“The Rathen are known to infect our loved ones and turn them against us. They tell us that we imagined things as we remember them. Once someone has been lost to them, there is no hope. Cut all contact. After the infection has taken root, it is only a matter of time until the host his taken over and they are ready to strike.”
When my wife and I bought our first house, an old Victorian style built in the 50s, we heard what sounded like a kid’s footsteps running down the upstairs hallway and other random sounds almost every night.
Most people stay away from emotional topics like death in general conversation, but as a medium who communicates with loved ones who have passed, it’s one of my favorite topics. Whether you have lost a loved one and want insight into their life now, or you’re just fascinated by the afterlife, you need to read about what might surprise you about talking to dead people.
“Hey, Charlie, how about we play hide ‘n’ seek? I’ll even count first.”
It was a high whistling sound, somehow human, somehow tragic. You could hear the pain in the voice, a dreadful melancholy punctured through with agony. It was the sound of someone wailing for something long since lost, but never forgotten. Unable to be forgotten.
It wasn’t until I was taken out of my own home that my life truly began to unravel. And there were no preparations, at least, none on my end.
When I first moved to Seoul in December 2013, I had no idea what to expect.
“There is no one who loves pain itself, who seeks after it and wants to have it, simply because it is pain…”
I was frozen in place. Unable to move a muscle.
Ever heard of Elsewhere, Kentucky? I thought not.