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I Heard He`s Dead But I Saw Him by achinaboy(m): 7:09pm On Dec 18, 2012
Please i need an explanation on this. I used to live opposite national stadium surulere Lagos,and there was this other guy i think from Enugu state,he lived very close to my house around 30meters,but we were seperated by a very long building. He was an ok guy with his sports car rocking different women, we usually waved to each other on a driveby or on a workby you know,we have never spoken to each other.

One afternoon, I was coming back from my levels and involvements and i saw him standing on the entrance of his street because his house is the third on that street facing stadium hotel which stands across the road,,,,too much information,,,as i said before we have never spoken to each other, so as i was walking towards him, not really towards him, just minding my biss on my way home, suddenly he said, 'hee guy whats up", I said cool and he said please i need some money to eat. I was so confused then i asked him, are you serious or what? He said yes he was serious that he needed some money just for the weekend that things haven`t been ok with him. When i saw he really meant it, i told him ok i will send my boy to you and he said thanks.

Later in the day i was waiting for my boy to come back, i decided to go to my usual joint, i mean the shop or bar i usually takes one or two bottles every night just as the lord commanded us to do. As i was destroying my liver with some liquid i asked the owner of that bar, "boy whats up with this sportscar guy living close to my house with a nice sports car",,,,the bar man said,,,are you listening,,the barman said to me that the sports car guy has been sick for a very long time, maybe aids maybe poison and they took him back to his village five months ago and he died there,,,,,,,,,,,,I told the barman, no i saw the guy today. He answered, no maybe you are dreaming,the guy is dead. Then i went and checked, he was really dead,,,,,,so i don`t know if anybody has experienced something like this too please help.
Re: I Heard He`s Dead But I Saw Him by dominique(f): 7:49pm On Dec 18, 2012
Hmm, I've heard a couple of cases like this before. Yorubas call it 'farahan' (or something like that) meaning a dead person appears to someone who doesn't know s/he's dead. I don't think you have anything to worry about. Would've posted the different cases I've heard but I'm kindda busy.
Re: I Heard He`s Dead But I Saw Him by ijebabe: 10:11pm On Dec 18, 2012
I've heard similar stories too, never had an experience myself. Although my mom had a friend who went through something like this. Someone even got married to a such a person and only when the wife went to his village did she discover her husband has been dead for years. She found herself stuck with 2 kids from their marriage.

I don't believe these stories but I do think that ghosts exist. Why do you need help?
Re: I Heard He`s Dead But I Saw Him by achinaboy(m): 8:15pm On Dec 19, 2012
not that i really need help because i have heard similar stories from people although i never believed that but my own experience left me speechless,because am wondering the possibility of a dead person,dead and buried,still showing his or herself to people,should that be their spirit or what? because to my own understading,spirit should not be seen or touch if at all there is anything like spirit,anyway still confuse

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