Has anyone had any experiences with aliens or the Chupacabra?
Posted on 6/10 10:44 AM | IP: Logged
Originally posted by lsampson: Has anyone had any experiences with aliens or the Chupacabra?
the Chupacabra is real. they have found several. aliens visiting earth are not. Roswell is now proven to be a weather balloon. Area 51 is a testing site with extreme technology, but nothing foreign. i know someone who has been there and it's 20 years in Leavenworth with no appeal if you even discuss it with someone not classified. you're given a polygraph weekly asking if you discussed it with anyone you shouldn't have. fail it and you are in BIG trouble. yes on #1, no, on #2.
Posted on 6/10 11:08 AM | IP: Logged
they caught a chupacabra.. i mean real ugly dog..on film in cuero
Originally posted by GDforHC: Don't they have to disclose the "ghost " before you sign?
So I'm told. But I didn't mind.
Originally posted by GDforHC: Read the nursing ghost thread. Eerie how similar some of the stories are.
Had not seen that link, thanks. Yep, curious things seem to happen when you're dying. E.g., at one point my mom (whom I was holding at the time) whispered to me very clearly: "We've got to find a hammer to break the lock on that door." (She also kept telling me to watch out for the holes or we'd fall. It was like we were on some kind of quest or something.)
Anyway, Ma lingered a couple thunderstormy days, then the sky cleared and it got lovely and cloudless and cool (this was 11 May 2006). And the power went out. Not during all the violent thunderstorms?huge limbs down in the back yard, etc.?but on a calm, sunny morning. So we opened the windows in her room to let fresh air and birdsong through the screens. Soon after, she was gone.
And then the power came back on.
Part of me imagines that Ma made the power go out so we'd open the windows and she could fly out on the breeze. 'Course, another part of me says: "Don't be such an idoit."
Took me a few days to go through the entire thread, but it is well worth the time. It is great, and I'm not so naive and gullible to think it's all true, but I also don't think everyone is lying either.
Posted on 6/9 6:22 PM | IP: Logged
Originally posted by downlowaccess: I have a friend that couldn't find his phone for a few days a couple of Easters ago. He finally found it in his room where he had previously checked. Whats crazy is that it had a picture of a girl on the wall paper along with a name. The picture looks creepy, and we noticed the background was the inside of his attic. The phone was fully charged and till this day has no idea of who the girl in the picture is.
I have some friends who live in the same neighborhood in Houston (610 and Ella) and even though they don't know each other, they believe ghosts have been in their houses.
Your story about the phone is very similar to what happened to my buddy. He would misplace something in the house, look everywhere for it with his wife, and hours later it would be right on a counter top they both had looked and walked by many times. Neither of them were playing games with each other. Often times it was car keys when they needed to leave in a hurry and couldn't find them.
Posted on 6/8 12:01 PM | IP: Logged
I've personally seen two ghosts in my life.
The freakiset thing I've ever heard of was a story told to me by one of my older sister's closest friends. She's a very level headed person and not the sort to exaggerate or make up stories or even jokes. She's also very left-brained and wouldn't believe such a story unless she knew for fact it were true. Anyway, here goes:
her family goes back in Alabama back to the 1700's and one aunt owns a house that was built by family around 1800. There have been several unexplained violent deaths in the house's history, but the two most disturbing both happened in the 1980's, I believe, and both happened at night and were not discovered until the next day. The first was simple: the deceased was found shoved THROUGH a solid hardwood wall to the point the man's body was half in his bedroom and half in a closet in a neighboring bedroom. He obviously died from the impact, and they had to cut him out.
The second is much, much creepier. Apparently in a second floor hallway there is a portrait of ten year old girl holding a broom that was of some family member in the 1800's. My sister's friend said that everybody is always creeped out by it. Anyway, one time a house guest was found beaten to death in her bed the next morning. The body was covered by bruises and impressions from head to toe in the EXACT same shape and proportion as the broom in the picture right outside that bedroom, the one with the little girl. Apparently nobody has been allowed to sleep in that room ever since.
Just thought I'd share.
Posted on 6/9 4:31 AM | IP: Logged
What did the investigators discover in the first death, Matf?