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I found the orb photo from this summer. More like a glowing ball than an orb IMO, what do you think?

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Also found this creepy ghost photo...
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Yes, That photo of the "ghost" is fake, just a long exposure I did when some family visited over the summer.


Edit: Opps, Accidentally attached another photo of the "ghost raccoons" :(
 

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I was relic hunting a few months ago with a buddy of mine in an abandoned mining camp, and we decided to poke around in one of the mines. I took a 5 minute video on my phone, and a few days later, I noticed that in the final second of the video, there is a voice that neither I, nor my buddy made. The moment we arrived, both of us felt very uneasy at that location. He described the feeling as "claustrophobic", but I just kind of felt that that place was evil. I posted a shortened version of the video on youtube, and it should be below.

 

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I was relic hunting a few months ago with a buddy of mine in an abandoned mining camp, and we decided to poke around in one of the mines. I took a 5 minute video on my phone, and a few days later, I noticed that in the final second of the video, there is a voice that neither I, nor my buddy made. The moment we arrived, both of us felt very uneasy at that location. He described the feeling as "claustrophobic", but I just kind of felt that that place was evil. I posted a shortened version of the video on youtube, and it should be below.


I was went to supposedly one of the most haunted cemeteries in my area, just to explore then walk on some nice trails after. Anyways, online it said that many EVPs done in the cemetery show paranormal activity, so of course I tried it. Anyways, I started doing an EVP, asking some questions. When I played one back I could not believe what I heard. In the most clear voice ever the word "shut up", as I was asking questions for the EVP. It was said in a slightly haunting very intense voice. I guess that I was right when I thought people think I'm annoying :)
 

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I was went to supposedly one of the most haunted cemeteries in my area, just to explore then walk on some nice trails after. Anyways, online it said that many EVPs done in the cemetery show paranormal activity, so of course I tried it. Anyways, I started doing an EVP, asking some questions. When I played one back I could not believe what I heard. In the most clear voice ever the word "shut up", as I was asking questions for the EVP. It was said in a slightly haunting very intense voice. I guess that I was right when I thought people think I'm annoying :)
Heh... :laughing7:
 

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I have had a number of such experiences, posted some on other threads.

The most recent was simply while driving to go meet with a partner in the southwest, I was zipping south on I 25 at the speed limit of 75 mph; the sun had just set and to my horror a deer (a doe) leaped right in front of me, and WAY too close! I slammed on the brakes and tried to steer behind it, hoping to miss the thing but bracing for a really hard hit - and as I was looking at the deer it seemed as if I could see through it (it looked 100% solid when it leaped from the roadside) and as it cleared the lane, it vanished entirely! I was now slowing a lot, and about thirty feet farther on, in the passing lane, there laid a dead deer (a doe) that had obviously been dead for hours, the blood was already dry. I had just seen a ghost of a deer, in broad daylight. Never had that happen before, I guess it was showing me how it had died. Sure gave me the jitters for a bit, had to stop and get a coffee break after that one!

Please do continue, great posts amigos!

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghost_deer
 

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OK, here's a story that I was told about 30 years ago, more or less, and wondered if anyone else has heard anything similar.

I called the USGS office in Denver, looking for information pertaining to aerial photography used to produce the 7.5 minute quad sheets. It was a technical question, and I was forwarded to a techie. He was pretty well-informed and answered my question quickly and efficiently. An able nerd. Before hanging up, we shot the breeze a bit. He was curious about SW New Mexico (where I was living). He had never visited there and was wondering about the wildlife - he was an avid hunter and told me about his favorite parts of Colorado. Except, he said, this one particular range, where he will never enter again (I believe it was in the northwest part of the state). "Why not?", I asked. "Just because," he said. Me: "What happened?" "You won't believe me", he said. Me: "Oh, come on." Him: "Well, OK." The story below is my memory of what he told me - a little hazy, but correct as far as I can recall the details.

He and his son had elk tags some years prior to our phone conversation and were walking a well-used trail, following elk sign. They heard animals approaching them from behind, and when they turned to see what was coming, they saw a dozen or so elk trotting toward them in single file. They were a bit surprised and stepped off the trail and just stood there as they watched elk began to pass them at a slow lope. The guy watched the first few pass, and then as his gaze shifted back to the rest of them, he said that he saw - "plain as day" - out of his peripheral vision, that the elk all had riders on them. The riders were very small and were riding bareback. "I know you're going to think I'm nuts," he said, "but these guys looked just like what we'd call leprechcans. They wore old-style clothes and funny little hats." When the guy saw this, he turned his head straight-on to one of the elk, but saw nothing but the animal - no rider. When he turned his head away, then he could see the riders again. He did this two or three times - the riders were only visible from the side vision. He told his son to do the same thing, and the son saw riders too, but only once at the end of the parade. It frightened the guy to the point that he quit the hunt and returned to Denver. He had nothing more to add. The whole event happened in about ten seconds, but the memory of it remained "crystal clear", he said.
 

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My father tells me a good one 87 now but has been told for many years back .
He l landed a job in Lucerne Valley after the World War 2 taking out red wood timber from the mineshaft in the summertime well on this occasion he was usually alone and as usual he was alone after coming out of the mine on a very hot day he walked outside looked around didn't see nothing he looked behind him and holy hell there is an Indian man standing there and he looked at him and was startled , looking back at him and he looked all around to see if anything else was there and then he was gone and my dad swears to this day that that Indian was there and yeah my Dad half Indian but I believe the story .
 

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Good one Charlie. Speaking of Indians, here's another one. Back in the 1970s, I house-sat for a couple weeks for some friends who lived in a fairly remote house in North Hurley, NM - right on Whitewater Creek and right at the base of an escarpment known as Geronimo's Lookout. One night I was sleeping and woke up when I heard what sounded like a bunch of people running through the house. The noise came from the front of the house - I was sleeping in the back - and was a bunch of thumping on their wood floor, back and forth, like kids chasing each other. The dog and cat were freaked out, so I peeked out there and saw nothing.

When my friends got back, I mentioned it to them. The husband said, "Yeah, I'm not surprised. This house is built on an Indian ruin, you know. Some of the rock walls are exposed out there in front where we park. Ruth (oldest daughter) won't even sleep in her bedroom anymore. She takes the couch since that one night when she woke up and saw that Indian brave standing at the foot of her bed looking at her. He sort of melted away, and she hasn't slept in there since."
 

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Does your PC have or feel paranormal experiences? You are no different - silicon computers or carbon computers.


Take a clue from arguably the smartest man on this world today - Stephen Hawking. Quote: "I regard the brain as a computer which will stop working when its components fail. There is no heaven or afterlife for broken down computers; that is a fairy story for people afraid of the dark."


Make every day count, because when you're gone you ain't coming back - period.

 

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Does your PC have or feel paranormal experiences? You are no different - silicon computers or carbon computers.


Take a clue from arguably the smartest man on this world today - Stephen Hawking. Quote: "I regard the brain as a computer which will stop working when its components fail. There is no heaven or afterlife for broken down computers; that is a fairy story for people afraid of the dark."


Make every day count, because when you're gone you ain't coming back - period.


Actually you are very different. No computer is self-aware, for instance, nor can any computer reproduce. There is a reason why there are several major religions in the world, all claiming there is some kind of life after the death of our physical bodies.

In fact a surprising argument was made recently that we are in a computer simulation right now, everything that exists. Hard to disprove. However if you are interested, there is real evidence of life after death, but you will have to research it for yourself as I don't have the time right now.

Good posts amigos! :thumbsup: Keep 'em coming

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Actually you are very different. No computer is self-aware, for instance, nor can any computer reproduce. There is a reason why there are several major religions in the world, all claiming there is some kind of life after the death of our physical bodies.

In fact a surprising argument was made recently that we are in a computer simulation right now, everything that exists. Hard to disprove. However if you are interested, there is real evidence of life after death, but you will have to research it for yourself as I don't have the time right now.

Good posts amigos! :thumbsup: Keep 'em coming

:coffee2: :coffee2:
NDE are reported from ALL over the world. BETTER to focus on ALE (After-Life Experiences)...
 
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Actually you are very different. No computer is self-aware, for instance, nor can any computer reproduce. There is a reason why there are several major religions in the world, all claiming there is some kind of life after the death of our physical bodies.

In fact a surprising argument was made recently that we are in a computer simulation right now, everything that exists. Hard to disprove. However if you are interested, there is real evidence of life after death, but you will have to research it for yourself as I don't have the time right now.

Good posts amigos! :thumbsup: Keep 'em coming

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Check Near Death Experiences "Sub-Board"... I AM there!
 

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The house next door to my grandparents was built around 1900--if not earlier--and two elderly sisters lived there together for a long, long time. They were what I would call recluses as I saw them outside no more than twice during my entire childhood. The only contact they had were the caretakers that would stay with them and the occasional visit from one of their family members or my grandmother. They passed away when I was 16 or 17 and the house was passed down to a grandson who decided to renovate and build onto the house before he moved his own young family in there.

Well fast forward to when the flooring guys get in there to redo the floors and the grandson who's renovating the house gets a call at work from the flooring contractor asking him to come do something about his grandmother because she keeps getting in the way of his guys, keeps telling them they are doing everything wrong, and will not leave them alone. This had been going on for a few hours before the phone call was made! So of course the grandson immediately leaves work to see what is going on and when he gets to the house the flooring guys are all confused and tell the grandson that they couldn't find his grandmother--she had last been sitting in a rocking chair in the living room but they had no idea as to where she went. At this point the grandson explains that his grandmother--or her sister--is no longer living and walks into the house where he says out loud that this is now his house--not hers. That was the last I've heard of anything happening in that house.
 
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Same thing; MANY reports of SAME from various cemeteries... VARIOUS countries.

If you guys want to see paranormal investigations and videos, by my brother, and I, with a huge amount of activity check out our YouTube channel dedicated to it, and always like and subscribe cause this week we’re going to a mansion built in the 1870’s that’s still inhabited by more than just the current owners: https://www.youtube.com/user/daltoncoody
 

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2010 Salam Mass , Building has the trees where Believed Which’s were Hung , and Cematary behind. ImageUploadedByTreasureNet.com1605578251.869924.jpg look in window be hind our guide . 1:30 am .
 

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