Two years ago my uncle was killed in a car wreck he made a u-turn because he forgot to give me and my mum roses for he was just at our house and a drunk semi hit him.
Ever since I have always smelled his aftershave and then my hair being brushed from my face just like he used to. His after shave always had a very musky smell to it just like his did or perhaps still does, but it seems to appear from nowhere, one minute I will be sitting on the couch and then the smell seems to just appear, sometimes it's so strong it makes me a little dizzy but when I get dizzy the smell seems to disappear!
I truly believe with all my heart this is my uncle, or perhaps now, my guardian angel, visiting me and still taking care of me just like he did and I just want to say this, if it wasn't for my uncle my family wouldn't have survived 2008 so if he really is still watching over me perhaps he is looking out for another rough year to somehow help us out in, just like he used to love to do.
But that's not all. There is also an unknown spirit that seems to be attached to me or at least my house.
I also smell a very odd smell it is not after shave but it is perfume, very strong perfume at that. Then at night I can hear high heels lightly clinking down the hall on the wooden floors and it is lightly as if she knows I am sleeping and wishes not to disturb me.
But it doesn't seem to follow me like my uncle does. I know a friend of my mothers who is a psychic, or at least claims to be, but she said she feels sadness and longing from this female presence like she's lonely and just wants someone to be near but I am a girl and this woman seems to only come near me, but my brother has experienced the strong perfume and has heard the light clinking of high heels on wood floor, so I guess she goes to me and him but I don't know how to help her, and it's a little creepy because she seems to appear most when I am researching on my laptop, like she's interested in my school work.
So if you have any idea what I can do to make her feel like she is no longer alone, or to help her "pass on" if that is indeed a task a human can take then I would love to hear it.