What does the government say about the Disclosure Project?
Have they offered any response?
What do they have to say about these many, many testimonies from reputable confidential-level government employees?
Suggestion by hbar12
I’m sorry it’s classified. National security, you know. The’ve just about convinced me, but then I understand the government is working on getting an unlimited energy source from nothing and psychic research. The future is a mystery, but it sounds wild. lol Look at this ten minute prediction, it’s so scientific it’s really convincing.
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Any suggestions on finding the identity of a ghost?
I’m a teenager and at 11 or so, I took a photograph of myself, home alone, with a figure of a woman in a pilgrim-like outfit and a girl in white pajamas. You may not believe me, but every once in awhile I’ll have a non-believing sleepover with one of my girlfriends and they will literally run home! I’ve had people come over and pee themselves after seeing dark shadows. A little boy likes to greet them in the middle of the night, too. We’ve woken up to Beethoven in the middle of the night, and I’m the only one who can play the piano.
Anyways, I took it upon myself to call up a psychic. I told her nothing but my name and asked her name, and I asked who the ghosts in my house were.
She asked me, “When you were 5, did you visit Salem, Massachusetts?” And I had!
I sent her a picture of my house and she told me it was a woman with her little girl and boy. (Elizabeth with son and daughter Daniel and Jessica.)
She asked me if people tend to see him in high places like air vents and on top of furniture, and that’s where everyone sees him! His mother apparently called him High-Up-Hughie.
Anyways, their house was burned by the doctor that lived next door. She was accused of being a witch because she had herbs.
I need to find their real identities and want to learn even more, completely valid information about them. How would I do this for someone in the 1600s?
Suggestion by Nightwind
I think they psychic is taking you for a ride. People weren’t accused of witchcraft for “having herbs.” Everyone had herbs.
Is the psychic implying the person was accused at Salem? Because that’s not how or why people were accused at Salem. Also, if they died at Salem, why are they haunting you, who clearly isn’t at Salem? And if they weren’t from Salem, why was the question even relevant, other than the psychic fishing for information about your potential interests?
Just having first names will make it pretty much impossible to find, particularly if you don’t have a location. And I’m confident if you look at Salem records you will not find them.
Suggestion by FlagMichael
I don’t have a whole lot of hope for identifying the source of the image. What are commonly called “ghosts” are better described as “apparitions” – visual phenomena in human form. There is an occasional apparition in the nursing home where a loved one works. The apparition appears to the residents, not to the nursing staff, as a school-age boy with blond hair. He never talks to anybody but several residents have reported seeing him. None ever knew about any of the others, partly because a resident (never the one who saw him) has always died in the three days after his appearance. The facility was built barely a decade ago on virgin forest land so it can’t be the ghost of a child who died in a building on that site. A child could have died of exposure, I suppose. The staff calls him Michael just because it seemed right he should have a name. They assume he is also the source of the sound of a child running in the halls at night, which is more frequent and not associated with events. Poltergeists are literally “noisy ghosts” and are more frequent than visual apparitions, but I have never heard of a poltergeist being associated with a dead person, usually just with living adolescent or young adult girls or women. Another loved one had a several week long encounter with a poltergeist that was confined to a bedroom he chose to sleep in. He was always a daredevil.
Anyway, it is one of those things that just makes me shrug my shoulders and move on to something I can do something about. Strange world we live in.
Suggestion by HuCipher
Wow interesting story. I would go to your city or towns hall of records or county clerk and trace back who lived on and owned the property were you currently stay. I would also got to a library and or contact your city or towns historian. This is pretty much the starting points. You say you have pictures? You may be able to find paintings or drawings of townsfolk from that period and compare them to what you have scene. Make sure you contact a reputable psychic. It is to easy for charlatans to fool people.
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How come whenever I get a reading they’re always wrong about my future?
Or if they tell me my future, it’s a different answer from each person?
Guess psychics are fake.
Suggestion by Bryce
Probably coz that stuff is all bullsh*t. Just a guess.
Suggestion by ilovepiano
No one can predict the future. These readings are just made up, the reason people believe them is because they’re so generic i.e. ‘something bad will happen on the 30th’-something bad happens every day so they’re obviously going to be right. It’s all about probability. If a psychic tells 1000 people that they’ll meet a handsome man/pretty woman, then it’s bound to happen for at least 1 in that 1000.
Stick to living in the present, not the future.
Suggestion by Mystic
You get what you pay for!
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