Strange Teardrop

Posted on May 18, 2010

My mother passed away in July of 2005. On her birthday, the following February,a few relatives and I decided to try to contact her. We went to her house, where she died and gathered in the room she died in.

The four of us sat in a circle and concentrated on her for a few minutes and then began asking her to show us a sign if she knew we were attempting to contact her. Each one of us told her that if she tried really hard, she could get a message to us.We just wanted to know that she was alright.

After a few minutes of coaxing her to contact us, I was really surprised.I was a total skeptic and never ever expected any response.

A teardrop shaped orb ( don’t know what else to call it), about the size of a half dollar, began floating around directly in front of me. It was outlined in fluorescent green and had a pinkish/purplish center.� It was moving at a slow – moderate pace. I followed it with my finger, trying to point it out to my family. It was within arms reach but I didn’t try to touch it. I just wanted to pinpoint it so my sisters could see it. It traveled around in front of me for about 30 seconds as I pointed at it. Then it just disappeared.

A few minutes later, my sister had a similar experience but the ‘orb’ she saw was totally green.

A few minutes later, my niece smelled roses. She frequently took roses to Mom when she was sick.

My other sister,who was there, never received any sign at all. I know it sounds nutty but it is true.

Has anyone else out there had an experience with colored orb-like things?

Sent in by Vick, Copyright 2010 TrueGhostTales.com




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Comments

11 Responses to “Strange Teardrop”
  1. Anonymous says:

    I don’t think about inviting ghost. In some cases your could have(and I’m not saying you did) brought in a demon. But thank god you were lucky!

    • Suzi says:

      And Anonymous you are right. They could have invited a demon, so Vick I would be very careful. You should be glad it was your mom.

  2. AnNa says:

    thats sad that your mom died but worse on her birthday.sorry to hear that.i’ve never had anything happen to me so i wouldnt know.the weird thig is why didnt anything happen to your sister ?all the others did.well thanks for the story.

  3. truthlies,liestruth says:

    i fell sorry for your loss but, was that place dusty and had multiple colors of light if so then that would explain the floating orbs thing, and for the rose scent could it have been dying rose near a window?

  4. Suzi says:

    No I have never had that happen to me before but it would be cool to see what you saw. And I’m very sorry that your mom died.

  5. Sarah says:

    Hi, After my mum passed away, although I never asked to hear from her, she made contact. The closest thing to an orb happened the after night she died. She passed away in the early afternoon at home, with her cat, myself and my husband present. She had terminal cancer, and we all knew the end would be soon. One morning she did not wake up, and our Macmillan nurse said she had gone into a coma. When the doctor came, he said she could have hours or a few days left. My then husband came home from work and we waited in the living room, where her bed was. Suddenly, the cat jumped up from my lap , maiowed, and jumped onto Mum’s legs, purring. I went up to the bed. Mum’s breathing was getting really laboured. I held her hand and kissed her, and at that moment she died. I felt grateful that the cat had alerted me to what was going on, as it gave me the chance to say a proper goodbye to my mum. We opened all the doors and windows for a while to let her spirit pass on. That night I woke up suddenly in the early hours to see a huge roundish light on the wall opposite my bed where I had a poster of a figure with angel’s wings. There was no way it was a street light; I could already see the reflection of that on another part of the wall, and there were no cars outside. The light was really bright, but only lit up a large circle on the wall and nothing else. I felt very peaceful and felt mum was telling me she was okay now. A couple of weeks later, a new friend I made who didn’t know my mum had died let alone any details, told me she had recived a “message” from someone called Gerry. That was the name my mum was known by. She had told my friend that the headaches were gone now, she was happy, and that she now knew that her real identity was not as my mother, and that my real identity is not as her daughter. Mum had had a brain tumour. I took it that she had gone somewhere good and realised the soul’s immortality, but from time to time after that I would feel her presence watching me round the house, and smell her perfume very strongly, as if she was coming to protect me. This was 17 years ago; even now about once every 2 years, I smell her scent near me, especially if I am feeling a bit down. Mothers are so strongly attached to their children!

  6. justme says:

    Teardrop response : The room was dark and there were no roses in the house. The house had been mostly cleared of everything. My one sister who didn’t get a response was , I think, too emotionally disturbed at the time. She was a wreck.

  7. grim reaper says:

    Why does it happen to only a few people?Why not everyone when a loved one dies?

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