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#1    Libranaster

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Posted 28 January 2008 - 07:25 AM

Ok I thought by now the web would be full of ghost stories from the site of the trade tower collapse. Is it too soon are people still in too much pain to even discuss the paranormal experiences that may happen at this site? Is it just wrong to want to go ghost hunting there? I mean it must be crawling with ghosts, it just has to be after the terrifying events of that day.

I mean no disrespect to people who lost their loved one that day my heart goes out to you still and I believe it was the day the world stopped just for a day. Still I was against them building something else there because it would end up haunted and it should just be a memorial to those that passed. I am not sure what they ended up doing with it because the tradgedy was seen around the world but not how it ended up. Any way I don't mean to be disrespectful but if I had the money I would go to America and try to go ghost hunting there.

If anyone has had a supernatural experience there please leave your story. Maybe one day the families of the victims might have some stories like I read a story from world war 2 where a woman says her brother walked in the house and asked for a cup of tea and dissapeared while she was in the kitchen but really he was dieing miles and miles away at war.


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Posted 28 January 2008 - 07:31 AM

There must be some kind of residual, spiritual, ghostly presence, but who's going to let any ghost hunters around the 911 sight to investgate.


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Posted 28 January 2008 - 07:40 AM

Libranaster on Jan 28 2008, 01:25 AM, said:

Ok I thought by now the web would be full of ghost stories from the site of the trade tower collapse. Is it too soon are people still in too much pain to even discuss the paranormal experiences that may happen at this site? Is it just wrong to want to go ghost hunting there? I mean it must be crawling with ghosts, it just has to be after the terrifying events of that day.

I mean no disrespect to people who lost their loved one that day my heart goes out to you still and I believe it was the day the world stopped just for a day. Still I was against them building something else there because it would end up haunted and it should just be a memorial to those that passed. I am not sure what they ended up doing with it because the tradgedy was seen around the world but not how it ended up. Any way I don't mean to be disrespectful but if I had the money I would go to America and try to go ghost hunting there.

If anyone has had a supernatural experience there please leave your story. Maybe one day the families of the victims might have some stories like I read a story from world war 2 where a woman says her brother walked in the house and asked for a cup of tea and dissapeared while she was in the kitchen but really he was dieing miles and miles away at war.


I don't know if it is still too soon because I'm not particularly sensitive about it. A lot of people are though, so I'll tread lightly. I can imagine a sense of residual agony at the site, but in a way I think the spirits would rather be with their families. I suppose a few could be confused, but I doubt it. Many, if not most, people were aware of the fact that they were going to die.

Edited by Asphodel, 28 January 2008 - 07:41 AM.

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Posted 28 January 2008 - 08:20 AM

I think that maybe reports might appear at some point.  However, it's so soon and I think whoever would report it to the media might well get lanced.  Imagine going through that grief and having the thought that your loved one might be wondering around and not at peace.  It's very sad.


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Posted 28 January 2008 - 08:26 AM

I don't think your going to hear about ghost at this site for a long time if ever sense it touched so many people, This area is hollow ground now...

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Posted 28 January 2008 - 08:28 AM

Yeah it would be really sad to think your loved one didn't move on and that is the main reason I am wondering because all evidence at the moment indicates that all of the spirits may have moved on and if so that is a beautiful thing really. I imagine though maybe one day our children or grandchildren may end up visiting as part of some cheap thrills ghost tour or something.

I did find some stuff where people say going there they sense a great sadness but then it was a very sad event anyway. Still I think there atleast had to be a few phone calls from the beyond or appeariations at the time. Some nice tear jerker love stories of a loved one saying good bye from the spirit realm. I suppose I am a hopeless romantic or maybe things like that do give me hope that there is a life beyond this one.


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Posted 28 January 2008 - 08:33 AM

You mean they didn't even put up a memorial  mad.gif.  That is bogus! From what I heard there may still be remains burried there they should make it a memorial atleast to those that will be missing forever because they became nothing but dust or whatever. It should be made inot some kind of memorial garden or something I would think. Wow if I died there I would come back just to kick Bush's behind for not doing so. Wow that makes me mad and kind of sad.

isis-999 on Jan 28 2008, 07:26 PM, said:

I don't think your going to hear about ghost at this site for a long time if ever sense it touched so many people, This area is hollow ground now...




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Posted 28 January 2008 - 08:33 AM

Libranaster on Jan 28 2008, 02:28 AM, said:

I did find some stuff where people say going there they sense a great sadness but then it was a very sad event anyway.


I'll go someday for you and check it out myself. I don't really have any feelings to cause a bias (sorry, I must sound like an a-hole). I'll definitely be able to reliably tell if something depressing remains. I think it's worth a shot.


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Posted 28 January 2008 - 08:38 AM

Asphodel on Jan 28 2008, 07:33 PM, said:

I'll go someday for you and check it out myself. I don't really have any feelings to cause a bias (sorry, I must sound like an a-hole). I'll definitely be able to reliably tell if something depressing remains. I think it's worth a shot.


Yeah I think its worth a shot for someone who isn't close to the disaster, from what I heard on the news at the time though ALOT of Americans lost someone that day. I think it would effect me to go there because even though I was so far away living in Australia it was so shocking to see what happend on the tv I just watched it all day. It was amazing how many people around the world it effected like that but then it opened everyones eyes to the fact even the lucky countries get hit. Apparently though it was haunted before it was hit so I wonder what happened to those ghosts? Are they homeless now or did they move on?


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Posted 28 January 2008 - 08:41 AM

Libranaster on Jan 28 2008, 02:33 AM, said:

You mean they didn't even put up a memorial  mad.gif.  That is bogus! From what I heard there may still be remains burried there they should make it a memorial atleast to those that will be missing forever because they became nothing but dust or whatever. It should be made inot some kind of memorial garden or something I would think. Wow if I died there I would come back just to kick Bush's behind for not doing so. Wow that makes me mad and kind of sad.


The did a quick and incompetent cleanup. Bones, charred remains, and jewelry are still found on rooftops and ledges, but it isn't mentioned much. I'm sure there must be other remains on ground zero itself.  I'd come back and kick Bush's butt too, same as if I was a Katrina victim. The cleanup there was awful too and remains have been found up until very recently. They may still be finding remains for all I know. The dead and their families deserve respect, and proper respect wasn't given in either situation. That, to me, is a complete shame and disgrace.

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Posted 28 January 2008 - 08:43 AM

Asphodel on Jan 28 2008, 07:41 PM, said:

The did a quick and incompetent cleanup. Bones, charred remains, and jewelry are still found on rooftops and ledges, but it isn't mentioned much. I'm sure there must be other remains on ground zero itself.  I'd come back and kick Bush's butt too, same as if I was a Katrina victim. The cleanup there was awful too and remains have been found up until very recently. They may still be finding remains for all I know. The dead and their families deserve respect, and proper respect wasn't given in either situation. That, to me, is a complete shame and disgrace.


I would say if there are any ghosts from either incident thats where they all are haunting George Bush mystery solved!


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Posted 28 January 2008 - 08:46 AM

Libranaster on Jan 28 2008, 02:38 AM, said:

Yeah I think its worth a shot for someone who isn't close to the disaster, from what I heard on the news at the time though ALOT of Americans lost someone that day. I think it would effect me to go there because even though I was so far away living in Australia it was so shocking to see what happend on the tv I just watched it all day. It was amazing how many people around the world it effected like that but then it opened everyones eyes to the fact even the lucky countries get hit. Apparently though it was haunted before it was hit so I wonder what happened to those ghosts? Are they homeless now or did they move on?


I luckily didn't lose anyone and the footage wasn't especially damaging. I get over things quickly and am fairly tough to begin with. I felt horrible for all of the grieving families, but I am detached from the incident itself and I don't hurt for them anymore. I do have a sense of great sense respect for them, though, to have lived through such pain. I don't know what would happen to any ghosts that were there before. I'm guessing that it would be like the demolition of a haunted home, they'd stick to the land.

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Posted 28 January 2008 - 08:48 AM

Libranaster on Jan 28 2008, 02:43 AM, said:

I would say if there are any ghosts from either incident thats where they all are haunting George Bush mystery solved!


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Posted 28 January 2008 - 09:15 AM

Libranaster on Jan 28 2008, 02:33 AM, said:

You mean they didn't even put up a memorial  mad.gif.  That is bogus! From what I heard there may still be remains burried there they should make it a memorial atleast to those that will be missing forever because they became nothing but dust or whatever. It should be made inot some kind of memorial garden or something I would think. Wow if I died there I would come back just to kick Bush's behind for not doing so. Wow that makes me mad and kind of sad.

Bush is not a dictator, and has little control over any such thing. This is a matter for the citizens of the city, and even the nation. Why do you people continue to think that Bush is in control of the known universe and blame him for everything? It becomes taxing to endure time after time people that can not comprehend the broader scope of the Presidency of the United States. It is not his responsibility to respond to storms, set up memorials, or pass out travel trailors. It is a good time for people to stand up and do for themselves, like their fathers and grandfathers have done, and quit standing there with their hand out waiting for someone to take care of them. And as far as the U.S. goes, if you aren't a citizen here, you should be paying attention to the needs of your own country. Frankly, I don't even know the name of your president, so he must be a real shaker and mover.  angry.gif This isn't a political forum, so i don't understand the recent need to post political agendas in here. I jokingly responded to one or two, but it is already grown old. Please save your arm chair presidential critiques, #1 for the appropriate forum, and #2 for your own government. I'm going to report the next political jabs I witness in here. This is Unexplained Mysteries. Not the Washington Weaklings.

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Posted 28 January 2008 - 09:20 AM

I think theres a ghost in this thread ?! the first time I looked at this its stats say 13 posts & 0 views ????? wierd

every other thread is normal... how can there be more posts than views ?





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