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Originally posted by Rafe_
It is not my intention to be nasty here but a lot of brain diseases which occur in elderly produce to various degree's hallucinations.I would before asuming anything paranormal consult a doctor.
Some people with Parkinson's may experience hallucinations or delusions.
Hallucinations can occur for all the senses (sight, hearing, touch, smell, taste, and perception of our body), though visual hallucinations are thought to be the most common type experienced by people with dementia.
Originally posted by LittleVoice731
reply to post by davidchin
I am the one who told her about spirit guides and when I explained it I used the term guardian angel to help. She was a member of Kingdom Hall many many years ago, but has held on to some of their ways to this day. Seeing a ghost or anything would be considered a demon in their way of thinking. My mom is open minded to a point though and I think that is why she told me.
Originally posted by roaland
I realize some of you posting info for mental illness sites are just trying to help but as a person who has been experiencing this kind of activity since i was a little kid and has even gotten stronger as i got older i can tell you from personal experience that this is one reason why more people don't talk about their experiences. Before i start to rant, I'm gonna cut myself off and just say that your scaring the woman and i talk to other people day in and day out from every walk of life and age range you can think of who have and see these things and they ain't crazy...
She could make him out clearly in her peripheral vision but as soon as she looked up to acknowledge him, he was gone