Join Date: Dec 2011
Location: Very far away from you!
YES, back on topic xD
Last night I was in my room trying to sleep, and I heard a loud snapping noise near the foot of my bed. I looked around and there was nothing that could have made that noise. The only other places I had heard it were in the dining room when I sensed a spirit, and on "Psychic Kids: Children of the Paranormal" when a kid named Joel was in a cabin where a small child had died, and he agreed with Chip that that was WEIRD.
I love "Psychic Kids" though because it has taught me so much. "No fear, no doubt" is what Chip says and whenever I hear a scary noise or see something scary I think of Chip talking to me and calming me down. Or him talking and making the spirits go away. Very empowering.
I'd like to say something that happened to me once....
This year, around January, I was walking from my bedroom to the living room because I was getting some stuff ready to go to a friend's house.
I had just reached the piano (at the very entrance of the living room) when I heard an earsplitting DING, DING, DING, DING, DING!!!
And it sounded as though it were RIGHT IN MY EAR. It was so loud that I went temporarily deaf. Now, those of you who know me will know that I live literally in the middle of nowhere, very far out in the country. There are no shipyards or railroads near me, nothing that could have POSSIBLY made that noise. No TVs, radios, or computers were on at the time.
I went downstairs to ask my dad if he heard it (actually I ran down...) and he said it had been silent the whole time.
Damn spirits. They tend to send me the most nonsense-like stuff that has absolutely no connection to anything at all ;___________;
But yes, I've come to the conclusion that it was a ship's bell. It was not an alarm bell like DINGDINGDINGDINGDING
They were kind of low DINGs, with a second between each one.
It was really creepy.
I didn't go into the living room through that entrance for about a week after that, mind you.
Actually, right now there are things moving through the house. Just walking or running around.
The most prominent one right now is a black shape with a white outline.
I can't really make out the others.
But they're opposite the room from me.
7 bettas, 2 goldfish, 50+ (accidental) snails, 2 parakeets, 1 dog, 2 cats
Rest in peace Butch, greatest dog ever, Omelette the Veiltail, and Chipita the Veiltail