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Ghostly Shadows... Believe or not to Believe?

This morning I was on Vanessa Morgan'a Blog and she was talking about dark shadows and quick moving shimmers forms drifting just on the outside of your vision. She talked about dark forms materializing in a darkened doorway making you feel as if your mind is playing tricks on you.
"Was that real..."
"Who is there..."
"What can it be..."
"It cannot be real."
This is what most people believe before returning to normal life and activity, but something in the back of their head still nags them. Its the reason why they keep turning around as if looking for something. Its the reason their pores raise when the room gets unusually quiet. Its the reason they do not feel to be alone anymore. Because deep inside they know they are not alone. Deep inside the inner voice in their head tells them to be careful... you are being watched!

I have had too many unexplained incidences in my lifetime not to believe. I have had too many restless nights... too many unnatural events and too many double takes not to believe. And coming from the culture I live it is always better to be safe than sorry. So when I think I see something questionable I light a few incense, say a few prays and bless my children more than necessary. Because in the end I want myself and my children to be protected, physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually.

What do you think... do you believe in 'them'?


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  1. I've had a few unexplained events in my life so far as well. I always blame my mom for working in a funeral home while pregnant with me (she did make up for the bodies). But seriously, sometimes, I do "believe" although I don't talk about it often.

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  2. I believe there's more, but I'm just not sure what. I've had enough questionable experiences; there's such a fine line between coincidence and the beyond, creepy! :) Danica Martin www.danicabridgesmartin.blogspot.com

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