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  When my ex was a little boy, his parents bought a house on Gregory Street (now a freeway.) My husband would lie awake nights looking through a solid wooden  
  wall that opened up for him to see through and watch people laugh, play cards, drink, party, etc.
Submitted by Anonymous

  Category: laugh

In the 1980s I started collecting ''Old Western'' items including Hopi Kachina dolls. I purchased an intricately made sacred Kachina doll from a man who warned me that Kachinas act as lightning rods for Native American spirits, but I thought this was an urban legend. I put the Kachina on display in my living room. About two weeks later I hosted a dinner for four of my girlfriends who were in a 7:30 am company-sponsored golf tournament. I put them in the bedrooms while I bedded down on the couch. I did not sleep well and got up around 3:00 am to get a glass of water and go to the bathroom.
As soon as I lay back down on the couch I heard a man's voice chanting in the hall and looked up to see a ghostly man coming straight towards me. He was about six feel tall and very thin. He was dressed in Native American clothing. He was shaking a rattle in his left hand and doing a Native American dance while he chanted. He was swirly white and completely opaque. I was terrified! I did not know what to do, so I jumped up and made the sign of the cross over him. He slowly dissipated and was gone in three or four seconds. I was so shaken that I sat up with the lights on the rest of the night. I did not tell anybody as I was afraid they would think I was crazy. After the golf tournament everyone went home, and I went home to relax. I got a coke and went to open the French doors, so I could sit on the deck. I stopped dead in my tracks. Hovering at the edge of the deck was a furiously swirling cloud in the shape of a man. I watched as it moved back and forth then shot straight up and disappeared. I was scared to death.
The next week I took this Kachina and the others in my collection to an art consignment shop. I told the shop manager about the haunting and told him to warn whoever bought it about what I had experienced. I never saw another ghost in my house. This story is true, and I will swear on a stack of Bibles that it really happened. So be careful of what you bring into your house.
  Submitted by Dee Dee

Comment by N8V <3: Kachinas are sacred objects to the tribes who use them for ceremony. They are not decorations. It saddens me to hear that the spirit in a kachina had to reveal itself to a Magaanii who didn't respect it's purpose or sacredness.

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