posted on Jul, 6 2008 @ 06:26 PM
This is a very interesting topic that has fascinated me. I had an incident with my yellow lab a few days ago while at a friends house.
My buddy has stated on several occasions that he thinks his house is haunted. He claims his wife is "sensitive" and is the one who is seeing
everything. His wife is very level-headed, a professional, and in my opinion, would have no reason to BS...she's just not that way. Anyway, several
nights ago, our town had a vicious thunderstorm where numerous trees were downed, and one of his trees fell onto his house. I stopped over to his
place later that evening to take a look and took my dog with me. My lab is like all labs, won't leave my side...totally co-dependent.
We usually hang out in his garage while visiting, cuz we smoke cigarettes, and it's not allowed inside. Normally, my dog lays right at my feet while
in there. This night, after the storm...my dog would NOT enter that garage. I had to literally drag it in there. Once there, he would immediately
run back out. It was very odd, and completely out of character. His wife surmised that something had upset their ghosts, probably the storm damaged
house. Anyway it was definitely a curious event.
I saw once a story of a University scientist that had a very unorthodox method of predicting earthquakes. He would monitor the lost and found ads for
cats in the L.A. newspapers. When they would spike....sure enough, a quake would hit. It turned out his methods were more successful than all other
earthquake prediction models.
Then, there's the stories of all the dogs, cats, and even elephants...running for high ground, hours before the earthquake and subsequent tsunami in
Indonesia several years ago.
Some unseen, unfelt force MUST be sensed by these animals. There's something to this.