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left them on the floor. This went on for over a year. I would leave the house then would come back and find more coins on the floor. The coins were two to seven pennies, one or two nickels and maybe one dime, never a quarter or half-dollar coins.
One day I began to keep the coins separated as they appeared on the floor and noticed that the coins always amounted to either seven cents or eleven cents. My daughter that had passed away loved to go to
Las Vegas to gamble every year. I guess this was her ghost telling us that she would always be around us even with us not being able to see her. On April
15, 1999 my other daughter passed away and after her death the coins quit appearing. I guess that my two girls are now keeping each other company in heaven. God Bless You Kids.|
Submitted by anonymous
Categories: gas, funeral, doctor, wedding, hospital
I have two from the bank. My grandparents used to clean the Pecos State Bank when I was a kid in early 1990s. This was back when we used to buy the cokes from a vending machine with glass bottles. One time my brother and I were running around playing, and we wondered into the basement area. There was a bank employee in business clothes walking briskly with files across room. He looked at us while shifting a thick file as he walked. We went back upstairs, so that we wouldn't get in trouble for disrupting the worker.
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