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It was 1998 and I was having dinner with my family. When all of a sudden my little sister said "Oh my god" and stared at me! I said what? And she said "Oh my god there is a girl next to you! Me playing around said oh yeah describe her for me and she did "little shorter than you with long black hair and she is wearing black pants and shirt with a red vest. Over the next couple of months I entertained the idea but I stopped when I noticed that she would give me detailed information about things she didn't know about. So I put a stop to and a few years later up to know I am hearing that girl along with deceased and alive family members friends and strangers. I am not sure what to make of it! Weather I Should see a doctor or a priest. Somebody help! I am not able to sleep at night, let me tell you a bit about me I work in sales and I am a very active person especially nature. So I am really worldly! So this is just killing my perception of reality! It hard convincing someone to make a purchase when you hear a woman saying she loves you and no one is there. According to my little sister's testimony me and that girl were about to get married in the late 1800s and I died in a car accident. We lived in New York City and she even gave me street addresses names years and I did research on them and I found much but not all. The information. The other issue is that in 2005 I took a week vacation to New York and I tell everybody that it was " deja vu" I felt at home it was a feeling of being at home! It was my first time in New York ever!

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2012alexander (3 stories) (11 posts)
 
9 years ago (2012-02-06)
I do believe in past lives now before this the topic was unimaginable! I remember when going through this she "the ghost " said she was going to give me a gift for my birthday that was coming up in a few days. So I.was expecting somthing to happen on that day! When that day came nothing happens but when I went to sleep that night while still awake a saw a white envelope with writing addressed from Joshua smith to Maria villaicencio in small letters and as I was really focusing on what the letter wrote it dissapeared all I remember reading is "My Dear Madam I regret to inform you" then it vanished.
starsandmars (2 stories) (4 posts)
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9 years ago (2012-02-05)
Do you believe in past lives? Because this is definitely something that could qualify as it.

And, I would not see a doctor or anything like that, I did and all they said was that I had depression and the people that talked to me were only figments of my imagination. I spent half a year in therapy and I lied about their disappearance.

Instead, what I would do is that I would meditate, cleanse your chakras/auras/emotional being, and talk to the spirits. See what they want. If the spirit's partner died an untimely death, you probably have something that reminds her of her late partner.

Also, about the New York thing, almost every dreamer feels at home there. I know I was.
2012alexander (3 stories) (11 posts)
 
9 years ago (2012-02-04)
http://www.american-automobiles.com/Articles/Winton-Racers.html
In 1897 Alexander Winton built his first American Automobile In Cleveland, Ohio. On May 30, 1897 at the Glenville track in Cleveland Winton chugged steady around the mile circuit in 1 minute 48 seconds, an average of 33. 8 miles per hour.

Two months later Winton made a run from Cleveland to New York City in the same automobile. The trip took 78 hours and 43 minutes.

These two feats impressed Alexander Winton, Thomas Henderson and George Brown so much that the trio organized The Winton Motor Carriage Co.
2012alexander (3 stories) (11 posts)
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9 years ago (2012-02-04)
thanks for the clarification I should have been more clear. Its nice to have a response the exact year of my supposed death was 1901. Late 1800s is when I Jose Smith supposedly was engaged to a maria villaicencio in Manhattan new york. Me the son of joshua smith and maria smith lived in new york city on "beach street" and were very well off. She said my parents owned a company but she could not say the company name! I wish I could explain to you how weird and at times overwhelming it is to hear a person I don't recognize nor do I want to. At one time she went in to a trance and started scribbling in a notebook the notebook read "the water is getting darker and deeper I am with you" and if you take the babies bottle and he cries what do you do?" other times she spoke in parables! To this day when I ask her about it we both laugh. What people see and hear in movies I live day to day.
slirpie125 (2 stories) (21 posts)
 
9 years ago (2012-02-03)
I hate to break it to you, but there weren't any cars in the 1800s... They didn't come around until the 1920s... Just saying =)

Savannah

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