Author Topic: Are we really ALONE?  (Read 367 times)

banshee72

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Are we really ALONE?
« on: March 28, 2012, 11:03:42 AM »
There has been times where I've felt a presence when I was "alone". This has happened quite a few times in my life. For example: In our old apartment there were two couches and a chair that my husband usually sits in. One day I woke up on the couch and thought my husband was in the chair. I could "sense" his presence. I seriously thought he was sitting there. I didn't even roll over to look because I was sure he was there. I started talking to "him" and didn't get an answer. When I rolled over there was no one there. My husband had been asleep in the bedroom the whole time. It's strange. There has been times where I've felt someone sitting next to me and nothing was there, just an uneasy feeling that I wasn't alone. Does anyone get what I am talking about?
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Re: Are we really ALONE?
« Reply #1 on: June 03, 2012, 10:56:47 AM »
i felt like that  before.i just finished watching chainsaw masicure and when i went to bed i swere i could feel someone in my closet.but when i looked in my closet no one was there. what i think is that were probaly so scared or so used to  someone being there that we imagine someone there. :spy:
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