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Excerpt

I sense movement, and in the next moment Tracy throws herself at the barrier, a screaming, howling banshee. She fights against the magic barring her. Static electricity sparks through the room, zooming around, visible in the darkness. I push Kacie behind me as the manic ghost continues her relentless assault on the barrier. A deafening boom reverberates through the room, followed by a wave of energy. I push Kacie down, falling on top of her to shield her from the ghost’s wrath. Pain lances up my back like thousands of cat claws, making me cry out both in shock and pain. I glance back—Samson and Delilah hiss their displeasure at Tracy, their claws digging into my back.
The claws retract when I yell at them, and all the other pain surfaces. Ignoring the throbbing in my ribs, I roll to my side to free Kacie, sending the cats leaping away. Tracy lets out one last anguished wail before slumping and falling to the floor. My familiars circle her prone body, mouths open, scenting the air. The heaviness in the air lessens, but I continue to take in shallow breaths to keep from aggravating the pain. I watch Tracy, searching for… well not signs of life, but existence? Her form flickers like an old movie, and I wonder if she’ll just wink out of existence.
“Is she…” Blake trails off, pushing himself up on his elbows. “That was quite a blast. You both okay?”
“Yeah,” Kacie says, rubbing her head. “Where’s Mr. Kincaid?”
“Out here,” Mr. Kincaid says from the hall. “I got out just before the explosion.”
“Logan…” Kacie pulls on my arm while pointing at Tracy’s prone form. “I’ve never seen, I mean, she can’t…”
“Her spirit would’ve disappeared if she was destroyed.” I try to struggle to my feet but give up, sagging back down. Kacie leans against me, and I wrap my arms around her.
Blake eyes us. “You two are not okay.”
“When Tracy forced the barrier, she released a lot of psychic energy,” I say, resting my cheek on Kacie’s head.
“It drained all of us, not just her,” Kacie adds.
“I feel fine,” Blake says stretching his arms over his head.
“Yeah, why is that?” I ask, unable to hide the genuine surprise from my voice.
“Rebecca will be thrilled,” Kacie says.
Blake raises his brows. “Why, she like stamina?”
Kacie giggles. “Get your mind out of the gutter, Blake. She likes researching puzzles.”
“Oh, no. I ain’t no one’s guinea pig.”
Tracy’s spirit releases a soft sigh, like a light exhale of breath… if ghosts could breathe. She floats to her feet as though controlled by invisible strings. Still solid, her dark eyes scan the room. A smile crosses her face when she realizes that she made it through the psychic barrier. All I can do is stare at the ghost and wonder what that mysterious smile means. Maybe she’s as drained as we are. Kacie squeezes my hand, her aura flickering from exhaustion. I meet her gaze. Evade and stall for time to recover—I try to send the message to her in my expression.
“Now that you’re in here, love,” Blake says, gesturing at the room. “Care to share why you wanted in so bad?”
Tracy blushes at Blake’s obvious flirting. I had no idea a spirit could blush, even one who appears as human as she does. I mean, it takes blood to blush, right? More manipulation? She glides to one of the beds and reaches out to it. Her hand goes straight through. When she tries again, she lets out a frustrated growl as her hand once again passes through the mattress.
“I can’t touch anything?” she says, her words sounding more like a question than a statement.
One moment she’s by the bed and the next she appears inches from Blake’s face. He doesn’t flinch, which I have to admit is rather impressive. I’m pretty sure even I’d have reacted to her sudden appearance.
“Are you really a werewolf?” she asks, leaning so close they’d touch were she human.
“Yep.” Blake manages a blank face as the ghost circles him.
“Shift for me.”
“It ain’t a full moon, love,” he says, shrugging his shoulders. I’m well aware that Blake can shift whenever he wants. He’s a born alpha werewolf, not a bite victim. Blake’s features take on a look of complete innocence. Damn but he can rival Kacie and Daniel in the acting department. “Why’re you deflecting attention from that bed? What’s under that mattress?”
“Nothing,” she says, backing away, shaking her head furiously.
“Now we both know that ain’t the truth.” Blake saunters over to the bed and lifts the mattress.
“No!”
“Now what have we here?” Blake tosses a small book to me.
I open the book and flip through the pages. “It’s a journal.”
“It’s mine!” Tracy howls, making a grab for the book. But her hand passes through. She may have enough power left to look almost human, but not enough to manipulate physical objects.
Kacie takes the book, hugging it to her chest. “This is very private, but it could also be what’s keeping you from moving on.”
Tracy’s form flickers and sinks to the floor. She returns to an ethereal, misty spirit, and I can’t help but notice how much lighter she is now than before. Swirling white and light gray misty energy compose her figure, a sure sign that she’s close to acceptance of her fate.
“I’ll talk, but just to you,” she says, pointing at Kacie.
“No,” I say, unwilling to leave Kacie alone with this dangerous adversary.
“Of course,” Kacie says, directing a glare at me.


Twisted Sisters
The Orion Circle, Book 2

Kimber Leigh Wheaton

YA Urban Fantasy/Mystery
Sea Dragon Press
October 27, 2015


It’s a child’s toy—what could go wrong?

While playing with a spirit board, two sorority sisters summon the vindictive spirits of three women brutally murdered by a psychopath. Join Logan, Kacie, and the rest of the Orion Circle as they delve into the disturbing events of the past to find the key to freeing the spirits.

But this isn’t any ordinary haunting.  These ghosts were banished before, and now they have returned more powerful than anyone could have imagined. Anger breeds hatred and hatred leads to darkness—these phantoms are on the verge of losing their last spark of humanity and becoming completely lost to the shadows.

Can Logan and Kacie convince the tortured souls to embrace the light and move on, or will the spirits succumb to the hypnotic pull of evil, leading to an eternity of torment and suffering?



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Kimber Leigh Wheaton is a bestselling YA author with a soft spot for sweet romance. In addition to writing, she works as an editor for two publishers, as well as select indie authors. She is married to her soul mate, has a teenage son, and shares her home with three dogs and lots of dragons. Kimber Leigh is addicted to romance, video games, superheroes, villains, and chocolate—not necessarily in that order. (If she has to choose, she’ll take a chocolate covered superhero!) Winner of the 2014 Rising Star Award at the BTS Red Carpet Awards in NOLA & a Silver Medal for YA Mystery/Horror in the 2015 Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards.




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123 comments:

  1. I have never had a paranormal experience, thank goodness :)

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    1. I wouldn't mind as long as it wasn't in my house and didn't follow me home

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  2. No paranormal experiences, but I'd love to.

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    1. I've had one, but it was so iffy, I'm still not sure

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    1. That's the way I get most of my paranormal fix. Books are much more exciting than the ghost hunts...

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  4. No, can't say that I have. But there's always a chance ♡ Thank you

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    1. Never give up. The hunt is most of the fun :)

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  5. Some years ago my sister was visiting and we were drinking tea when a silver colored ball came flying down the hall. It hit the corner of the couch and disappeared.
    A few days later a glass exploded on the kitchen counter. When I went into the kitchen all the cabinets were open. This happened several times that day.The next day when I went into the garage I found my canned goods stacked on the floor in the shape of a pyramid.
    I have had many experiences.

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    1. And you stayed in the house?? I wonder if your ghost would decorate if you left out a box of decorations...

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  6. I've never had a PE, but I wouldn't mind having one of the tame sort, Lol

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  7. I remember when I was arround 12 yrs old I had a friend who had moved to Canada from England and she told me her new house was haunted. Of course as a kid I thought she was crazy until I slept over one night. They had an Indian Lady oil painting tin the hallway and when I walked by the eyes followed me. OMG freaked me lol..

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    1. Portraits and dolls freak me out. Probably the eyes- I always feel like they're watching me :)

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  8. When I was little at my Aunts house in Kings Mountain NC, There was an elderly lady ghost who walked the halls whistling all night.

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    1. That would be annoying. The least she could do is whistle during the day when everyone isn't trying to sleep ;)

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  9. Well, I have a experience with it but I was too young, just a baby but my mom said that when I was crying at night she saw my grandfather rocking my crib so I would stop crying. He died about a month after my mom married.

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  10. I do get a dizzy, weird feeling when I walk down our long corridor at night.

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  11. When I was younger I could have sworn that I saw a ghost. An elderly lady. We later learned that an older woman had dies of natural causes in the house.

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    1. We had an elderly lady ghost at our apartment complex when I was three. My dad saw her several times walking down the corridor. I have no memory of the incident, though.

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  12. No, I have not ever had a paranormal experience before. Great excerpt! This book series sounds like such interesting reads!

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    1. I love writing about ghosts- it's their backstory that is the most interesting part of any haunting.

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  13. When I was a kid, I lived in an old, haunted farmhouse. My dog would freak out and bark at one bedroom, refusing to ever go inside it. And dished would sometimes fall out of closed cabinets when no one was in the kitchen. Was glad when we finally moved!

    ~Lori

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    1. Dogs are always a good tell of a haunting. Supposedly animals are much more in tune to that than we are.

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    2. They certainly do! I know she was excited for us to move away as well :D

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    3. We're looking for a new house now. Maybe I should take my dog with me just to be sure there's nothing supernatural there. We went in one house that had a really bad vibe. My husband loved it and was very confused when I said no way.

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  14. I have had a few but in a house when I was a teenager the old lady that lived there before us and had died there was most certainly still lingering around. My mom was really bothered by her , I didnt mind the noises etc so much and eventually it just stopped

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    1. For me it's more of a privacy issue. There're lots of things I do around the house that I'd prefer no one observe!

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  15. The closest I've come is the song I was just thinking about coming on the radio, but it was bound to happen sooner or later.

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    1. Or when you go to dial someone and they call you before you start...

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  16. Yes, the phone call thing you mentioned above has happened to me a few times with the same person!

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    1. Today I pulled out my phone and told my friends that it was odd that my son hasn't texted. It beeped within seconds and it was him. Weird!

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  17. I had been severely injured in a university football game, but doctor sent me home with pain killers. This happened on a Sunday...I went back into a different hospital Friday and they did an emergency operation. during that operation, I saw my body from a height of about 30 feet at an angle as they brought in a crash cart to restart my heart...I even remember a tear falling from my left eye and the positions of all 5 people in the room. When I later told the doctor that he had no explanation except to say someone must have told me that. I just felt so calm, no pain and tried yelling leave me alone...of course no one heard a word

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    1. Wow! I've heard several near death experiences, but yours gave me goosebumps!!

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  18. When I was younger. I remember floting in the air inside a bubble, above my bed. It was in the middle of the night, so it was most likely a dream. It felt real wither it was or not I don't know.

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    1. That sounds really odd-- must have been a strange sensation.

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  19. I'm pretty sure my mom's house is haunted. I've heard voices, running upstairs when everyone is asleep and most recently I had this really vivid dream about being there that involved a ghost. It might be nothing but looking back over the years a lot has happened. Kinda creepy. :P

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    1. Voices and footsteps are hard to ignore. I agree, it's definitely creepy!

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  20. When I was in primary school, I had a dream where I was in the principal's office, talking to a parent of another student. When I woke I couldn't remember what we were talking about, but I could remember vague portions of conversation. Several weeks later, I actually did have that very same conversation with a friend's parent in the principal's office.

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    1. That's really eerie, like psychic or something. I've been having lots of strong instances of deja vu lately.

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  21. I don't know for sure if it was a paranormal experience but once I was sleeping and something was sitting or pushing me down on the bed. In my dream I knew I had to wake up so I was started praying and I just kept praying and then I woke up still praying out loud. I have heard multiple people experiencing the same feeling. We call it "Karabasan" in Turkish. I also know multiple people who have experienced the same.

    Betul E.

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    1. Yes, I've heard of this before. It can happen when coming out of REM sleep. Hopefully not paranormal because that would be awful!

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  22. Mine was more of a premonition. I was at work and all of a sudden I knew that something bad had happened. About 30 minutes later my husband called me to tell me my father had been in a serious car wreck. He died about 6 hours later.That is the only one I have ever had.

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    1. I'm sorry for your loss. I had a similar incident when I was eleven with my grandfather. He visited me in what I'm assuming was a dream right before my mother called to tell me.

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  23. Yes I have. I've had a ghost follow me since I was a kid. She's more like a guardian angel though.

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  24. Yes I did. My daughter had just passed away and my oldest daughter and I were going through her things sorting and we were talking about how could she have done this to us and left us. It was at that very second, my oldest daughter pulled a simple little bead bracelet out of one of the boxes and it said I'm sorry on it. We still can't believe it.

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    1. I'm really sorry for your loss. I can't imagine losing a child. That incident is eerie enough to give my goosebumps.

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  25. I never have had a paranormal experience, but I enjoy reading about them. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  26. I have never had a paranormal activity happen. However , my cousin has and I am certain she really did experience the occurrence.

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    1. Sometimes they are so subtle you end up wondering if it really happened or not.

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  27. Once when i moved into a new home,I laid down on my bed exhausted from the long day,and I felt as someone was sitting on the side of my bed and the mattress actually sunk in that spot.Then it happened again on the other side.Later i told the spirit it had to leave,after smelling mens cologne often,and never had a problem after that.

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    1. How creepy! It's interesting how many people report smelling things like cigarette smoke or cologne in hauntings.

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  28. I did. It was during that one night, when I looked up at the second floor, I saw a headless figure looking down at me. I look at the figure again, and we were like staring each other (no head but somehow that figure has eyes, so weird right?). When I realized, I ran inside the house. Few minutes later, I brought my sisters to see the figure, but it was gone.

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    1. They always manage to disappear before anyone else can see so we appear batty :)

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    2. Yes, and people sometime think we are playing on them. Thanks for your reply.

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  29. Not a real one; had a friend try to make us believe we were having one out at a place called Witch's Hollow when we were teenagers. Someone got out of the car to pee and my bff was freaked out and locked him out; when she finally let him back in, my other friend acted like the car wouldn't start but it was just in the wrong gear.

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    1. I remember going to a couple old cemeteries when I was a teen- same as you- no experience, but everyone tried to act like there were ghosts everywhere.

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  30. Nope! I'm boring! I've never had a paranormal experience!

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  31. In my teens I was sleeping on the back veranda with my much younger sister. I woke up to see a lady bending over my sister as if checking on her. Then she was leaning over me and I knew she was not a threat and I should go back to sleep. It did not feel like a dream and much later my father described a woman he thought he saw out there and it matched the one I thought I saw. But she was sort of not there, either. Maybe we did, maybe we didn't, I have never been able to get any proof.

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    1. That's what makes the paranormal so intriguing- the lack of proof. So many people have had experiences, but without proof we're all left to wonder.

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  32. I had a college class where the assignment was "Write everything you think about for 10 minutes". All I could think about was my sister, on a school trip in France, was going to be hurt, so that's what I wrote. Sure enough, she was hurt after being thrown from a horse and had to be brought back to the USA on a stretcher! I have the same "Sixth Sense" when it comes to my eldest daughter, knowing when she needs me before she calls me, knowing she was pregnant before she told me, etc. And I truly believe I visit deceased family and friends during my dreams.

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    1. I've met quite a few people who share your experiences- knowing when family is in trouble and other things before being told.

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  33. If you think paranormal means ghosts and spirits and such only, well I KNOW I have ghost living with me....even the dog stares at "nothing" and growls, and barks. Something will loudly crash in the other room, yet nothing is disturbed. I've even had sensitive people come to my home and say immediately "You have spirits here!". Yes, I do....and when they learn how to TALK to me, I'll be in 7th Heaven! :)

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    1. I think paranormal is anything beyond what we consider normal existence. Ghosts, vampires, werewolves, psychic abilities etc. Ghosts are my fave when it comes to the paranormal.

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  34. nope, no paranormal experiences , which is just fine with me!

    tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

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    1. As long as they don't happen at home, I don't really mind :)

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  35. nope no paranormal experiences for me

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    1. You never know what's around the next corner...

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  36. I enjoyed reading through the blog. Merry Christmas

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  37. I've never had a paranormal experience although I always keep my eyes peeled :)

    Thanks for the chance to win!!

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    1. Good luck-- in the giveaway and the paranormal ;)

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  38. awesome giveaway. Thank you for the opportunity and good luck to everyone! from Jackie O'Donnell

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  39. I like to watch paranormal videos, but I have never had an experience.

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    1. I've been re-watching A Haunting for inspiration while writing book three :)

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  40. nope never have. And quite frankly don't want to.

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  41. I think so? hubby had emergency triple by pass and about an hour after I kissed him for the op I was walking and 'felt' something go thru me or over me I wasnt scared I felt he was looking for me but he was or would be ok and he was :)

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  42. No I have never had a paranormal experience

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  43. I have never had a paranormal experience but it would probably freak me out

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    1. Frankly I think it would freak out most people

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  44. Nope, luckily I have never had a paranormal experience.

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    1. That's good. I definitely wouldn't want something to happen in a house I was living in. That would be creepy.

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  45. I have experienced what most people would refer to as Paranormal; however I believe it was real.

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    1. I think most people have to experience something to believe.

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  46. I have never had a paranormal experience. I would be too scared!

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    1. Yeah, with my luck it wouldn't be Casper the friendly ghost...

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  47. I feel like I've had pre-cog or clairvoyant moments, but maybe I'm just good at predicting what will happen.

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    1. I suppose it could be either or maybe a mix of both :)

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  48. I was watching Ghostbusters and we had an earthquake and the house starting shaking.

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    1. That's just freaky! I can't imagine what that would be like :)

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  49. I was in an Antique store. I was standing between two bookshelves, and this swirly bright light appeared about knee level out of nowhere, stayed for a few minutes, and then took off. It was really quite fascinating.

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    1. Eerie. Daniel from the Orion Circle would tell you that lots of items in antique stored have spirit energy attached to them.

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  50. My parents used to own an Irish restaurant in upstate New York and my mom and myself both had paranormal experiences while we lived there. So did some of our staff members. My dad never had any paranormal experiences himself, and although he believed that my mom and I had certain experiences that we told him about, he still had a healthy skepticism about the paranormal.

    The restaurant staff mainly experienced lights or electronics turning on by themselves (leaving the room for a moment and finding the television set on and blaring when they returned) and the staff members were always the only ones in the restaurant at the time. There were a couple of people who actually witnessed unexplained phantoms dressed in Victorian-style clothing. Our bartender saw a young woman who was strangely dressed. He saw her pass by in the foyer, and was expecting her to come walking into the bar; then he walked out to see if he could help her (he thought she might be a potential customer who didn't realize that the place was just opening for business) He started to ask if he could help her, then discovered there was no one there.

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    1. I've heard lots of tales of haunted restaurants and pubs. Perhaps the spirits are drawn to the atmosphere.

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  51. I have never had a paranormal experience

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    1. I'd say too bad, but actually that's probably a good thing ;)

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  52. The only paranormal experience I ever had was the day before my Dad died. He was inside our family home and in a coma and I went outside for some air. As I was standing there I watched a mist come from nowhere and disappear up into the sky. I felt like it was my Dad's soul leaving for Heaven.

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  53. Yes, I have when I was a kid (10-11) I had a cousin who was always whistling the Bonanza theme. One night the window was open and I heard his whistle but no one was there. He was murdered that night (a neighbor).

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  54. Della at deepotter@peoplepc.com My son introduced me to Twisted Sisters. When I was reading the synopsis, which was most intriguing, one phrase stood out. It is so true "anger breeds hatred and hatred leads to darkness". Also, not understanding something for many breeds fear, from fear comes discrimination. I have had dreams that have come true. And an experience with telepathy. Of course it could have been coincidence. But I was wishing real hard for my ex to call me. And a few hours later he did. And we had not talked in months. And a couple of bad experiences. One was my son who was on drugs asked if he could stay with me for a bit. So I let him have the couch. There was a book he left on the couch when he went to work. I was drawn to that book, looking at it gave me the chills. Finally I picked it up and carried it outside, doused it with lighter fluid and set it afire. That book (Which was thick a little over 400 pages) danced up and down the sidewalk hissing and spitting. Everything burned but the front cover. And it was face up and it was what had received the majority of the lighter fluid.

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    1. I frequently think about someone and they call me. Or start to call them only to have them beat me to the punch. The story about the dancing book is very creepy!

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  55. I have. I remember one time, and this was several times a friend and I tried to throw out a Ouija board and more than once it found its way back into the house.

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    1. I've heard about this happening with all sorts of possessed objects.

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  56. My only experience is occasionally smelling my Dad's cologne. I haven't seen it on a store shelf in probably 20 years, so when I smell it in public I'm sure no one else is wearing it. I don't have any, so I don't know how I could smell it at home.

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    1. That is quite eerie. My son wears a cologne that smells very similar to what my dad wears. Sometimes when I smell it, it sparks memories. Our olfactory system is closely tied to memory.

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  57. No, I haven't had a paranormal experience.

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    1. I'm always on the fence when it comes to having a definitive experience. I've had several 'maybes'.

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  58. I have not had any paranormal experience.

    rounder9834 @yahoo.com

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