Have you ever had a paranormal experience?

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  1. lovetherain profile image83
    lovetherainposted 4 years ago

    Have you ever had a paranormal experience?

    Or maybe an experience you just can't explain?

  2. shanmarie profile image82
    shanmarieposted 4 years ago

    I dreamt of the future before it happened. I fell asleep in a panic and woke up knowing everything would be okay.  And then as the events unfolded shortly thereafter, I knew what was going to happen next.  It was very surreal and not like other deja vu  because I remembered my dream. Whereas other feelings that can be described as deja vu are just a general unexplained feeling of familiarity or that something has happened before.

    One time I  woke up in the middle of the night feeling like I needed to pray for someone because she was in urgent danger. I was told a few days later about a car accident that night that could have been much worse than it was.

    And this was probably just my imagination, but one time when I was in high school  and home alone, I swore I heard someone loudly whisper my name. That was creepy. I even looked around outside because I thought maybe it was just a neighbor calling after another girl by the same name who lived on my street.

  3. Aime F profile image78
    Aime Fposted 4 years ago

    I went to see a medium once, just for fun because I don’t believe in that stuff.  My husband (fiancé at the time) emailed the woman to set up the time and get her address. We showed up and she said that someone named Helena was waiting and eager to speak with me, which was interesting because my grandma’s name was Helen and she was the reason I was going (she always thought paranormal stuff was really cool).

    I didn’t read too much into it as I figured she’s probably good at sleuthing and gathering info on people before they come so that she can offer things that sound legitimate. But I got my husband to check the email he sent and he never said my name, just “my fiancée and I”, so I was a little taken aback wondering how she would’ve known my name and how to search for my deceased family members. Then I figured, it would be easy for her to check his name on Facebook and see that he was engaged to me and get my name that way. But his profile was locked down and none of that info was shown publicly. And the email he sent simply had his first name and last initial, not a full name that would be easy to find (he’s got a very common first name).

    She also told my husband no one was coming through for him, and if she did find my information beforehand through his name, you’d think it’d be easy enough to do the sleuthing on his part, too. Anyway, it was all a bit weird.

    I’m still a real skeptic and I keep trying to think of ways this lady must have been able to figure out my name and my grandma’s name beforehand but I honestly have no idea how. So occasionally my logic disappears it does cross my mind that maybe there was something ‘paranormal’ to it.

    I’d love to go again to a different medium someday and try to cover as many bases as I can before we go (misspell our names or something making it harder to find info on us beforehand) and see what happens. It was pretty cheap and even if it was total crap it was an interesting experience.

    1. shanmarie profile image82
      shanmarieposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Quite a story.  I would be skeptical, too. I tend to think most things have a rational explanation.

  4. profile image0
    threekeysposted 4 years ago

    I have had premonitions (my greatest fears) come true and it puts me in conflict about this side of life, that I ignore it, dont want to know about it. Yet, on the other hand, I love the serendipitious side to this part of life.
    I know you would like examples here but if you dont mind I would rather not share.

  5. profile image53
    Daysha Greenawaltposted 3 years ago


    This entity is in my son's room and many more in the house, I've been touched, seen orbs, shapes, had things crawl in bed with me, heard noises, etc. For over 20 years I lived in fear


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