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Military Man and Cat Eyes

Posted on April 20, 2010

When I was younger, like about 5, I went into the kitchen to get some water. When I was done, I turned around and in the living room, I saw this guy standing there. It looked like he was wearing navy blue clothes, a jacket with little decorations on it, and a white military-looking hat. This was pretty late at night and that day we didn’t have any visitors. Also, my imagination doesn’t work well enough for me to see a solid figure (trust me, I’ve tried!). What was weird was that his legs, as I looked down, faded. What was even more weird, I wasn’t afraid. It was like he’s been there all along.

Also about that apartment, when you went into our room (I shared it with my sister) with your eyes closed, you saw cat eyes. We did experiments with our friends, but it was only in our room we saw the cat eyes, even when we didn’t know which room we were in.

Now, in our new house, I see shadows moving at the corners of my eyes. I once even saw a full figure shadow of a girl walking past the kitchen. I thought it was my sister, but even then she didn’t have as long hair that the shadow girl did. It looked like a shadow, but I could see the stripes on her shirt.

My grandpa died in the room that is now our bedroom and I think his death stirred up something?

In case anyone asks, the first one happened in Victorville, California.

Sent in by thraxbaby, Copyright 2010 TrueGhostTales.com




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Comments

5 Responses to “Military Man and Cat Eyes”
  1. thraxbaby says:

    P.S.-After I moved, I learned the street right next to our apartment was supposed to be haunted!
    I got it from http://www.theshadowlands.net/places/

  2. Christina says:

    Interesting……Victorville, wouldn’t that have some bases around there? Would make sense that is particular vision may have been military.

    Thanks for the stories!

    Christina

  3. Cara says:

    camp pendleton is close to Victorville, my grandma lived there and saw a man in a khaki suit holding a rifle, and she thought it was an intruder and when the guy raised the rifle and shot, he dissapeared and nothing got shot.

    • thraxbaby says:

      wow! now I know I’m not crazy! ? The last time I put this story up on another site, I got a very negative comment on it, telling me to not make things up. Got very depressing.

  4. Kind Skeptic says:

    No one should ever chastise you for sharing your experiences. Readers have two choices ONLY — believe or not! That said, it’s always a good thing to do some digging and get some details before considering an event as a haunting. There are so many things that are called “ghosts or phenomenon” that it has “gilded the lilly”, so to speak. It seems like so many people desperately want to have had an ‘experience’ and therefore cannot differentiate imagination or exhaustion, lights or vision inconsistencies, and just normal shadows that change with these light affectations from the “norm” because they want it to be *more*. Your story has some interesting details however that could support phenomenon.

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