Creepy Psychic Messages? 9-11 Spirit Stories and More0
Q: Are some psychic messages creepy? Do psychic readings scare people? If yes….what are those experiences like?
A: In my view, if people aren’t expecting real information to come through during a reading, the experience can be creepy when it does. Most notably? Medium readings, when a loved one comes through, and you don’t expect it (or don’t believe it’s possible) those sorts of psychic experiences tend to leave the most lasting impression.
We’ve had a few people tell us that “9/11 spirits” or the loved ones who died in the tragic 9-11 terrorists attacks, have appeared to them in a myriad of ways, offering proof of an afterlife that religion, family or faith couldn’t provide.
Check out the story from the Huffington Post below about a 9-11 “ghost” story and tell us if you think it would be proof for YOU. (i tend to think stories like this one, while they get attention in some media channels, aren’t really examples of EVIDENTIAL mediumship, unless there was a lot more information provided, that the author didn’t include in the story)
There is also an excellent book written about the spirits of 9-11, written by the spouse of someone lost that day, and capturing many of the private experiences that other families were brave enough to share with the public.
You can read more at the link following the short excerpt below.
It was what she said next that has stayed with me all these years.
“Hold on, hold on — there is a young man here trying to get through. He has just crossed over,” she paused then asked me, “Who is Elizabeth?”
Up until then everyone she mentioned was part of my family. I couldn’t think of anyone in my family named Elizabeth. I looked over at Eileen and asked her, “Elizabeth?”
“What about your friend Liz?”
That’s when it hit me, the shiver down my spine.
My friend Liz’s husband was killed in the Twin Towers just the month before.
The psychic continued, “Its okay Tommy, its okay.”
His name was Tommy. At that point I don’t remember if I had said his name, or she just knew it.
“He wants you to tell Elizabeth that he is okay.”
Eventually I did tell Liz about what the psychic told me, but it took me a while to get the courage to do so.