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Sam Little says
Wow! I am going to be honest here, I am intrigued. Do you write about this?
John Connor says
That is quite a story. I can't imagine what your grandfather thought when his schooner was gone. I'm not surprised he shared this with you, I can almost invision him standing on the dock. Make sure you keep his experience alive and thriving.
Years ago I served a man a beer, he left his money on the counter, we chatted for a bit, later I asked one of the local drinkers if they knew him. Apparently I was the only one who saw him. His description fitted a local dead (for years) war pilot.
Have you been told any stories?
A guy would drink some liquor the supposed ghost liked. After the ghost left his body, there wouldn't be a trace of liquor on his breath. Was told that last week actually.
I love this, it made me smile. Keep these tales; you will never know when you might decide you know exactly what to do with them :)
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The fact your Dad's spirit was there for both of them is inspiring. It presents the idea of his love and care still being with them, even after death. I like this story, it brings dept to the idea of spirits: for those we've loved and lost.