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reply to post by br0ker
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Hi there! I understand your skepticism. I think it's healthy to be skeptical (to a certain degree). But I wanted to ask you what YOU think this phenomenon is? Specifically, poltergeist activity, which is fairly well documented.
I myself have witnessed poltergeist activity. I witnessed an ashtray fly across a room in a straight line and smack into the wall on the opposite side of the house. It was broad daylight, I was stone cold sober (It happened at about 11:30am shortly before I was about to leave the house for the day), and it was one of many "paranormal" experiences I had in that house. Other people also had experiences there.
Given your confidence that there is no such thing as the paranormal, what did I witness? I know I did not hallucinate the experience, because I came back later in the day and the ashtray was on the floor right where I had seen it impact the wall earlier, and I had to clean up the cigarette butts off the floor. No, I did not throw it myself, and I have no reason to lie about it as I have nothing to gain from telling you about this experience. So in your opinion, what happened?
The Black Forest haunting is considered to be one of the strongest and most inexplicable hauntings on record. When Steve Lee and his wife Beth discovered a large log home in the Black Forest region of northern Colorado in 1991, they rented it and then purchased it one year later.
Within a few weeks of signing the papers on their dream home, strange things started to occur. Lights and household appliances began to turn on and off, and they heard what sounded like people running across their roof. At night, the couple could hear orchestra music playing and chains rattling. Their sons complained of shadowy figures and odd lights in their room, too.
The entire family began to suffer with burning eyes and throats from untraceable chemical odors. Steve Lee quickly decided someone was playing tricks to spook them from their new home, so he decided to fight back. He installed a video surveillance security system with motion detectors to retaliate. However, the system would sound alarms when no one was around.
There were also sixty-two unexplainable break-ins at the property. The local sheriff’s department opened an investigation in early 1993 but could never find evidence of any crime............unsolved-mysteries.com.