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  1. #21
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    ...He's had his own ghost experience so he does believe in ghosts...
    I would very much like to read this. I don't know how it is possible
    that Iv never seen or heard these stories before.

    Iv heard the story of the spider in the barn and about the mangled
    "body" that his mother told him he 'saw' but doesn't remember.
    But iv never heard him talk about actual ghosts or what ever.
    cool.

    also; if any of you are interested in what Urban Exploring is,
    you can look here: http://youtube.com/user/nonyah100/

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    He and his wife had been at a function where the "coat room" was a bedroom and everyone's coats were placed on the bed. He had gone to the room to retrieve their coats and out of the corner of his eye saw an elderly man who, in fact, was not there. I'll try to find the source but if anyone else remembers this, please chime in. I know it's been just recently that he told this story although I'd heard it years ago as well.


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    Oops...just realized it might have been something to do with the Ghost Brothers CD so not sure if that's been made public or not.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Moderator View Post
    Oops...just realized it might have been something to do with the Ghost Brothers CD so not sure if that's been made public or not.
    I think I found an appropriate use for this smilie.
    Lady sneaking out wearing a babushka. Or she's looking for taters, who knows?
    None the less, I hope no cats were let out of any bags that will get anyone in Dutch. We won't tell. Don't worry.

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    Haven't heard the GB CD but have heard/ read the story abut the coats on the bed. Oh old age and brain that no longer work

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moderator View Post
    ....OK, now I'm COMPLETELY confused...an old man's monkey that's wearing a russian peasant headwrap, donned someone else's coat while trying to lure King into a bedroom?...

  8. #28
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    I've heard this story a couple of times, too. He uses it to make the point that true ghost stories are often boring. I wonder if it was part of the UMass appearance recently.

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    It's in his old interview with Janet Beaulieu that was in the Bangor Daily News in 1988.

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    All my life I've had to experience weird goings on. My childhood home was weird, a house I rented, my husband thought I was weird, till he experienced something w/ me @ his childhood home. He never experienced anything growing up. We had to live @ his parents house a few yrs. ago when we lost r home when it happened. I always seem to be targeted. I'm a house keeper and experience things at certain homes. I don't want to be bothered. I don't go looking, just try to ignore it.

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