Tuesday, November 27, 2012

No Ghosts From Relatives?

I was reading on Seeks Ghosts the other morning, about some people who don’t believe in manifestations of relatives. I tend to believe that line of thinking, because all my aunts and uncles on both my mom's and dad's side of the family are dead with one exception.  I had an aunt that died and she had never seen my sisters and I, and the morning that she died she appeared to me. I've mentioned this before in a previous post. 

In this same post on Seeks Ghosts, it says that as far as the smells that some people get of a person that has passed away (like a perfume scent for example) is just the person's imagination.

 I would say the person that said that is wrong according to my own experience. I was sitting here one night trying to think of something to write, when all of a sudden I got the odor of an old person.  It was an odor of the old days that smelled of smoke from a pipe or maybe chewing tobacco (the kind that would be spit into a spittoon but instead someone had wiped their mouth with the shirt sleeve, or with the back of their hands, then wipe them off on their pants or coveralls). In those cases you would get the smell of old tobacco whenever they would pass by you, or you were near them. Thinking of my grandfather was not on my mind but when that odor came up that’s when I thought of him.

One thing you can count on, is that you are never alone you might think you are, but you’re always followed by the invisible ones. Believe it or not. You can prove this to yourself by walking down a deserted street late at night alone, and you will get the feeling that you’re being followed.

Have a good day.


  1. Skeptics without proof always state that encounters with deceased relatives are just wishful thinking or people's imaginations. On my Google+ paranormal circle many people have shared with me their stories of encounters with lost loved ones--like your story here and my post all of these people know these encounters actually happened. Thanks for giving my post a mention here.


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