posted on Sep, 26 2014 @ 07:56 PM
It probably wasn't his brother. I have a true story that happened to me back in 2007-2008:
My best friend and cousin had a massive heart attack and died in the floor of his house. His mom found him. A year or two later, I was in town. I
stopped at a mini mall at a tobacco store. As I walked across the parking lot, this guy comes out of the store. I didn't look at him until he was
about 15-20 feet from me. When I looked up, I stopped, lost my breath and stared at him in complete horror, confusion, sadness, disbelief, shock,
utter amazement, etc., etc.. I couldn't even speak. I just stared at him as he passed. I couldn't believe it!! He wore the same type of hat my
cousin wore. He dressed the same.
This guy was identical, and I mean, IDENTICAL looking to my cousin. I helped bury my cousin. He was dead. No doubts about that. But here was this man.
I had tears in my eyes. It shook me up. I was shaking. I wanted to run up to him and talk to him, maybe ask him some family questions, but I didn't
want to freak this guy out with my energy. I wanted so bad to get to know this guy, thinking it would somehow replace what I had lost, but then it
dawned on me that my cousin can't be replaced by a doppelganger.
This is what your friend saw, IMO.