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Really scary footage found in the early 1990s. Could it be true ? or is this a hoax ?

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7 minutes ago, jkvlondon said:

have to feel sorry for those rooh trapped by maya neither in this life or the next ... the worse one was reading about the house where Ian Brady and Myra Hindley tortured those children , those poor things were still crying for their Mums as ghosts and the young couple with children who moved in didn't know what to do about it , they legged it after the council refused to rehouse them .

oh i didnt know about that 1 !

my mami was born in Southampton, back then there weren't that many Punjabis in the area so all the punjabis knew and spoke to each other .One Punjabi family that my mamis family knew had a son who died when he was only around the age of 10    and every night the mum actually used to hear footsteps running up the stairs. she then started putting a glass of milk there  and every morning when his mum opened his bedroom door the duvet used to be thrown back and the milk glass empty,   this continued happening for 5 or 6 years until the age where the boy would of been around 16 yrs old and then he stopped visiting and never came back.  my mamis family personally knew this family in Southampton in  the 50s/60s       my mami was telling me this

its sad ....

and there are some "sikhs"  who call all this stuff fake a beham lol     my punjabi friends think this is all rubbish and fake  even some of my cousins think its fake 

africans/jamaicans believe in this stuff too and i asked my black friend that why is it that only us asians and blacks experience this stuff mostly lol! and she was like its because we are more open to believing in this stuff  so that why these experiences open up to us    which is an interesting point.   

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44 minutes ago, jkvlondon said:

have to feel sorry for those rooh trapped by maya neither in this life or the next ... the worse one was reading about the house where Ian Brady and Myra Hindley tortured those children , those poor things were still crying for their Mums as ghosts and the young couple with children who moved in didn't know what to do about it , they legged it after the council refused to rehouse them .

You see when those deviant perverts do these things it's all about some messed up dark energy they feel. 

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9 minutes ago, puzzled said:

oh i didnt know about that 1 !

my mami was born in Southampton, back then there weren't that many Punjabis in the area so all the punjabis knew and spoke to each other .One Punjabi family that my mamis family knew had a son who died when he was only around the age of 10    and every night the mum actually used to hear footsteps running up the stairs. she then started putting a glass of milk there  and every morning when his mum opened his bedroom door the duvet used to be thrown back and the milk glass empty,   this continued happening for 5 or 6 years until the age where the boy would of been around 16 yrs old and then he stopped visiting and never came back.  my mamis family personally knew this family in Southampton in  the 50s/60s       my mami was telling me this

its sad ....

and there are some "sikhs"  who call all this stuff fake a beham lol     my punjabi friends think this is all rubbish and fake  even some of my cousins think its fake 

africans/jamaicans believe in this stuff too and i asked my black friend that why is it that only us asians and blacks experience this stuff mostly lol! and she was like its because we are more open to believing in this stuff  so that why these experiences open up to us    which is an interesting point.   

gorey are scared of even talking about death , no wonder they can't process ghost existences ... but gurbani explains why they,ghosts are trapped and mentions them

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2 hours ago, dallysingh101 said:

He's brave to just go down there on his own.

I'd want a crew with me for something like that.  lol

 

1 hour ago, puzzled said:

i just watched it 😯     i dint like that lol   was really creepy     it sounded angry   i guess its a trapped soul      

reminds me of suleman the ghost recording   and how he tells sant isher ji that people like him ghosts  live lonely lives and how they scavenge for food and eat animals and left overs     

That''s probably one of the only videos on the internet of that type that doesn't seem fake or set-up for entertainment. I've only seen it once, and I can still hear the weird chanting and moaning in my mind. Dodgy as hell.  

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19 minutes ago, jkvlondon said:

gorey are scared of even talking about death , no wonder they can't process ghost existences ... but gurbani explains why they,ghosts are trapped and mentions them

true that   in this country no one talks about death   and death is hidden away behind closed doors   its the culture here   its as if it doesn't happen. 

in india on the other hand death is spoken/mentioned everywhere    dead bodies are carried through the pind to the cremation ground    its spoken about in the religious places    its something people can talk about    everyone believes in a after life.   in fact india is a country where the idea of death and life  are side by side       we go gurdwara when a baby is born and we also go gurdwara when som1 is dead    we do ardas for the new born baby and do ardas for the deads soul    life/death is side by side in our country     look at the ganges life/death are side by side     in the pinds a baby is born every other week while som1 also dies every other week and every1 is aware of these births and deaths and take part in both. 

but in this country    its like a taboo subject     where not even supposed to talk about it lol      its a no go area  lol

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2 minutes ago, puzzled said:

true that   in this country no one talks about death   and death is hidden away behind closed doors   its the culture here   its as if it doesn't happen. 

in india on the other hand death is spoken/mentioned everywhere    dead bodies are carried through the pind to the cremation ground    its spoken about in the religious places    its something people can talk about    everyone believes in a after life.   in fact india is a country where the idea of death and life  are side by side       we go gurdwara when a baby is born and we also go gurdwara when som1 is dead    we do ardas for the new born baby and do ardas for the deads soul    life/death is side by side in our country     look at the ganges life/death are side by side     in the pinds a baby is born every other week while som1 also dies every other week and every1 is aware of these births and deaths and take part in both. 

but in this country    its like a taboo subject     were not even supposed to talk about it lol      its a no go area  lol

more of the lalala attitude

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11 minutes ago, puzzled said:

true that   in this country no one talks about death   and death is hidden away behind closed doors   its the culture here   its as if it doesn't happen. 

in india on the other hand death is spoken/mentioned everywhere    dead bodies are carried through the pind to the cremation ground    its spoken about in the religious places    its something people can talk about    everyone believes in a after life.   in fact india is a country where the idea of death and life  are side by side       we go gurdwara when a baby is born and we also go gurdwara when som1 is dead    we do ardas for the new born baby and do ardas for the deads soul    life/death is side by side in our country     look at the ganges life/death are side by side     in the pinds a baby is born every other week while som1 also dies every other week and every1 is aware of these births and deaths and take part in both. 

but in this country    its like a taboo subject     where not even supposed to talk about it lol      its a no go area  lol

They'd accuse you of being 'morbid' if you do.

I did a stint working  in a cemetery for a short while years ago. Some goray do visit graves and put flowers on them, so it isn't like they don't have some concept of afterlife or connection after death. 

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3 minutes ago, dallysingh101 said:

They'd accuse you of being 'morbid' if you do.

I did a stint working  in a cemetery for a short while years ago. Some goray do visit graves and put flowers on them, so it isn't like they don't have some concept of afterlife or connection after death. 

yh but death is still something which people hardly talk about   its all shoved behind closed doors    its as if it doesn't happen.     compare that to carrying a dead body through a village/town in india with kids playing LOL          even kids in india arent scared when you mention death      its a whole different attitude and culture there        was watching this documentary about varanasi city which has the ganges flowing though it   and they carry the body through the city with people talking, shopping, socializing etc         

look at how many times death is mention in guru granth sahib ji     how often its mentioned in katha at the gurdwara etc 

thats why when som1 dies here  they tell stories of angels and stars in the sky even though they dnt even believe in that stuff.   

people in this country would find the conversation very difficult, our minds are just different    people just cant cope with the idea of death in this country   same goes for a lot of punjabis here. 

 

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15 hours ago, MisterrSingh said:

There's an excellent video on YouTube of an American survivalist checking out some new equipment he's bought. He's not a paranormal investigator or anything like that, so he has no reason to fake the footage. It's creepy. There's sounds of chanting in caves underground. I'll try and find a link to it.

 

LOL. how do we know its not the whispers by his team ? 

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I remembering watching it when i was in high school. It is 30K small budget fake film which made millions back in 90's. 

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1 hour ago, AjeetSingh2019 said:

LOL. how do we know its not the whispers by his team ? 

There is no team    hes clearly on his own      didnt you watch it  

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28 minutes ago, puzzled said:

There is no team    hes clearly on his own      didnt you watch it  

there might be one behind him. besides it could have been edited

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I used to watch those Muslim videos of then taking a jinn out of some1    they were scary lol     

They all fake though  

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1 hour ago, puzzled said:

There is no team    hes clearly on his own      didnt you watch it  

there has to be at least two people the go pro is not a night camera , and I doubt he has a second pair of arms to hold the camera steady whilst driving

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11 hours ago, puzzled said:

yh but death is still something which people hardly talk about   its all shoved behind closed doors    its as if it doesn't happen.     compare that to carrying a dead body through a village/town in india with kids playing LOL          even kids in india arent scared when you mention death      its a whole different attitude and culture there        was watching this documentary about varanasi city which has the ganges flowing though it   and they carry the body through the city with people talking, shopping, socializing etc         

look at how many times death is mention in guru granth sahib ji     how often its mentioned in katha at the gurdwara etc 

thats why when som1 dies here  they tell stories of angels and stars in the sky even though they dnt even believe in that stuff.   

people in this country would find the conversation very difficult, our minds are just different    people just cant cope with the idea of death in this country   same goes for a lot of punjabis here. 

 

I agree. With some goray I think any serious reflection on the afterlife is a no-no because then they would have to reflect on their society and lives. 

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