Hi, my dog passed away. A few months later, I saw a strange image hard to explain. When I looked at it, it took off and knocked an ornament off the Christmas tree. Prior to that I have heard whining that sounded just like her when she wanted my attention. I believe she is here. I don’t live in the same house I did before, but I think she has found her way to me. I loved her so much and had her since she was a puppy. Miss her but know she is still here in spirit.
— Millie in Colorado
I had a premonition about a serious accident to the point that I would not let my 19 year old son leave that evening (he had planned on taking the train back to college that evening) and while watching TV, they broke in to say that the train he would have been on derailed due to ice on the tracks. Several other young adults lost their lives that evening on the train.
— Debbie, Maryland
Something funny is going on in my apartment. We moved in around February 2016. Being in our new home I never experienced anything like this. My girlfriend is expecting next month. But for some odd reason last month I was in my living room and it smelled like baby powder then it goes away. Last night I was sitting there again with my girlfriend and it was strong at one point, but then every time I said I smelled something it kept coming and going. So I laid a different way, and I went to my bedroom and the smell follows me. Then I’m the only one who can smell the scent of baby powder. And crazy I’m sitting here now and I’m in the bathroom smelling it again. What does this mean?
— Serious in Michigan
I don’t believe in anything but scientific fact let alone ghosts or animal ghosts.
However, I recently had an old dog 19 put to sleep, it was time for her to go. I loved her very much and I think the feeling was mutual.
I let her cool down for a few days before I buried her, as is my habit. Brain has electrical energy that doesn’t stop right away, it tapers off as the body cools.
So in the veggie patch she goes.
The next night, I am asleep and I get woken up by the bed moving. Now here is where things get scary and inexplicable to science.
I sleep on a water bed. I felt a movement like old dog doing a circle before lying down, I freeze, look up quickly but fully alert only moving my head because I can’t really believe this, my mind is racing as I can already sense what is happening, it’s all in a second or so til now. So I look up and I see a vague image of her circling then fading. Continue reading
I’ve had this weird, what feels like premonition lately. It doesn’t make much sense to me but it does. Ever since I was younger I have thought I would die in a car crash. When I was six I remember exactly telling my mom I would die in a car crash.
I’m now older and I was sitting in the passenger seat of a car when I vividly saw me in my late teens driving a red car that had light brown leather seats. I was on the interstate smiling about something, thinking maybe someone was in the car with me but I never see if anyone is beside of me. All of a sudden a car hits me on the driver’s side and me slowly passing with a lot of blood on the interior of the car.
That was the first time I had the premonition. I have now seen this three times and have no idea what to make of it. I hope it is just something I’m telling myself and imaging, another part of me knows this might well happen to me in future time.
— Anonymous, America
My first paranormal experience was when I was five years old. I had two sisters and one brother at the time. My mother had put us to bed as usual, myself and my sister Marian slept in bunk-beds her on the top, me on the bottom. Well we knew something wasn’t right with the house as it was but we were all kind of young.
Anyway I was just after dozing off maybe about 10 minutes or so when I heard this giggling and I kind of lay there for a second or two and then I felt a weight on me. I felt someone literally jumping up and down on my chest and giggling. Me being five, I thought it was one of my sisters even though the giggling sounded much younger. Anyway I opened my eyes to see what was going on and which one of my sisters were messing with me. To my shock it was a little girl with long brown ringlets in her hair. She wouldn’t have been more than three, and my sisters at the time were eight and nine. I was the youngest.
I lay there looking up at her jumping up and down on top of me and I remember the little smile on her face. I didn’t realise what I am as seeing. I smiled back at her and I remember getting scared and I tried to call my mam and nothing would come out of my mouth. I’ll never ever forget the fear I felt when I couldn’t make a sound. And then when I tried to shout a second time, she just disappeared like she was never there.