posted on Jun, 2 2012 @ 10:33 PM
This isn't going to blow your mind, but thought I would throw it out into the ether.
I'm 26 and of sound mind.
I was 11 and my grandma was dying of cancer. She was in hospice care at her house which was about 15 minutes from my house. We would visit often and
all knew it was only a matter of time.
I was at home one night and the phone rang. My mother answered it in her room. It was my grandpa calling her to inform of my grandma's passing. I
heard she was crying and went in the room, knowing what had happened. My mother told me sit down on her bed along with her and she told me my grandma
passed. We were both crying, me more than her, and she was comforting me. Minutes after I was lying on the bed, very upset as this was the first
death I had really ever experienced. All of a sudden the main light in the room, attached to the ceiling fan, began to flicker on and off, for about
30 seconds. My mother and I were both comforted and she said that was my grandma saying eveything is ok.
Just some notes. The hallway light was also on and was stable and not flickering. There were no storms or anything of that nature at the time. This
has never happened since.
Because of this I'm sure there is some sort of afterlife and based on many of the experiences I have read, electrical sabotage is a major commonality
of paranormal experiences.
It should be noted my grandma was a church going good lady. I am not religious.
EDIT: To add a question, why do some people send messages after they pass and others don't?
edit on 2-6-2012 by lives because: (no reason