A ghost story

I just thought of this story today because of a very vivid dream I had last night in which I had a conversation with a ghost….

Several years ago Stevo and I were visiting Don and Carol at their house in Moscow, Idaho. We were sleeping on the futon in the living room and I woke up one morning to hear the front door open and close. Nothing unusual in that since some other folks were visiting and were staying outside in the camper. I heard one of them come in the door and walk past where we were sleeping and go into the bathroom nearby and close the door. I didn’t roll over to look at see who it was.

Well, several minutes go by and I’m waiting to hear the typical finishing-up-in-the-bathroom noises because, you know, I had to go. A few more minutes pass, then a few more….finally after half an hour I got tired of waiting and I got up to see what was happening. The bathroom door was open and no one was in there. There is no way anyone could have left the bathroom without me knowing.

I told Carol and Don about it later and they said it was the ghost that inhabits that house. They had told me about the ghost before but I’d never had an experience with her. Nothing frightening, just interesting and a bit annoying. Etheric phenomenon is not always high drama. Sometimes it’s just small, unusual events that make you go, “huh!”  :)

Another example of this is the ghost that lives at Don and Carol’s current residence. They believe it is the ghost of a man who committed suicide on the property. Again, nothing dramatic, just kind of funny. This ghost unrolls the toilet paper in the guest bathroom. I notice it when I get up to go in the middle of the night. It happens when I know for a fact that I was the last one to use the bathroom and I didn’t leave the paper unrolled. It’s happened at least a dozen times, so it’s no coincidence. I figure he’s helping me, you know, making it easy to find the toilet paper when I stumble in there in the middle of the night. :)

~ Dooney

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