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Robbie Williams: My mansion is spooked

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CX

posted on Feb, 18 2011 @ 07:35 AM
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Here is the sighting Robbie dsecribed....

www.abovetopsecret.com...

CX.




posted on Feb, 18 2011 @ 07:40 AM
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Tough call on the monk bit. He's obviously being cheeky with the description; so it's tough to say if he's spoofing an actual sighting/experience, or merely playing up the historic, almost spooky, feel of the banquet hall itself. Plausible deniability? Again, tough call.

As to my "shadow orb" comment earlier... it was a "black strip of light a few inches thick". It appears that my memory was close, but a bit off. That description came from a letter posted here at ATS back in 2008 (guess I've been around ATS for awhile now
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Edit: reply to post by CX
DOH! Looks like CX beat me to it, and yes, that's the one.

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posted on Feb, 18 2011 @ 07:53 AM
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Lol no I wasn’t saying he was possessed or seeing it just then. I mean his subconscious, maybe he heard monks singing while he was asleep for example.

It just wasn’t the average oggy boogy ghost noise most people make. So to me it says he is telling the truth.



posted on Feb, 18 2011 @ 08:14 AM
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Absolutely.

I certainly didn't think you were implying that he was seeing it right then, or that he was possessed. I simply meant that he may believe he's actually seen a "monk" in that room on a prior occasion, and he could have been spoofing such a sighting (a plausible deniability scenario), or that he may have simply been playing up the historic, almost spooky, feel of the banquet hall itself (a situation where there would be no 'original' monk sighting at all). The cheeky tone he took makes it hard to tell which scenario is the truth; so both seem to be valid possibilities.
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posted on Feb, 18 2011 @ 08:17 AM
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ol Robbie aint mad! he just likes playing along with the media circus
that revolves around his life.

Mad at the lack of privacy and constant attention seekers maybe, but
we are all entitled to our views on the paranormal.He has an open mind.
this is a good thing.I will say it is said it's a fine line between madness & Genius.
I'm not saying Robbie is a Genius, But he's got talent, a Gorgeous partner & bags of cash!

I'm mad! I just don't have the success or trappings of Robbie, or a ghost.

Also sounds like there are a lot of jealous people posting about old Robbie.
I bet the Ghost is a groupie after an autograph



posted on Feb, 18 2011 @ 08:19 AM
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Wow again this is just too strange. I just read his ufo encounters that Springer posted on his behalf

one Friday night about 5 months ago. My friends and I were playing a song called Arizona (about ufo's) that we had written. It was dusk and, suddenly, a big ball of light appeared over the san fernando valley. We were standing on my balcony at the time. When the song finished it disappeared .......when we played it again it came back on...once again, when the song finished it disappeared.......this happened 4 times.

I know this has nothing to do with haunting and paranormal, but look what he said...again its sound related... I don’t much about music but what if it has something to do with vibrations like a tuning fork on crystal.

I posted this vid because it kind of explains what I was getting at with the monk thigy.





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posted on Feb, 18 2011 @ 08:38 AM
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Originally posted by CX

Originally posted by redmage
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I'm here!


As for descriptions of the phenomenon, I seem to recall an discussion (possibly on ATS) where he described multiple witnesses seeing something (I want to say a "shadow orb", but I could be mistaken) moving about; however, it was few years back and I don't recall if it was seen in his U.S. or U.K. residence.
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Could this have been where he was in his home recording studio and saw, along with multiple friends, a black "beam" come through the window and across the room in front of them? If i'm right it led to a loot of discusion of some magical note or frequency in music.

CX.


ok i have to go to bed. ill get back to this on the weekendand ill try and find that post your talking about..

night guys zzzz zzz


CX

posted on Feb, 18 2011 @ 08:43 AM
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I posted it at the top pf this page.


CX.



posted on Feb, 18 2011 @ 06:30 PM
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So your saying so somewhere in the ufo thread is statement or two about the ghost sightings?
I’ll go back and look again then.

I’ll also go looking to see what I can about the monks from that area.



posted on Feb, 18 2011 @ 07:04 PM
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Originally posted by chrisonbike

Well, the only way i can describe it is this....
A black strip materialised (it seems) out of no where...deep,deep black
about 2 to 4 inches thick with sharp edges..It started at the door of my studio and expanded until it shot out of the window at the other end....
If you want i can get my friends to add their description if you like?
May be they'd do it more justice.....


The sharp edges statement is odd... I don’t know what to make of that.
It’s just got me boggled .

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posted on Feb, 18 2011 @ 09:07 PM
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ok so i found one monk so far.
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In a later writing, that is in the rhythmic life of Saint Swithun (who died in 862) written by Wolstan or Wulfstan, a monk of St. Swithun's at Winchester,

not much i know, but i gotta start somewhere lol


This is the next link i will be reading. THE PRIORY OF ST. SWITHUN, WINCHESTER
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posted on Feb, 18 2011 @ 09:37 PM
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Can I just say that the self appointed King of Stoke honestly doesn't take anything seriously, and he would wet himself laughing to read how you lot are trying to interprete his sightings and what he said has happened to him.
This is a guy who spends his time, by his own admission, half in the bag due to either drugs or alcohol! Any serious researcher into either hauntings or UFOs would dismiss his sightings out of hand purely because he is an unreliable witness due to his lifestyle habits.



posted on Feb, 18 2011 @ 09:51 PM
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Hi,

I spoke to Chrisonabike for about a month via u2u in late 2008/9. We initially had a disagreement (well i insulted him in a thread and he contacted me to ask why) but from that we started to talk quite frankly about our experiences of odd goings on etc.

I must say he seemed (if this was Mr Williams) to be a level headed and inquisitive individual and actually commented on the black blob thingy.

I would imagine he is a sensitive soul.



posted on Feb, 18 2011 @ 09:54 PM
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i'll bet he just made it up to get attention, that guys such a tool.
go make music for lonely middle aged women and stop bugging sites like ats.



posted on Feb, 18 2011 @ 09:56 PM
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Originally posted by Cedik
Hi,

I spoke to Chrisonabike for about a month via u2u in late 2008/9. We initially had a disagreement (well i insulted him in a thread and he contacted me to ask why) but from that we started to talk quite frankly about our experiences of odd goings on etc.

I must say he seemed (if this was Mr Williams) to be a level headed and inquisitive individual and actually commented on the black blob thingy.

I would imagine he is a sensitive soul.


I dont disagree with you but when you abuse alcohol and drugs who in their right mind is going to take for granted what you say you've experienced? I think Robbie Williams is a great guy but as a witness his testimony Isn't worth two carrots as any researcher worth his salt would admit that a witness who takes drugs or indulges in excess alcohol cannot, now or ever, be deemed a reliable witness.



posted on Feb, 18 2011 @ 09:59 PM
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I am not going to get stuck in a pitched battle with anyone but I will be tempted once.

RW has no need to make up stories about ghosts to get attention. This week he performed to about 10 million people.

I think you will find he has not bugged anyone on ATS... look at the threads he has started, look at his posts. I am not a fan of his music and I despise commercialism but It is not right to insult people you don't know. It will turn round and bite your behind, it did to me



posted on Feb, 18 2011 @ 10:05 PM
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Originally posted by CholmondleyWarner
Any serious researcher into either hauntings or UFOs would dismiss his sightings out of hand purely because he is an unreliable witness due to his lifestyle habits.

Well that’s a bit naive isn’t it?

hmm I thought a researcher would look at everything. And listen to anyone who claims to see such things.

Considering the age of the property, its history and its deceased occupants, I think it’s a possibility.

Well what do I know I barely finished my 4th year of high school.

And I’m not a professional researcher like the ones who do researcher for magazines. /end sarcasm.

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posted on Feb, 18 2011 @ 10:14 PM
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Originally posted by Whateva69

Originally posted by CholmondleyWarner
Any serious researcher into either hauntings or UFOs would dismiss his sightings out of hand purely because he is an unreliable witness due to his lifestyle habits.

Well that’s a bit naive isn’t it?

hmm I thought a researcher would look at everything. And listen to anyone who claims to see such things.

Considering the age of the property, its history and its deceased occupants, I think it’s a possibility.

Well what do I know I barely finished my 4th year of high school.

And I’m not a professional journalist like the ones who write in magazines. /end sarcasm.


No, a researcher, and I am one of some thirty years, will not waste his time flogging a dead horse. We are trying to provide proof to science that ghosts are a real phenomenon worth lengthy investigation. The vague and dismantled sightings of a drug user or borderline alcoholic can not be deemed as a case worth persuing! What we're all looking for is the haunted house owned by a non harming, non drug or alcohol abusing, witness who's testimony can be taken as gospel. If the Robster witnessed a murder in broad daylight and appeared as a witness for the prosecution, the defence would discredit his testimony in less time than its taken me to write this reply!



posted on Feb, 18 2011 @ 10:19 PM
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then why are you even intersested in this thread?

i thought you said it was a waist of time



posted on Feb, 18 2011 @ 10:40 PM
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Originally posted by Whateva69
reply to post by CholmondleyWarner
 

then why are you even intersested in this thread?

i thought you said it was a waist of time


For the same reason I speak out against the nonsense on our televisions which proport to be serious psychical research! Rubbish like Most Haunted etc. This is a serious subject for scientific study but witnesses such as the King of Stoke don't add anything to the wealth of evidence for the existence of real haunted houses. The debunkers will tell you that electro magnetic field pollusion will cause hallucinations. They will tell you that the closeness of mobile phone masts can cause hallucinations... Power cables, pylons and fault lines can all give off energy which can cause hallucinations!!! So someone who drinks excesssively and takes drugs will be dismissed out of hand as having hallucinations! Their testimony is worthless...



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