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hawkseye12002 (3 stories) (36 posts)
5 years ago (2017-01-26)
Wow! (I have a feeling you're going to get this a lot, lol). That is an amazing recount of a special event. I love how you've provided all the details, it hardly leaves any room for questions.

Thank you for posting!
mikepapp (3 stories) (34 posts)
5 years ago (2017-01-26)
Hi agatha23,

I know how you feel, I have shared this story with only a few others that had their own stories about seeing a loved one's spirit or ghost. They have asked me the same thing?

I have experienced SP. But, on this night I was never immobilized. I was awake. I got up, and called the front desk. I got up out of my bed twice. After it was over, I put the night light back into the wall. Then I drove myself to the hospital.

Your response is completely warranted. I do not think that I could believe all of this, even with an open mind. Thanks for your response. Mike
mikepapp (3 stories) (34 posts)
5 years ago (2017-01-26)
Hi Wish-Not,
Having no one to really talk to about this event, I found a web-site called "The Lost Woods Society". I contacted the gentleman who runs the site, and spoke with him about this episode.

He said that he has had 3 ghost sightings, but all were brief. He has written 3 books on the topic. He admitted that he had never heard of such a long, involved experience. So it was rare. He told me that I invited the 1st ghost in, not knowing that there were others. 2ndly, he told me that I was not intimidated by the mean spirits, which he said was important.

I also can't understand how the details of the ghosts interactions with me added up to exactly 3 hours. There are other things that had to have happened to fill up that time. I just can't remember. All I know is that there was something going on in the room from the beginning until the end. The time went by quick.

I forgot to mention how many ghosts I believed to be in the room. I can count as many as 13 or more that showed themselves to me. I knew none of them. Why would they want to share their departure with me, and not their own families? As far as the nasty ghosts go, I believe that some do not accept their fates with the same amount of grace as others.

Taking pictures or asking for names was something that I could not even conceive of with all going on. I do not know how many people would have stayed in that room for the 3 hours? I guess I was curious about the whole phenomenon? During that time frame I could have watched 2 full length feature films? But, it didn't seem that long?

So, that's my story. At least, it's the best I can remember. If you have any questions please feel free to ask. It helps me too. Thanks, Mike
agatha23 (1 stories) (13 posts)
5 years ago (2017-01-26)
WoW! This is a very detailed story! I'm sorry, but I'm not trying to say you are making this up, but are you sure you weren't dreaming or in that state where you are half-awake/half-asleep? There just appears to be so much happening!
Wish-Not (16 stories) (534 posts)
5 years ago (2017-01-26)
Mike- WOW, just WOW! I am totally BLOWN away by this story!

Very well written, I was watching as if I was in the room as well.

I guess I have never read or heard an experience like this. There is so many individual moments that I have questions about it would be impossible, well not impossible but hard to cover all of them.


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