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Wooden transporting owl!
Rose-Mary writes, "Our haunted Welsh farmhouse never ceases to surprise us! We seem to have experienced a wide range of phenomena, from apparitions, things that go bump, both day and night, writing and carvings of religious words on our walls, voices, images on photos that are not their in reality to the transportation of heavy objects! In August 2002 my husband, David, bought me a large wooden owl. I had coveted it for ages in our local pine furniture shop. The price tag was nearly £400 and there didnít seem much chance of me acquiring it. However, I was unfortunate enough to suffer from appendicitis, the offending organ was removed on the point of bursting. David decided that as I had been such a brave girl, I deserved to have my beloved owl! Two strong men placed the 182lb owl on our 16-inch high hearth in the lounge. For a few months it seemed quite happy and dominated the room. One day, in February 2003, David walked into the lounge and had a shock, there was the owl standing in the middle of the lounge having somehow moved off itís plinth and travelled about 10 feet, or so, across the room. It stood in this position for a couple of days until our son-in-law came over to help David move it. As it was so heavy, it was decided that we put it in the study next door, as lifting it back onto the hearth may have resulted in the two men sustaining hernias! The owl seemed to settle well into itís new home, so I had a big surprise when in August 2003 I arrived home to discover the owl in the kitchen, occupying the space where a pair of kitchen steps and a pot plant had been. Everything had moved up one, the steps on top of the owl and the plant on top of the steps! We removed the steps and plant and left the owl where it was. A few months later the owl decided to once more return to the hearth; this time in a reclining position! At the time of writing, the owl sits in the corner of the French windows in the lounge and seems content. We have no idea how the owl goes walkabout, this is just another of the mysteries that make our home a fascinating place in which to live!"


Owl found transported with items stacked on top!
 


Owl found moved back to original spot but sideways
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 Jim's Comments:

We are featuring two pages of Rose-Mary's photos this month because of this most amazing phenomena that she and her husband David are experiencing. I also have a shack of photos that we will be showcasing in the form of an article on her home next month. Just in case you didn't read Rose-Mary's comments at the top of this page, this wooden owl weighs 182 lbs and would be very heavy for a ghost to transport. However, I know it can be done because I have personally seen it happen. Once when I was on an investigation of a haunted Hotel in old Folsom, CA, (Folsom prison blues). I witnessed a huge cushion chair disappear. We walked away for a couple of minutes and came back to find the chair gone. First of all it was very heavy, secondly, it was upstairs, and thirdly, it would not have fit through the doors of any of the rooms. We waited there in awe wondering what happened to the chair and if it might reappear somewhere soon. Well, we walked around the corner for a few minutes and on our return, it reappeared. We asked the staff downstairs if the chair had been seen being taken down to the main lobby and they just laughed as they said no. As I have learned, there are ways for material items to be transported by unseen beings and can even vanish completely during the transporting process. I am currently doing a research survey on this type of phenomena and the reports coming in are astonishing!

 
 Photo/s submitted by: Rose-Mary


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