posted on May, 3 2013 @ 01:54 PM
I've always tended to be a skeptic about off the wall things and ideas, but always keep an open mind. I do know that one of my own kids, my youngest
son, used to come to me when he was VERy young- say 2-3 years of age, and he would tell me this story, that could in no way could've come off of TV
or a movie he watched- my kids weren't allowed to watch much tv. Then he would say at the end, remember mom? Remember before? Unfortunately, he
didn't have the vocabulary (yet) to describe in detail what he was remembering. I didn't discourage him, in fact I encouraged ALL of my kids, to
explore ALL of their talents and abilities. Later, we were able to match what he said to real historical places and people. I won't go into details,
as I haven't asked his permission to post such a personal experience.
From my own childhood- we lived in a very old Sears- Roebuck home that was built in the late 1860's. It was quite haunted, and we were able to figure
out who it was. The upstairs attic door- we had a walk up attic- would often slam open and shut in the middle of the night, even if it had been locked
before bedtime. More than once I felt a very COLD hand placed upon my shoulder, while sleeping and while awake. (it woke me up real fast) The house
since has been torn down- sometime in the last 5 years, and nothing remains of my childhood home but a field of soybeans.
It made a believer out of me- that there are just some things we cannot explain as of yet. There are still mysteries in the world, and that is a good