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Old 04-25-2013, 03:55 PM   #171
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Two weeks ago this weekend I was attending my nieces baby gender party.While I was helping my mother up off her chair my sister snapped a picture ofme and my mother. Sometime later she showed me the picture and what appeared tobe an orb at my left shoulder. That was very weird. I will try and post thepicture when I get home from work.
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Old 04-25-2013, 04:04 PM   #172
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Within 150-200 yards of my mother's house their is an old graveyard...from the civil war. Very very strange happenings out there.

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Within 150-200 yards of my mother's house their is an old graveyard...from the civil war. Very very strange happenings out there.
I was walking home from my friends house at about 2 in the morning, cutting through the cemetery...that was a little freaky. :O
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That seems to be common among twins.

During my misspent youth, I took 5 courses in psychology. That subject came up in two of those classes. none of the learned professors I studied under could explain it, but none of them denied it.

The most extreme example we studied was two 18 Y.O. brothers in 1944.

One brother, in combat, was shot in the heart and died. At the same moment, the other, in college, had a heart and died.
What's really strange is that he had dislocated it a number of previous times and never had that happen. It's never happened since that one time. Guess there's just some stuff that we can't explain...
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I have a twin brother, but I don't remember having anything like telepathy or similar stuff happen between him and me. But we are fraternal twins, not identical twins, so we are not any closer physically than any other brothers.

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We are fraternal twins, although in grade school we were close enough to switch classes. We always got caught though. We hated to be called by the wrong name. So, when they took attendance, we'd refuse to answer. Duh. Now, the teachers would know we had switched at that point. But they'd always call my mom to come "sort us out".

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Within 150-200 yards of my mother's house their is an old graveyard...from the civil war. Very very strange happenings out there.
Love old graveyards!

Driving through the country sometimes I will see little old ones on my way to here or there. I always make it a point to stop, pay my respects, and look around.
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Love old graveyards!

Driving through the country sometimes I will see little old ones on my way to here or there. I always make it a point to stop, pay my respects, and look around.

I'm kinda the same about old battlefields.

Never really had a true "experience" at one, but got some really eerie feelings, especially at Vicksburg, Bastogne and Belleau Wood.. Feelings that were intense and lasted a week or more.
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I get those same feelings visiting hallowed ground. I think it's our heritage speaking to us. Saying "EARN THIS".

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My wife and I were suddenly awakened in the middle of the night by load voices. I grabbed my Glock (with light attached) and proceeded down the stairs. To my surprise, I found the kitchen TV on and blaring away. We still don't have a clue and it has happened again. Thought of taking it to a repairman but decided against it.

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