View Full Version : Ghostly Razor
Jan 15th, 2005, 10:35 AM
Anyone's idea on this one: Have an electric razor which was sitting near my computer. Out of no where, it turned on, my girlfriend wasn't as freaked as me, though. Nonetheless, she seems to beleive it turned on because of something with the computer, I seem to think it turned on due to ghostly precenses!
Settle the dispute, if you wish to opine..
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Jan 15th, 2005, 10:50 AM
wow, hmm, looking at it from the view of a non ghost believer, maybe there is a loose connection inside the razor, have you had any other problems of is it old or very new?
On the other hand, have you ever had anything to do with ghosts or spirits before in your home? or have recently lost a friend or relative?
Jan 15th, 2005, 11:30 AM
it's a house that was built, no one lived in it before me...razor always seemed to work otherwise..
My brother in law Swears he saw shadows walking into walls one night. He is a non-believer for the most part, and a skeptic in everything, but he feels he did see something that night.
My grandmother (who is now dead) almost died in this house 12 years ago, she chocked on food. My sister had to get a spoon and get the food out of her throat...when my grandmother came to, she said how she saw the light and how people were there standing around her ready to take her, and called my sister awful names for bringing her "back"...
The razor incident is a weird one---but I believe one that can probably be explained through natural events.
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Jan 16th, 2005, 10:02 PM
any other ghostly things and you said your grandmother saw people who were picking her up... did she describe their look? sorry just wondering about afterlife... but it could all be explained through natural means but hmmm I like to wonder.... who was that razor from anyways? it could have a meaning if it was of ghostly manner that is.
Jan 16th, 2005, 11:06 PM
my tv came on before and so has my computer screen, and also the day after my grandmother died when i came home from the hospital after she had died my bed was made up. (i never make up my bed)
Jan 16th, 2005, 11:58 PM
. . .Since we're posting about grandparents and unexplainable occurrences (i.e. ghosts), I thought I'd toss in my proverbial two-cents and tell of a couple of experiences that have been passed down through my family lore/on my mother's side. . .
. . .Not ten feet from the house in the backyard, was an apple-tree that my grandmother treasured greatly for the apples it produced, of such quantity that she never needed to buy any, and also of such quality that she could make the tastiest apple-pies with the flakiest crust one could ever enjoy. . .How I remember those pies! (heh. . .) Anyway, WITHIN WEEKS of her demise, this seemingly healthy apple-tree just 'died' as well, I can recall how that following spring it failed to bud and had to be cut-down. . .
. . .The VERY MINUTE my grandfather died, an wind-up alarm clock he had kept in his bedroom STOPPED, and no amount of tinkering with it to get it to start working again would turn the trick, it was even taken to a clock repair-shop, this to no avail. It simply would never run again.
Joe (Bigsky770) :eek:
Jan 19th, 2005, 4:12 PM
wow freaky stories this is interesting joe yours are like dirrectly linked freaky I don't think there is such explanation for these events...and terminator maybe your grandmother made it for you as a ghost...or in respect you did your made and forgot about since you said that you where not used to making it... well those are possibilities
nowthan I'll tell you one of my freaky stories.
ok it was in religion class at my old school 2 years ago. there we where watching a movie about God and all that. durring the movie the radio just randomly turned on...weird.... well it would had been if there was no timer on it! lol dam teacher made us believe this untill the end of the year... well that's mine I got others prolly somewhere but I don't feel like remembering
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