It started this year, I saw my grandfather who had died February 2, 2010. We had recently visited him. A couple weeks later he dies. I knew it was coming, so when I was visiting him in Florida I gave him a letter I asked him to come see me when he had passed I asked him to promise me and he did. He kept his promise and now I know I can see Earthbound spirits. I told my Mom she said her grandmother (my great grandmother) could see spirits to she called them Earthbound spirits she said she knew it would hit me soon, she said it skips every 2 generations. I had trouble in the beginning with it but now not so much. One of my friends have helped me talk to them, she gave me some questions to ask. But now I have this one spirit that is confused and doesn't want to move on. She is in her 30's she died during WW2 her husband was a solider and I guessing he died after she did without her knowing. She said she won't move on until she see's him. I told her he probably already crossed over into the light. I don't think she believes me though I have been trying to get her to talk to me and cross over but she won't she can go until she either knows her husband is over there or she see's him. This has been going on for 2-3 weeks now and I don't know what to do, someone please help and tell what I can do.
I Can See The Dead
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