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“Bee Hive Jive”

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#1 Oct 2, 2013
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/kami-garcia-/to...

Just in time for HALLOWEEN SEASON.....

Have you had an experience?
Blacklicks Only Poster

Reynoldsburg, OH

#2 Oct 2, 2013
No, no and no.

“Bee Hive Jive”

Since: Apr 10

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#3 Oct 2, 2013
Blacklicks Only Poster wrote:
No, no and no.
I have had two definite experiences.....I didn't believe until it happened.
Don't talk about it because some people are non believers.
To each his own.
Lol
trouble maker

Jackson, OH

#4 Oct 2, 2013
go to moonville tunnell if you belive or dont and see if you can spot any "thing" or any 'body" who looks diffrent to you. see what you think or have to say .

“Bee Hive Jive”

Since: Apr 10

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#5 Oct 2, 2013
trouble maker wrote:
go to moonville tunnell if you belive or dont and see if you can spot any "thing" or any 'body" who looks diffrent to you. see what you think or have to say .
http://www.moonvilletunnel.net
I love it! Thanks.....
Interesting to say the least!
Have you been there?

“Where did I put my tiara?”

Since: Dec 11

Columbus, OH

#6 Oct 2, 2013
I do! Three brief instances. We had just moved into our house, new build, I walked down the stairs and the smell of a pipe was overwhelming. I asked hubby who he knew that smoke a pipe, his Grandfather.

We went to see a psychic in San Diego, near the harbor for fun, described hubby's Grandfather to a "t" and told me that I would have a baby girl even if I continued birth control. The entity was to be part of my life. Hello, LG welcome to this crazy world.

My at work hubby, who is deceased, loved the lottery. I woke up one morning,years ago, insomnia, and the tv was on with a replay of the lottery numbers. It was 4:44 am. He played it, came up the next day. Since he died 95% of the time at 4:44am I just happen to look at the clock. All you lottery players...

“Bee Hive Jive”

Since: Apr 10

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#7 Oct 2, 2013
GlitterSucks wrote:
I do! Three brief instances. We had just moved into our house, new build, I walked down the stairs and the smell of a pipe was overwhelming. I asked hubby who he knew that smoke a pipe, his Grandfather.
We went to see a psychic in San Diego, near the harbor for fun, described hubby's Grandfather to a "t" and told me that I would have a baby girl even if I continued birth control. The entity was to be part of my life. Hello, LG welcome to this crazy world.
My at work hubby, who is deceased, loved the lottery. I woke up one morning,years ago, insomnia, and the tv was on with a replay of the lottery numbers. It was 4:44 am. He played it, came up the next day. Since he died 95% of the time at 4:44am I just happen to look at the clock. All you lottery players...
Wow! That would make me a believer.
Erie....
Your husband is gone?
I'm so sorry, I didn't know.

“Where did I put my tiara?”

Since: Dec 11

Columbus, OH

#8 Oct 2, 2013
BizzyBee wrote:
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Wow! That would make me a believer.
Erie....
Your husband is gone?
I'm so sorry, I didn't know.
At work hubby, not legally married hubby. I worked with Glenn , he's dead so I don't think he will mind I'm using his name, for 16 years.

“Paper Or Plastic?”

Since: Nov 11

Albakoikee

#9 Oct 2, 2013
BizzyBee wrote:
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I have had two definite experiences.....I didn't believe until it happened.
Don't talk about it because some people are non believers.
To each his own.
Lol
And I thought I was going crazy. I've pondered for quite some time asking if anyone here believed in "apparitions". I've definitely had three instances over the five years I've lived here of seeing a presence in the middle of the night, each time a female figure. ooooooooooooooeeeeee

“Bee Hive Jive”

Since: Apr 10

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#10 Oct 2, 2013
rowdy01 wrote:
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And I thought I was going crazy. I've pondered for quite some time asking if anyone here believed in "apparitions". I've definitely had three instances over the five years I've lived here of seeing a presence in the middle of the night, each time a female figure. ooooooooooooooeeeeee
After I divorced, I bought a house and found out that the man who lived there died there.
My friend and I heard noises in the attic. He went up there and saw nothing of course. I had told him I had been hearing noises once in a while.
While reading, one day, I saw, with my peripheral vision, something whiz by. I looked up and of course, nothing. Well, it happened many times, and I stood up and said( and this is going to sound bonkers) Go to the light. I am not afraid of you. After many times repeating that, I never saw the ghost again. Or whatever it was.
S P O O K Y!!!!!!!
No offense my dear spook!
Lmao

“Cats rule.”

Since: Dec 09

Chardon Ohio.

#11 Oct 2, 2013
The only thing that I believe is that my dad, who I'm sure is in heaven, is looking over me and keeping this great thing that I have going, and keeping me alive. I have absolutely no other explanation as to why I am still doing so well physically.

“Queen of my domain”

Since: May 10

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#12 Oct 2, 2013
Not sure if I do or don't. I can tell one story--and this is based on my taphophile adventures.

I was looking for my great-grandparents' graves. My great-grandmother was awful in figuring out her life. I did get her marriage records and found records of her kids' births/baptisms, and all were confusing about her age. If I believed one record, she was married at 14. If I believed a couple of the kids' birth records, she was probably 20-25ish when married. But these were also handwritten records that I had to pay a researcher in Poland to get, written in a mix of Polish and Latin. I thought "Ok, I'm not transcribing correctly, perhaps."

I knew she was buried in Toledo, and the cemetery she was buried at. But I could never find her grave. She confused the crap out of me because a number of her descendants also had her name, Frances. So...one day I'm in Toledo and thought I'd look for her grave once again.

I drive through the cemetery gates, and actually said out loud, "Frances, you are one confusing woman. Where the HELL are you?"

Damn if I did not park, unknowingly, right in front of her grave. LOL. And to boot, her gravestone had yet one more birth year on it, indicating she died at age of 45 instead of 65. I literally said out loud again, "you're a vain one, ain't you?" And damn if bird poop did not fall on me out of the tree over her grave.

I crack up every time I think of this.
Trouble maker

Jackson, OH

#13 Oct 2, 2013
BizzyBee wrote:
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http://www.moonvilletunnel.net
I love it! Thanks.....
Interesting to say the least!
Have you been there?
well, yeah i been there. its got poison ivy all over the place. bats hanging upside down in the tunnell and flys out when your not expecting it so you better wear a hat so they wont get tangled up in your hair. they look like little rats with wings anyhow. and they got sticky crap all over its wings too. theres houses & places in logan that the landlords dont know their on there. we found these places when we were younger. and your welcome.

“Bee Hive Jive”

Since: Apr 10

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#14 Oct 3, 2013
gokeefe wrote:
Not sure if I do or don't. I can tell one story--and this is based on my taphophile adventures.
I was looking for my great-grandparents' graves. My great-grandmother was awful in figuring out her life. I did get her marriage records and found records of her kids' births/baptisms, and all were confusing about her age. If I believed one record, she was married at 14. If I believed a couple of the kids' birth records, she was probably 20-25ish when married. But these were also handwritten records that I had to pay a researcher in Poland to get, written in a mix of Polish and Latin. I thought "Ok, I'm not transcribing correctly, perhaps."
I knew she was buried in Toledo, and the cemetery she was buried at. But I could never find her grave. She confused the crap out of me because a number of her descendants also had her name, Frances. So...one day I'm in Toledo and thought I'd look for her grave once again.
I drive through the cemetery gates, and actually said out loud, "Frances, you are one confusing woman. Where the HELL are you?"
Damn if I did not park, unknowingly, right in front of her grave. LOL. And to boot, her gravestone had yet one more birth year on it, indicating she died at age of 45 instead of 65. I literally said out loud again, "you're a vain one, ain't you?" And damn if bird poop did not fall on me out of the tree over her grave.
I crack up every time I think of this.
YEP! That was her! The bird poop was probably because you called her vain. LOLOL

“Bee Hive Jive”

Since: Apr 10

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#15 Oct 3, 2013
Trouble maker wrote:
<quoted text> well, yeah i been there. its got poison ivy all over the place. bats hanging upside down in the tunnell and flys out when your not expecting it so you better wear a hat so they wont get tangled up in your hair. they look like little rats with wings anyhow. and they got sticky crap all over its wings too. theres houses & places in logan that the landlords dont know their on there. we found these places when we were younger. and your welcome.
Sounds spooky and fun! Thanks for the info!
Tazzie

France

#16 Oct 3, 2013
Once saw a man making out with a corpse in Greenfield grave yard

“Paper Or Plastic?”

Since: Nov 11

Albakoikee

#17 Oct 3, 2013
Tazzie wrote:
Once saw a man making out with a corpse in Greenfield grave yard
It was Hassan. Why didn't you blackmail him?

“Where did I put my tiara?”

Since: Dec 11

Columbus, OH

#18 Oct 3, 2013
gokeefe wrote:
Not sure if I do or don't. I can tell one story--and this is based on my taphophile adventures.
I was looking for my great-grandparents' graves. My great-grandmother was awful in figuring out her life. I did get her marriage records and found records of her kids' births/baptisms, and all were confusing about her age. If I believed one record, she was married at 14. If I believed a couple of the kids' birth records, she was probably 20-25ish when married. But these were also handwritten records that I had to pay a researcher in Poland to get, written in a mix of Polish and Latin. I thought "Ok, I'm not transcribing correctly, perhaps."
I knew she was buried in Toledo, and the cemetery she was buried at. But I could never find her grave. She confused the crap out of me because a number of her descendants also had her name, Frances. So...one day I'm in Toledo and thought I'd look for her grave once again.
I drive through the cemetery gates, and actually said out loud, "Frances, you are one confusing woman. Where the HELL are you?"
Damn if I did not park, unknowingly, right in front of her grave. LOL. And to boot, her gravestone had yet one more birth year on it, indicating she died at age of 45 instead of 65. I literally said out loud again, "you're a vain one, ain't you?" And damn if bird poop did not fall on me out of the tree over her grave.
I crack up every time I think of this.
Keefers why do you bait me so?

“Queen of my domain”

Since: May 10

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#19 Oct 3, 2013
GlitterSucks wrote:
<quoted text>Keefers why do you bait me so?
Go for it. It was a true story. I also have a huge sense of humor and you know it's gonna roll right off my back like water off a duck.
Tazzie

France

#20 Oct 4, 2013
rowdy01 wrote:
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It was Hassan. Why didn't you blackmail him?
I Would have done Dad
but you know Hassan he would have tried to play the race card
plus i was holding the coffin lid open for him

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