalked.
Snored, moved my legs, rolled, and sometimes talked, but never once did I ever sleepwalk, ever.
I'm pretty sure someone would have said something by now if I had, but I guess there is a very slim chance I did, just when no one was around...

As for details distorting, I actually wrote these down when I was 15 (only 2 years later)
~I will admit that I do not remember everything about living there, but these are some of the things I have never forgotten~

The only thing added was the new knowledge that my sister and friend had experiences very much like my own.
And I did remove the million umms, likes and errrs in the original writings, other then that, I left them as is.
Mountaineer (4 stories) (176 posts)
 
11 years ago (2011-09-28)
[at] mb89: "I don't, nor have I ever, sleepwalked.". The majority of people who sleepwalk don't know that they do. You can't blame me for thinking it's a bit more likely that you were sleepwalking and climbed into the top bunk yourself (perhaps a suggestion from your subconscious to get over your fear?) than that a spirit lifted you up there for unknown reasons. I just don't feel that you are giving that theory the thought it is due. You would really have to videotape yourself sleeping to find out.
mb89 (3 stories) (25 posts)
 
11 years ago (2011-09-28)
I would like to state right off the bat that I was not abused, EVER! So this is not an account I have made up to 'hide' what really happened.

As for my friend, I told her I had posted my accounts and give her the links after they appeared on the site. And when she came on here to read them, she got pissed at your guy's comments. She also made an account because when she has more time, she was going to put up some of her own accounts.

As for what she said in her account, I had no knowledge of what happened to her, until recently. So while I lived there, I did not think it would hurt me, since it never did. Maybe that is a childish way of looking at things, but then, I was a child when this happened.

And as for the parents not knowing: are you honestly saying you never had things happen to you that your parents never knew about? Is it really that far fetched that we, oh IDK, LIED to them about how it happened? Lemme see: where did that cut come from? Oh idk, I was running around outside and musta scraped it. Our parents weren't going to be like: gee sounds like a cover up story. We were the kids running around outside, we'd fall down, it wasn't impossible for her to cover it up. But like I said, I did not know pf this, so I don't really know how she was never found out.

As for the bunk-bed story, I never said it was the 'thing' that did that, only that it had happened. And I had no explanation for it happening. So I said, clearly something moved me... It could very well have been a friendly spirit...

As for the noises thing, I said it sounded like a clicking noise... I can't really describe what it sounded like accurately, so I used what came closes... It was not like the Grudge clicking noise, it was different.

Minimom:
I'm sorry, I was being a bit snide in my reply. But to me the tone of your post was: I'm older and thus know what I'm talking about and you don't. And so I replied in kind to that tone. If it was not meant that way. Then I apologize for saying it how I did.

Yes you are older, and have kids so know things: BUT I was there... You weren't...

"Combine that with being a sensitive and having a degree in Psychology you could say I'm pretty good at reading people."
Pretty good at reading people... People you've never meet? And all you have to go on are words they wrote? That tells you a lot about them does it?
Prove it to me.
Tell me something about myself... Because I don't believe you, I think sensitives are fake. >see anyone can write they think something sounds false when they have no personal knowledge of it<

And okay, maybe it makes me angry that people don't believe it. And I have to defend myself against people who: A) don't know me and B) weren't there.

So maybe I lied when I said I didn't care (it's called a defense mechanism: with a degree in psych Minimom shoulda recognized that one) But I'm kind of feeling personally attacked here...

I did NOT embellish or lie about my encounters. Why would I need to come onto a website and lie about what happened to me? I have better things to do with my life.
stormangel (3 stories) (55 posts)
 
11 years ago (2011-09-28)
*The major difference is now I know they can not harm me, unlike then
*still has the scars to prove this happened. I have been grabbed and launched across a room before.
Why do you think they can't harm you if whatever it was 'launched' your friend across the room? 😕
MandyyNicole (7 stories) (183 posts)
 
11 years ago (2011-09-28)
Real or fake, I don't like the thought of a slithery, hissing thing.
Wardo (8 stories) (171 posts)
 
11 years ago (2011-09-28)
It's not so much that I think you are adding details to the story that sets off any flags for me. It's the discrepancies that I have noticed in your accounts. You said in a comment that you know they can't harm you now, but you also said that someone was thrown across the room and injured quite badly. And know this, a demon can do serious physical harm to you, and possibly kill you! Stay in the light!
minimom (50 posts)
 
11 years ago (2011-09-28)
[at] Dustyisdead

Please re-read the last sentence of my post. Nowhere did I say she HAD been abused. I simply said that it was a possibility worth consideration.
dustyisdead (2 stories) (90 posts)
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11 years ago (2011-09-28)
[at] Nysa
I didn't even see that her "friend" made an account JUST to post a comment attempting to verify this story.
If she didn't care if anyone believed her, why would she bother to convince her friend to do that? If it really is their friend and not just the same person.
I hate when people fake things, everything gets so convoluted and weird and it's just frustrating when other people ruin the honest discussion of personal experiences.
Nysa (4 stories) (685 posts)
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11 years ago (2011-09-28)
I found your first account pretty fantastic but plausible, but now I feel you have gone past being believed. Everytime you add a detail it gets more far-fetched. Your friend comes on the website telling us that s/he got thrown across the room and cut or scratched so badly that she still has visible scars approximately a decade later. Yet not only did your parents fail to notice these events when they happened but her parents weren't concerned enough by these injuries to talk to your parents or stop letting her go to your house. And now you say this thing in your room, which was evil but unable to attack you, sometimes lifted you onto your top bunk. These claims may lay within the realm of possibilities, but the complete lack of reaction to them is, in my opinion, implausible. You said you don't care if people believe you, and you are right. Either these things happened or they did not and whether a handful of random people believe you or not does not change that. But on a website dedicated to exploring real ghost stories, I believe it is important to point out anything that can detract from understanding and in my opinion this story and supporting comments do just that.
dustyisdead (2 stories) (90 posts)
 
11 years ago (2011-09-28)
i think it's possible you saw this shadow creature and since you were little you may have adding a few extra detail because it was so long ago and you were so young.
This sounds scary as hell though, sounds like the licker creatures from the resident evil game. And the "clicking" you described is reminiscent of the grudge. That may be why people thought this was fake. I don't, however, think people should accuse you of being abused and that's why you invented this creature. It's kind of offensive when you don't know this person. At least try to give them the benefit of the doubt. I don't think this is too far fetched, maybe just includes a few embellished details.
minimom (50 posts)
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11 years ago (2011-09-28)
Mb89:

Never claimed to be superior, but at the ripe old age of 55 I've had a great deal more experience than you.

Combine that with being a sensitive and having a degree in Psychology you could say I'm pretty good at reading people.

That being said, I'm still not buying it. Yes, it's possible that you did experience something but I can't help but feel your account has been greatly expanded from the actual events. Children tend to do that. I have 5 so I'm experienced there as well.

Many times, children who have been abused, will invent a "monster" that takes the place of the abuser. It makes it easier for them to deal with as the abuser is generally someone they should be able to trust. I'm not saying that this is what you experienced, just that it's another possibility to consider.
mb89 (3 stories) (25 posts)
 
11 years ago (2011-09-28)
hey guys, there is a small detail you are missing, I was only 8-10 when this was happening, I did not know what it was (until the last year we lived there, but that is another story).
And yes I have talked to my mom now. She says that she never experienced anything like that in the house, and was horrified at what my sister and me told her, understandably (we decided to tell her our sides together). Though she did have one strange thong happen, after I moved into another room (I had been begging to for ages) my next oldest sister moved in there, then promptly refused to go in there at night. It was during the last six months we lived there, my mom claims she heard what sounded like kids (she assumed it was us) playing in there... No one was in the room. That is the only strange thing she had happen to her.

As I stated before, I have not lived there in 10yrs. And since then, I have not had really anything like this happen (sure after living there, I am more able to recognize when strange things are happening... The major difference is now I know they can not harm me, unlike then)

One of the things that helped me sleep at night was having things on the floor that made noise, I could hear 'it' coming across the floor and I would turn my back (even though I knew it was there, it was easier to sleep)
Though I will say, something must have touched me at some point, because there would be times, I would fall asleep on the bottom bunk of my bunk bed, and wake up on the top (I am absolutely terrified of heights and did not get up there, ever, on my own) I don't, nor have I ever, sleep walked.
And as it never touched me (that I recall) it didn't scare me as much. I could say, there were other things about that room far scarier, that room seemed to be some kind of of hub for them.
Me and my oldest sister were really the only ones who had stuff happen to us daily. And when my friend visited, she had stuff happen to her.
Anyway, sorry for the long and kind of rambling post, I hope it answered some of your questions (maybe)
geetha50 (15 stories) (986 posts)
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11 years ago (2011-09-28)
First of all, I believe what happened to you was real. But mb89, if that happened to me, I would be screaming bloody murder and would not sleep in that room and I wouldn't have cared if my parents believed me. I'm not one to think and do bad on people but I think you should have made your parent sleep in your room, so that they can experience what happened you.

Then again, they might have experienced something and not tell you and your siblings so that wouldn't get as scared.

What I take away from the story is that this happened a couple of years ago. Have you tried talking to your parents again and see what they say now? I suggest taking your friend with you to show them what happened.

I don't know if you are living in that same house but you can try a few things to ward of anything paranormal, especially anything evil. First thing you can try is bless / cleanse your house according to your religious beliefs or you can follow the guidelines set out by one of our resident poster, Rookdygin. He is more experience than me so if you have any questions, you can ask him.
Check out the following story:
Http://www.yourghoststories.com/real-ghost-story.php?story=13184

Rook has post the guidelines in that story.

My other suggestion is kind of linked to Rook's guideline. I would sit in a room (especially the room that haunts you the most would be great) and start mediating, then picture a white light. Expand that white light in your mind to surround you, then your loved ones, then push the light further so that it goes into every corner of your house. Then push it outside your house so that it surrounds your house.

Try doing this everyday until you get a sense of peace coming from, then continue doing it for once a week. If you can do it with your sister and friend as they experienced this also and this mediating is stronger in numbers.

If you are not at the house mentioned in your story, I still suggest that you do it in your current residents because for someone who experienced something like that mentioned in your story, who will always experience something anywhere you (even if it's not to the extend of what you experienced in that house in your story).

One last suggestion would be to do bring positive energy in the house. Some suggestion would be doing things with your family like watching a comedy movie or playing board games and even having a party or small get together. Even better celebrate the next birthday that is coming up. The positive energy created by the people surrounding you create a barrier that prevents evil from entering. Then using that positive energy, mediate and expand it.

I tend to ramble a little, so I hope you get what I'm say. Wishing you all the luck and keeping you in my prayers.
generalchaos (2 stories) (141 posts)
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11 years ago (2011-09-28)
This happened almost every night while you stayed in that room (for 2.5 years), then you moved into a different room for the remaining 1.5 years you lived in that home, correct?

You had friends stay the night, and they had weird experiences too, and so did your sister, correct?

Yet your parents dismissed it all as imagination? How horrible!

Did you ever try to photograph it, video it, record sound, or anything of that nature?
Did you ever *do* anything to try to get it to go away - from screaming "go away" to smudging, to holy water, to praying, anything like that?
stormangel (3 stories) (55 posts)
 
11 years ago (2011-09-28)
ok mb, lol, I had a think and maybe entities such as you describe could be around as some wayward thought form. I wouldn't have given a crap though I would've rather slept outside and got in trouble! You're braver than me 😉
ONE_broken (guest)
 
11 years ago (2011-09-28)
okay to all who don't believe this I am her friend that still has the scars to prove this happened. I have been grabbed and launched across a room before. I have been followed by things like this my entire life so I know what I have seen and felt.
mb89 (3 stories) (25 posts)
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11 years ago (2011-09-28)
stormangel,
Thank you for your comment,
I know how it sounds (I'm very good at descriptions, what can I say?)
The reason I never left the room was, there was not another room for me to sleep in...
And my parents were clueless...
And at that time, I did not tell anyone what was happening because the one time I did, my mom dismissed it as my imagination... (about 6 months after we moved in, I told her I was afraid of my room because a carpet monster was chasing me around it...) so after that, I was afraid to say anything.
stormangel (3 stories) (55 posts)
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11 years ago (2011-09-28)
I have to say if I seen something crawling along the wall making 'clicking' sounds and then raising up at my bedside I simply would not be sleeping in that room. The way you wrote this account just makes it sound like fiction, and I can't imagine anyone seeing anything like that, then again I have read some really wacky stories that seem to be genuine. So sorry if I'm wrong.
mb89 (3 stories) (25 posts)
 
11 years ago (2011-09-28)
correction:
Maybe having someone backing it up would make it feel, less experienced?
I meant to say: make it seem more experienced...
mb89 (3 stories) (25 posts)
 
11 years ago (2011-09-28)
minimom,
Thank you for your opinion, everyone is entitled to one (even if it's wrong).
I would just like to say, that my best friend would be more then willing to publish her accounts of what happened, if you think mine are too... Embellished. Maybe having someone backing it up would make it feel, less experienced?
But, I guess the person it happened to isn't experienced enough to know the difference between made up and real... Even if they are 22.
Love and regards to your obviously superior self in all things paranormal,
M.
minimom (50 posts)
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11 years ago (2011-09-27)
I have read all 3 of your stories, twice. I have to agree with Simple Peg, your accounts sound embellished to say the least.

I'm not a newb when it comes to activity. I've probably been experiencing it long before you were born. Hence, my opinion that your stories are precisely that, stories.

Sorry.
mb89 (3 stories) (25 posts)
 
11 years ago (2011-09-27)
thank you for your comment,
First I will say it is not an exaggeration...
I was only ever touched once, that I remember (although it is very possible I just can't remember the other times ~it has been 10 years~).
My best friend recently told me that every time she would come for a visit she would receive scratches and feel touching.
And my oldest sister also told me, just this past year, that she saw the same thing.
So I was not alone in witnessing this.
I had written this account down years ago, and when my sister started to tell me about what had happened to her, I rushed back to reread this, and it was almost word for word the same.
So think what you will, but I know what happened to me.
Simple-Peg (1 stories) (1 posts)
 
11 years ago (2011-09-27)
I'm sorry if I sound like a b*tch or something but I personally think you may be exagerating a little. But a deon encounter is not one to be forgotten. Especially at night. Did they attack you any time may I ask?

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