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TeteoInan

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She Has An Unwanted Guest
« on: October 01, 2011, 07:58:55 am »
A friend of mine has been living in this house of hers for about 8 years now, it was her Mother's, Grandmother's... When the kids have gotten old enough, the house gets passed to one of them and the parents move out to something smaller to avoid "Empty nest" syndrome. It's her 17 yr old son, a dog, herself and her husband.
Anyhow, there has NEVER been anything unusual that they weren't comfortable with. Maybe some random critter in the attic, or a trinket that ends up where it's not suppose to be every so many days or so. Maybe just a reminder that "hey, I'm here, still" and it's always been believed that it's a little girl that died of Cholera there. Always clockwork. She says 4 days would pass, and a figurine would be on the kitchen table, or the centerpiece of her coffee table would be on the dresser.

She sent me a message on FBook a few days ago and just started rambling about things going on in her house. We eventually both dismissed it as this little girl, because nothing "bad" had happened.
Last night, however, she calls me up and puts me on speaker phone. No idea what was going on, but I stayed quiet like she asked. I don't know, 5 maybe 10 minutes passed and I could hear what sounded like a little girl screaming, and then it sounded like she was in an Earthquake. So, I started asking her a bunch of questions.

Nothing was moved out of place the day it was suppose to be.
Almost immediately after sunset that day is when things started that were "strange". They heard a little girl scream, so she went upstairs to investigate while her husband tried listening to the neighbors on both sides. When she got upstairs, her door was shut ( which it never is ) and she couldn't open it. The other doors were normal but the bathroom door was wide open ( it stays shut so their dog doesn't get into the garbage or toilet ). She stood at her door and listened for awhile, then she heard crying, and the house started "vibrating".
She tried the door again, and it opened just fine. She saw nothing, felt nothing, and nothing looked out of place but the crying was still going on. So she called out, and asked if everything was okay. The crying stopped, and the house started "shaking". She asked if she needed to leave the room, heard nothing but the shaking had gone back to just a vibrating. So she left the room.
She had a nightmare that night, of a "deformed man beast" rampaging through the house, and terrorizing her dog and her son. In the dream, she kept seeing a little girl in reflective surfaces, reaching out and sobbing.

During the day, the house is peaceful except for her room. There's an "edgy" feeling to it, that makes her not want to stay there for very long. So she sleeps in the living room. Her husband has been in the habit of falling asleep downstairs at night when he gets off work, anyhow.
It's after Sunset that things happen. She is "not allowed" to go into her room, at night.

Last night, the reason she called to begin with, was because she got attacked and she believes her son did as well.
He went to bed early, because he'd been up playing videogames and had school yesterday. But he ended up running down the stairs, saying "oh s**t" over and over again. He looked her and apparently had a look of panic, and then he took a breath and went to the kitchen. She followed him, asked what was wrong, and he told her he had a dream about things "eating" him. A snake had his arm, hundreds of spiders had his legs. These are things he likes, things he wants as pets but he's having a nightmare of them eating him. He said when he woke up, he saw something at the foot of his bed that sortof looked like a jellyfish, and it lashed out at him. She checked where he said he felt the sting on his leg, and there were 3 ragged welts about 7 inches long.
She went upstairs to go to the bathroom, and decided to try her door. It opened just fine this time, with no problem whatsoever, but she was in there for only a minute or two before she heard the little girl scream and then a roar like how you hear the wind blowing against your window. She tried to leave, and something grabbed her arms, and started shaking her. The little girl screamed again, and she twisted away and ran out of the room.

That's when she called. She said the house was vibrating as she was dialing, and when I picked up the whole thing stopped.
I wasn't aware things could be heard from over the phone like that... but I listened to it, and when it stopped I had her place salt around the couch where her and her son were sitting, and told her to turn off anything they didn't need. Leave the lamp on if she wanted, and read a book or two. I told her to call me if it got worse. She didn't, but she sent me a message today and said she found something that looked like dried blood in the bathtub, and that she's worried things are going to get worse tonight.

I talked to my boss and the pastor of the church I work at, and they believe it's a Demon.
Unfortunately, the people around here that are suppose to be able to perform an exorcism want more money than my friend can afford, or they've been written off as scam artists.
I gave her a list of incense and herbs to try to see if this alleviates any of the issue, she chose Frankincense and Basil. I also showed her a couple different protective circles and how to set them if her or her son felt threatened. I guess it's a waiting game. If anything else continues tonight, I'm going to go over there with a couple of my students to try and see if we can't record anything of this and find out what's going on.

But, any ideas other than what I've got right now?
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« Reply #1 on: October 01, 2011, 09:30:19 am »
That sounds like a trouble. Her room is a center of the anger? Little girl is trapped in the mirrors in her dreams, and there is a deformed man beast thing. First thing that I find a bit weird is that no one that lived there before them said anything about these sort of events if i got it right? If not, then it could be something that has been brought into the house maybe something old that they bought at the antique store? She can try praying with her friends, more of them is better. Salt is good, but only around the couch is too small to have effect other than keep them a safe place to sit on.  Iron in their pockets, under the beds. I dont have a feeling that burning incense could really help with this case, u say her son has physical wounds and marks, incense wouldnt work here other than help other things, like salt, iron, pray... Id recommend a medium come there and check it out, after that an exorcism, just in case, before it gets worse.

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« Reply #2 on: October 01, 2011, 09:47:11 am »
The incense and salt I suggested were for her and her family. I did forget the Iron, and she scoffed at the idea of praying.

I suggested the Medium to her, and she's going to make some calls. She said the only thing new in the house are some China dishes her mother gave her. Her Mother has never had a problem but she said she'll have the dishes looked into, anyhow.

I'm going to talk to her son, and see if he's messed with anything stupid lately and doesn't want to admit it. With the group that he hangs out with, it wouldn't surprise me.
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« Reply #3 on: October 01, 2011, 09:51:16 am »
She can make any pray she finds protective, doesnt have to be a catholic one. Also, yeah, check her son, him being the only one that really got hurt, he would be a good place to start.

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« Reply #4 on: October 01, 2011, 09:54:13 am »
Any ideas what this thing could be?
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« Reply #5 on: October 01, 2011, 12:27:18 pm »
First off, anyone who says they will perform an exorcism but only for a certain amount of money isn't someone to trust. Finding out about the little girl is a simple matter of checking town records. Don't just check into the house specifically but the property. As for why it started recently or what it might be, find a reputable medium & that may give you some more leads. Iron, salt, Dragon's Blood oil (its an herb, readily available at any new age store), smudging every room of the house in particular her room & her son's. I wouldn't encourage her to try communicating with it herself through anything like a ouija board since that is likely to escalate things.

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« Reply #6 on: October 01, 2011, 02:17:23 pm »
I agree with Countess.

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« Reply #7 on: October 01, 2011, 03:32:31 pm »
Well, you already said you gave her a list of herbs, and Countess mentioned another one. I'm going to Pm you a couple phone numbers.

Depending on where she lives she might wanna worry about ley lines.

Of course you know all that.

It's hard to tell what it is, but I'll put money on demon. If you get a call at like, 7:10 then there ya go.

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« Reply #8 on: October 01, 2011, 05:41:54 pm »
still, Ley lines were there before they got there, so the signs would be obvious primary to that. It doesn't necessarily have to be a demon, with kids those age, it could easily mean a poltergeist. You know how they can be sensitive at that age, specially with moving and all....

 Ahhh, teens ;)

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« Reply #9 on: October 02, 2011, 06:44:14 am »


First off, anyone who says they will perform an exorcism but only for a certain amount of money isn't someone to trust. Finding out about the little girl is a simple matter of checking town records. Don't just check into the house specifically but the property. As for why it started recently or what it might be, find a reputable medium & that may give you some more leads. Iron, salt, Dragon's Blood oil (its an herb, readily available at any new age store), smudging every room of the house in particular her room & her son's. I wouldn't encourage her to try communicating with it herself through anything like a ouija board since that is likely to escalate things.

Unfortunately, that's what this area is full of. People you can't trust. It's very hard to get any kind of help around here, or even find another person interested in the "occult" that isn't Fake. They're having a hard time finding records of the little girl, without knowing her name or anything else. The entire area had a different set of addresses and it all changed shortly after her Grandmother got the place.
She has a medium coming in, to try and help her identify what the entity is, too.
Dragon's blood was on the list I gave her, she "didn't care for it's smell".
She thinks ouija boards are nothing more than a toy, and it's belief in it that makes it work. Same thing with the oils, incense, herbs, stones, all of it.
All in all, she's a rather difficult person to work with to try and help, because she has no religion of her own, and believes only in what she can prove.


Depending on where she lives she might wanna worry about ley lines.

There's a major line running pretty close to the house, but I'm not going to be bringing up anything about it to her unless it's definitely something that's an issue. That the house doesn't sit right on top of it, makes it less likely the line has anything to do with the sudden appearance.


You know how they can be sensitive at that age, specially with moving and all....


He's definitely sensitive. Instead of just hearing the little girl, and noticing things move around like his parents, he's Seen her, and not in a dream.
He's apparently seen and felt other things when he's visited friends or gone hiking.

Moving?
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« Reply #10 on: October 02, 2011, 09:29:16 am »
Sorry, not moving there, I was reading something else and confused two things, my current illness is making me a bit whoozy. But still, being 17, and playing with stuff you shouldnt could bring a lot of trouble. But it could be pretty damn hard to get the truth out of him...

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« Reply #11 on: October 03, 2011, 07:22:00 am »
The Medium went in last night, and found nothing.

They did some typical EVP work as well, and took some cameras in... and found nothing.

But she called me this morning, about 7am, freaking out because she woke up with every mirror in her house was shattered, every cooking pot looked like it had been burnt, and every window had something like toothpaste smeared all over it.

Her son slept like a baby, the dog was outside for the night. She had nothing in her dreams she can recall.

So this thing is intelligent, and apparently does work only when the Sun is not up. Sunrise was 7:20am.
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« Reply #12 on: October 03, 2011, 09:07:47 am »
Id seriously consider putting video cameras in every room of the house. And not tell the son about it ;)

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« Reply #13 on: October 03, 2011, 09:53:54 am »
Good idea, I'll suggest it to her.
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« Reply #14 on: October 03, 2011, 12:34:15 pm »
Tell us how it went.