Nevasoba wrote in to tell of a weird experience he had one night involving his wife:
“Around 2005, not long after Katrina. I live in the south. My wife and I were in the bed sleeping. Well, I woke up to get something to drink and use the restroom. When I went in the kitchen - there is a sort of long hallway that opens into three kitchen and dining area - so I'm in the kitchen in the fridge getting some orange juice, there is my wife in the hallway. So I'm like 'What's wrong, did I wake you?' and she says nothing, so I look at her kinda sleepy eyed and go use the bathroom.
Later, when I went to bed, there she is laying in the bed. I asked her if she had to use the restroom and she had no idea what I was talking about. I kinda freak out. I'm telling her, 'Yeah right.' So now she is awake and kinda crabby. I woke her up. She says, 'I've been sleeping the entire time. I have been right here in the bed. I never got up.'
I have no idea what that was that night. I gets chills thinking about it. She passed away in 2012 from cancer. I always wonder if it was a premonition or I don't know what.”
Source: Youtube comment from my 'Arrival Apparition' video
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NOTE: Something similar happened to me...as well as several others who have written to me. Lon
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