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Ever seen a ghost?



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#31 Posted 17 June 2007 - 10:20 PM

They are merely malfunctions in the visual sensors of your cybernetic rig. Pay no attention to them.



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#32 Posted 17 June 2007 - 10:36 PM

my grandma has seen a ghost apparently, we were walking down the hallway in her house when she stopped me suddenly, she pointed to the end of the hallway next to the stairs and ask "who's that man?" ofcoarse i didn't see anything, "that man there" she said. i walked bravely towards the end of the hall fist clenched and it went away. as for me, i've never personally seen a ghost



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#33 Posted 17 June 2007 - 10:41 PM

Last year on June 06th, '06... (that's 06/06/06 for those that don't know) a couple friends and I broke into the old abandoned asylum named "Dammasch" (look it up on Google) that was build to house the mentally insane. Now, we made our way up to a foor (don't remember which on) and managed to find the X-ray lab... we walked in, and tons of x-rays were just scattered about the floor. I turned to look at some of the names carved into the wall (previous teenage explorers) and began carving my insignia.

I took a look down the hall, and my friends had moved on to check out some more rooms a small ways down. As I was carving the 'u' into my name (Austin) I felt a VERY cold breathe on the back of my neck... as if someone had just got done sucking on ice... I turned around, and my friends were still quite aways down... definitely too far away to have done it and run, plus, I would have heard them.

But I know what someone breathing on the back of your neck feels like, and it was a concentrated blow, I felt it only in that one spot... now, I don't really believe in ghosts, and I'm not really superstitious... but, I have no idea what that was.

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#34 Posted 17 June 2007 - 11:21 PM

Sometimes I really spook myself out. Like when I hear something - like a random voice - but it's actually just me thinking it.



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#35 Posted 17 June 2007 - 11:30 PM

View PostSonic Boom!, on Jun 17 2007, 08:42 AM, said:

One morning i was laying in bed fully awake and i seen some little orb thingy float down the hall and stop where I could see it the best. I stared for a little and it floated away.

I'm gonna say this one was made up :tongue
For myself, I have not ever experienced something supernatural to the best of my recollections. It's quite interesting how so many here have.
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#36 Posted 17 June 2007 - 11:40 PM

I see a silhouette of a man walk down my hallway every now and then. Usually when I'm sitting at my computer in my room and my door is open I see something pass by.
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#37 Posted 17 June 2007 - 11:45 PM

I see ghosts at safe way all the time, there called old people who can't find there way out. seriously though I have never seen a ghost only just things out of the corner of my eye, thats about it.
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#38 Posted 17 June 2007 - 11:46 PM

Best mate of mine used to have a girlfriend who lived across the neighborhood. He'd sneak out of his house around midnight to go "see" her, and come back to his place around 3 or so. This required him to walk through the woods in his back yard. As he was walking he thought he heard laughter so he stopped and listened. at that moment he heard what sounded like a 5 year old girl say "heeheehee! I don't wanna play!" come from no more than a few feet away.

He screamed, cried and ran all the way home. Thinking of that story always made the hair on the back of my neck standup when I walked to his house from mine at night (which required walking through the same woods).
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#39 Posted 17 June 2007 - 11:58 PM

View PostSeraph, on Jun 17 2007, 06:46 PM, said:

Best mate of mine used to have a girlfriend who lived across the neighborhood. He'd sneak out of his house around midnight to go "see" her, and come back to his place around 3 or so. This required him to walk through the woods in his back yard. As he was walking he thought he heard laughter so he stopped and listened. at that moment he heard what sounded like a 5 year old girl say "heeheehee! I don't wanna play!" come from no more than a few feet away.

He screamed, cried and ran all the way home. Thinking of that story always made the hair on the back of my neck standup when I walked to his house from mine at night (which required walking through the same woods).

Dude that sounds really creepy. What if you were there with him?
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#40 Posted 18 June 2007 - 12:01 AM

Ah, yes, ghosts. Mere figments of the imagination, created by the complex organ we call the brain.

Haven't seen one of these mysterious hallucinations? Try this.

Stay up for 2 days straight without any sleep. Eventually your brain will release a natural drug into your bloodstream (forget what the drug was called) that basically makes you hallucinate like crazy. I stayed up for 3 days straight once with a friend of mine, and kept seeing full figured gray colored people running through my house. Sometimes I would just go insane and chase after them. It's pretty fun but also pretty scary. Then you get the occasional spots of rainbow here and there. Basically your brain is telling you "Ack, I'm tiiiiired, let's go to sleeeep!"
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View Posth0t_sauc3, on Jun 17 2007, 07:21 PM, said:

The foot sinking into the ground really scared me. Almost as much as that Rosie Odonnel sex scene on nip/tuck.



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#41 Posted 18 June 2007 - 12:06 AM

View PostSnS CEO, on Jun 17 2007, 07:30 PM, said:

I'm gonna say this one was made up :tongue

Nope.
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#42 Posted 18 June 2007 - 12:09 AM

View PostConflict-Zero, on Jun 17 2007, 07:01 PM, said:

Ah, yes, ghosts. Mere figments of the imagination, created by the complex organ we call the brain.

Haven't seen one of these mysterious hallucinations? Try this.

Stay up for 2 days straight without any sleep. Eventually your brain will release a natural drug into your bloodstream (forget what the drug was called) that basically makes you hallucinate like crazy. I stayed up for 3 days straight once with a friend of mine, and kept seeing full figured gray colored people running through my house. Sometimes I would just go insane and chase after them. It's pretty fun but also pretty scary. Then you get the occasional spots of rainbow here and there. Basically your brain is telling you "Ack, I'm tiiiiired, let's go to sleeeep!"


Ive experianced some similar things during hypnogogic sleep (i think thats what they call it)

Once I woke quickly in bed and stared at my trousers hanging over my chair for a few minutes. I was half-asleep and i noticed the legs of my trousers started to curl up. I jumped up and they were back to normal.

Annnd one morning, my alarm was going off and my mum comes in to turn it off. She picks up my alarm clock and im barely awake and i turn to my shelf to turn it off. I say to my mum "no no wait its not that ill get it" I was looking a minature black bag with legs (yes) running around my shelf ringing. I hadnt taken anything.

Another example - i hate spiders. Other night I woke and on returning from the bathroom and getting back into bed i saw a spider on the wall. I went to crush it with my fist but as soon as i moved it just vanished.

You can actually try to bring these hallucinations on yourself before you sleep, its really simple you just lie on your back in bed, close your eyes for 5 minutes or so and then keep them open for a while, then close them, then open them until you really really feel drowsy. (Sometimes you will feel like you are on a rollercoaster, going up and down. You can actually feel the movement, its quite relaxing) When you feel as if your about to go to sleep, open your eyes. Sometimes you may hear things (Ive heard voices - That ALWAYS creeps me out!!!!) and you'll probably start to hallucinate. you'll either then fall asleep or become afraid of what your brain thinks you are seeing.

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http://en.wikipedia....wiki/Hypnogogic

Interesting - it mentions feeling a presence when you are in this state.



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#43 Posted 18 June 2007 - 12:21 AM

View PostSeraph, on Jun 17 2007, 04:46 PM, said:

Best mate of mine used to have a girlfriend who lived across the neighborhood. He'd sneak out of his house around midnight to go "see" her, and come back to his place around 3 or so. This required him to walk through the woods in his back yard. As he was walking he thought he heard laughter so he stopped and listened. at that moment he heard what sounded like a 5 year old girl say "heeheehee! I don't wanna play!" come from no more than a few feet away.

He screamed, cried and ran all the way home. Thinking of that story always made the hair on the back of my neck standup when I walked to his house from mine at night (which required walking through the same woods).

I would have cried too. Unless there was a pretty lady on my arm. That changes everything. Does that happen to you guys, where you suddenly act braver because there's a girl there?
One time, I escorted my future girlfriend to a cemetery, because the dumb ******* had to do a last minute report on the history of our town, and wanted a rubbing of a gravestone. Of all times, she wanted to do it at night, "to get the feel". So she's getting the rubbing, I'm walking around like a retard, when my foot sinks into the ground. I freak out, and like trip over the gravestone onto my friend. Luckily, I look like a hero, because I grab her, and pull her to the ground as this bird(owl?) flies down. She screams, etc, and I act all cool, even though I was scared shitless, and was scared of zombies. The foot sinking into the ground really scared me. Almost as much as that Rosie Odonnel sex scene on nip/tuck.
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#44 Posted 18 June 2007 - 12:47 AM

View Posth0t_sauc3, on Jun 17 2007, 07:21 PM, said:

I would have cried too. Unless there was a pretty lady on my arm. That changes everything. Does that happen to you guys, where you suddenly act braver because there's a girl there?
One time, I escorted my future girlfriend to a cemetery, because the dumb ******* had to do a last minute report on the history of our town, and wanted a rubbing of a gravestone. Of all times, she wanted to do it at night, "to get the feel". So she's getting the rubbing, I'm walking around like a retard, when my foot sinks into the ground. I freak out, and like trip over the gravestone onto my friend. Luckily, I look like a hero, because I grab her, and pull her to the ground as this bird(owl?) flies down. She screams, etc, and I act all cool, even though I was scared shitless, and was scared of zombies. The foot sinking into the ground really scared me. Almost as much as that Rosie Odonnel sex scene on nip/tuck.

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The foot sinking into the ground really scared me. Almost as much as that Rosie Odonnel sex scene on nip/tuck.



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#45 Posted 18 June 2007 - 12:49 AM

I think if I saw a ghost I wouldn't even have time to freeze up I would probably just yell something and run away with my heart beating really fast and a headache brewing afterwards.
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