Comments: Seeing is Believing?

Oh, stigmatized property truly sucks. My house in Memphis had a man who would waft through the great room out of the corner of your eye. Newbuild, but atop an Indian burial mound. This guy was in white man attire, however. Must have been the guy who brought the blankets slathered in smallpox.

posted by Velociman on November 23, 2004 08:22 PM

That's some freaky shit. If you want my metaphysical opinion, it's your husband that's haunted, not your house. Since the spirit was able to fully manifest in his presence, real enough to chomp on him, he must be the epicenter of the parapsychological disturbance.

Maybe if you sold him and moved...?

posted by Queenie on November 23, 2004 08:35 PM

I am an inbred assholio, but I'm going with Queenie here.

posted by Velociman on November 23, 2004 10:32 PM

Key, it's called hysteria.

Once your subcouncious accepts the fact as true or even possible then it will start playing tricks on you, especially in the middle of the night when you are half awake.

In any case, we now keep dogs, three of them and a 45 in the night stand. The Dogs parapsychologocal antenna is much better than ours. Fuck a bunch o ghosts!

posted by Jesse on November 24, 2004 06:23 AM

Okay guys, I'm a little late to the party. I'm sitting here in the dark playing on the computer and you just freaked me the sh*t out. Geez. The overactive imagination is already in hyper drive...

posted by Christina on November 24, 2004 07:27 AM

I do believe in the spirit world, however I do not think that sightings, moving items, etc. are necessarily evil in nature. My wife and I both saw/sensed something in one house we inhabited. I actually felt protected/safe because of it!?!

"Who ya' going call?"

posted by John on November 24, 2004 08:52 AM

Holy cripes! Now I can't get the hair on my arms to lay back down!!!!!

posted by WarWagon on November 24, 2004 12:04 PM

Too bad he didn't say anything about it before you moved, or you could have done something about it. It's pretty simple, really, but too late now.

Just remember, if you ever decide to move into another house, after you have moved everything out of this house, scatter salt over the floor of the kitchen. Take a new broom (must be new), and sweep the floor, sweeping all of the salt and other dirt into a corner. Then leave the broom standing in the corner with the dirt.

Because it's a new broom, the entity will believe you are coming back to retrieve it and will stay with it. It will be there for the new tennants.

Hey, don't scoff. It works.

posted by Mamamontezz on November 25, 2004 12:27 AM

hmm..this is quite interesting

posted by generic drugs on September 26, 2005 03:59 AM
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