Flashback Friday – My Grandma’s Haunted House

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Flashback Friday – My Grandma’s Haunted House

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Fandango’s Friday Flashback — September 13

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Fandango asks us to look back at an older post of ours that may not have been seen by very many.

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Here is a post I wrote on September 13, 2013.

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WAS THIS HOUSE HAUNTED?

My Grandma’s house always had a spooky feeling to it.   As a kid, my cousin and I would spend the night over there in the back bedroom……even though we were scared of that room.   It felt like something was watching us from up in the NW corner of the ceiling.   One night we heard what we swore were babies crying in the living room, so we sneaked in there to have a look.   The room was dim, but no lights were on.  What we saw was the old rocking chair just rocking back and forth, with no one in it.   Could this have been a ghost, rocking a ghost baby?   I don’t know, but that’s what we believed. There were many more strange things happened in that house.
I will tell more in later posts!
Peace, Love, & Light
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And a little more about it in a later post:

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Here’s a picture of the house today. It looks like a regular old house, doesn’t it? I don’t know who lives there now, but I always wonder if they have weird things happen in there like we used to, all those years ago. It looks about the same as when my grandparents lived there.

My next post will tell more about the creepy things I felt in and around the garage, which is over to the right, and back a bit.

Hope you’re enjoying hearing about my paranormal experiences!

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Thanks for visiting! Peace ☮️
© 2019 BS

11 responses »

  1. Oh EEK! I know those things do happen. I was attending a funeral once in a church when I was tapped on the shoulder and he said, “Hi! It’s been awhile since I’ve seen you!” When I turned around to see him, of course, he wasn’t there–it was his funeral. I’ll be watching for your next post. And BTW, when my hubby worked in the hospital, they always geared up for Friday, 13th.

    • oooh now that would be a strange experience for real! The person was visiting his own funeral!
      I’m not really superstitious, but you’re right that certain days bring a hyper awareness to things going from normal to weird. And there’s the full moon effect, too. 🙂

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