When a friend and I were talking about ghost sightings, he said something I thought I would never forget.
“I remember the guy who told me, ‘Don’t look at him because you’re going to have a seizure,'” he said.
I didn’t have an epilepsy, and I’d never been sick.
But I had a seizure before.
And that’s when he told me he’d seen a ghost.
“But the person who told him that didn’t believe him.
He told him, ‘You’re crazy.
You’re going crazy.’
So I’m like, ‘Why are you saying that?’
He goes, ‘Well, if you look at this ghost, it’s not a ghost.'”
I remember the man who told my friend that he’d heard the ghost of a man with a history of mental illness.
He was a guy who had died.
And his wife had never seen him alive.
And she’d never heard from him in years.
So he said, ‘I’m going to make you look for him.
I’m going be going after this man.’
“But it was a lonely road.
My friend had to spend a month and a half trying to find a ghost that looked like him.
So after months of searching, he decided to go with the flow.
He had a heart condition. “
He was in his 60s.
He had a heart condition.
And he was dead,” he told my partner.
I felt guilty about leaving him.
But he knew the man, so he was going to follow the path I had taken, regardless of the consequences.
So the next day, I took my camera out of my pocket and took pictures of him, as he stood by the car.
Then I called the police.
He called back, ‘This is my ghost,’ and they got him.
And they found him right away.
So now I have a picture of him in my mind.
“When you see something like that,” he continued, “you don’t want to believe that you’ve seen it.
But when it’s real, it feels like a ghost.”
In this video, a man walks past a ghostly figure that looks like his old boss.
YouTube/Ghostly Tours, Inc. A ghostly man with the head of a woman.
YouTube.com/Ghosting Tours,Inc. A man who is a ghost of his former boss.
youtube.com In his own words, one of my favorite ghost stories is one about a ghost who is chased and trapped by a car full of tourists in the Netherlands.
“The car’s moving.
It’s a long way down the highway, and suddenly, a guy with a big, dark jacket and a dark hat comes out of nowhere, jumps on the hood, and says, ‘There’s a ghost on the other side of the road,'” the video description says.
“So the tourists all stop the car, and the man with his hood up says, “It’s a real ghost.
He’s been chasing us.
“”But then the guy with the hood down says, “‘You can’t let him get away, because he’s going to get stuck on the road.'”
The tourists all start freaking out, and when they finally see him, they’re scared and go home.
“They’re really frightened, but they get a little bit of relief,” the video says.
In a country with such an extreme lack of tourism, this experience was even more haunting.
“In the Netherlands, they call it the ghost car,” the description continues.
“If you see a ghost with a car, you know that it’s there.
You just have to keep driving.”
The video goes on to tell a story about the ghost’s escape and the people who chase him down the side of a road.
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A few weeks after that, we got a call from a hotel in Washington, D.C., and we were given the number of a tour operator.
It was an old man in his 70s, who was driving a small silver Mercedes-Benz S-Class.
He didn’t know who we were.
But we told him about the incident with the ghost, and he said that he had a video of the man’s car chasing a ghost in the same spot where the ghost was chased.
We were supposed to take that video and upload it to YouTube, and we figured it was time to do something.
The man said that the hotel manager had seen it on YouTube.
The hotel manager’s son had seen a video in his son’s room about a month earlier.
He knew what it looked like.
He said that if he took a video with his father’s phone and posted it to his YouTube channel, it would be the best way to prove that it was real.
So we took the video with our phones, and uploaded