posted on Jan, 15 2004 @ 01:44 PM
Nobody ever found that out in my case. It was all very vague about what I could or couldn't do, which may have actually been worse than having
It first started for me when a girl I was talking to kept asking me questions in a crowded pizza place after a Cross Country meet. I had a reputation
for being able to hear things nobody else could, so she decided to play a little game and test me, asking the questions a little quieter each time.
The last question I answered was the problem though.
She put her hand over her mouth and turned to whisper it into a friend's ear. Her friend didn't hear her, so she was confused when I answered.
You see the problem was that this girl (who I had a big-time crush on, I might add) never actually spoke the words for her last question. She was
surprised, to say the least, and that's where it started.
After that, people who hadn't been there heard about the story and it spread from there, with numerous changes along the way, just as most rumors and
word-of-mouth stories change from person to person. "Whisper Down The Alley" if you will. By the time the stories passed, I could do everything from
telepathic communication to seeing the dead to precognitive visions that were always true. Name a psychic ability you've heard of and somebody
probably tied it to me in their version of the story.
People had always thought there was something odd about me, and now they had another reason to think it.