Those of you who have been reading my posts as far back as June of 2008 may recall that I talked about "Voices in the Attic". I still hear them. They are never distinct enough to determine what is being said. They are just faint and far away, and with the cadence of radio talk. I'm sure that is what they are - a signal being picked up somehow - perhaps by the satellite dishes on my roof.
At that time I was surprised at how many other people commented on similar experiences. And I've taken a lot of ribbing about these voices that I hear.
At some point during my family's recent visit, the subject came up again, and my daughter said, "Maybe that's what Isaac meant yesterday." It seems the five year old had asked who Grandmom was talking to - only Grandmom wasn't there. SEE! I'm not the only one who hears them! I'm not really crazy! - Or maybe it just runs in the family.
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Oh, Lord! Then it isn't just me!!!! I hear the same thing, but only very early in the morning and not every morning. I'll think my son has the radio or television on upstairs, but he never does that at 5 in the morning which is time when I'm most likely to hear them. Weird! But, hey, at least we're not crazy!! Have a great "voiceless" day!
Now if you watched Lost I would make a analogy .. in the jungle on the island from time to time there is a similar thing that happens .. its as if someone or many someones are talking ... you have to listen hard to be sure you hear it ..
Bobbie, you are not crazy but what a great title and idea for a ghost story!
That is interesting. Maybe you do have 'guests' in the attic....Michelle
I am not surprised your grandson heard them too. I think older people and younger people have a natural greater awareness of what is going on around them. I notice the people in the middle are sometimes too plugged in to their cell phones and whatnot to notice what is right in front of them.
Hey, stop spooking me out...
Well, if you ever need some additional money, I think lots of people would pay to hear 'voices in the attic'.
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