Will your pet come back to haunt you?
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Posted 10 November 2011 - 07:03 AM
The scratch of paws against parquet flooring in an empty room, the brush of fur against the legs several days after the death of a pet cat, the thundering hooves of a horse seen galloping along a deserted road which vanished before the eyes of astounded motorists. Such ghostly experiences are evidence — some believe — that it is not only humans whose spirits roam the earth long after they have died.
Last week paranormal investigators claimed that RAF Scampton, the airfield in Lincolnshire from where the Dambusters squadron famously attacked the Mohne and Eder dams in 1943, causing terrible flooding of the Ruhr valley, is haunted by a chocolate brown Labrador. The dog is said to be the ghost of Nigger, who belonged to the leader of the Dambusters’ squadron, Wing Commander Guy Gibson, but was run over and killed just hours before the raid. A dog has been heard growling in Gibson’s former office and a brown Labrador showed up in a photograph taken of some schoolchildren at the memorial to the Dambusters in 1987, just near Gibson’s office. No one could account for its presence.
Chris Bishop, a pet bereavement counsellor, says that hundreds of people have reported seeing or feeling the presence of a much-mourned pet. ‘I believe it is a spiritual presence, but even if you just think it’s just a very vivid dream, it’s very comforting,’ she says....
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