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Overtiredmum Thu 15-Sep-11 19:14:40

I live in Kent, in a small(ish) village alongside the Thames. Some very dear friends of mine are experiencing some "activity" (for want of a better word!) with their son and it is starting to freak them out.

Their DSs are 7 and 3. As a youngster, DS1 used to wave up the stairs, saying goodbye, whenever they left the house. He doesn't anymore. However, DS2 started doing the same thing approximately six months ago, but he also says there is a man in his bedroom who he plays with. DF was worried about this, but I said to her that it seemed friendly enough and since DS1 seemed to grow out of it, presumably DS2 would too.

However, today when I met up with DF, she was visibly shaken and went on to tell me that when she had gotten home with DS2 today after pre-school, he had asked for some sweets. DF said they didn't have any, but they could get some for the walk to school. He said that it was OK, there were some under his bed. She just assumed this meant he had stashed some there, so said come on and show me because you shouldn't hide them. She walked in his bedroom wiyh DS2 and a haribou ring literally rolled out from under his bed in front of them. She said that DS2 giggled and said that the man had put it there.

Now, DS2 doesnt have a problem with being in his room, he says the man is really nice. But DF is concerned because obviously this is slightly more than she was used to with DS1, who used to just wave up the stairs.

I have been trying to find out what was on the land before their house, which is reasonably new, but nothing is showing up.

Any advice?

Overtiredmum Thu 15-Sep-11 19:15:07

PS I apologise if this is under the wrong section, wasn't sure where to put it. Thanks x

imgonnaliveforever Thu 15-Sep-11 21:23:42

I would be scared and alarmed by this. And I would try to contact a vicar or minister to get advice or to be put in touch with someone who could help. Even today there are people who specialise in this kind of thing.

peterpan99 Thu 15-Sep-11 21:30:58

my sister use to say there was a little old man who sat on the end of her bed at night.

Overtiredmum Thu 15-Sep-11 22:04:28

Thank you, I don't think he's harmful, but DS2 seems more receptive to his presence than DS1 used to be. I certainly think DF should look into having someone come in to see whats occurring.

Made me go all cold when she told me, she looked so shaky, bless her.

springydaffs Mon 19-Sep-11 00:30:44

May be 'friendly' now but chances are - and from stories I've heard - it doesn't stay like that. I agree that your friend should get a vicar/priest/pastor in to clear the house of uninvited and unwanted guests.

jade80 Mon 19-Sep-11 00:52:41

Where would a ghost acquire haribo?!

MeMySonAndI Mon 19-Sep-11 01:05:59

IMO is better not to think too much about it. I had an experience similar to that of the haribo many years ago, I knew I didn't imagine it because I was not the only one to see it. I knew it was not technically possible (we checked any possible way, but there was none). Something strange happened and we were left with the evidence in front of us. I have focused in the only possible but unlikely solution to be able to continue to work late at night in that building but... I don't know how would I react if it had happened in my own house.

DS also used to wave at home, we used to find stuff in his cot we were damn sure we had not put there (from birth to when he was about 1), it helped to blame it in tiredness and forgetfulness, hiding my head in the sand certainly helped not to dwell about it in the mean time until the problem passed. The house has a very warm feeling to it, and it continue the same through out that time, so I assume if there was something around, it certainly was a nice presence.

MeMySonAndI Mon 19-Sep-11 01:08:26

And I would not even contemplate bring in a priest to have a look at the house... that would make it official I had a ghost and believe me, I didn't want to had that certainty even if priest was taking the ghost away!

NiceAcorn Mon 19-Sep-11 21:45:34

If your friend does get someone in, I wouldn't have them visit when her sons are in, it might upset them to see their friend "banished"

mariamagdalena Fri 23-Sep-11 23:38:12

might ds1 have been under the bed?

indigobarbie Mon 26-Sep-11 20:41:55

I have had experience of these things before and I highly recommend your friend call on Archangel Michael to clear away any energies from the house, and escort them to the light, for the highest good of all concerned. Believe me, I know how crazy this will sound to a lot of people, but even if you don't believe in Angels, it doesn't matter. It works.
Best Wishes and love xx

indigobarbie Mon 26-Sep-11 20:42:21

Meant to say, you don't need to be in the house to do this, you could do it on behalf of your friend.

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