Dog Tales of the Ominous Kind - Odd Nugget
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Real Life Paranormal Experiences Part 1
Personal, real-life paranormal experiences from the Paranormal Community.
Because sometimes truth is stranger than fiction.
Interdimensional Great Black Dog
When I was a teenager me and two friends were helping my mom bring in the groceries. It was dusk in late summer and the sky was getting dark.
Out of thin air a MASSIVE black dog appeared. It was the size of a very, very large wolf, but it was not a wolf it was clearly a black dog of some sort. It looked very much like the grim from Harry Potter is the closest thing I can describe it.
We all froze and stared at it. It happened super fast. It was just standing there in between us and the car looking at us.
What made it a supernatural event was that the dog was a holograph, or at least it appeared that way. The outline of its body seemed to glow and shift, almost like a computer glitch. It’s eyes also seemed to glow with a yellow light from within.
Then it ran straight into the side of the house and disappeared into thin air. Me and my friends all looked at each other like “did you see that?”
Obviously the black dog is an omen and is popular in European folklore (I’m in the US) but does anyone have any other insight on the great black dog? Anyone else seen it or know what it means for it to appear?
Posted on Reddit by charlescaster.
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The Last Werewolf (Vidar #1) ONC2021 Grand Winner
[ONC 2021 Grand Winner] After the events of Ragnarök, the God Vidar has settled in the nice and quiet city of Antwerp where he keeps an eye on the local paranormal community.
Nearly a millennium later, Vidar is a grumbling bookstore owner by day and a lazy paranormal detective by night (albeit a slightly furry one during a full moon).
The morning after a particularly rough transition, the young teenage girl who normally wastes her days on the skatepark across the street enters his shop, fervently looking for a book on the legend of Brabo and Antigonus.
As she struggles to pay, she reveals that the bronze giant has disappeared from the statue on the town square.
At the foot of the fountain now lies a body that has been dead for three hundred years.
Prompts chosen: (25) The war has ended, and thus the immortals return to their natural state: forgotten, hiding in the shadows until humankind is in need of them once more.
They did not expect to be stumbled upon by a young farm apprentice.
60) Rumours of a mysterious dark force under the earth have spread around the city.
You are sent to investigate.
To fit the plot I have in mind, the young farm apprentice will become a bookstore "apprentice"
"Killing me won't bring back your damn dog", said the bound man.
"You couldn't be more wrong", I said as I made the final preparations for the necromancy ritual.
Posted on Reddit by TheEngineer19203.
After my dog passed away, I saw him out of my window at night. Watching.
Posted on Reddit by CMTXRATED.
They thought life might return to normal.
They were wrong.
After putting a stop to Elise's genocidal plans to exterminate humans with the wolf gene, the Alliance thought they were done with the Unum Sandalf Alpha.
However, odd animal attacks and bizarre creature sightings point to Elise's return.
Now with the CDC and a secret government department aware of genetic differences in some humans, they must find Elise before the entire werewolf community is exposed.
However, as they get closer to tracking down the elusive Elise, things aren't quite as they seem, and the team is confronted by hybrid creatures' which are not quite human-and not quite wolf.
Can the team stop Elise before their race is exposed and humans discover they are not the only ones at the top of the evolutionary scale?
Dogs growling and barking at my mirror
Yes they know what they look like in the mirror so I know that they’re not barking at themselves. It happened at like 3 AM they wouldn’t stop and I didn’t think anything of it I thought they were just being annoying. But right now I was just chilling on my bed and my dog looks at the mirror next to my bed and starts growling (she NEVER growls) so this concerned me and my cat was looking at the mirror as well it’s almost as if they see something I can’t see. Has anyone heard of anything like this or what to make of it?
Posted on Reddit by whitegirlonmytounge.
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