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PostPosted: Wed Nov 07, 2007 2:29 am 
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Coincidence or spiritual it's still an interesting tale.

Are you sitting comfortably? Then I'll begin...

On the day of my Grandma's funeral, my Dad had his Grandfarthers pocket watch, this watch hadn't worked for decades, and my Dad went with my Grandma one day to try and get it fixed, but it would have cost hundreds to be done properly, so they left it. My Grandma just kept it aside.

Now the wierd bit, I was stood with my Dad and he wound it on and it started to work. Just like that. This was just as my Grandma and the other cars turned up.

Now something else unexplainable happened later on in the day, but for the life of me I can't remember what it was.

Let me know what you think.

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It's not unusual my grandad and my grandma both attended their respective funerals you just find that many people are either unable or unwilling to talk about these experiences,you either take it as some kind of proof or you believe it's just an old watch that has started working again. :)

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Dave you will get all sorts of different views from people but it dont matter what anyone says you have to believe what you do. Yes i would say maybe it was just an old watch which started again but just think if it wasnt that explainable eh :) Interesting


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nice story either way :wink:


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 08, 2007 1:27 am 
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I just wanted other peoples opinions, I'm not bothered either way. I just thought I'd put it forward to see what people thought. I know the logical explaination is that winding it up just knocked whatever was wrong back into place. I asked my Dad earlier today and he says the watch is still going strong. It's just the timings are very coincidental, if you know what I mean. But thanks for the input, I appreciate it.

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clocks and watches are funny things,as with your case,when my grandada died, all the clocks even the one in the car stopped at 9oclock,which is the time that he died,but prior i had a huge sence of presense as i could smell his pipe tobacco all day? when my nona died i was brushing my hair in the mirror and i began to twirl it round my fingers,when i was young my nona would wrap my hair in rags,for it to curl,i started to cry bittely and couldnt stop,i then saw my grandada coming towards the house i new that she had died ,it was christmas day.


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