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the question on everyone's lips: has anyone been slimed yet?

It's too early to consider whether marshmallows are to blame. Stay Puft and we'll be on standby
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I haven't but my dad has had loads of weird ghosty things happen.

Best one:

His family lived in an old mansion that was once the headquarters of General Beauregard during the Civil War and had been converted into apartments. When he hit his teens, he started sleeping in a lone room that was part of the attic in the building. Many strange things happened in the room, most notably the light would switch on at all hours (wall switch).

Fast forward 30 years, he's a real estate appraiser and happens to get the job of appraising this old mansion.

Curious, he asked the owners if there were any odd happenings in the upstairs room. Yes, the light switch had a problem and would switch on randomly. So they had a new one installed. Same thing. Moved the switch to another part of the wall- same thing. Creepy!
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There's a wetness coming from my pants...
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Sounds like a standard Class 2 Passive Poltergeist. Easy enough to deal with, as long as you follow the steps precisely. Any variation on the procedure could upset it, or worse.

What you're going to need to do is first get some Holy Water. Get a cotton bud and run a very faint trail of it along the threshold of your front door. This will help contain the spirit while the rest of the procedure is carried out.

Then, you need to go to the Uhrenmuseum Beyer. There is a clock there on display that was made to the order of a man named Jean Garner de Chastillon. Taped to the back of it you will find a pair of old coins, one gold, one silver. Take them and leave. Take great care of these coins.

Next, you need to get hold of a copy of "The Eighth Seal: Portal of the Dead" by Lucas Eleanor Zimmer. You won't find it on Amazon or ABE, but go to the Antiquarian Book fair at the Kunsthaus in Zurich, between March 5th and 7th, go to Stall B-23. There you'll find a feeble looking old man who is bald but for a small tuft of grey hair just above his left ear. This is Herr Schwartzkopf. When you meet him, greet him as Michelle. When he says that's not his name, reply "There are no names for the ones that crawl, but the ones that walk are known to all".
Strange thing happened to me today .A guy came up to me and introduced himself as Michelle.I told him to feck of I have no change

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Re: spooky goings on

Ive heard horror stories and have had some weird feelings and things that happened. I like to tell myself there is an explanation and 9/10 there is. just sometimes you must wonder....

Has anyone ever seen that show that runs in the US , Gosthunters I think it is called where they go with all the fancy equipment....hahaha to funny , everything that moves must have a ghost behind it.


I want to watch that movie tho paranormal activity...anyone seen it?
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Back home my parents bought a home when I was 7 (yikes almost 30 years ago Im old!) anyways, the house had belonged to the narco so well...the spookiest thing that happened was that we had a piano...you know where this is going right? well, my sister played it but closed it when was done, at night the piano would make sounds, but not simple sounds but actually some very soft melodies. When my youngest sister was still a child, she hated that place (where the piano was) and said her legs trembled if she sat there...children's stuff but then when sitting next to her my brother and mother felt it, what is worse my sister and a friend of hers saw a guy in the corner of the room...I have goosebumps now.
IT was a weird house, once when looking into the mirror of the piano room I saw a guy walking behind me going from the kitchen to the garage, I thought it was my uncle who was supposed to pick me up...followed him and then there was nobody there
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Re: spooky goings on

When I lived in Scotland, there was a House in the town, that was known as the ghost house. I knew a few people, who lived in the house, and heard a few stories, e.g. one of them swept the floor in the kitchen, and was sure, there was childrens footprint on the wet floor afterwards. They had other incidents and even had a media in the house, who told them, the ghosts were 2 children and an adult or something similar. They had a "secret" locker in the wall, where they found some brass items, and the place apparently become uneasy when they took them out, until they put them back, and they had a locked door too, where they did not know, what was behind that door.

Now, the landlord had plans with the house, and all the people who lived there had their rental contracts terminated, and I helped one of the girls move her stuff. Just for fun I put the key from my flat into the keyhole of this mysterious door, that has been locked for at least 5 years, and "click" - the door is open. coincidentally my key fitted perfectly in the hole.

I still regret, I did not just scream, look the door, run out of the house, shake like mad, and refuse to talk about that room ever after .

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I was very skeptical until it happened to me. There is a small rug in my house that every so often moves by itself. Sometimes it is 90 degrees or rolled up. There is absolutely nobody around. The light bulbs blow up constantly also. The local power company cannot find anything wrong.
A local Shaman told me that the area where my house is built is the location of a massacre of the local Chumash tribe by the Spaniards. Dunno. Spooky though.
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Re: spooky goings on

I don't particularly believe in any "ghosts" or spooky things...

But once in school some +15 years ago, we were sitting on a bench, two benches facing each other. We were tired, everyones heads down, in the gym room. I think it was after a rather grueling exercise.

I happened to look up at the bench ahead of me with the other team sitting there, and behind there was a group of ghostly figures standing up, staring back at the whole lot of us

They hovered there for a minute or so... and then disappeared... vanished into the air.

I never quite knew what to make of it. Was it my eyes playing tricks on me? I really don't know. But they were really clear, a bit too clear. Like a frosted window pane with figures drawn into the front...

Weird stuff...
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Re: spooky goings on

Oh, my mother told me this one story...

When she was quite a bit younger (+30 years ago?), she was (I think) sleeping at my grandmothers house (from my fathers side). At one point, a ghostly figure of her mother (her mother died when my mom was I think 6 years old... sad story... heart attack during family dinner) appeared at her bedside and pointed a finger out in the direction of the hall... After that, she disappeared. What was left in the room was the smell of her perfume...

Don't know if she said it as a joke, but she's not one to crack jokes, especially about these things.
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we have had alot of things happen in our house recently, strange things that we cant explain
and wonder if there is something else to blame apart from us thinking we are mad!
lights going on and off and things disapearing and appearing somewhere else
i thought this would be good for a thread-

do you believe in the afterlife?
do you have anything happen to you that you cant explain?
what are your spooky stories!

look forward to hearing everyone's experiences


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Good thread Serenity! I definately believe in the afterlife and in spirit beings or ghosts that haunt houses and people. I believe that stuff is real!

[QUOTE=serenity;718057]the things that have happened in this house is astonishing,


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Ive heard horror stories and have had some weird feelings and things that happened. I like to tell myself there is an explanation and 9/10 there is. just sometimes you must wonder....

Has anyone ever seen that show that runs in the US , Gosthunters I think it is called where they go with all the fancy equipment....hahaha to funny , everything that moves must have a ghost behind it.


I want to watch that movie tho paranormal activity...anyone seen it?
I saw Paranormal Activity and I thought it was very good and it's supposed to be based on a true story too of things the couple recorded. Very good movie!

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Oh, my mother told me this one story...

When she was quite a bit younger (+30 years ago?), she was (I think) sleeping at my grandmothers house (from my fathers side). At one point, a ghostly figure of her mother (her mother died when my mom was I think 6 years old... sad story... heart attack during family dinner) appeared at her bedside and pointed a finger out in the direction of the hall... After that, she disappeared. What was left in the room was the smell of her perfume...

Don't know if she said it as a joke, but she's not one to crack jokes, especially about these things.
Oooooh speaking of the smell of perfume! I never saw any ghosts or had anything like lights going out or things moving but for the longest time as I was growing up, from like age of 4yrs old till like in my 20's I used to always on different occasions smell this very good perfume scent, a ladies perfume and it was the most mysterious thing I have ever known! I never saw any kind of ghosts or anything but I would always smell this lady's perfume and the scent is not sold in any stores and no person has ever been wearing it or ever even heard of it! I used to look for that perfume scent for years in all kinds of perfume stores and never found it! I would smell it like sometimes walking home from school like all of a sudden I would smell the perfume scent, sometimes when at home suddenly I would smell the scent, even after I was grown and in different places I would smell that same scent, like when I had my own apartment and lived alone and no one had been in my apartment all day and when I came home from work and smelled that scent in my apartment! That is the most mysterious thing! Has anyone ever experienced that? And that scent always had like good feelings/emotions associated with it. It wasn't till I was a teenager that I began to think that that scent was not coming from a living person at all! No one I knew had that perfume! I just remembered that when you mentioned your grandmother's perfume scent, where I used to always smell this nice pleasent smelling lady's perfume. Just at different times and in different places, sometimes at home and sometimes while out when no one else was around. I do believe in the afdterlife and in spirits, ghosts and angels!
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Which house in Baden?

There are a number of "secret passages" under Baden that were used during the middle ages to escape during sieges.
Most are blocked up now.

Who knows? Maybe someone/some people still walk these.

According to OP's posts she is still in Dubai, nowhere near Baden....so don't worry.

What has been uncovered recently in Baden when they have started to dig for new projects is fascinating. There was a really interesting display near the Thermalbad. I only read about the one in Ennetbaden but didn't visit personally.
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a 100fr note disappeared from my wallet a while ago, but then my pub landlord found it in his cash register... weird... wonder how it got there...
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Oooooh speaking of the smell of perfume! I never saw any ghosts or had anything like lights going out or things moving but for the longest time as I was growing up, from like age of 4yrs old till like in my 20's I used to always on different occasions smell this very good perfume scent, a ladies perfume and it was the most mysterious thing I have ever known! I never saw any kind of ghosts or anything but I would always smell this lady's perfume and the scent is not sold in any stores and no person has ever been wearing it or ever even heard of it! I used to look for that perfume scent for years in all kinds of perfume stores and never found it! I would smell it like sometimes walking home from school like all of a sudden I would smell the perfume scent, sometimes when at home suddenly I would smell the scent, even after I was grown and in different places I would smell that same scent, like when I had my own apartment and lived alone and no one had been in my apartment all day and when I came home from work and smelled that scent in my apartment! That is the most mysterious thing! Has anyone ever experienced that? And that scent always had like good feelings/emotions associated with it. It wasn't till I was a teenager that I began to think that that scent was not coming from a living person at all! No one I knew had that perfume! I just remembered that when you mentioned your grandmother's perfume scent, where I used to always smell this nice pleasent smelling lady's perfume. Just at different times and in different places, sometimes at home and sometimes while out when no one else was around. I do believe in the afdterlife and in spirits, ghosts and angels!
....I used to smell my late grandmother quite often when I was in various place of the world. Also, she used to live close to the sea and I sometimes smelled the salty breeze (in random places where there is no sea at all) that I got when I visited her.

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Sounds like a standard Class 2 Passive Poltergeist. Easy enough to deal with, as long as you follow the steps precisely. Any variation on the procedure could upset it, or worse.

What you're going to need to do is first get some Holy Water. Get a cotton bud and run a very faint trail of it along the threshold of your front door. This will help contain the spirit while the rest of the procedure is carried out.

Then, you need to go to the Uhrenmuseum Beyer. There is a clock there on display that was made to the order of a man named Jean Garner de Chastillon. Taped to the back of it you will find a pair of old coins, one gold, one silver. Take them and leave. Take great care of these coins.

Next, you need to get hold of a copy of "The Eighth Seal: Portal of the Dead" by Lucas Eleanor Zimmer. You won't find it on Amazon or ABE, but go to the Antiquarian Book fair at the Kunsthaus in Zurich, between March 5th and 7th, go to Stall B-23. There you'll find a feeble looking old man who is bald but for a small tuft of grey hair just above his left ear. This is Herr Schwartzkopf. When you meet him, greet him as Michelle. When he says that's not his name, reply "There are no names for the ones that crawl, but the ones that walk are known to all". He will give you a green carrier bag. In this bag is a copy of the book. When you take it, don't look at it, just give him the gold coin, turn 90 degrees to your left, and walk straight away.

Once you have walked about 5 metres, a tall man wearing a tweed jacket and carrying a cane will begin to walk beside you. This man will help you with the procedure. He isn't very chatty, and will probably only murmur in Latin if you try to talk to him. I've tried to get sense out of him before, but frankly, it's not worth the effort. Anyway, bring him back to your house. When you get to the door, he will kneel down and pour a fine grey powder over the Holy Water that you put down previously. Then invite him in (nothing supernatural. He's just very old fashioned) He will then find the centre of the house and lay down the ceremonial mat. Only then do you take out the book, and only lay it down on the mat. Turn to Page 56, and follow the instructions to the letter. Once you're finished, give the man the Silver coin.

I will contact you when it is done with further instructions.

And Serenity.... Good luck, and be careful.
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Re: Who believes in Ghosts?

My grandma died a year ago at the age of 98. We were close, but I'd not seen her in a couple of years. A few days after she died, I walked through what could only be described as a cloud of her perfume that she wore when I was younger. That happened a couple more times in the first couple of weeks after she was gone.

I always dismissed it as just some sort of olfactory memory my brain conjured up....
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I have a similar tale. When my sisters and I were small we used to buy my late great grandmother Devon Violets scent, which we considered to be the ultimate in sophistication, and which she sweetly wore for our benefit.

Anyway, when my sister's first born little girl was about two she was quite poorly and my sister was extremely anxious. She was, however, greatly comforted, as whenever she checked on her sleeping child there was an unmistakably strong smell of Devon Violets permeating the whole nursery, which persisted until her little girl was better.

PS, I guess it would be difficult to detect Swiss ghosts or poltergeists since they would find it difficult to make their presence felt, having to be so discrete and quiet, especially after 10pm. Uhless, of course, they chose to revolt.
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Nic, I think you just found the solution to all those with meddlesome neighbours. Blame it on the poltergeists.
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....I used to smell my late grandmother quite often when I was in various place of the world. Also, she used to live close to the sea and I sometimes smelled the salty breeze (in random places where there is no sea at all) that I got when I visited her.
Wow that is cool! Yes I believe that was her there.

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My grandma died a year ago at the age of 98. We were close, but I'd not seen her in a couple of years. A few days after she died, I walked through what could only be described as a cloud of her perfume that she wore when I was younger. That happened a couple more times in the first couple of weeks after she was gone.

I always dismissed it as just some sort of olfactory memory my brain conjured up....
No it was not your imagination or just a memory, she was there!

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I have a similar tale. When my sisters and I were small we used to buy my late great grandmother Devon Violets scent, which we considered to be the ultimate in sophistication, and which she sweetly wore for our benefit.

Anyway, when my sister's first born little girl was about two she was quite poorly and my sister was extremely anxious. She was, however, greatly comforted, as whenever she checked on her sleeping child there was an unmistakably strong smell of Devon Violets permeating the whole nursery, which persisted until her little girl was better.

PS, I guess it would be difficult to detect Swiss ghosts or poltergeists since they would find it difficult to make their presence felt, having to be so discrete and quiet, especially after 10pm. Uhless, of course, they chose to revolt.
Wow that is so cool! Yes she was watching over the little girl! That is nice!
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** Paranormal activity **

OK, so I´ve tried really, really hard (online) to find out which places are haunted, spooky, magical, unexplained, mystical.. -anything goes basically I haven´t even narrowed it down-in Switzerland, and I ended up with ONE whole story which is so lame it doesn´t even qualify!

Please help, there must be something I can work with here!
That´s why I love France and England, just think of all those magical places..
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