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Always Haunting Me and Following Me

I wanted to share some things that have happened to me through out my life and maybe some one cam help me understand a little more. I will give you a little history before I start. I have always been able to see and hear people that have passed on. To me that are just like you and I walking around the only problem I have is I see them after what ever it is has killed them. This has been going on since I was old enough to remember and my kids are the same way. Anyway on with the stories…

I use to have a picture that hung in my living room of my great grandfather who is a Native American Chief (See Native Americans and Ghosts). And no matter where I went in the room his eyes would follow me and if I could not find something that I knew where it was it seemed as …

July 10th, 2011 by Caretaker 
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The Dream Catcher

I am writing this story on behalf of both my father and I, we both have Native American blood, (1/32 for my dad, 1/64 for me – The Chickasaw tribe,fyi). That is a detail that will make itself clear in the story, and we were wondering if anyone could help us figure out what is around. The story will be his than mine will follow…

My Dad’s Story

About 3 weeks ago he was woken up in the middle of the night because his room was really warm, so as he was going to get a glass of water in the kitchen he walked into a cold spot, which is unusual because the heater was on and the house stays warm, (even when you don’t want it to), and according to him it felt like some unhappy entity passed through him and he brushed it off saying there was a window open, not true, and as he was going back …

March 3rd, 2011 by Caretaker 

Ghostly Indian Drums on Colorado Ranch

Last summer my birth-mother told me I could work at her horse boarding ranch near Denver for $9.00 an hour. The economy being what it is in rural Montana I took her up on her offer and moved down to Colorado for the summer.

The heat during the day was sweltering so I often did my stable cleaning in the dead of night to make it a little less odoriferous. Late one night around 11:30, right as the stars were coming up into the sky the horses began acting oddly, nickering and almost going into a panic when I left their sight. I just assumed they could smell a rat or snake so I began searching the premises for any signs of small animal life that might be causing their uneasy behavior.

My mother and her finance were out of town for the weekend so I had the place to myself. That being the case it was totally silent on …

February 20th, 2011 by Caretaker 

Dark Entity Haunts a Murder Site

In the fall of 2008, I was eating out with two friends, and the subject of ghosts came up. “Brad” mentioned a nature reserve some miles from town called Gitchie-Manitou, in northwest Iowa. A few miles to the north is the Minnesota border, and you hit South Dakota if you go a little ways west. According to Brad, he’d gone there some time before with another group of friends, and was attacked by some evil force.

Gitchie-Manitou Reserve is of historical significance because it’s believed to be an ancient Native American burial ground. Additionally, four teenagers were viciously attacked and murdered there by a pair of brothers in the 1970s. Also in the ’70s, a young person claimed to have seen an “alien” at this place. So all in all, Gitchie seems to be a hotbed of paranormal occurrences.

Brad agreed to take me and our friend “Joe” to the nature reserve that night, to see if we could experience …

February 1st, 2011 by Caretaker 

Mysteries Lost History and Legends of Ancient America

November 23rd, 2010 by Caretaker 

Heyoka the Clowns

It happened when I was four years old in a small Town called Martin South Dakota. My family lived in an apartment building called Coats Cabins and I can still remember it to this day.

It was around the evening. My mom lived upstairs and my grandparents lived downstairs but we had to walk outside and go around the back of the building to see them. My mom would walk to my grandparents when she needed something and I remember playing in the kitchen and I noticed my mom was gone so I ran out the door then I ran in the back and cried for my mom and she came out and picked me up and carried me back in. Then later on she did the same thing again so when I noticed she was gone I ran out side but this time it was dark outside. The sky was black and I was in the parking lot and …

November 3rd, 2010 by Caretaker 

Human Bone and Shadow Figures in Kentucky

October 15th, 2010 by Caretaker 

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Native Indian Ghost Experience in Newark Ohio

June 14th, 2010 by Caretaker 

Sleep Paralysis Experiences in the Land of Enchantment

Hello all… My name is Austin, I’m 29 years old and I live in the “Land of Enchantment” (Google it if you don’t know). The Native American culture here is huge and I have a deep respect for the spirituality that many tribes bring. Why this relates you will see as you read further in.

I have had two experiences in my life. They were both very long ago and I have only retold them a handful of times. What I absolutely remember without a doubt is that it was the scariest experience of my life (I was inches away from being shot in the head in a drive-by shooting when I was 17 and that pales in comparison) So here it goes…

The first was when I was around 8 years old. I was sleeping in bed with my mom as I often did. I woke up in a sweat because I had too many covers on me and …

December 18th, 2009 by Caretaker 

A Little People Episode

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