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That was actually the only time I saw a ghost like that. Usually I just get a spooky feeling, which I tend to dismiss. I've experienced other types of
occurences akin to poltergeist activity, but you can't pull a camera out take a picture of something on the ground and make a trustworthy claim that
it was previously sittting on a counter and fell off on it's on accord.
I've seen spirit orbs (for a lack of better description). I was once burying my neighbors cat that had been run over, and I had this weird sensation
to look up. Almost like something had grab me by the hair on the back of the head and trying to get me to look up. When I did. I saw a ball of white
light up in the air. It was stationary at first, but when I saw it. I got this feeling of surprise from it almost like I caught it off guard just by
seeing it. It bolted off and it disappeared by shrinking until it was nothing.
I've seen my fair share of meteorites burning up in the atmosphere and this was similar, but different. It disappeared more like it was shrinking and
it didn't leave a tail. Also it wasn't a straight line, but a curvy path.
I'm pretty sure at one point I had a dog that was possessed. If anything it was almost a demonic sort of vibe I got from it. This dog wasn't
aggressive, but it would play with you like it knew how to convey a sense of intellect that I wouldn't suspect from the smartest of dogs.
My parents kept it in the backyard and on a chain. I always avoided it the best I could because it would run around me and wrap my legs up in the
chain and I would fall. The dog would be far enough away to keep tension on the chain and since I was a small child and it was a big dog I would have
to struggle to get out of the chain. It would just sit there and look at me in the creepiest of ways. Like there was just something about that dog. It
never growled or was outright aggressive. His style of "playing" was just creepy.
Well one day my farther was doing some work to the backyard, and moved the doghouse and dog out in the front yard. And I could see it from my window,
and every time I would look out my window he would be sitting there staring at me. I pleaded with both of my parents to move him somewhere else, but
my father wasn't having it.
Well night came, and I just knew he was sitting there staring at me, so I went to go look out the window, and he wasn't there. I noticed that the dog
house had moved closer in front of my window and the darkness that was the inside of the doghouse held two glowing red eyes. I went over to my parents
room, and knocked until my mom opened the door.
I told her that there was something wrong with the dog and that it's eyes were glowing red. My parents were already used to me seeing weird stuff all
the time, so my dad went out to check on the dog.
I went out with him and stood on the front porch while he went out to the doghouse to see what was going on, and he called the dog, but he wasn't
coming out. My dad started pulling om the dog chain and more and more chain started coming out until the end of the chain came out. My dad just stood
there with the end of the chain in his hand. There was no collar, so it was like the chain undid itself from the collar.
My dad dropped the chain, came back to the house, and said let's go back to sleep. The dog must have gotten loose.
The next day the dog came back the next morning, but my dad immediately gave it away.
I remember these strange pastel colored balls with tendrils that would float and roll around, and I used to play with them. One day they just
disappeared. Many years later I asked my mother is she remembered that, and she said she did. I asked her if she knew what they were and she said she
couldn't really remember. I asked her again a few weeks later and she flat out told me to never ask her about them again.
When I was still a toddler I was playing with some toys, and I had that same type of sensation that made me look, and up un the corner of the room
where two walls meet the ceiling there was instead a spinning disc of red and black that was swirling like smoke in a mirror. I went to my mother to
tell her about it, and when we both went back into the room it was gone.
I remember that as one my earliest "spooky" memories, and the first one where my parents took me seriously and had someone who researched that type of
stuff to come to the house and talk to me. I don't remember any of the conversation, but I remember he believed me, and I feel it helped me be
confident in myself. I guess that's why my first response is always along the lines of appreciating witnessing weird occurrences.
Oh, I remember this one time also as a child there was a flash of bright light outside my window, but I was already half asleep. So, my natural
curiosity took a backseat. When I woke up it felt like my shoulders were burning, so I looked down, and was horrified to see the skin there bubbling
as if I were actually burning. I yelled for my mother, and she took me to get looked at. I remember the doctor being really perplexed about it, and
not having an explanation for it. My mother asked if it was a bacterial infection or something akin. The doctor said that it wasn't and that it was
more like a severe sunburn. I was given some ointment, and we were sent on our way.
The weird thing is that it was Autumn, and that it had been cloudy and cool for weeks, so I was bundled up in extra layers. I told my mother about the
bright light the night before and she just said to think nothing of it.
I mean I could go on and on lol.
But this is about my quest for evidence to provide for us to dig into. I could talk about my weird experiences all night long, but without proof
they're just neat stories to entertain people with. So, again if anyone knows of some spooky places in Tennessee let me know, and if anyone knows of
any locals here that have done some searching and/or might be part of a paranormal team let me know. I'm not asking to meet anyone in person. I
respect the whole anonymous confidential thing, but e-mail or such is just fine to me.