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Old 10-15-2019, 01:35 PM   #31
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One that pops into my mind is one Sunday at church they had a guest speaker. He started saying very non-Christian things. Before you know it he was speaking in a tongue and voice that nobody could understand. It was an evil sounding voice and the language was scary as hell. Once it was obvious what was happening the Pastor and other church elders started praying. The demon possessed man kept talking but appeared to be in pain. Started making crazy sounds. He started walking down the aisle between the pews. Looked like he was trying to leave. So some people in the back locked the doors so he couldn't leave. Then he got angry and started saying more crazy stuff in that demonic language. Then he fell backwards but didn't hit the floor. He was suspended in mid air. He then proceeded to quickly float from the back of the church to the front. They grabbed him and started praying more. After a few minutes more of prayer and the demon left him. It's easy to write it off as a lie or that I imagined the whole thing. But this happened in front of at least 50 people. Impossible that we all imagined that. I have plenty of other stories too.
crazy man. here’s one I found a while back on video. Not faked, the guy was an actual doctor- Robert Santella.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=_x828dkEgQ0
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Old 10-15-2019, 02:50 PM   #32
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There's nothing really dramatic with my experience which happened about 35 years ago when I was about 8 or 9 years old.

We had a spare bedroom in our house and there had been discussions regarding my great grandmother coming and living with us due to ill health but before it ever happened she passed away.

I wasn't at all close to this person and because she lived so far away I had only met her a small number of times so there wasn't really any emotional connection there or any sense of loss after her passing.

Anyway, about 9 months after she died I was walking past the open door to the room which would have been hers and out of the corner of my eye glimpsed her sitting on the end of the bed.

I freaked out a bit (well you would wouldn't you?!) and ran to tell my mother who believed that I had just seen something else which my mind had misinterpreted as what I thought I had seen - like a pile of clothing on the bed or something.

We went back to the room together and there was absolutely nothing there.

I cannot say for certain whether I saw anything or not but as children are deemed to be more open to these things I like to think that it was a definite possibility.
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Old 10-15-2019, 02:52 PM   #33
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A good friend of mine went to his grandfather's funeral, only to come home, enter through the front door, and see him standing at the top of the stairs.
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Old 10-15-2019, 03:34 PM   #34
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A good friend of mine went to his grandfather's funeral, only to come home, enter through the front door, and see him standing at the top of the stairs.
No matter how much I loved someone in life, there is no situation where I would see them after their death that doesn't seem terrifying.
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Old 10-15-2019, 03:39 PM   #35
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No matter how much I loved someone in life, there is no situation where I would see them after their death that doesn't seem terrifying.
I agree.
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