Our Paranormal Story Winner!

Hey, readers! Heather here! I would like to introduce you to Carey, our paranormal story winner! Enjoy the story she submitted to our contest. Thanks to everyone who participated and congratulations to Carey!

My name is Carey W. I was born a highly sensitive person (meaning that I pick up on energy of other people’s emotions and stuff like that) and I was an Indigo (meaning that I was born highly aware in tune with divine energy as well as the spirit realm) and this is the story of my first experience with the spirit realm.

I was in 8th grade (it was in middle school so I think it was 8th grade). We were in south Georgia in Darien, Georgia and we were going to Fort King George. We were going to sleep in the re-constructed blockhouse. The second our school group got on the fort grounds my stomach started doing flips and I got really nervous, the tour guides that it was haunted and that there are ghosts. I told the teachers that the energy is really off there (this was way before I knew that I was a highly sensitive  person to energy and that kind of stuff). I wanted to leave but I could not since I was with the school group. I kept getting more and more and more anxious and I felt a very strange energy there that no one else felt. I thought that we were crazy for sleeping in a haunted building. That night I slept on the second floor of the blockhouse and I had my glasses off but for some reason I woke up, it was either really late at night or early in the morning, I don’t remember the time, I saw in the corner a full figure almost like a person but it was misty and looked like fog. I had my flashlight on but I immediately turned it off when I saw the ghost. My glasses were off but I could see it. It was holding a lantern and it started moving so I crept back into my sleeping back and I was in full blown panic at this point. I had no idea if it could or if it was going to try to hurt me or not. It started to walk around and I felt it step on the corner of my sleeping bag. It did not hurt me but being as young as I was I did not know what to make of it. This was my first of many paranormal experiences.

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About Heather Scarbro Dobson

I wish I was Wonder Woman, but I'm actually a wife, mother of three, author, paranormal investigator, and a stay-at-home astronaut. When I'm not terrorizing the Bible Belt PTA with my purple hair and "Hail Satan" shirt, you can find me at home, binge-watching "Charlie's Angels."
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5 Responses to Our Paranormal Story Winner!

  1. i wouold LOVE to read more from carey!

  2. fuck. would. i would love to read more from carey.
    sorry i can’t type today.

  3. also, i am curious as to how old carey is now.

  4. Hee hee! Love you, Becky! Hopefully, Carey will answer that final question for you. I’ve never met her. Thanks for reading, hon!

  5. Carey W. says:

    Namaste! I am 22 years old now and a college student! As I said in my story I was born an indigo or a highly sensitive person and I use my abilities for healing and intuitive work. For my middle school self it quite a shock seeing a ghost lol!

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