reply to post by Darkblade71
Ok, paranormal things that have happened to me:
"Sleep paralysis" - several times, sometimes several times a night (I close my closet doors before bed nightly because of this) and I put it in
quotes because I don't believe that what I saw was a hallucination due to REM sleep.
I have seen or felt several spirits,
one at my brothers house which is 100+ years old.. She was a older lady in a night gown,
Another of a man who had passed in a trailer that I had lived in. (My dad before he died also had experiences with him..
I still believe to this day that I felt my grandmother's spirit pass from her body when she died (she died from a heart attack in her home, when
I was present)
I hear noises, smell certain smells, ect that cannot be explained. (Such as the smell of my dad who has been deceased since 2009)
I may be able to sense things before they happen
There have been several times, and each time I chalk it up to coincidence, to where I have either "called it" on things that were going to
happen before they even happen
I also have dreams to where sometimes I will get that feeling later of deja vu when what happened in my dream actually happens in real life, even
if it wasn't exactly how I remember it.
There have also been times where I will get emotions and certain feelings about things that there was no way to explain it.
For instance, early 2012, there was a rash of tornadoes in north central KS (around the Manhattan area) and me and my friends decided that It
would be a good idea to go "storm chasing" Long story short, we stopped at this turn off on I-70 to see if we could see one. As we got closer, I
kept getting this nagging feeling and it got worse and worse as we stayed there, so I told my friends we needed to leave, and I was pretty shaken up
about it. about 5 min later, as we were about 10 miles away from where we were and heading in the opposite direction, We heard over the CB that a
tornado had been spotted at the exact area where we had just been. Also, the further we got away from that place, the better I felt.