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The Gift Of Seeing Spirits


This started when I was younger. We lived in our old house and I was 8. I woke up in the middle of the night. I went downstairs and I saw this figure of a person but then it disappeared. I ran up stairs and banged on my mom and dad's door crying. After that I haven't seen anything yet.

We just moved in my new house, so I was 9. I stayed up all night and I finally fell asleep. Then I heard like rocks on my window. I looked and there was this figure. It was black and had no body parts and had no face.

I was 10 when the problem got worst. I started seeing things in the future and finishing sentences for my friends. After that, I started seeing ghosts again. The first one was the black figure. Then in my friends' houses and at school. I go to a catholic school, so we have a cemetery, which freaked me out more.

At my school we have an old building and a new one. We really never go to the old building. My friends said because of the kid who died there. So, one day we went there. They dared me to go to the third-story bathroom where the kid died. So, I went. When I got up there I heard these noises which sounded like footsteps and voices. I felt negative energy. I then turn turned around and saw a boy. I ran back down and said I didn't see any ting.

Now I'm trying to tell my parents because when I was 11. I could see the entire ghost around and now I sit at home thinking and looking up research about paranormal.

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Locked_Doors (1 stories) (1 posts)
15 years ago (2008-07-22)
I feel negative energies as well and as hard as it is to try and ignore them, it's probably the best. Just work on staying happy and healthy. I tried to tell my mom but she said it was because I was stressed so I believed her, but then it continued. I haven't said anything to her since the first time, to avoid a trip to the psych ward. I think you should do what feels comfortable to you. I'm also happy that I am not alone in this. 😁
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
15 years ago (2008-07-22)
You are strong. If it's not nice, ignore it. I suggest you get a friend network, set some goals (professionally), and protect yourself from things that aren't beneficial - and you know who they are. That's my two cents.

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