Paranormal Bird Stories From Around the Web - Odd Nugget


I always assumed if something was sterling it meant bright, and shiny, I just looked at the Etymology and it says it could be based off of a bird.

Considering that...

The crazy bird stories in this roundup might make you wonder...

The Keepers

Grace Tupper is the last remaining keeper of Point Cascada Lighthouse.

Her tower stands in a sleepy corner of the California Coast where she's resigned to a life of solitude.

But even with walls that are five feet thick, she can't ignore what the ocean is about to show her.

The Keepers on Wattpad

"Well, John told me Constance was talking to birds like a witch!" I jokingly lied in front of everyone, but when John stepped out of the crowd, I expected my lie to be called out.

To my surprise, he said nothing, choosing instead to add to the accusations of witchcraft by mentioning even more witnesses, witnesses that strangely enough also agreed...

Posted on Reddit by Dakingtrex.

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Crows are very smart birds, aren't they.

They know that the eyes are nice and chewy.

Posted on Reddit by CthulhuFor2020.

The Promise (Book , The Coven Series)

When CJ, a teen girl living in a town that practices witchcraft, starts uncovering the truth about her sister's death, she discovers the insidious danger that haunts her and the town.

Can she save herself and the people she loves, or will she burn just as her ancestors did all those centuries ago? Cassie Jayne Bishop grew up the only non-believer in the Coven.

But when a handsome stranger comes to the sleepy town of New Salem, everything she thought was true starts unraveling around her.

Clues start to pile up and CJ is determined to find out the real reason her sister died.

What she uncovers terrifies her to the very depths of her soul...

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The Promise (Book , The Coven Series) on Wattpad

The genie granted my last wish, for him to be free, and he fluttered away like the birds in the sky.

I wouldn't have wasted that wish if I knew I would have took his place for all eternity.

Posted on Reddit by redcald.

After my cat attacked my bird, I went to dispose of the carcass.

I never thought that dumb conspiracy theory would be true, when to my horror, I saw that instead of organs, the bird was full of wires and circuits.

Posted on Reddit by witch_bitch95.

My Stories

Just some short stories and stuff that I have written because of school and thought I should share with the whole wide world of Wattpad for fun.

I gotta WARN you though, I wrote most of these in middle school so enjoy ;).

My Stories on Wattpad

I watched a bird disappear in front of my eyes

A sparrow flew onto my screened in porch today. Birds often find their way in a few times a year. There are two ways, through a hole in the northeast corner, or through the open cat hole in the southwest corner.

I opened our screen door and began the annoying job of trying to save a poor bird who is terrified of me. I noticed right away that it was panicked and worn out. A feather was sticking out of place on its head and it was panting with its beak open. It escaped me repeatedly by slamming into the screen walls over and over and began falling to the ground.

I kept trying to shoo it out the wide open door to no avail. Finally I got a black shirt and figured I'd throw it on the bird and get it out the door that way. By this point the bird is now only just hopping around the porch, under furniture, into cobwebs, it sees me and just runs the other way. I feel stupid because I'm only trying to help it and I don't want one of our cats to get it and it keeps getting away because I'm trying to be slow and gentle.

Finally the bird is taking a break right in front of me. In the dead square middle of the porch. We are no where near either hole in the screen and to get to the open door, the bird would have to fly or hop to my right...

Here's the moment of truth. It's scared, about to hop away, there is nothing within a foot parameter of the bird except me. I say, "you know what, #&@$ it!" And I beam the heavy shirt at the little guy. And I watch the lump of where the bird was under the shirt just go flat.

I pick up the shirt, and I'm confused because I know for a fact that I got the bird under it... but I also knew that there is no bird. I didn't hear its claws hopping on the carpet, no wings flapping and it didn't escape by me because I just threw the shirt on it! I would have seen or heard it!! It was just automatically silent on the porch after I threw the shirt. And it was so bizarre that I saw the lump just fall flat!!!!!

I searched the porch and the shirt over times! I flipped furniture, checked outside of the porch, searched everywhere. No bird.....freakiest moment of my life and only I will ever know foreal that it actually effing happened.

Tldr: I yeeted a bird into another dimension by throwing an old shirt on it

Posted on Reddit by danceoftheplants.

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