A Man In Black Coat And Hat
Posted 10 October 2009 - 01:13 AM
He is short but I can never see his face. He has never bothered my daughter, just stands outside her room.
It's just weird, but never bothers us at all.
Posted 10 October 2009 - 07:48 AM
That is interesting. Do you see the man outside your daughter's room often? Has your daughter or anyone else ever seen him? Does he appear all black, or just the hat and trench coat? Sorry for all the questions, I'm curious!
Glad he doesn't bother anyone. Sounds like nothing to be afraid of. Maybe it's a relative who pops in now and then to check on her. If it's all black it could be what is referred to as a shadow person. They are generally thought of as curious observers and some feel they may even be benevolent beings. My one experience where I witnessed a shadow person I feel it was trying to help me. It initially spooked the crud out of me because of it's dark appearance. I associated it with being a "dark" entity, but have come to realize it was probably just being helpful.
I'm leaning toward a human spirit (relative?), though, because of the hat and trench coat. I think shadow people usually appear as a human shaped shadow but not usually associated with wearing any type of clothing.
Just my thoughts and I'm by far no expert. Thanks for sharing your experience!
Posted 10 October 2009 - 07:50 AM
The night wind whispers
And I must follow.
Long is the shadow
cast by the black wings of fear.
Posted 10 October 2009 - 10:35 AM
I did look into the family didn't get anywhere with that.
I was thinking since they attach themselves to furniture that it
could be a relative. My daughter has a antique dresser that she
has been using for years. It came from my mother in law.
I just think it's someone looking over her. She has accepted him so
that is good.
Posted 11 October 2009 - 07:43 AM
Seeing as how your daughter has spotted the man in the black hat and trench coat at three different houses you have lived in, I think that your theory of him being attached to the dresser is very plausible.
I would agree that maybe he is someone who is watching over your daughter. Does your mother-in-law know the history behind the dresser?
I think you ought to stay away from here, there are ghosts in the walls and they crawl in your head through your ear.
Posted 11 October 2009 - 08:06 AM
A history on the dresser would be interesting. Also, have you ever mention the hat and trench coat guy to your MIL and if so, what did she think?
Posted 12 October 2009 - 06:53 PM
She is looking into if it was also her grandfathers.
Posted 12 October 2009 - 07:25 PM
on a seriouse note, im glad it doesnt scare your daughter. but for it to hang around without approaching her. has she ever talked about speaking to him? ask her if shes ever had a covnersation with the man, maybe she asked him who he is. i do not, however, recomend you prompting her to speak to him. if she hasnt on her own, and he hasnt made an attempt either, dont tempt fate. im pretty sure hes docile, but why press any buttons.
Posted 12 October 2009 - 07:51 PM
Anyways I am glad your daughter accepts the entity and it does not sound bad at all.. it could be someone who owned the dresser just watching your little one. .
Children always feel more then we do and where she is not feeling afraid or anything then it should be fine unless it changes.. just keep an eye out..
Do find out about the dresser and share with us I would love to see a picture of it..
I bet it is pretty where it has been in the family so long..
Peace and Blessings, Lynne'
Posted 13 October 2009 - 07:31 AM
I humbly feel that this entity is protective of your daughter - bearing no ill-will, a benevolent presence, friend.
Formerly eaj (elizabeth anne jane) and tara juliet
Posted 13 October 2009 - 04:09 PM
ill post a pic in the "lets get to know one another" thread. hopefully im not toooooo spooky :P
can you take a picture of the dresser for us? im sure many of the members would love to see what a potentialy haunted piece of furniture looks like, and maybe we will luck aout and see something else.
Posted 13 October 2009 - 04:33 PM
"What Scares You, Masters You."
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