posted on Mar, 14 2016 @ 12:36 PM
Had a similar thing happen way back in 76. We had gathered back at the house, just family, and very close friends, after my father's funeral. It was
around 11:00 o'clock at night when we heard a loud crash from upstairs. In my father's bedroom, the dresser mirror had fallen to the floor and had
broken into over a hundred pieces.
1. The mirror had been attached to the back of the dresser, the dresser was up against the wall, there was no play or space between the dresser and
2. There were lots of bottles, decorative items, and papers on the dresser. Nothing on the dresser was disturbed, or knocked off.
3. The mirror was whole. It looked like someone had just laid it face down on the floor and lightly tapped it with a hammer to break it without
losing the peices. It looked like a completed jigsaw puzzle, not a price missing.
4. Everyone in the house was accounted for and present down stairs when the crash occurred. There was only one way you could get up stairs and you
would have had to walk past everyone present to gain access to the stairs.
We left the mirror as it was for several days, trying to figure out what happened and trying to make sense of it.
We don't speak of the event often, but no one admits to having an answer for what they think happened. I said it then, and all I can still say, is I
don't know how it could happen.