Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Coffee Break ver. 1.42

Halloween is just a few days away so our master of coffee breaks decided to get into the "spirit" of All Soul's day with this week's topic.

I haven't encounter personally any paranormal or mysterious experience with the souls, spirits or ghosts but my aunt (my mother's sister) does. I'm not sure why but she always had an experienced to share. I'm thankful that I'm not her because I'm happy with what I'm capable of at this moment and seeing things are not my thing.

(1) My aunt worked with Kraft in Sucat ParaƱaque for 20 years. Apart from the spirits that she can feel (their office is right next to Manila Memorial Park) roaming around their office when most of the workers are gone is the spirit of her co-worker who died due to health condition. She narrated that her officemate which is a male had a habit of fixing himself a cup of coffee every morning when he arrives at their office. I think it was a day or two after her colleague died when she heard someone fixing a cup of coffee on their pantry. She didn't see anyone going in and out of the pantry at that time. All she can hear was the tinkering sound of a spoon against the cup. Just to make sure, my aunt went inside the pantry to check if there's someone she might have missed to see but to her surprised there is no one inside the pantry.

(2) My grandfather died in the year of 2004 (if I'm not mistaken). I was raised by them since I was a baby up to the age of six. I was kinda spoiled especially when it comes to food. It was painful on our part that he died due to a heart attack because of a medicine prescribed for his Arthritis. Anyways, he died in my aunt's house in Dasma Cavite and was buried in Cuenca, Batangas where he was raised. A day after he died, my aunt was preparing to go to sleep when the bulb light of her room suddenly went off then it went on then off again and then it came back on. The switch is set to on and the light bulb is not loose. Frightened, my aunt hurriedly went in bed with the light still on and never bothered to switch it off. Could it be my grandfather is checking on her?!

So far, I haven't heard any mysterious stories from her probably because she's in Bahrain??? Regardless, I know that she's relieved and happy that paranormal activities that she had witnessed seems to be ages.


jan celiz-magtoto said...

good for you. wag mo na gustuhing makakita or makaramdam.

Unknown said...

Hehehe. Hinde talaga sis. Kasi baka di ko kayanin =P