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Shadow

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« on: September 24, 2005, 10:45:26 pm »
In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, members of the U.S. military are saying that there's something spooky going on and it's not just images of death and destruction that's haunting them.

By all accounts, the Sophie B. Wright Middle School in New Orleans sits empty and evacuated except for military personnel who have taken over the campus as a staging site for missions around the battered city.

But the men in uniform have the feeling that they're not alone. It prompted a chaplain to utter this directive: "In the name of Jesus Christ, I command you Satan to leave the dark areas of this building."

Said Sgt. Robin Hairston of the California National Guard: "I was in my sleeping bag and I opened by eyes and in the doorway was a little girl," . "It wasn't my imagination."

Hairston wasn't the only one seeing things. Spc. Rosales Leanor had her own close encounter.

"I was using the restroom and I just saw a little shadow," Leanor said, "kind of looming in front of me."


Another member of the Guard unit said that she saw and heard a little girl laughing when she opened a closet that contained cleaning supplies.

At a Baton Rouge marina, boats were strewn like trash, but not a shred of paper could be found. Except for the pages of a Bible, which was found by a soldier. It was open to the Book of Revelations.

At a nearby church, nearly destroyed, another Bible was found, showing the exact same passage from Revelations.

Like the power of nature, there is a power at work in New Orleans that defies explanation.

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« Reply #1 on: September 25, 2005, 08:24:41 pm »
There were similar reports after the plane crashed in Pennsylvania on 9/11; the one that the passengers commandeered to avoid it hitting the White House.

I can't recall the name of the site, but guards who were staying there in a mobile home reported seeing 'ghostly people' who vanished when they approached them.  One guard supposedly identified a woman from the passenger list.

A lot of people reported that there were still many feelings, or 'vibes' of hate and fear in the area, coming from both the passengers who perished and the terrorists.

Shadow, can you post where you found this info?  I'd like to look at more of it.

Thanks.

~Morticia

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« Reply #2 on: September 26, 2005, 12:53:58 am »
http://www.anomalist.com/

I got it from a link from that site, I don't know if there is any more info about that particular thing.

PS. You might have to scroll down a bit to find it.