Imaginary Friend or Ghost?

Dear Readers of the Supernatural;

 

I asked another author to share something supernatural that happened in her life, sort of like how I was born on Friday the 13th, and how I celebrate each and every Friday that happens to fall on the 13th. So, Dawn Marie Hamilton agreed to share this story:

 

“As a four year old, I had an imaginary playmate named Michael. He was a wealthy grownup who owned houses, boats, and airplanes. When we went out for a family drive, I’d point to a big house and claim it belonged to Michael. When a plane flew over the house, I’d claim it was Michael’s. Same with when we went to the beach; the boat anchored offshore belonged to Michael. I called him on a fake phone and talked for hours. Sometimes my mother would set a place at the table for him. To be honest, I only vaguely remember any of this, but I’ve heard the stories over and over from my siblings. Perhaps, Michael wasn’t imaginary at all but a ghost.”–Dawn Marie Hamilton

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Dawn & Nancy, along with Paul A. Crust and Ria Cantrell, released a Boxed Set filled with romance and time travel.

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About Nancy Lee Badger

Nancy is an internationally known, award winning published author who loves chocolate-chip shortbread, wool plaids wrapped around the trim waist of a Scottish Highlander, the clang of broadswords, and the sound of bagpipes in the air. After growing up in Huntington, New York, and raising two handsome sons in New Hampshire, Nancy moved to North Carolina where she writes full-time. Nancy is a member of Romance Writers of America, Heart of Carolina Romance Writers, Fantasy-Futuristic and Paranormal Romance Writers, Triangle Association of Freelancers, and the Celtic Heart Romance Writers.

Posted on June 5, 2016, in An Authors Life and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Arlene Foster

    Although my sister and I have both had “visions” that came true, I’m more amazed by my grandmother. Grandma was born with a caul and in those days it was supposed to be burnt. Her mother was so afraid that she refused to have the caul burnt. Did not help, my grandmother still had visions. One while at school, when a plane flew overhead she became so upset they had a hard calming her down. She cried and said the plane was going crash. They later learned that it did indeed crash.

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