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I don't know what happens when we die, but I'm 100% sure that we don't just turn to worm food. There is much more to us than just a body. The body, our vessel goes back to the earth, this we know. But the Spirit, ghost, energy whatever you want to think of it as…that must go somewhere.My Mother is traditionally known as 'crazy' because she has always claimed to be able to see and talk to spirits, she strongly believes in angels and has out of body experiences. Her first was quite accidental.
She was exhausted from an illness and was lying on her bed at home, not quite sleeping because my brother who was a few months old was sitting besides her playing with his toys. When she felt herself leave her body, this terrified her as she thought she was dying. She rose above her body and could see herself on the bed. Her instinct although out of her body was to get help so she floated downstairs to alert my Nan, who was on the phone in the kitchen. My mum told me that she was trying to shout to alert my Nan but couldn't make a noise, she was right next to her trying to tap her when she became aware of the conversation my Nan was having on the phone. She was telling someone that she had cancer and that she wasn't going to do anything about it nor tell my mum because she was afraid of hospitals. If my mum hadn't overheard this conversation she wouldn't have had the chance to persuade my Nan to have treatment. My Nan made a full recovery but never believed my mum's story about her out of body experience; she reckons mum was listening at the door.As a young teen I was present at one of my mums paranormal experiences, it was quite amazing. My mum and I were watching TV. one evening about 8ish when there was a knock at the door, we lived right by a bus stop and a lady who had been standing at the unsheltered bus stop for over ½ an hour knocked to ask if we knew the bus times, My mum told her to step inside as she was soaked through and explained that the last bus had already gone. The lady didn't come in as she didn't want to impose and instead said she would call a taxi. We had a phone box opposite the house and although mum offered her the use of our phone she politely refused and went to the phone box. As mum sat back down she said to me, I'm sure she was supposed to come in. I thought this an odd thing to say but she had had a couple of glasses of lager that night so I shrugged it off. A few minutes later the lady knocked again and asked if she could use the phone as the public one was out of order. This was enough to freak me out. Mum sent me for towels and a cup of tea for the lady who had to wait another ½ hour or so for her taxi. My mum began talking to the lady who wasn't from the area, she said to her 'is your name May?' at which the lady was shocked and looked uncomfortable. It was her name. My mum went on to ask if her dad had once had a small dog which May nodded to, 'I've got a message from your dad' she said, 'how did you know my dad?' May responded bewildered.
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