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CuriousDee (8 stories) (630 posts)
 
1 year ago (2018-05-18)
Augusta,

I would definitely feel uneasy if I had to deal with this frequently. But... For some reason, I felt sadness for the spirit of this man. Maybe because he genuinely seems to want to "cuddle" with you. Maybe because his attempts for attention seem harmless (I know, it's a different story when I'm not dealing with this). I don't know. It just made me feel sad for him. Would you be open to talking out loud to him in a gentle, firm way? Perhaps just acknowledging him, or setting boundaries?

Your description of something moving/walking up your bed reminded me of a story I shared a bit ago, about my deceased dog visiting. He did the same thing, walked up my bed until he reached my hip area. If your interested, here's the link:

Http://www.yourghoststories.com/real-ghost-story.php?story=25598

I can't imagine living in a location that sits atop a mass burial. Have you spoken with neighbors to see if they encounter anything unusual/similar? Great job on including the history!

Dee
Miracles51031 (38 stories) (4931 posts) mod
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1 year ago (2018-05-18)
Augusta - you could have been writing one of my experiences! My mouth was literally wide open in shock as I was reading this 😲

You said you haven't started keeping record of the events, but this is a good starting point. Maybe keeping track of everything you can think of: day, time, weather (which I am very bad about), moon phase, mood of your home could help figure out what is going on and why.

I don't want to get into your personal business so I'll try and be as subtle as I can, but not too cryptic. I, like you I'm sure, wonder why it is when Andy is out of the bedroom. I had an experience years ago that I have yet to submit where I was comforted. That thought ran through my mind while reading this.

As for the cat, I have at least one of the non-living felines who likes to jump off my table 😠 I'm assuming it's the same one who crawls in/on my bed. Kind of startling when it's not one of the living ones LOL

Crazy? Nah 😉

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