I’ve always been a little different. Not that it shows on the outside. On the outside I look just like everyone else, maybe more so. But I always knew that there was more out there than most people can see.
Have you ever seen a ghost? Yes, a ghost. Well, I saw my first ghost when I was three years old. It changed my life and opened a door into the unknown that I couldn’t resist walking through.
I woke up one night and looked out into the hall and saw what I thought was my mother walking past my room and turning to go through the dining room, living room combination and into the kitchen. She was carrying something in her hand and wearing a white night gown. But in my little three year old brain, it made sense.
I was a precocious child and liked to sleep in my parent’s bed, something they discouraged. But here was my chance. I knew if I snuck into their bed and pretended to be asleep my mother would let me stay in their bed until morning, or so I thought.
So I ran down the hall and to my surprise my mother was still in bed. So, needing answers, I woke her and my father up. “Who is the lady who just walked into the kitchen?” I asked.
I have to say my father being safety minded did get up and take a look around the house. But no one was there. I described the lady with her dark hair and white night gown to them and I still remember how stunned they were at my insistence. I told you I was a precocious child.
They tried to soothe me with a story of the TV across the street shining into our windows and me seeing a reflection. Okay, it was a good try. But even at three years old I knew a fib when I heard it.
That was my first experience with the paranormal. But not the last, and I soon learned that normal for me was often considered “paranormal” for others. I am now a Reiki Master and Theta healer, both energy healing techniques. I still see a ghost occasionally, though that isn’t one of my talents.
When I write I bring those experiences into my stories to share with my readers.
“Caryn loves romantic movies and stories that end “Happily Ever After.” She is an avid reader and writer who currently resides in the Virginia Piedmont. Her pack consists of her husband of over thirty years, two grown sons and a beautiful daughter in law, one cat, one turtle, and four Shetland Sheepdogs. She suffers from “Multiple Sheltie Syndrome”, because one is never enough. She has been intrigued with the paranormal since seeing her first ghost at three years of age.”
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