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The Ghost Who Wanted My Help

Posted on October 20, 2010

Ok, let me start first by telling you that all my life I’ve been able to hear, see, and feel when a spirit is in the house or anywhere I’m at. Oh! and by the way I’m 26! This happened a few months ago.

One night I was sleeping, it was late at night and I was awoken by this tugging of my leg. I thought it was my daughter who she sleeps on her bed besides ours, but she wasn’t.

I got up and I saw from far away in my room a little girl who had her face covered by her hair. It seemed odd but I quickly realized that the little girl was a ghost. I got scared, I must admit it even though I have always seen them I can’t get used to it. Any way she was very stressed out she wanted me to tell her mom that she hadn’t have a chance to tell her bye. The little girl wanted for me to go and find her and tell her that her little girl was alright but that she couldn’t rest till she would tell her mom goodbye!

The little ghost told me her name but I’m not going to say it. See where I live in about ten years ago when I was pregnant of my first daughter there had been an accident, in my town and it involved a little girl who was ran over by a truck and threw her in front of her school. Well this girl happened to be the little girl ghost that I saw, it made me sad because I’m a mom too and I have little girls too. Then I got out of bed and stood in the kitchen window and there again was this girl asking me to please help her.

I told her because I talk to them, that I was going to try to help her but I don’t really know where her mom lives and I don’t know her mom’s name! I just think that I should share this encounter with you to see what you guys think of it. And maybe to give me some suggestions of what to do.

Sent in by Mayra, Copyright 2010 TrueGhostTales.com




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17 Responses to “The Ghost Who Wanted My Help”
  1. Rosie says:

    Why don’t you ask the little girl what her mother’s name is and where they live? If she died of a car accident, there should be some record somewhere. If I were you, I would try my best to help her and give her mother the message. It is sad to see a lonely little soul wandering everywhere and can’t go to the place where she belongs.

  2. AnNa bites back says:

    i think you should help.if it will put here to rest heck ya do it.just find out what her moms name is and were she lives.and go from there.shes lonley and want closer so hopefully you can do it and if you do please let us know how it turned out.thanks for the story.

    • ghost in the machine says:

      I agree with that anna and might I also add that if the little girl told you her name then if you see her again get her to tell you her mothers name, or work from the last name it should not be all that hard. Asking her for an address might not work because they may have moved (sorry that’s the researcher in me talking)

      • AnNa bites back says:

        ya the address thing might not work i agree but last name is always good.i just hope she gets the anwser shes looking for and hopefully she can put to to rest and the mother wont freek out abbout the who thing.

  3. Selene says:

    Oh that is so creepy. But the ghost won’t stop haunting you until she fulfills her reason to be in our world. That is the way of life. I suggest you do w/e you can to help her, I may be 13 but I know what it feels like. Did you ever notice that hostpitals have everybody dying but never ghosts sightings? Because they never had a reason to stay there.

    • Caretaker says:

      Actually there are lots of stories about hauntings in hospitals. Here are just a few of them //www.trueghosttales.com/paranormal/tag/haunted-hospitals/

      • Pat says:

        Thanks caretaker- bet this site is FULL of great ghost stories!

      • ghost in the machine says:

        Actually hospitals are very haunted for the most part. Think of the amount of people that pass away in a strange place that is not home. Look at all the tv programs that deal with ghosts that have hospital segments. Many women in my family are nurses and they could tell you some things, maybe I’ll ask if I can write about it for them.
        The most unlikely place to encounter a spirit (though not improbable) is a graveyard because no one dies there. In some cultures, in the past they did bury a live person, normally a volunteer and usually a town elder when building a new graveyard. This person became a graveyard guardian and haunted the site to be it’s protector.

  4. Pete says:

    if you get to contact her mom please be tactful, she could freak out if you just tell her you were talking to her late dauighter, not a job I would like to undertake.

    Pete

  5. april says:

    u should help her

  6. Platano83 says:

    Go to your town library and look at all the periodicals the librarian might have prior to that date. It might tell you the name of the girl and also in the obiturary it might say who the parents are….Good Luck

  7. eric says:

    Just use your good judgement

  8. Regina says:

    I would defently find the mother no matter what it takes, This little girl came to you for help dont let her down.

  9. fuffy09 says:

    its kinda like the ghost whisperer! u should definitely help her!! :) good luck! :)

  10. Rylee says:

    You should definently help her :(
    If she told you her name, you could most likely track down her mother!

  11. melissa says:

    If you know when, how and what school it was this happened, why dont you try looking t up on past newspaper libraries? maybe she feels you are the only one that can see her and help her. kuddos to you, you are brave!! I woulb be really freaked out! good luck,

  12. Anonymous says:

    hi, well i think you should help her and ask her what her moms name is and last name!!!! that should be helpful =-) so that is what you need to do!!!!!

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