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sourball in Unexpected Wake Up
majarlika012 and lady-glow

Thank you for commenting. Sleep paralysis; I've wondered about that so many times after that incident.

And yes, after that time my brother was fed up with it and decided to act on it, one night he went to our extended kitchen and challenged them, cursing them for what happened and to stop scaring me and face him instead. He waited that night and when he was about to sleep he started to hear loud bangs of doors and windows, chairs being draged on the floor from our extended kitchen, that went on for hours.

As I remember during a festival a priest went to our house and did a blessing, but that didn't help much. Lessen a bit but never really got rid of them.

Thank you for reading.
Lealeigh in Chalk Man
Hello Tweed,

I read this story of yours before I registered on this site. You linked it on Metzalnawa's story in the comments. I really like stories where entities are fascinated by children's toys! I also couldn't help but notice that we are the same age - not that it has anything to do with my comment.

I want to ask you about what you remember of the the strange color of the sky after the storm. Where I live, during stormy weather, there is sometimes a green tint mixed with a strange looking brightness; it is also mixed with an uneven pattern of overcast. It usually happens at times when the weather service warns us of possible tornados in the area. Was there any green in the sky that you remember?

I really enjoyed this story. It is in my favorites.

- Maria
Please do not fret about your English - I understood perfectly what you were saying. As to your first paranormal incident, I want to say it was residual - if it weren't for the fact that it ended abruptly when you opened the door. Residuals will not do that, so it hints at intelligence. Otherwise, the only other possibility might be that you heard a neighbor's conversations. However, I do not know how close you lived to others at the reported time of your incident.
silverthane61 in Unexpected Wake Up
I hope this was an incident of being in a "dream-awake" stage. People can experience this condition without being subject to normal sleep paralysis. In this case, you can often experience vivid audial-visual illusions. If this was not such an incident, then your faith must be strong as witnessed by the effectiveness of your prayer.
silverthane61 in Her Creepy Smile- 2
This does provide some closure to the story that you posted earlier concerning this incident. I choose to believe that she appeared to you to give you her thanks for being nice to her father.
Hi Metzalnawa,

Thanks for sharing, I'm very interested in the manner of light these golf ball things emitted as I saw a figure glowing dimly once. I wrote about it here:

I don't wish to blow my own trumpet linking like that, but you seemed curious in similar experiences. Can't say mine was that similar to yours but the style of light might be. I didn't experience a feeling of it being inside my thought space afterwards, except for naturally thinking it over of course. The infinity feeling you described is so curious. I can't relate to that with the figure I saw. But for you this feeling has profoundly stuck in your memory. Perhaps it's the hippy in me but it sounds like whatever those balls of light were they conveyed a strong universal message. I wonder if your concern over Chucky and Gremlins somehow drew them to you, the light balls I mean, not Chucky and pals.

I know it was terrifying at the time but I hope you're now glad you had this odd experience.
Hi Jelly,

I was going to suggest fog/mist as a physical cause, then remembered you were there during summer. So there goes that theory.

I captured a ghost in a photo during a brief time of being a nonbeliever. I deleted the picture on purpose and have regretted it ever since. At leat you didn't do anything as dumb as that. I'm not big on conspiracy theories but it does seem the ethereal have a hand in what physical evidence we're allowed to share amongst ourselves. Ghosts be sneaky.

I can't say this with great confidence however, this obsession you had as a 7 year old and your fear of death may have had something to do with the way you died in a previous life? This Angel who appeared to you, might have being your spirit guide offering you some encouragement?

Ian Stevenson (psychiatrist) did some excellent work in regards to his case study of children and their accounts of reincarnation over a span of 20 years in several country's where he concluded the phenomenon was valid enough to put his reputation behind it based on an element of testimony he just found impossible to be anything else. The study started out as a scientific debunking exercise however ended an extremely interesting case study of 2000 children of which those in the field today, acknowledge as near fact.

I watched a few of these accounts on line and generally when there was any sort of trauma in the way the child died previously, often they would return carrying symptoms of the pre life incident,fear,anxiety and just maybe, this was the catalyst that sparked you into 101 questions for mum and not necessarily an account of existentialism?

Apparently, according to Michael Newton's research, we have choices on the other side to come back and finish our mission or face our fears, we also have the choice to reincarnate onto other planets with full recall of all previous lives and there is around 39 million of them in our galaxy alone, of which I believe through an account of remote viewing, I was privileged enough to have a bo peep and that experience was quite interesting either that or it was my imagination?. Anyway, hanging around the spiritual realm growing a beard that will hit the floor might just be a tad too boring and take eternity to complete thus the motivation why we do it all again for the rest of the hipsters? Btw,

I do wonder if your mother remembered you saying anything else around that time unusual?

Anyway, just to offer something a little different from previous post. Reincarnation sucks, no thank you I'd prefer to lay on a beach and chill out listening to rhythm and blues, however through the work of Ian Stevenson, Michael newton and many others, It's a done deal, however I'm choosing a more peaceful planet where people actually get along instead of trying to kill each other over spilled milk. 😐

Regards Daz
I am so sorry for all the pain and loss you have suffered. I hope you are able to eventually find peace. It does seems like the white lady may have been trying to warn you of your daughter's impending death. Sadly, with opioid/heroin addiction, death is too frequently the only way out. I hope she found peace at last, too.
Lealeigh in The Mountain

Thanks but I'm not worried about karma points anymore. I don't care where they go. I don't even care if they go into the negatives. I was only angry a couple months ago because I was worried that other people would think that I was not trying to be helpful.

I have decided that karma points were a rookie concern of mine. I don't ever look at anyone's karma points so why should I think that I might be judged on mine?

I don't.

I'm going to distance myself from this karma point subject. It takes away from the value of the comment section.

I wish I was at the beach right now.

- Maria
Sleeping-with-steve in The Mountain
Hello LeighLea,

Jubelee gave me some great self cleansing information. It has kept me strong and confident. I didn't know about the ocean.🏖️

I'm always at the beach because I live on the coast and love the fresh air. I get a cappuccino and head to different beaches near me every day.☕

I just up voted you again. I've decided that I will keep up voting you until your stats make it to the thousands. My new motto... Take Marias karma points into the thousands. 😉 Lol.

Best wishes,
This is interesting since it's the twist ending to the Thai movie Shutter (also a US remake). Either the concept of literally having a spirit on your back for a wrongdoing is a common belief in that area (Laos and Thailand) or the author saw the movie and incorporated it into her story. Either way, it's a great metaphorical analogy for guilt weighing one down.
WontTellYouMyName in Her Creepy Smile- 2
Sounds spooky. Could you please post the picture you clicked of her?
Lealeigh in The Mountain

Months ago, Rook said that the beach is another good place to go if you want to do a personal cleansing of your negative energy; if you get in the water, Mother Earth can help to pull the negativity out. I can't find the place where he said it.

So, you may have something there. Every time I have gone to the beach, I have felt better.

Thank you for your confidence! It was in August that I decided that I would quit on New Year's Day. My stepfather has COPD and my mother has Bronchitis that keeps recurring; it's really scary and I don't want to be sick all of the time like they are.

- Maria
majarlika012 in Unexpected Wake Up
I agree with lady-glow. That could be sleep paralysis.

Sleep paralysis is when, during waking up or falling asleep, a person is aware but unable to move or speak. During an episode, one may hallucinate (hear, feel, or see things that are not there), which often results in fear. Lack of sleep or a shifting sleep schedule can also cause sleep paralysis.

Was there any incident after that?
Hi Ynah05! Welcome to YGS. Your story is fine though with some grammatical concerns, but it is still comprehensible.

I have a few questions, if you don't mind.

1. How many rooms were there in your house? Were they close to each other?
-I am thinking that maybe, if your room and the room of your parents and siblings were beside each other, then you probably heard them talking when they're inside their room.

2. How many minutes did it take when you peed and opened the door to see if they're in the living room?
-again, my theory is that you probably heard them, right, but while you're peeing, they turned off the tv and got inside their room.

I am not sure if the fact that you can walk through a dark street alone is good or bad. You see, there are some dangers. You might not see paranormal beings but you might encounter bad people.

Your safety is still more important than the thrill paranormal things can give you. 😉
lady-glow in Her Creepy Smile- 2
"As soon as I crossed him, my friend with whom I spoke, called me to my mobile and said he is the father of Ishiatha "

How did your friend see that you had crossed Ishiatha's dad? Was she watching while you were walking home or was she spying on you from her window with a pair of binoculars? Or, perhaps, she saw you encounter the man using a crystal ball? (Just kidding!)

I'm a little confused about the timeline of the events, I understand that you saw Ishiatha at the stadium BEFORE your encounter with her father, - right?

Are you suggesting that her interaction with you was based on an event that would happen in the future?

"I saw this uncle whom I meet every day at Stadium during my night walk"

"On this specific day, the stadium was eerily silent and there was no one when I went there at 10 pm"

" Did she meet me to say thanks for been there for her dad on that night or is she upset with me for meeting her dad (or else why to give a creepy smile)?"

Wouldn't it make more sense to think that that night she might had been looking for her father at the stadium but he wasn't there due, perhaps, to his distress after the death of his daughter?

I have asked before if you could share her pictures with us, to which you answered "Sure, I will share it", could you take a picture of her (obituary) poster and share it too?
lady-glow in The Mountain
Kudos to you. The first step is always the hardest one to take.

You CAN do it!
Sleeping-with-steve in The Mountain
Congratulations LeighLea on giving up smoking.

Think of the money you are saving and how much better your health will be.

I gave up too and the first week was difficult. I just went out for a drive to the beach and had a cappuccino and tried not to think about it.

I up voted you and would up vote you several more times just for giving up smoking. 😉

Well done Maria.
lady-glow in Unexpected Wake Up
Hello sourball.

What you experienced could be sleep paralysis, a normal reaction of the brain in which a person's body is immobilized in order to prevent them from acting their dreams, it is common to hallucinate during this asleep-awake stage.

Have the disturbances increased after that day?

Perhaps performing a cleansing/blessing of the house according to your religious beliefs could help to stop the activity.

Thanks for sharing.

Thank you for coming back with this information. I really feel terrible for Ishiatha's father! I hope he will be better soon.

- Maria
Lealeigh in The Mountain
Hello YGS,

On New Year's Day, I quit smoking. My anxiety level is out of this world but I am still going strong at fifteen days. This is very difficult; my stepfather thinks it's really funny to blow smoke in my face.

I learned a new word:


I will now quote myself:
"Quitting smoking is not Hell but it is under the suzerainty of Hell."

I have posted this on YGS because there are several members on this site that knew of my New Year's resolution to quit smoking. If I make it to February, hopefully, I won't be thinking about it anymore and I will make no announcement.
Miracles51031 in She Has My Face
Lealeigh - you are very close on the ages designated as Young Adult. From our Site Administrator, this is the breakdown:

"The age categories are pretty broad, I didn't want to be overly specific for privacy reasons:

20 or less = teenager
20 - 40 = young adult
40 - 60 = middle age adult
60 or more = senior adult"
Hey AugustaM! Ah I'm going to try that! Thanks!:-)

This weekend was again a bit more active (sounds) and the cats were following something again:-) I'm so curious about these things, but I do get scared easily, haha!

I am assuming that you are "graydimensions", the writer of this story.

I saw all of your comments before I went to work and, now that I am back, I guess I will say the same thing that I thought earlier:

The impression that I get from the comments, that were made six years ago, and the writing style of the narrative itself make me think that this story is just a rehashing of a locally known tragedy.

You say that you were present during an investigation of this house; how formal was this investigation? You didn't go into very great detail. I would like to have read more on YOUR experiences investigating the Sparks' House; this website is called "" and I would have more of an emotional involvement in the story if there were more details about what you have felt in that location.

Maybe, since you are "back", you could provide more details about the paranormal anomalies that go on with the house.

The final thing that I will ask about is actually the detail that made me curious about all of this in the first place. Ten hours ago, you made a series of comments responding to people. You responded to a user named "aura_reader". You said:

"I don't like narcissist either... No deception or out of line perspective upon critisism taken."

Does that mean that you're not offended?

If you should happen to respond to me, please do it in the language style that you use in the real world.

JellyBean12 (guest) in My Neighbor's House

There are more stories for me to tell. I just don't have the facts straight yet. I'm working on writing it down. But I do need some time to get it together. There more coming and also I will tell some stuff about Mrs.Linda's husband house too. 🤔
freakedoutfreddy in She Has My Face
No offense dude, find a new hobby your writing skills suck. 😜 😁 😁
angel_from_heaven, nice selectiveand creative username. 🙂 But yeah. Thank you.
aura_reader, I don't like narcissist either... No deception or out of line perspective upon critisism taken. 🤔
ashleycook and ncfirefighter854 thank you for sharing. Nice to see locals here! ❤️
nightsky424 and whitebuffalo, no internet research needed for the facts of the original post, witnesses, testimonies. Local witnesses, family and friends are enough evidence pertaining to the post. Thanks to the folks who submitted newspaper clippings. 🙂
Casparks10 Thank you for sharing. ❤️
Zzsgranny mod, Thank you for sharing. ❤️
Lealeigh in She Has My Face

The site has designated your profile as belonging to a "young adult". You have to have been born between 1981 and 2001.

It seems kind of cynical to say that there were more quacks in the medical profession just because it was in the past. Trust me, I know cynical. Hell, it wasn't THAT long ago.

I don't really mean any offense.

- Maria
I would like to thank everyone for your comments on this submission. My apologies for the delay in answering sooner. I actually just read the comments today. Yes it's been a long time since no reply. I've been dealing with the loss of two brothers and personal health issues since this story was published. The information here is based on my nephews close friendship with the family. He's from Avery County and knew details about this incident. Some of you wish to believe that this story was fabricated or blown out of proportion. Well you are wrong, however it's your opinion. You may believe what you wish. I've been to the house along with my nephew. It's quite amped up with energy there. I wouldn't go back. My nephew has spent quite a bit of time listening to the elder friend, family tell the facts of the story as well as time inside the Andrew Sparks house. 🙂
Lealeigh in I Believe Her

I think the tactics they both used against your friend are a form of controlling her; they both wanted to scar her in the same way because it would limit her options in the world.

Inside of their minds they felt secure that they would never be left alone in the world if Gloria felt like she wouldn't be accepted anywhere else.

I think that's why I said that I could never forgive such a thing; that kind of abuse has it's roots in something very sick.

I had a very close friend in my twenties that was in a relationship with a guy who did the same thing; he pulled her hair out by the roots. I feel like I did what I legally could for her; he would never strike me when I got between them. He went to jail a bunch of times but she would always end up with him again.

In the end, their relationship ended when he went to prison for some other great, lumbering character flaw. He's still there, as far as I know.

I am glad that your friend got away.

- Maria
lady-glow in She Has My Face

Has anyone else's BS detector gone off?!?!?

"they induced her and I was born very very early because (this is embarrassing) while in the womb I was about to make a bowel movement and they had to get me out before I did or I would have died in there too."

Sunshinemilia... Are you aware that, during gestation, babies feed and eliminate body waste through the umbilical cord?
Haven in I Believe Her
Hi, Maria.

I don't know why but I am unable to vote you up. It tells me to vote for someone else.

Gloria has scars in her head from when her mom's ring cut her skin. When Gloria was 17 years old she moved in with a guy that physically, and emotionally abused her. She stayed with him for 3 years until the guy's own sister helped her move out. She has a spot on her head where hair won't grow from when this guy literally pulled her hair out. It is so unbelievable that this guy and her mother both used the same methods to abuse her. According to Gloria, both always liked to hit her with stuff on the head. They would both tie her up so you wouldn't run away and they both liked telling her that she was worthless and that she would be better off dead. To me, it seems worse when this abuse comes from your own mother. What amazes me the most, is how can someone that has endured so much in her life be such a kind, thoughtful and generous person? My friend Gloria is one of the most kind people I know. She's been through so much, she deserves to be rewarded.
Thank you for all of your input and comments in regard to this, it's very interesting to read all of your knowledge on this! And apologies for not replying sooner.

MusingsGrace you make some very interesting points, one including the fact that people would sing this song at pubs. I decided to do a little research on the property to understand it's history. I found out that before farmers lived there, it was a pub where many workers and people would pass. It was directly next to a canal so it had a lot of traffic come it's way.

In regards to any more information I can give, here goes:

The music - it was definitely instrumental. Like a violin or something similar. It was faint but loud enough if that makes any sense!

The house - it was built in the 1700s after further research.

The history - my grandmother had only lived there for 10 years before her passing. Before her were apparently farmers. Again I think I need to do a little more probing with family to see if they recall anything that sticks out to them.

Location - based near the River Severn in Gloucestershire, England.

I do hope this helps somewhat! I'll come back with anything else I find.
sunshinemilia in She Has My Face
[at] Breaghboo we live in a small city in the south and at the time of my birth it was even smaller than now. Doctors here, while most are very amazing and would never intentionally commit malpractice, there are a good chunk of doctors that are very... Shady. (many been caught practicing while on drugs or lying to patients.) I suppose I should have elaborated on the circumstances of my/our birth. My mother was quick to believe the medical records because when she was about 5 or 6 months pregnant with me my father threw her over a desk and she began to bleed heavily. She didn't go to the doctor until her next ultrasound and either then or shortly after they induced her and I was born very very early because (this is embarrassing) while in the womb I was about to make a bowel movement and they had to get me out before I did or I would have died in there too. I wonder why they never saw another on the ultrasound but it's not unheard of for them to be missed but from what I can tell my parents were not big on ultrasound so I assume before I was born was the only time they had gotten one. However, even on the chance that the medical records are wrong I still have the question of what the heck is that thing that's been in my house pretending to be me?
Lealeigh in I Believe Her

"Gloria has scars on her head from where her mom used to hit her with a ring she wore on her finger."

I am happy that you say that Gloria isn't beaten down by years of abuse. I am not sure if I would be able to care so much for a person if they left scars on my face; scars that are still visible decades later.

This might be vanity talking but if I still had scars from being routinely cut in the face by someone's (diamond?) ring, I believe that I would wash my hands of the situation. I have never been accused of being "too nice".

I believe that your friend, Gloria, will be rewarded eventually for her forgiveness.

- Maria
Bibliothecarius in I Believe Her
Greetings, Haven:

Thanks for your informative & detailed response.

When you described that some of Gloria's siblings used to intercede on her behalf, I felt a rush of joy: "Aha! There *is* hope for some stable sibling friendships in Gloria's life!" Knowing that even a couple of them are willing to sympathize with Gloria means that some of my more dire fears are unjustified.

Staring fixedly at that silver lining,
Haven in I Believe Her
Hi, LuciaJacinta.

I can't wait to read your story about your patient with dementia.

Thank you.
Haven in I Believe Her
Hi, Biblio.

Don't mind hurting my feelings, I know you would not do it on purpose or to be mean, and I appreciate and value your opinion and advise.

Gloria's siblings often tell her they don't know how she can be taking care of their mother after all she put her through. Often times it was the siblings that would intercede on Gloria's behalf when she was being punished. They tell her they remember her mother leaving her bloodied and bruised from the beatings. Carmen had seven children, three from a previous marriage and 4 from Gloria's biological father. Most of her siblings tell Gloria to put their mother in a nursing home, one of them begs her to keep her and then there is the one that threatens Gloria with never "forgiving" her if she puts their mother away. None of them offer to help. Gloria has scars on her head from where her mom used to hit her with a ring she wore on her finger. Just recently, Gloria saw the ring in her mom's jewelry box and she went and pawned it. Gloria told me about it and was happy she was able to get rid of it. It amazes me how Gloria can tell me all of these horrible memories she has without breaking down. I consider myself a strong person and often times I end up in tears when she talks about her childhood.

I think, as does Gloria, that when Carmen passes the relationship between the siblings is going to be a lot worse than it is now. Carmen has accused Gloria of stealing from her and there are some family members (nieces and nephews included) that believe this is true and have told Gloria that she will get nothing form her mother's will.

Gloria's father was a very kind man. He married Carmen with 3 young children and cared and loved them as his own. Gloria tells me that Carmen was very mean to him as well. Carmen would punish Gloria and would send her to bed without dinner, when her dad got home he would hide parts of his own meal and sneak them up to her room when Carmen wasn't watching. Gloria said he preferred giving her part of his dinner than to have to argue and fight with Carmen.

I knew that Carmen would often complain about seeing and hearing people but I had not heard a description of the people until after I saw what I saw. I do not want to add to Gloria's stress so I have not told her what I heard and saw. In fact, I never tell anyone about the things I see, I don't want to come off as crazy or WORSE, a liar. The YGS community is pretty much the only people I can talk to about what has happened to me.

I really like reading your comments, even when not addressed to me, they have been very helpful. Thank you!
Haven in I Believe Her
Hi, Daz.

No apology needed, I know exactly what you are talking about. I have also heard about people getting better, almost miraculously, only to pass away days later. Your theory is very interesting and makes sense to me. I hope Carmen does try and make amends with Gloria before she passes, for both their sakes.

I will definitely keep you updated.

Haven in I Believe Her
Hi Tweed,

I believe Carmen was talking at the time. When I heard the giggling and I saw something run past the door I looked over at both Gloria and Carmen to see their reaction. They just carried on as if nothing. You are right about the child seeming to have been spoiled, she likes to run and hide from Carmen. I thought maybe she just wanted to play but what you say about this being a game to her sounds like it could be true. How creepy...
Hello shootingstargirl120,

Thank you for sharing your experience with us. I must admit that the locking incident quite interesting.

What I also found more interesting is that there is actually a university teaching a ghost hunting program. Would you be able to share the name of the university with us, please? I really would like to read the program outline.

In addition, your comments also stated that "I was mearly taking photos at a place my professor would by I could truly be doing the class work". Thinking that someone actually wrote a dissertation on ghost hunting and convinced his committee about his findings and got a PhD on that?

Last but not the least, I hope that you have managed to quit smoking. *Ducking here - because like fallenangel I don't think smoking in front an infant is the most the most responsible thing to do (even if you take all the precautions).

Anyways, apologies in advance if I ever upset you. Once again thank you for the story.
The little synchronicities in our lives that occur every so often give many of us hope and faith that there is more after death. In this case, I do believe your mother - or at least your guardian angel - was indeed giving you messages from beyond the veil.
Tiffanykelda in Ghostly Voices
I honestly believe that your parents are letting you know they are there. When my mum passed 18 months ago I would hear her call my name. I also would get little signs that at first I thought was down to my desire to speak with her and my imagination. I have also had trouble with relations that great a lot of negativity around me and in my life. I used to withdraw from them but me being me would then feel guilty, combative or like I was causing the issue. After my mum passed I found that whenever this person would try and get in contact with me my phone would simply not answer their call. I would be pressing the green phone icon and it just wouldn't accept. Sometimes when it did all I got was phone interference but when I had calls from other people immediately after there would be nothing wrong with my call. Withdrawing from this person has been nothing but a blessing in my personal situation. I do think that they help us put boundaries in place or protect us from negative influences. I obviously cannot say, not knowing the situation, if it is right to stay away from this person or even if it is possible, just that I relate to everything you have posted. For me personally it was a blessing. I am so sorry for loss but I truly believe the ones we love never really leave us and these things that happen are their way of letting us know they are there still looking out for us. ❤ ❤
Dear Silverthane61, Yes, I also believe something may have attached itself to me. I've done a lot of reading since the last episode. My girlfriend has mentioned healers. Maybe I need to look into this. The bad luck I've had these last 2 years is unbelievable, to say the least. And I am a logger, been working in the Mohawk valley. Wondering, as the bad luck all started on this one job, but has gone with me to 2 other jobs. And it's not just at work. The bad luck is every part of my life except, the only good thing has been, I met my girlfriend during the 2 years Hence, the only good luck in those 2 yrs
Dear Cherubim, I've also tried saging myself and the entire second house to no effect. No longer live at either place so can't get investigators in, but thanks for input.
Dear Lealeigh, I've done self cleansing with a burn stick of Sage but didn't seem to work. Thanks for the insight and will try this.
MrsRamsay, I'll be up in Frankfort today and will give you the exact address of the first apartment where it all began. But the second place where it breathed in my ear was Old Creek Rd, which is St Rt 168. The 911 address is 2374 St Rt 168 Mohawk. Something else I forgot to mention, there was a small room under stairs to upper apartment in the first place. I put a twin bed in there. I slept there just one night. I woke several times having same dream. Couldn't remember dream except Indians, it had something to do with Indians. It was a nightmare actually, I woke terrified 2 or 3 times over. Seemed like I was having same dream over n over. I never slept in that room again.
Lealeigh in I Believe Her

I cannot up-vote your comment enough. Especially this part:

"I'll tell you now: *when* Carmen dies, Gloria's going to be the most heartbroken of the kids but she'll get the least appreciation in Carmen's will."

It is so sad to me. You are probably right. I hope her siblings have their hearts in the right place.

- Maria
Lealeigh in My Three Hauntings
Hello Vickie and welcome to YGS,

I was wondering about something; I apologize, in advance, if I am mistaken with what I know of the Civil War. I didn't think that any battles took place as far north as Connecticut. Are you sure that you didn't mean to say that you lived near battle sites from "The Revolutionary War"?

I wish that I wasn't a "nit picker" but it hurts the front of my forehead to not "say" anything.

I am glad that you were able to work things out with your husband. As long as you're both happy and no one feels disrespected, I'm all for it. Even though it hurts me to hear about how many broken homes there are everywhere, it's worse for children to grow up in a place with unresolved tension; I would know.

Thank you for sharing your experiences.

- Maria
Bibliothecarius in I Believe Her
Greetings, Haven.

I believe Gloria, too.

I've been letting your narrative simmer in the back of my mind for the last few days. I wrote the first paragraph of a reply to you when it was initially published, 6 days ago, but thought that I could be stirring up trouble where reassurance and kindness were more necessary. You know me by now; I'm much better at facts & phenomena than people's feelings.

I deleted my initial response because I did not want to cause you any upset. However, the response won't go away & it has been nagging at me since I deleted it. That usually means I have to swallow my reservations and plunge into the discussion with a sense of trepidation.

Gloria's relationship with her mother is an unhealthy one. Abuse and criticism are all she's ever known from Carmen, so Gloria's tolerating more of the familiar unkindness she knew as a child. Though this is damaging, it's damage she is telling herself she can handle because she has carried the burden before. I recognize emotional endurance & defense walls when I read them. --Interesting that, now they're all grown, the other kids don't want to deal with the real face of the mother who loved them as kids; they're even ok with Gloria being made to carry their share of the burden.--

I'll tell you now: *when* Carmen dies, Gloria's going to be the most heartbroken of the kids but she'll get the least appreciation in Carmen's will. Gloria's siblings may go along with this, too, as leaving Gloria out was normal for them in the past & in the present, so the future won't change their dynamic *unless* one or two siblings have reached out to build better relationships with Gloria without Carmen as a factor.

Now, to the more paranormal aspects of this narrative.

In your response to Cherubim, you stated: " to see her dead husband, Gloria's father,...she curses him and starts insulting Gloria about her 'good for nothing father' bothering her. Her husband is just as forgiving as Gloria because Carmen made his life hell when he was alive, I don't understand why he would come back to try to help her cross over." Carmen's husband is there because he's filled with the same mercy one finds in the truly kind or in the unexpectedly forgiven. He still loves her and can see past her flaws to the soul that is lashing out in pain (mostly at Gloria). I suspect he can see the scars from whoever abused Carmen earlier in life that make her aggressive and unpleasant now. (I'll add that I think he's a hell of a lot kinder than I am.)

Oddly, I got the most negative reaction from the spirit of the girl "about 5 years old, with a blue dress and ponytails," who "stands by her bed and just stares at her. Carmen asks her who she is and what she wants, the little girl just giggles. When Carmen gets up and tries to come close to her, the little girl runs and hides behind a chair or goes in the closet, all the while laughing." I do not believe that this entity is kind *at all.* I agree with Leighlea, "It chooses to harass Carmen because Carmen is most likely not to be believed."

Your witness of the event "I saw something run across the bedroom" and "it was something with blue clothes" appears to corroborate the details of Carmen's claims, though your anticipation of the spirit's appearance wearing "a blue dress and ponytails," may have shaped your perception of her to some degree. I think it wanted you to mention its presence to further unsettle Gloria; if Gloria has a breakdown due to stress & exhaustion, she's another potential target for harassment.

The lack of internal logic that "there is a man that she knows was hired by Gloria to kill her, this man tells her that he wants her dead." If Gloria hired a hitman, why would he just appear & try to scare Carmen to death with verbal threats? I'm inclined to agree with "that it is part of Carmen's dementia."

There's more to discuss, but it's late, so I'll leave it there for now.

aussiedaz in I Believe Her

Looking over my last post I may have come across a little insensitive to the health status of Carmen, that was not my intention assuming her end may be near. ''apology there''.

I stand by the research that suggest people close to death do have increase levels of paranormal activity, however, this may not be the case with Carmen.

I would probably keep a diary of things Carmen said and asked her if she knew their names?, the end may be a long way off however, when they talk about their spouses and parents visiting, that may be a sign things are getting worse. Gloria seems like a great, kind forgiving daughter for looking after her mother, bless her heart!

Regards Daz
Cherubim in Ghostly Voices
Oh wow! I do believe both of your parents are warning you. I'd stay away from the creepy in law. I don't think it's weird that you talk to your folks, I do it from time to time too. It brings me comfort. If you are hearing them say "yes," I'd listen. ❤ I'm so sorry for your loss. God bless and thank you for sharing your story.
Cherubim in My Three Hauntings
After I moved in next to a graveyard I started having happenings too. It's amazing to me how children can see what we don't. 😳 I commend you for yelling at that entity to never scare your grandson again! It's a blessing you never heard from it again too. I think you may have also experienced sleep paralysis when that book was thrown to wake you up. I've had it happen, but not that intense! I believe something saved you as well. That's creepy how someone hung their self in the cell and you sensed it. Fascinating story, thank you for sharing.
WOW, that is strange! 😳 Maybe it's a kind of premonition. Or maybe it's a real man, did you try to talk to him? I would have ran up and told him all you've said here to see what he thought. Thank you for sharing this interesting story.
Cherubim in Musical Ghost
Maybe by sharing stories it makes what ever entities around you more active. Since you can't be sure if it was a dream or real, it could have been a dream. Strange about the blinking lights though. I would have pulled the covers over my head too! 😨 Thank you for sharing your story.
Tiffanykelda, thank you for taking the time to read my story. ❤ It truly is a wonderful feeling when someone else can relate to what we are sharing! I'm so sorry you lost your mother, but I believe we will all be together again in a much better place. So now you can let your ex know you've met someone else with a similar experience!
Lealeigh in Wandering Soul

I believe, if you have the feeling that it is your Grandmother and if nothing else happens to change that feeling, then it's good for you to think that. It's comforting to think of a recently deceased family member, taking a last look before they leave this world.

In 2016, my Grandmother died, after years of illness. During the last months of her illness, she never wanted her bedroom door closed; from her bed, with the door open, she had a good view of most of the living areas of the house. It was comforting for her to know which areas of the house we were in; if she needed anything, she knew where we were.

After she died, my mother, my aunt and I all lived in the house for a short while. It was almost a month and we were taking care of whatever loose ends existed with the house (my aunt was selling it).

For some reason, each one of us felt more comfortable with my Grandmother's bedroom door closed. Maybe for my mother and aunt, it was because my Grandmother died in that room; I never asked them why they wanted it closed. For my part, it was because of my cat. While my Grandmother was living, she would never allow my cat in her room (my cat has a strange and endearing habit - when someone is sick, he is compelled to always lay at the foot of their bed; it always seems like he wants to protect them).

After she died, my cat had this incredible attraction to her bedroom. I felt like it was wrong, somehow, for him to be in there because he looked as if he were taking advantage of the situation.

Whenever any of us closed the door, there would be a brief waiting period and the door would swing back open. There was no exception; whenever I was the one to see it happen, I would also hear the door knob turn.

I think, that if you feel that it is your Grandmother, then it is okay to do so.

Thank you for sharing your story!

- Maria
This makes me miss my purebred Siberian husky, desperately. My mom got her when she was pregnant with me, as a puppy. Her name was Tanya. We literally grew up together. Until I was in fifth grade. From the time I was in the womb. She had one blue eye, and one brown eye. She was a special girl. Very special. Dogs are the best.
I have my English black lab Liza, here with me today. Sometimes I feel like we don't even deserve their pure and sacred souls. Anyone who doesn't treasure all animals, is someone I know I'll personally never trust. LOL
Yikes. Snakes aren't slimy, but that's horrifying, nonetheless. There's tales of these monstrous sized snakes. That's so scary.
aussiedaz in I Believe Her
There is a phenomenon I only stumbled onto a couple of years ago, of which I found to be valid especially when I had listened to the phenomenon through the eyes of some nurses and doctors. Apparently, there have been people with Alzheimer's and dementia who have basically lost all knowledge for months or even years who have regained 100 percent of their memory just before they died.

Sometimes it's about a week away from dying that these people regain full memory of and their loved ones (who btw) think it's some sort of miracle of which sadly ends with the person passing away... It can be a week before, however generally it is with in the last 24 hours of their life and as I said, I have listened to a few doctors and researchers talk about the phenomenon, so I'm satisfied something really strange is going on? Although the high priest of our scientific community won't give it the time of day in the sense of trying to explain how the friggen brain could recover the way it does?...anyway that's another topic,

This one poor lass, who was born a deaf mute and basically institutionalised her entire life with nothing more than medically assistance to keep her alive... 24 hours or maybe less before she died she was basically sitting on her bed singing and talking to the doctors like nothing was wrong... The doctors were stumped?

Theory: mind don't belong to body, body belongs to mind... The body is an avatar and perhaps when the spiritual self is ready to leave the earth Matrix (in these rare case's)... It doesn't matter how chemically broken down the brain is their spirit basically just comes through and communicate's as if everything were fine and if you believe in an after life, is this phenomenon circumstantial evidence of how consciousness exist outside the brain and not a by product of the neurons and micro tubules as some hard core materialist assume it is? Btw... No one knows? Science is only based on what they can measure.

This phenomenon doesn't happen to often Haven, however if it does with Carmen, you'll know the end is near. Carmen may try and make it up with Gloria before she goes that would not surprise me.btw,

If it does occur please let me know, I'm still researching these types of accounts they are extremely interesting. The account may be an hallucination, however the research shows that when people are dying... The level of paranormal activity does start to increase.

Regards Daz
LuciaJacinta in I Believe Her
I have a very similar story about a patient I had with dementia. I need to write it out and submit it.

Totally believe the story.
Hi Pooja,

How was aura when that lady was present and after she went? Was it same or different?
Tweed in I Believe Her
Hi Haven,

Maybe with everything going on it's easier for Gloria to block out any additional paranormal weirdness and only focus on the here and now.
When you heard the giggling and Gloria did not, was she talking at that moment? Chuckles might be picking her moments when she knows for certain who will and won't hear her. Sounds like a right little Missy.
Children can be cruel, she may have been spoiled. This would be like a big game where you can control an adult.

There was an experience here a few years back. The woman was a caregiver of some sort. She saw the same thing a patient was said to have hallucinated. I think it was from Ireland. I'll link it here if I find it.

Thanks for sharing this, sorry it's such a difficult situation. There are experiences, like the one I mentioned, to support some paranormal awareness in degenerative conditions. I say that with great trepidation as there are many who would wrongly take a paranormal angle to self diagnose.
FreshEyes in 1 Last Cut
I believe you. This happens when the body needs or wants to be ready for their next journey. Which I think happened here.

My aunt, before passing away. She asked for a glass of water and asked some help for she to take a leak. I think she is getting ready for her long journey.
Hi nightrider66--Quite often when a person believes they're seeing an apparition of a living person it's a case of mistaken identity. From a distance, even with binoculars, it's easy to think someone resembles someone familiar to them, or as in your case, will soon meet.

That said, in psychical literature there are hundreds of well documented cases of "apparitions of the living." Often these are what are referred to as "crises apparitions", or apparitions that appear soon before the person witnessed dies. There are also seemingly otherwise random cases, much like your own, where a living person is seen going about otherwise mundane activities when it's known they can't be where they are seen or aren't noticed by others nearby. This seems to often be, as are apparitions of the dead, a telepathic communication between the two parties.

There are many case studies of apparitions of the living that have been compiled by the Society of Psychical Research. One of the most comprehensive, and groundbreaking works, was a book titled Phantasms of the Living, that was written by early S.P.R. Researchers Frederick Myers, Edmund Gurney and Frank Podmore and which was published back in 1886. Although mostly centered on "crisis" cases, it does include examples of people witnessing apparitions of living family members and friends going about otherwise mundane activities. These cases appear with regularity in S.P.R. Literature.

Thanks for sharing your interesting account, it's clear it has left a lasting impression on you.

If I can just elaborate on the theory a little bit more, according to Bruce Lipton (Biologist) we have trillions of cells in our body of which each have their own antenna's...basically they are picking up signals from or with in the spiritual realm?. Our brains are basically the place where we interpret what we see and you fall into that percentage who can see more than others.

The White lady, Old Hag syndrome probably work along the lines of a universal poltergeist fixated in the fabric of the universe on the plank scale poised to be tapped into by anyone gifted enough to receive it's transmission albeit a curse depending how you think about it,lol... As to what created it? People seem to think a poltergeist that occurs with in a home, are due to angry teenagers with emotional issues making the home come to life as haunted, so it seems logical to me, these types of phenomenons would work the same?

The precognition of your daughters death unbeknown to you at the time, although maybe not a an subliminal level was perhaps the catalyst that emotionally stimulated your account?. The White lady presenting herself to you at a distance, although unnerving... It was not in your face until you invited her into your space. Interestingly, seeing her three times may vindicate that it was a message... There is something significant about anything that comes in three's.

Regards Daz
I am so sorry about the loss of your mum but I definitely believe that she is sending you signs. I just love that she is letting you know. My mum passed 18 months ago and I believe she sends me signs through music.

Both me and my mum loved an artist called Ben Howard. He had a song called keep your head up and we would sing it all the time. Recently after a hurtful breakup, when I was missing my mum the most, I was in the Netherlands (I live in the uk) studying as part of a scholarship. I had bad imposter syndrome and was really debating my worth, my future. If I was capable of doing this research project, if I was smart enough. I wanted to change who I was, wanted to change my look even. I missed her so much and felt so alone and the future scary. I walked into the hotel to check in and the song came on as I entered. Five minutes before I had asked her for a sign that I wasn't going to fail, that I just needed to know she was there. Thing is Ben Howard is quite alternative and the whole time I was in the rural area of the Netherlands I didn't really hear alternative British music. That was the one and only time that I did. Although we both shared many special songs together (we both went to festivals and gigs a lot) this song fitted my situation perfectly. It has a line 'keep your head up, keep your heart strong, my darling, keep your mind set, keep your hair long' I felt my heart swell, just like she had given me a hug. It's the feeling, the certainty that accompanies those moments as I have had a few of them. I could feel her presence. Sorry for rambling! Thank you for sharing your experience, reinforces my belief that people send you signs as my Ex said I was looking for things that weren't there. ❤
[at] SilverThane61: I am inclined to agree, at least in part.

All these tales indicate *something*. Doesn't, however, confirm exactly what... 🤔
silverthane61 in The Poke
I love to collect old cures for different ailments. The use of salt is common, but this is the first time that I have herd about using onions. There is also a pretty interesting cleansing ritual published on this site on occasion. I find that the more fear is taken out of the equation, the shorter the hauntings seem to last - at least the seemingly malignant ones.
AugustaM in I Believe Her
I understand your trepidation- say a prayer for yourself according to your beliefs (if it is not against what you believe in, ask your ancestors or guardian spirits/angels or the positive energy of the universe to go with you). Wear something that empowers you be it an icon or your favorite pair of power boots - if you believe something will help or protect you, that can give it the power to do so.
I wonder if the man you saw at the party was a ghost. If not, then he was certainly wearing what I would consider as strange clothes to a birthday party. Did he exhibit any strange behavior at the party? Otherwise, I also tend to succumb to the time slip/dimensional viewing hypothesis already mentioned previously.
Lealeigh in Edith's House

Dusting is one of my motivations for keeping my things clutter free. It is a pain to have to move a million things. I have some painted clay vases (I bought them at Kachina Village in Arizona) and, when I have to dust, I always worry that spiders are living in them.

Everyone says that Edith's first husband was cool. They said her second one was cool but he was really quiet all of the time. I think he saw "Bill", the first husband.

It kind of makes me shudder to think of what happened to make him build himself a new living room and bedroom. Maybe Bill's ghost kept walking in there at night.

At the time that I heard the footsteps, you couldn't have told me that they were residual. I sensed someone there. I felt like whoever was there wanted an answer.

I am very happy that you liked my story! I like what you said about Bill's ghost; I never felt threatened.

- Maria
Tweed in Edith's House
Hi Lealeigh,

Cluttered homes always seem to harbour old ghosts, in the literal sense. I feel it must have a lot to do with a reluctance to embrace change, therefore a slowing of time. Objects, old and new, layer their energies in something of a feedback loop. Can't shake the feeling the combined result is an easy environment for Ghosties to make themselves known.

Personally I prefer a pleasantly cluttered home to a sparse one. I also enjoy energies coming from this and that, within reason. I used to be a hoarder, perhaps not a text book example, but I know I was on that path. With a shedload of determination I rewired my behaviour. These days I have a clear definition of what is sentimental and what is object. As a hoarder I would make excuses as to why an object of no value to me was sentimental. Ultimately I was afraid of losing myself. But I created that very fear by hoarding junk and garbage.
These days I look for things to throw away, and enjoy a good decluttering. Because it puts the truly sentimental treasures back on show, or easy to access.

One thing all overly cluttered homes have in common is dust. You can't move anything without dusting it first. How I hated that. But think about it from an amassed energy standpoint. I don't wish to freak you out but I wouldn't think it much of a stretch those footsteps being an in-action-howdy, instead of a residual. They sounded very purposeful and in keeping with the moment. Good sign they kept to their side of the threshold. Seems a polite soul.

Cool narrative, joy to read. Thanks for sharing.
Manafon - Thanks for your response. I have difficulty accepting the "one fits all" scenario. Aussiedaz, as always, also has a very interesting theory on this.

Elle please don't take this as criticism aimed at your experience, that isn't the case at all. Firstly, I don't have the right to criticise anybody in this regard because quite honestly at times I feel like a mariner of old trying to navigate the oceans without a map!

Regards, Melda

You may be right about the collective consciousness of grieving mothers creating the White Lady phenomenon due to their heartaches of loss, I do concur with you in relation to your assumption.

We are consciousness conductors in a spiritual realm entangled with in a physical Matrix of which at it's core more resembles a computer simulation, Tom Campbell a NASA physicist wrote a book claiming our universe is basically a virtual reality, he touches on the metaphysics of which he would claim your account is basically a down load from the universe. So what nature of crisis put it there? Agree!

In 1984, I had an encounter with the Old hag lady of which played out in a physical field of horror... Talk about unnerving lol... It too in my opinion, is a download from the universe and not an actual old annoying lady getting kicks out of frightening people around the world half to death, I haven't really given it much thought as to how she was created? Perhaps she may have come about in the late 16th century when women were killed for being witches? Ironically, only a couple of years ago, did I have another account with the old hag... Is it Karma from a past life? If so, can you please move along and leave me alone.

I feel you are an old soul Elle, your journey thus far has been a pretty tough one, I'd be interested to know if you have ever experienced a ghost enter into your body or walk straight through you as you laid in bed, I may have a message for you if that be the case.

Hang in there mate, keep your chin up you'll see her again.

Regards Daz
Hi and thanks for the interesting story! It's compelling to me that you can't find the video. I've had a number of both photos and videos over the years that I suspected had paranormal stuff in them. Many times when I want to find them, they simply can't be found, yet I'll find them later. It's made me wonder... Perhaps we're not supposed to be looking at such stuff. It's frustrating. So now I have a file that I call X File. Easy to find at the end of my list of folders, and I try to keep anything suspicious in it.
Lealeigh in Edith's House

That's really funny. You were referencing my "dark and hatted shadow" from my comment in Elle's story.

I thought about calling it a "shadow wearing a hat" but that label doesn't do justice to my feelings on "Hatman" - which are very small feelings.

And so, I declared the word "hatted" to be structurally sound enough.
Bibliothecarius in Edith's House
Wisconsin lady: My first thought was "the lights don't stick well in colder spaces, do you have extra Command strips?" 🤔

Leighlea: on a different thread you weren't sure about "hatted" being a word. It has been used in English since 1552. 😉


"5 percent of suicides are pre planned before birth, an elderly old person tired of living may fit under that umbrella if they have reached a certain stage of their journey and wish the curtain would fall"

That's a very interesting point of view about suicide, in my opinion, there are many instances in which death is freedom. Unfortunately suicide has been stigmatized through history by many cultures and religions.
I imagine a person's consciousness might carry the weight of this stigma after crossing to the other side making them afraid of whatever they were forced to believe would be waiting for the ones who have chose to exit through this way.

Although I was spared all the problems that came after Grandpa's death, I know that the people closest to him had a hard time dealing with it.

Thanks for your kind words.
Hi Melda--I just wanted to quickly chime in on the White Lady. Two years a go I witnessed a full bodied apparition that appeared as what could be described as a "White Lady" (I will write about it someday and submit it to YGS) but reports and legends of not only White Ladies but blue and gray ladies and men are common.

When I lived in South Carolina there was a local legend about "The Blue Lady" who supposedly haunted a lighthouse I used to frequent and on an island up the coast from where I lived, there was an apparition of a gray man who was supposed to appear before every major hurricane that was to strike the island.

Apparitions often appear as a washed out single hue, possibly because the energy the spirit once had to manifest as a "solid" looking entity had started to fade or because the possible telepathic link between entity and the human mind is somehow "incomplete", resulting in a figure in a muted color like blue, or a completely washed out white.

These are just my thoughts on the sightings of white/blue/gray apparitions.
silverthane61 in Timmy My Poltergeist
You certainly have a unique relationship with the spirits co-existing in your home! I am not sure I would be that comfortable with the situation as you are.
Aggravating, isn't it? The great majority of paranormal accounts falls into the category "anecdotal" - word of mouth without any additional evidence to support the claim or at least quantify it. However, the very large mount of anecdotal stories existing lends a quantitative relevance to what would otherwise be classified as hearsay. You are in good company!
silverthane61 in A Burning Sensation
In Sioux (and other Native American tribes) culture, "crazy gay guys" as you describe were viewed as touched by the Great Spirit and imbued with extrasensory powers of various types. These individuals were given a certain amount of respect over and above regular tribal members. It appears that the personage in your story also follows this example - you appear to have give him that respect.
Lealeigh - Thanks for your response. These would have to be very busy entities indeed if they manage to appear so frequently all over the world.

Do copycat ghosts exist? I wonder.

(By the way I'm still unable to up-vote you.)

Elle I know that it seems that I have hijacked your thread but I would be interested to know your opinion on this as well.

Regards, Melda

I am here with that "other member's opinion" that you wanted. I am with you on the White Lady.

My opinion is that there is no single White Lady. There are sightings of apparitions that take the shape of white ladies, for whatever reason.

My humble opinion, which is also largely unresearched, makes me say the same thing about whatever the heck "Hatman" is. I think that these things show themselves in a way that is designed to get a direct reaction; a lady in white would make an impression of benevolence or good intentions and a dark and "hatted" shadow would bring fear (I don't think "hatted" is a proper word but it looks good to me here).

Most of my opinion about heavily repeated themes comes from watching the actions of the living. We are all individual "snowflakes" but many of us have the same preconceived notions about imagery.

The other part of my opinion comes from this book I read ten or fifteen years ago about the psychological power of corporate logos.

- Maria
Really weird!

Possibility 1: You imagined they were the same person? Similar but not the same.

Possibility 2: You were dreaming the man and your dream came true.

Possibility 3: The man is some sort of warlock and did some sort of black magic voodoo on you

Possibility 4: Really freaky paranormal experience!
Andrew Jackson is also somewhat remembered as having the misfortune of running into the Bell Witch. Nothing dramatic other than a brief exchange of words between the Witch and Jackson ensued, but it is still a very interesting encounter.
Haven in I Believe Her
Hi, Augusta. I believe it takes a special kind of person to take care of people with this illness. I hear they can get very aggressive towards their care givers. Plus, it must be very sad to see them deteriorate and then see them pass.

Thanks for your suggestion, I will talk to Gloria and offer to help with a cleansing. I just realized that the thought of returning to their apartment and performing a cleansing frightens me. I'm usually not afraid of ghosts anymore but the thought of going back is literally giving me goose bumps as I type this.
I cannot add to all of the great comments thus far. I can only say that I believe you and your residence is in the throes of a verifiable, class-A haunting. The only question you have to answer is can you live with it? If not, then I suggest hiring a reputable paranormal research team to record your haunts. They can give you help as to how you can rid yourself of these incidents.
The "visitor" was not quite as aggressive as an incubus, but I do agree with you - I prefer hugs from the living!
Elle - You have been through the wringer and my heart goes out to you.

My condolences on the loss of your daughter. You say she died suspiciously. Are you under the impression that someone caused her death? Please don't answer that if you feel that I'm being insensitive.

Are you convinced that the white lady was causing all the spiritual activity in the house? There might be (or might have been) more than one entity. From your description of the farmer's demeanour he could be residual.

There is something that bothers me about "The White Lady". It seems that thousands of people have encountered her and it is always assumed that this is the legendary, or original White Lady. I think there must be a number of spirit ladies who appear dressed in white. I've always considered the White Lady to be a legend but no doubt many would disagree with me. I would like to hear your and other members' opinions on that.

After all you have gone through, I truly wish you happiness in your life.

Regards, Melda
Lealeigh in Edith's House

I love those little push lights for dark places. I really love command strips. I have a billion of those little white hooks too; I use them to string Christmas Lights across the ceiling - at first I was trying to create "Orion" and his neighbors but I gave up; you need specialty lights to really make it look like anything.

All of the lights are blue so, when I turn them on, it looks like my room is under the ocean; most tranquil. ❤

- Maria

I hate to differ with you but I am my mother's first child and I am not fragile. My aunt is my grandmother's first child and she ran everything under the sun for my grandmother after my grandfather died sixteen years ago. People are afraid of my aunt because she is so strong and resolute.

I am sorry about the loss of your father.

- Maria
[at] lady-glow


Usually, the security guards get changed once a month to different apartments (for eg, If guard A looks after apartment 1 and Guard B looks after apartment 2 this month, next month Guard B watches Apartment 1 and Guard A takes care of Apartment 2) so they literally know about everyone who lives.

Outside people cannot get inside out community easily so for a matter of fact I knew she belong to that place but I didn't know which apartment exactly she was living.

Sure, I will share it

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