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Contact With A Deceased Actor

 

Honestly I am truly bothered at the moment. Two days ago I was watching a movie. While watching this movie, each time a certain actor appeared on the screen I felt this odd feeling I am not even sure how to describe. The closest way of describing it would be as if someone was standing in front of you demanding your attention. As if a friend was with you saying, "Hey! Hey! Hey! Look at me I am talking to you." It began to bother me so much that I ended up turning it off. Now, today I was looking through web news and I saw remembrances of actors and such who had recently passed. Oddly, something I would never pay attention to normally. I began to look through the different ones there when suddenly a picture of the actor from the movie came up. He had died 5 years ago. I did not even know he had passed. And in the picture I was not sure it was the same one at first, but as I searched there was the face from the movie I had watched. For some reason, I cannot seem to clear this "person or feeling" from my mind.

In the past I have had dreams that have occurred, and the ever present knowing when the phone was going to ring and who it was at times, but have chalked most of that up to just coinkydink as I like to call it.

This is different, very different. I am not sure what it is or exactly how to deal with it. Any help would be appreciated. Is it just mind tricks? It took me a half hour of web searching just to even try to come up with a word that might closely or not so closely be associated with what is happening.

Thanks for your time and help!

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GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
 
11 years ago (2008-09-02)
Perhaps there was a connection. Recognizing talent and appreciating their contribution to the arts doesn't seem bad to me. Do they know it on some level - I hope so. Being sensitive is broad, not limited. It's nice when it's a tribute.

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