Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-24 15:15:51
ID: 54050
Sis's psychic says that her ex's marriage won't go through. It is presently planned for 3 weeks from now. People have told his fiancée that he's a jerk but she refused to believe it. Maybe she'll suddenly see the light?
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-08 21:35:00
ID: 53687
I used to hang out with this guy who gave the best tarot card readings. They were always accurate. And by looking at him you would never believe he was into that stuff. A big burly guy who worked on cars and fixed stuff, wore flannel and boots, a real meat and potatoes kind of guy. He moved away but man he was the best. He could have seriously made some money from that hobby. I had a couple of coworkers come over one night and he read cards for them and they were blown away.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-05 18:24:06
ID: 53625
I'm OP about not sure how a deceased person can move objects and never seeing it happen. I didn't mean I don't believe in ghosts because I lived in a house where there was one. She did some things with her energy and caused noises and smells but she didn't move anything. Mostly she wanted to sit in her rocker by the window and look out except when my kid was sick. The rocker was no longer there and she kept saying she wanted it back but she seemed to think she was sitting in it. She didn't know how to move on. She was a very discontented entity.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-05 15:56:37
ID: 53618
I thought our washer & dryer were possessed or something when we first moved into our new house. They would start and stop on their own randomly. It was so crazy DH and I couldn't figure out what the hell was happening. Then one day I was in the kitchen and heard the washer start, so I ran to the pantry/laundry room to see what was going on. That's the day I learned that our cat is heavy enough to activate the buttons with her paws. Little fatty. LOL. Now I make sure to actually power them down when not in use. (Yes- they power down. They're super fancy and I love them) Still sometimes I'll go check the laundry and find the cat turned the washer off with her feet before the load was done.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-05 09:02:50
ID: 53610
In response to a confession. For real! When the penny hit me (after I stopped freaking out), I was like, next time make it a twenty! I think I posted once about finding $10 in a really weird way. It's a long story.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-05 09:00:27
ID: 53592
The two times I had personal "ghostly" interactions were in a house built in 1921. Each time (a solid 4 years apart) I was alone in the house in the evening and right in my ear a male voice said, "Hi." The first time, I froze because I was sure I would see a man standing next to me. But no. The next time I was like, "This guy..." This is the same house one of my children calmly reported "Talking to the man in the hat in my closet." when she was around 2-4 years old.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-05 03:10:20
ID: 53611
Here's a weird story. Sometimes, when my dh does laundry, the lid on the washing machine will open, stopping the wash. It's a top loader and it locks when you hit the start button. I thought he was bullshitting me until I saw him hit start, and then about ten minutes later, I realized I couldn't hear it running. Went down to the basement and the lid was open. To stop a cycle, you have to hold the button down for three seconds and it takes it a few more seconds to unlock, and there's no way it could have opened on its own. It's just the two of us here. I have no logical explanation for this happening. What kind of a ghost screws with washing machines? Like, you're dead. Go to Disneyland.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-05 01:06:51
ID: 53605
I don’t believe in ghosts at ALL but what was that, I wanna know, how the hell did it appear like that? I wanna know so bad.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-04 22:14:20
ID: 53596
If someone deceased is going to throw money at me, please God let it be a $100 bill.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-04 16:15:48
ID: 53575
In response to a confession. We're energetic beings. It's totally normal to react to a celestial event, especially a full moon. Think about it, the moon can control the ocean tides. Of course it can affect humans. Full moons tend to signify an ending. What's happening in your life that is coming to an end? It doesn't have to be something major. It can be something like a work project, or even finishing a project around the house. It pushes us to tie up loose ends, and sometimes this can cause anxiety. Or maybe you're just sensitive to its energy. Either way, I totally get what you're saying. Try not to think of it as darkness. Energy is energy. We're the ones who make it dark or light. Try channeling that energy into something productive.
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