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Offline florapaw

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« on: October 12, 2017, 05:24:54 AM »
hey guys since it's almost spoopday and i also like to hear spooky stories i have created this thread for that exact purpose! if this has already been done before, all is well. just quietly ignore me and my ignorance.

so pretty much just give a story(or stories) about anything creepy, strange or unexplained that has happened to you. like i said, this stuff interests me and im genuinely curious :)

heres my list of stories:

- The night after my dog Princess had to be put down, my parents were both woken to the familiar sound of her nails clicking against the tiles. We didn't have our two currents dogs at that time, and neither of them slept that night.

- My mum recently told me that when I was a baby that she was awoken one night from my crying and went into the room across the hall to soothe me when a soft voice urged me to go to sleep. She looked into the bedroom and saw a woman leaning over my cot. She said it didn't even scare her, she was just really happy to go back to sleep

- Another story for mum: she used to work at a chicken hatchery (note: a hatchery doesn't hurt chickens; it simply incubates the eggs and sends the chicks off). A few years before her hatchery went under she was on night duty sorting the chicks into the trucks. She swears that the chickens used to talk to her and cry for their mothers.

- My family are really into hiking to the point that we hire out a cabin to stay at while we hike. This guy on a big property owns it and the house we hire used to be his own house. The first time we went there, me and my sister were exploring when we came across this room near the front of the house. We looked in, but we didn't stay long. Dad told us we could have the big room and sleep with mum and he'd stay in the front room. We both told him that he couldn't stay in 'the scary room' so he didn't. Both my mum and dad now agree that there's something eerie about that room. My dad has even invited friends up there to fish. The first time it was a larger group than my family there and two of the younger boys said they'd sleep in there. My dad woke up the next morning and they had made themselves comfortable in the big room. They claimed they got this feeling to get out of the room in the middle of the night. No one knows what's so scary about it, but something is definitely unsettling.

- A girl in my drama class was joking about the "ghost living in the prac room" (drama class has two rooms: one for theory work and one for practical activities) when suddenly every open door slammed shut. We don't joke about the ghost anymore.

- Once when we were hiking we went really deep into the bush when we caught sight of a wild dog sitting on a hill just staring at us. Big, unblinking eyes just staring at me and my dad. My dad wanted to make sure it wouldn't follow us, so he picked up a stick and threw it at the dog when it lifted its head and screamed the most human scream I've ever heard. It stood, jaws still parted but no noise coming out, and watched as we left as quickly as we could.

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« Reply #1 on: October 12, 2017, 03:09:47 PM »
Dog talking and talking chickens? I wish I could communicate with my beloved bunnies, in the same language. That's not tetric, it's great !!!
Although ghosts in rooms, places and houses is always something to keep in mind. Florapaw you might have a ghost behind you, right now!     :pipkin-oh     :blackberry3
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« Reply #2 on: October 14, 2017, 01:03:44 PM »
xDDD *Tackle-hugs with loving nuzzles* Great stories, dear.
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« Reply #3 on: October 17, 2017, 06:07:27 PM »
Interesting stories! Sometimes these happenings are too strange to try to explain logically. Life is a curious thing...

No stories spring to mind for me, (thankfully!) However,  I recall that my granma has a few stories about a certain house she stayed at a few times.
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« Reply #4 on: October 17, 2017, 07:49:36 PM »
OH boy that last one was weird
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« Reply #5 on: October 28, 2017, 08:31:31 PM »
Listening to Metal albums all night especially Helloween.

Great stories anyway.
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« Reply #6 on: October 29, 2017, 02:05:48 PM »
for horror stories, I always listen to stories from a You Tube guy called Dross. "Dross tells 3 horror stories"
But it is in Spanish and they are very good, besides the story fascinates me. I listen all year round.   :pipkin-oh  



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« Reply #7 on: October 29, 2017, 03:02:23 PM »
Interesting stories Flora :)

Acacia that image is rather creepy... :pipkin-oh

A few days ago I went to the dentist and across the street, there is a park.  That day, there was a large number of crows, at least 50 of them.  I don't know what they were all doing there, but it was rather scary...
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« Reply #8 on: October 29, 2017, 10:10:14 PM »
Quote from: Chipster-roo on Oct 29 2017, 11:02:23 AM
A few days ago I went to the dentist and across the street, there is a park.  That day, there was a large number of crows, at least 50 of them.  I don't know what they were all doing there, but it was rather scary...
oh my gosh???? thats creepy. one crow is scary enough, but 50???? lets hope nothing sketchy like the apocalypse was happening to those birds

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« Reply #9 on: October 29, 2017, 11:48:51 PM »
Aw, I'm sure everything was fine with them. Crows are social animals and usually flock together for safety, just like other birds. They're less likely to get picked off by falcons and owls and such in a larger group. It's a little eerie, sure, but the behavior is perfectly normal for them.