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said he would. It was amazing to me how someone can know how or even when you are going to experience something before you even do it. I miss my pawpaw terribly, but I think him seeing his grandfather was just his calling to be brought back home.
Submitted by Nativetothisland
Comment by Native Too: You were indeed blessed with a pawpaw who loved you deeply. He may be gone from your earthly sight, but his loving spirit is still with you in every way. Be strong and be wise in all that you do to keep your pawpaw's spirit proud and alive.
Categories: home, man, hospital, fire, camping
This ghost sighting is from the 1960s when me and my family lived on the campus of the Seneca Indian school that was near Wyandotte. About 1964 and 1965 me and my brother would often go fishing on the nearby creek after we got out of Wyandotte High School for the day.
The creek ran between the Indian school and Wyandotte (then into Grand Lake). Me and my brother heard a girl crying one time as we were fishing on the creek. We tried to locate the origin of the sounds.
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