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my father haunts my childhood home at times
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    Thread created on 15:18:25 - 23/06/23 (11 months ago)
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    My father passed away a while ago, I went to his funeral but never returned to the gravesite. I was a child and the gravesite was a long drive away so I never had the opportunity to go there. On the 10-year anniversary of his death, it was a chill day, mom had cleaned the house, I was in bed relaxing with my cat by my side, and mom went to nap in her room. We're the only ones in the house, all windows are closed, mom had put up some pans to dry on the counter, as she always does after handwashing them. A loud bang, and when mom and I went downstairs to look, all the pans were on the floor, and it didn't seem like they could fall apart like that by themselves. I just thought it was weird, but my mom felt so guilty and was convinced my dad had been looming around her these past few days, and is upset she never takes me to visit his grave. So we went and visited him right then and there. It sometimes feels like he's around at home, but maybe I'm just superstitious.
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    Posted on 07:23:47 - 08/07/23 (11 months ago)
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    Thanks for sharing. After my grandpa passed I went through his home he had been at before he died in the hospital and I could still feel him there. The same way you can feel your family member or close friend right beside you. When I went into the bathroom he had been in that he had to be rushed to the hospital from (I didn't know this until later that day), I had a flash of his image fill my sight. 


    I recently listened to an episode of the Duncan Trussell podcast where his guest attests something to the effect that people with near death experiences all have a profound feeling that everybody is connected subconsciously. Some even having visions of their loved ones' perspectives of what they were doing that day when the loved one had no idea that they'd died yet. It makes me wonder if, in our cases, they're actively viewing us through our own perspective, or even a third person deal.
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    Posted on 07:55:35 - 08/07/23 (11 months ago)
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    pratttan [955266]

    Thanks for sharing. After my grandpa passed I went through his home he had been at before he died in the hospital and I could still feel him there. The same way you can feel your family member or close friend right beside you. When I went into the bathroom he had been in that he had to be rushed to the hospital from (I didn't know this until later that day), I had a flash of his image fill my sight.


    I recently listened to an episode of the Duncan Trussell podcast where his guest attests something to the effect that people with near death experiences all have a profound feeling that everybody is connected subconsciously. Some even having visions of their loved ones' perspectives of what they were doing that day when the loved one had no idea that they'd died yet. It makes me wonder if, in our cases, they're actively viewing us through our own perspective, or even a third person deal.
    Genuinely curious here. Let's suppose this would be true, what would or should be the purpose? If they somehow tried to tell us they were dying or had already died, I'd understand, but simply actively viewing us through our perspective with no further interaction without us even knowing, seems a bit odd to me. The only reason I could think of would be so they can see us one more time, but considering the above implies there is some sort of afterlife, that doesn't make any sense.

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    Posted on 08:22:47 - 13/07/23 (11 months ago)
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    This gave me shivers!

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