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posted October 7, 2013 05:01PM
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Sino na rito ang may karanasan sa "Sundo" o yung mala-insidious na kwento! Share na! Dahil malapit na naman ang Nov. 1  emoticon

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posted October 7, 2013 08:51PM
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@TS:

First, I have to apologize for the last time.

I wasn't just feeling up for it.

Hope you understand. Thank you.

 

 

 

@Topic:

This is not my story but of that of my neighbor's.

When my mother passed away about four years ago she passed away here in Manila under our care.

Now, our neighbor from the province who happens to be very close to our family had had a sort of premonition at the exact time and day my mother died.

My mother died at about 10:30 in the morning. A night before she had her last confession and after a few hours to her confession she started seeing our late father and her late relatives and a few more people who had already been dead a long time. At that time we knew that the end could be near. So, we, my sisters and I, stayed close to her, and true enough at 10:30 the next morning she passed away in our arms.

Now, my neighbor, who lived just right next to us (their house comes first if coming from the town) who was watching a TV in their sala had seen some eerie big white blobs coming from the town's direction and passing through their house and through the walls of our house at the exact time my mother died. Not only that, she smelled a very sweet fragrance she could not ascertain the scent from which flower it was. And to add more to it, my neighbor suddenly felt a slow gust of gentle breeze on her body and made her feel goosebumps. However, the whole thing didn't last for long.

 

But what was weird about it is the fact that no one knew about my mother's passing yet not until later that day when all the transport and papers were ready to bring her home as we had to call our kins and relatives to inform them of the news.

 

When we finally arrived and prepared for the wake our neighbor told us about the incident.

My sisters and I couldn't almost believe.

Many of our folks especially the old ones called it as "nakiraan" or some "nagpaalam."

 

Sometimes we experience many things, magical and wonderful and even weird ones that even the most skeptical can never explain.

And sometimes it is better to leave it at that.

 

Just sharing with you.


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posted October 8, 2013 06:45PM
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Hmmn that's creepy. anyway sayang you can't share this on TV
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posted October 8, 2013 07:57PM
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RachelleCastillo posted on October 8, 2013 05:45PM
Hmmn that's creepy. anyway sayang you can't share this on TV


No I can't.

But perhaps my late mother would. emoticonemoticon

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