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Do things just disappear? (The DOPler Effect)

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posted on May, 10 2011 @ 11:03 PM
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I have known people that that has happened to. Hasn't really happened to me. But yes I believe it and I don't believe its poltergeists.

DOn't know what to make of it. Maybe the deminsion thing.




posted on May, 13 2011 @ 03:11 AM
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I believe in poltergeists. I've had one stealing my socks for years now. Not a pair, just one of a pair. I now have 10 socks with no matching sock. Incredible.



posted on May, 13 2011 @ 09:16 PM
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Originally posted by Nonchalant
I believe in poltergeists. I've had one stealing my socks for years now. Not a pair, just one of a pair. I now have 10 socks with no matching sock. Incredible.



That is why I buy socks in the bulk pack. All are the same so every sock is a pair. No mix matched socks to worry about. After I started to buy socks this way it seemed the socks stop the disappearing act. I guess I took the fun out of it.



posted on May, 13 2011 @ 10:09 PM
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I have a rather large picture of my niece that i slid under my bed till we could could get a new frame for it .My husband saw me put the picture under the bed neither of us ever moved it .so while out on vacation i bought a new frame for the picture ..the picture was placed under the bed for about 7 months ..About a week after we got back i decided to put the new frame on the picture i went to get the picture from under the bed and it was gone we have no kids no one to move it either ..Now its been missing over a year we have tore the house apart looking for it we have looked everywhere in the house and still cant find it.. The weird part is the picture was taken of her 5 months before she died in a horrible car accident so where did this picture go we just don't know..



posted on Jun, 26 2011 @ 08:08 AM
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I have to talk about this here because it is driving me crazy! I have objects, clothing, and now money, just disappear. No trace. After searching, and tearing apart my house and automobile, phone calls, nothing, nowhere to be found.

Three days ago I had a certain amount of money in my safe at home. I deposited all but $200 dollars of it, which I kept in my wallet, along with another $20 and one $10 bill. I purposefully separated the $200 (which consisted of one, $100, and 5 $20) and the other $30 because the monies were for different purposes. The day after the deposit, I again counted the monies and made sure they were where they were supposed to be as I was about to venture out. The money was there. No one was with me, no one came to my home. I went about my business. I stopped at a McDonalds and made a $10.00 purchase. I have the receipt. It was exactly $10. I then went to the grocery store. I took only my wallet into the store, and never opened it until I reached the cashier. At that time, I went to pay I discovered the $100 bill was gone! The 5 $20 were there, as was the other $20. But no $100 dollar bill. I searched my car, the sidewalk, went back to McDonalds, searched my home, my bed, my safe, and my purse, everywhere. The $100 is nowhere to be found.

Only last week I had a similar situation with a brand new blouse I purchased. I had last seen it on a table where I left it, tags still attached to it, but out of the bag. Maybe a couple of days later I went to that table to fetch the blouse to wear it. The blouse was gone. No where to be found. I still have not found it. I live alone and no one else has keys to my home.

I am beginning to wonder if I have Alzheimer's!! I mean this is driving me crazy. I do believe in paranormal instances and I am wondering if I am experiencing them now. Comments, please!!!



posted on Jun, 26 2011 @ 10:15 AM
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My daughter's socks...yes, yes, I know
But seriously I have bought her at least 30 pairs in the last couple of years and at least 20 of these pairs totally disappeared, many of them without ever being worn...I joke with her that I think she eats them but I always thought that they'd be under her bed or wherever in her room (being very untidy) so when we moved recently I had said good, now when we empty your room we're going to find all those pairs of missing unworn socks....Nope, totally emptied the whole house as part of the move, the missing socks have never turned up!

A more serious DOP for me was a bank card that had been sent out to me to replace my current card that was due to expire, but the new card was dated from the date that my current card expired, so couldn't use the new one til the expiry date of the current one. So I placed it on a shelf in my room, where I kept all my letters/bills etc and then forgot about it until my current card had reached its expiry date, it was nowhere to be found, I hunted everywhere for it and although my daughter was around at age 8, she was too old to remove it inadvertantly, but too young to attempt to "take it for her own use" (and I asked her if she'd seen it, and whilst she remembered me putting it on the shelf as she was at the computer at the time, which was next to the shelf) like me she hadn't thought anymore about it, and as a very mature child, knew the consequences of losing such an item and I was convinced she honestly had no idea where it had gone.

Futhermore, there had been no one in my bedroom, and if someone had taken the card and tried to use it, because it was not valid at that point the ATM would have retained it and sent it back to my bank, which never happened, in fact I never had any erroneous transactions on the account, so it certainly wasn't stolen in order to remove funds from my account.

It continued to bother me for the remaining time I lived in the house (and this was a haunted house and I've recounted my experiences there on several threads on here) and yet again when we moved, I was convinced that at that point I would find the card as it was unfurnished and as such we were removing everything from the house...Nope, no sign of it!

It was a real pain though because I had to admit to the bank that it was lost and pay for a replacement



posted on Jun, 26 2011 @ 09:02 PM
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Interesting subject. I think this mostly affects people who put a lot of effort into keeping things (from where they put their keys to how they live their life) in strict order. My place is a mess, but I know where everything is. Nothing seems to go wandering, apart from my wallet occasionally but that's because I usually put it in a random place in my flat. So long as I know it's in the flat, I don't tend to think about whether it's in its spot or a "last place".

My dad always used to shout at me, "Where's my hammer gone?" or "Where is my [insert tool I've never heard of] gone!" - only to get really angry despite me saying I have no idea I haven't used it. He was convinced every single time that whatever object he needed had been moved. An hour later and he'd apologize, saying he found it. In time, I just started telling him he's gone mad, no-one would be moving his stuff apart from him, and eventually left home


But he had a very controlling nature and had all his stuff in specially ordered slots and drawers, and was totally anal about cleanliness and tidyness, and for me that has come to explain why things go "missing". In most cases I would say it really is just because of the owners mind processes over the course of events surrounding said objects.

I don't discount poltergeists and time shifts and stuff - if I did I wouldn't use ATS
But I think 9 times out of 10 it's just because people 'expect' it to be here or there and are so positive they took the right steps to ensure it was there, they can't believe it when it's not. And then some take the next step which is accuse the time-space continuum



posted on Jun, 27 2011 @ 06:29 AM
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Interesting view. I STILL haven't found my $100 bill, or the blouse. Today is Monday and I've been looking all weekend for these items. I am a very organized person, and have been known to be "anal" on more than one occasion. I always thought being organized would guarantee I would find what I need when I need it. It's so weird, and because I put so much effort into keeping things it order, makes it even more weird that it just "disappeared".

My husband is in a nursing home with Alzheimer's. My experiences lately almost make me think the disease is contagious!!! He misplaces things all the time. OMG!!!



posted on Jun, 27 2011 @ 06:39 AM
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If a absolute vacuum can't be made. I find it hard to believe that particles suddenly appear,disappear and reappear out of nowhere.

The vacuum is already contaminated since its not a absolute vacuum. The particles are there.



posted on Jun, 27 2011 @ 06:39 AM
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Yes

You want to see things disappear ? Just go to the casino. After awhile you'll start think'in, casino's a magic word.



posted on Jul, 1 2011 @ 08:04 PM
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Poltergeists have been known to hide things in people before.



posted on Jul, 2 2011 @ 02:22 AM
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Originally posted by fredthebed84
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Poltergeists have been known to hide things in people before.


Hide things IN people...I assume that was a typo and you meant they hide things from people, but in case it wasn't, I'm intrigued...



posted on Jul, 2 2011 @ 02:38 AM
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heres what happend to us
my partner and i had left
our keys on the kitchen worktop
we searched everywhere
we had the kitchen upside down
and we could not find them
we both sat down in the front room
then i went back in the kitchen
and the keys were where they
were put in the first place
we had many strange things
happen after that like black blobs
of nothingness that felt evil
to her mother visiting us when
she fell pregnent with our first born
and i used to see a dark figure walk down the stairs
we soon moved



posted on Jul, 2 2011 @ 09:29 AM
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Friend, I too, have seen black shadowy figures. They look to be human form; very strange.



posted on Jul, 3 2011 @ 06:51 AM
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i think that things dissapear FOR A REASON

for example, lets say you are running late and you just happen to lose your keys..wll i believe that the time you spend looking for your keys was done on purpose..maybe to prevent you from leaving your house at a certain time, which would have probably resulted in your death or something else.

everytime i lose something, before i leave my house..i say "thank you" inside because i know someone is watching over me and making sure i dont leave just yet



posted on Jul, 3 2011 @ 07:04 AM
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Interesting, and very possible.



posted on Jul, 3 2011 @ 07:48 AM
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Originally posted by k1k1to
i think that things dissapear FOR A REASON

for example, lets say you are running late and you just happen to lose your keys..wll i believe that the time you spend looking for your keys was done on purpose..maybe to prevent you from leaving your house at a certain time, which would have probably resulted in your death or something else.

everytime i lose something, before i leave my house..i say "thank you" inside because i know someone is watching over me and making sure i dont leave just yet


What does a disappearing bank card mean then? Probably that I shouldn't be spending money I don't have



posted on Oct, 19 2013 @ 10:13 AM
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Is it possible that the $100 stuck to the ten and you gave the kid at McDonalds a sizable tip?



posted on Oct, 19 2013 @ 10:23 AM
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I used to own an appliance repair business. I would be suspect of your washing machine, as I have removed many a so-called "lost" sock, from many a machine's water pump...Somehow, they must occasionally make it through the system, never to be worn again. Just and thought...



posted on Oct, 20 2013 @ 02:52 PM
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Quite interesting subject and I had my own experiences. My wife and I bought my dad a nice sweater for x-mas, something you'd wear outdoor in the spring/fall. As I live 800 miles away, we sent it by mail. In the spring, dad wore it to the bowling club and at the end of the evening, time to leave, his sweater was gone. He left mad thinking someone stole it from the changing room.......The following x-mas I flew down to visit them and while I was staying at their place for the time being, he found his sweater. He found it neatly folded in the closet on top of a sweater he had worn the previous week...... I sent him the sweater and he found it while I was there




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