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Comment by Toni: Usually when you have a spirit follow you like the little girl has done means you somehow made an attachment to her and that she is in her own way looking for help. She knows that you can help her. You just have to open up to your abilities and gifts. Good luck.

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I lived in a log house on Highland Avenue; it was awful! When I was cleaning prior to moving in, I was standing in the bathroom sink area scrubbing and I kept feeling like I was being watched. I kept looking over my right shoulder into the living room. I felt really creeped out as I was alone. I looked very quickly, and there was a little boy standing in the living room watching me. He was about four and dressed in overalls. It looked a lot like the Dutch boy on the paint can. I looked back, and he was gone. The house had many issues. The TV would go on full blast in the middle of the night, and the VCR would go on and click open and closed. One day my alarm clock went off in the middle of the day. My alarm clock could be set for two different times. The time of day it went off was neither of the times the alarm was set for.

On one occasion it was near Christmas, and my roommate had to work, so we took two steaks out of the freezer, and they were in a zip-lock bag. My roommate went to his job for a while and came home, and the steaks were not in the cold water soaking in the sink where we left them. We searched for them not wanting them to spoil and stink. They were in a closet under the inside of the bottom stairs (the underside of the stairs that went upstairs. ) The bag had small nail holes in it like claws. The most traumatic thing that happened to me was when one evening I was upstairs in a room that was open to the stairway. (There was no wall where the stairway came up. ) I was sitting at a desk going through stacks of pictures making a stack for each of my children. I noticed movement and looked up at the stairway. Three shadows in three-dimensions were coming up the stairs in perfect unison. They appeared to have on monks' robes with dark shapes like skeletons. They turned and went into my bedroom. I either slid or fell or tripped down the stairs to get away. It may sound like I am making the skeleton/monk robe stuff up, but it truly happened exactly as I have described.

After we happily moved out, a couple bought the house and intended to raise their kids there. I saw the buyer at Dierkes Lake and asked if she ''had seen any of my buddies. '' She said no, but I think she thought I meant if any of my friends had dropped over maybe. I went back two years later and there was a different family living there. Why did they leave? I would love to know. There were many other things that had happened including feeling as if tiny claws were scratching your legs, and there was never anything there.
Submitted by Maureen


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