Submitted by Claire: firstname.lastname@example.org
recently took a trip to Washington D.C. with some friends on a choice school
trip. We visited the Iwagima (I know its spelled wrong. Its the memorial that
represents the Americans posting the flag on a Japanese
mountain) memorial. When I was there, I felt this eerie presence. All of a
sudden I felt myself falling to my knees. Words poured into my head, coming from
a dead veteran who said he missed his family and his little girl was all grown
up with children of her own and what he went through before he died. I shook my
head, and in the 10 seconds I was overwhelmed with words on my knees, I was
scared. I felt that I was being stalked or shot at. I rose from my knees. A
teacher asked me if I was ok. I blamed it on a shortness of breath and said I
had a faint asthma. But that wasn't the end. I looked up at the memorial and saw
a sad face in the clouds for one instant. I felt a wave of cold, and Goosebumps
overtook my body. Then as quickly the presence came upon me it left. I was warm
and the only voices in my head were my own. I know it sounds crazy, but was a
dead veteran speaking to me through my mind? I took a picture of the memorial
and a face showed up in it. Unfortunately, I do not a have a scanner. Wrapping
it up, my experience with the supernatural will be an unforgettable one.
Thanks Claire for sharing your
story with us. :)
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