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By: Countryolive | Location: Iowa

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When I was 13 I went into a very well known haunted house with a tour group. There was known child activity so I had taken a light up toy to interact with the spirits. It didn't take long before I was interacting with a child spirit. I told my mother before I left that I felt sorry for the child spirit and I wished I could take them out of the house because I didn't like them being stuck there.

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2 hours ago, UM-Bot said:

So was the child the only ghost at the house?  If so I guess its no longer haunted.  I would be interested to know the name of the house.

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Papameter 2.0 Reading

90% Paranormal   10% Hoax/Mistaken

Confidence Level: Low

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All we have to go on is a long story, we dont have names, sources, provenance , no evidence,  i do not go on blind faith belief so its just a story, nothing more. :tu:

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  • 4 weeks later...

The house i was refuring to is the Villisca Axe Murder House. I believe the girl that is following me is Ina Stillinger. She had been one of the children that had been murdered in the home along with her sister and the family that owned the house.  The house has been said to be haunted by the murder victims along with the murderer, even though the murderer has never been found. 

I have attempted to ask her questions about who she is. But all I get in response is a knock that her name is Ina. She seems to get a bit angry if I ask about the villisca axe murder house. 

The house has been investigating by multiple ghost investigation groups, but I never reached out when they are there. The only thing some one pointed out to me was an evp from Ghost Adventures. They are asking about the children and some one thought the evp says "Ina isn't here." 

The investigators believe it says something else. I hear what the investigators hear, but multiple people have said they hear Ina isn't here. 

I can't say if Ina was mad at me that night. But she has been more active. And when she is I simply acknowledge her and she stops. 

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On 10/15/2020 at 10:12 PM, Countryolive said:

The house i was refuring to is the Villisca Axe Murder House. I believe the girl that is following me is Ina Stillinger. She had been one of the children that had been murdered in the home along with her sister and the family that owned the house.  The house has been said to be haunted by the murder victims along with the murderer, even though the murderer has never been found. 

I have attempted to ask her questions about who she is. But all I get in response is a knock that her name is Ina. She seems to get a bit angry if I ask about the villisca axe murder house. 

The house has been investigating by multiple ghost investigation groups, but I never reached out when they are there. The only thing some one pointed out to me was an evp from Ghost Adventures. They are asking about the children and some one thought the evp says "Ina isn't here." 

The investigators believe it says something else. I hear what the investigators hear, but multiple people have said they hear Ina isn't here. 

I can't say if Ina was mad at me that night. But she has been more active. And when she is I simply acknowledge her and she stops. 

I expect it opens up old wounds. Especially if she was murdered with an axe.

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Hum, seems if this was legit the victim could let countyolive know who the killer was and hauntings and channeling and ghosts would be very close to proven.

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I prefer to think that these things are in the eye/mind of the beholder.

 

 

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12 hours ago, the13bats said:

Hum, seems if this was legit the victim could let countyolive know who the killer was and hauntings and channeling and ghosts would be very close to proven.

We are so near yet so far! Revealing knowledge like that would be pretty compelling.

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Very interesting. Having gone through my own paranormal experiences, I am of the opinion that anything is possible, and that just because there aren't a lot of names and dates and facts in a story, doesn't mean it can't be true. I feel like when we're going through these strange experiences, such details may slip our minds at the time, as we're just trying to figure out what's going on. Same with the question that people will ask experiencers of UFOs or anything paranormal in general; "Why didn't you take a picture?" Well, depending on the person, it could be that they were so afraid, or surprised, or amazed, or any number of things, that their camera / phone was the last thing on their mind.
I'm not saying facts aren't useful. I just feel like when someone is having an experience, that is what they are focused on - the experience. Not proving it afterward.
Thanks for sharing.

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