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08-16-2019 03:54 PM
OneFrugalPrepper We first moved into our home in April 2018. It was new construction. We are the first to live here.

Within 3 months though, strange happenings started happening. Noises, things going missing, doors that we knew had been shut (or open) being closed or open, crazy things showing in photos, etc.

Our dog, who is a normally docile pitt, would take off toward the laundry room several times a week sounding like she was going to tear someone apart. We would check and there would be nothing there of course.

We just kinda lived with it just making the assumption that whoever or whatever may have been around was just trying to make itself known.

Around 2 months after it started, one of our teen daughters started having nightmares. At the same time, she began to feel as if someone was watching her at night in her room. One night, she grabs her phone and starts recording the dark room.

What she recorded was a pitch black room with 2 glowing yellow (or green - couldn't tell) and small balls of light. The place the balls of light were was right around her closet doors and dresser. You can clearly see that her closet lights are not on and there was nothing in that area that could have caused them.

2-3 days after that happened with her, I was sitting at my desk working. At the time, I kept a pint sized mason jar full of pens to the left of my laptop. I watched that jar very slowly rotate counter clockwise by itself. It did a full counter clockwise turn then stopped. Right after that happened, my laundry detergent (to my left and within my line of sight if I was sitting at the desk), fell out of the cupboard it is kept in.

At that point, I was growing really tired of things going poof and/or potentially getting broken. I wrapped some white sage to make a smudge stick and smudged the house. I also cleared each room using Palo Santo wood.

Things calmed down pretty quickly after that, but didn't stay that way.

We had around 2 weeks of peace, then my husband had a rather negative experience while he was in the shower. The only other people in the house were me and our two girls, a cat and the dog. The girls were with me in the living room 100% of the time he was in the shower. We were having a conversation that I vividly remember. Neither one even got up to go to the kitchen at the time.

He got out of the shower to find the word Stop written in the steam on the mirror. I am 100% certain he did not write it himself. I heard the tone of his voice when he called for me. I saw the look on his face.

He didn't write it.


At this point, I was pretty much done with it all. Both girls and he were made to wear a medallion of St. Michael. I did a salt blessing with the Prayer of St Michael around the house.

As I was doing the blessing, I told anything here or around that if it was positive it was welcome to stay as long as it did not bother us or scare us anymore. I ordered anything negative to leave.

Things settled down after that for the most part. There IS something still hanging around but it's mild and harmless.

Just last week, I needed to take the kitchen sink apart to fix an issue my girls had done to clog the sink. To do so, I needed to flip the breakers on the disposal and dishwasher. I was standing in my pantry which is off my laundry room at like 2 am looking at the fuse box "map" to find which breakers I had to flip.

I had just started a load of blankets on hot water. My washer and dryer are really new and if you cycle through any of the buttons they play a little song. The only other time - aside from when a button is being pressed - it plays a song is at the end of the cycle to let you know it's done.

As I'm standing there looking at the fuse box door, I hear the washer start singing to me behind me. It took a few seconds for my brain to register that it shouldn't be doing that.

I turned toward the washer and watched the hot/cold water cycle light (there's 6 different temp options) cycle through each one over and over again. It was playing the full song and going through all 6 then restarting.

I calmly walked back to the fuse box, flipped the two breakers I needed, looked at the washer (which was still doing it) and said out loud "Enough please. You're going to wear it out" then walked out of the room and fixed the kitchen sink.

It hasn't done it since.
08-15-2019 05:25 AM
alex.mercado It's very interesting to read your scary experience...
08-02-2019 03:48 PM
PRO5OHHO I've got what I guess is a mini transformer about 50 feet from my bedroom, looks smaller than other transformers but I'm probably wrong. Once every ~3-6 months it makes a super loud bang sound, usually between 6 - 8 a.m. Scares me and the dogs awake. Sounds like a .357 going off right outside the window. I stumble over and look at it, there's no bad weather, it's not smoking, no one ever shows up to replace it or repair it, I don't lose power. This has been going on for years. I have no clue what's going on. Pinche mini transformer thingy.
07-10-2019 11:35 PM
BrettTheOkie I don't think this house is "haunted", in the usual sense of the word. However, a few strange things have happened during the 10 years we've lived here.

The main thing I've noticed is every once in a while there will be what I call a "phantom smell". The most recent was that of a candle which had just been blown out, even though no such thing had actually occurred.

There's also one particular room that the dog absolutely refuses to go in to. Or if she does, she will not remain for more than a few moments. Any other room is fine, but not that one.
06-17-2019 12:06 PM
BirdyB I had another episode of the 'mysterious crashing noise' again last night. This time I may have made a connection between the sounds and something else.

I am developing a theory, but don't yet want to speculate publicly. I want to wait and see, but my theory doesn't involve any external sources of the sound, vibrations and house shaking.

I'll explain later.

PS I changed my user name. Used to be TxHannah.
11-04-2018 08:35 AM
real wowwee
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Originally Posted by Illuminum3415 View Post
My friend used to have a black cat in his apartment. It would cozy up on the bed close to his feet every night above the blankets. He would then reach down to stroke the cat before going to sleep. One morning he found the cat still on the bed but unconscious, stiff and cold. Apparently the cat passed away peacefully the night before. The next day he was getting ready for bed. With all the lights out he again felt something was curling up by his feet, when he reached down he felt nothing! Scared wide awake he turned on the light, grabbed a flashlight on the nightstand and scanned the room. There was no cat to be found.

For reasons beyond me my friend refused to sleep in that room ever again and turned the master bedroom into a storage unit and slept in the guest room instead. One occasion last year on an extended visit I stayed over and decided on a whim to sleep in that room. I slept maybe an hour at most even with a nightlight, if there isn't the feeling of something watching me from the bookshelf then its something tugging my sheets. As far as I'm aware of, his cats live and well, and ****ed someones sleeping in its owners bed.

Personally, if I had a cat like that I don't think I have the heart to move out, might live there permanently
We have a young lady staying with us until she finds a place of her own. She comes up one morning and says a specter was sleeping with her. After a couple of nights she decided it was ghost kitten. Works for me but I hope her casper kitty leaves with her.

Here is my spooky day in my home. Aunt reaches for the front door and comes back with a scratch and dot of blood. Absolutely nothing to produce that and has never happened in over 20 years.

We got into a bit of a religious discussion and I said the old saw that if gods did not exist then man would of created them. The glass front of the kitchen stove exploded. I mean like a rifle shot and glass flung everywhere but nothing bigger than a pea chunk remained. FREAKY!!!!

We all settle down for night night. In bed and hear a loud THUMP THUMP THUMP. Jump up, look around, nothing, back to bed. Again THUMP THUMP THUMP. Everyone got up. This time grab the baseball bat, look all around good, nothing, back to bed. Guess what? THUMP THUMP THUMP. This time I was well Dear Lord I don't care if whatever it is eats me or takes my soul but I got to know what this is. I jump up sudden and open the door and LO AND BEHOLD MY PRAYER IS ANSWERED!!! It is the wife's ratty little yorkie. He had been leaning against the bedroom door and scratching himself and his foot was making the thumping noise echoing in the hallway. He would stopping when he heard me get up but settle back to him flea maintenance regimen once all was settled down. I did sincerely thank Jesus for prayers answered.

One last kinda like the last bit. We , me wife cat, rented an old little house. Me being young hot head and cat being a bonafide ass hole I would get mad and chase him. He would just disappear and later come meowing at the back door. Or sometimes he would be meowing to get in when we were positive he wasn't let out. This went on for a while but once I chased him and he runs into the itty bitty pantry and I am like WAAAAAAA AH HA I GOT YOU NOW!! I look in the pantry and no cat! Investigated and found the floor was rotted and if you stepped on the right spot the floor would dip and then when pressure off snap back into place. The cat has found the perfect hidden escape.
10-31-2018 03:39 PM
emmajones
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Originally Posted by TxHannah View Post
An update on the explosive crashing and thumping sounds I have posted about previously.

A few weeks ago I was in the shower and had my hair full of shampoo. I made a joke elsewhere on the forum recently about hell never breaking loose until you're in the shower with a head full of shampoo foam. Well, that's because of this incident. I had worked outside all day mowing. Used the push mower for some and the bigger finish mower on the tractor. It was a miserably hot sweaty day. About 4:30 I stopped, done for the day. Left the tractor parked out by the driveway so I could wash it the next day.

Came in and was getting a shower when I heard four extremely loud thumps, each about two seconds apart. As I have tried to describe the volume of these noises before, think 'tree falling on house' or 'someone drove a Freightliner into the house at full speed'. Thunderingly loud. I could feel the bottom of the bathtub vibrate a little with each thump. Scared me so badly I jumped and nearly slipped and fell but caught myself, thank God. I could hear the dogs going insane, barking and racing around the house, frantic and vicious. Even the 9 lb. shih tzu. She wasn't scared and hiding this time. She was showing hackles I didn't know she had.

So I have a head full of foam and I don't even rinse it. I just grab a towel and wrap my head and throw on my robe and go running down the hallway to find---nothing. Which, at this point, is exactly what I thought I'd find. I do the obligatory circuit of looking out all windows and doors and checking each room and of course there's nothing. After about half an hour sitting quietly with three dogs on me, trying to soothe them, I finish my shower.

I went out and went around the perimiter of the house yet again, checked the garage and upstairs again, all around the barn and outbuildings, everything I usually check and of course there is nothing to indicate the source of these sounds.

They seem to come from within the house but I can never pinpoint where. Just not in the room I'm in at the time. They could be coming from outside, but to me it sounds as if it originates inside the house or in the structure itself.

No incidents since. They had been relatively quiet all summer.
You don't have a stone quarry anyplace nearby? I have one and though I can't usually hear their equipment running they occasionally do something that causes an earth-rending crack and rumble and shakes the house very badly.
10-27-2018 12:59 AM
hunnibeez
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Originally Posted by TxHannah View Post
An update on the explosive crashing and thumping sounds I have posted about previously.

A few weeks ago I was in the shower and had my hair full of shampoo. I made a joke elsewhere on the forum recently about hell never breaking loose until you're in the shower with a head full of shampoo foam. Well, that's because of this incident. I had worked outside all day mowing. Used the push mower for some and the bigger finish mower on the tractor. It was a miserably hot sweaty day. About 4:30 I stopped, done for the day. Left the tractor parked out by the driveway so I could wash it the next day.

Came in and was getting a shower when I heard four extremely loud thumps, each about two seconds apart. As I have tried to describe the volume of these noises before, think 'tree falling on house' or 'someone drove a Freightliner into the house at full speed'. Thunderingly loud. I could feel the bottom of the bathtub vibrate a little with each thump. Scared me so badly I jumped and nearly slipped and fell but caught myself, thank God. I could hear the dogs going insane, barking and racing around the house, frantic and vicious. Even the 9 lb. shih tzu. She wasn't scared and hiding this time. She was showing hackles I didn't know she had.

So I have a head full of foam and I don't even rinse it. I just grab a towel and wrap my head and throw on my robe and go running down the hallway to find---nothing. Which, at this point, is exactly what I thought I'd find. I do the obligatory circuit of looking out all windows and doors and checking each room and of course there's nothing. After about half an hour sitting quietly with three dogs on me, trying to soothe them, I finish my shower.

I went out and went around the perimiter of the house yet again, checked the garage and upstairs again, all around the barn and outbuildings, everything I usually check and of course there is nothing to indicate the source of these sounds.

They seem to come from within the house but I can never pinpoint where. Just not in the room I'm in at the time. They could be coming from outside, but to me it sounds as if it originates inside the house or in the structure itself.

No incidents since. They had been relatively quiet all summer.
Earthquake?
A few years ago I was sitting in my family room watching tv when some very loud running/stomping noises started in my bedroom (about 60 feet away) running towards me, went behind me, thru the sunroom, and out to the deck. My first thought was,"What is Jake (grandson) running from?" But he wasn't there that day. Those running/stomping noises were followed by a huge boom that shook my house. Scared the soup out of me! Sister called to see if I had felt the earthquake. So, earthquakes make weird and scary sounds.
10-24-2018 03:12 PM
Unique August 22, 2004 I was in a car accident. I was driving for work on my way to a clients home. It was around 11:00 AM. The previous client I went to see was not home, so I was actually arriving early to the next scheduled appointment. While driving the traffic was light, the radio was broken so I was humming to myself. All of a sudden I heard a male voice say, "pull over." I immediately pulled over to the side of the road.

I looked in my rearview and saw two cars headed toward me, but they were far off. Nothing was coming at me in the opposite direction. I started to feel a little silly. I asked out loud, what am I waiting for. Nothing. I checked my mirrors again and lifted my foot off the brake. I heard, "some lessons take longer to learn." I made it onto the road with no problems and continued the quarter mile to my clients home. Those two cars were still quite a ways behind me.

There was an oncoming car, so I had to wait to turn across traffic into the client driveway. I heard a loud screeching of tires and watched as a black Tahoe skidded around me to the left and then skidded across the road and into the ditch to my right. Then WHAM! I was hit from behind. The woman in the Tahoe was on her phone and didn't realize I was turning. She slammed on her brakes and skidded around me, just missing the oncoming car. The lady behind her was following too closely and couldn't stop.

I was out of work for almost 6 months from the injuries. How many times do you think I wished I would have listened to my guardian angel?
10-22-2018 01:39 PM
Nattleby
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Originally Posted by TxHannah View Post
An update on the explosive crashing and thumping sounds I have posted about previously.

A few weeks ago I was in the shower and had my hair full of shampoo. I made a joke elsewhere on the forum recently about hell never breaking loose until you're in the shower with a head full of shampoo foam. Well, that's because of this incident. I had worked outside all day mowing. Used the push mower for some and the bigger finish mower on the tractor. It was a miserably hot sweaty day. About 4:30 I stopped, done for the day. Left the tractor parked out by the driveway so I could wash it the next day.

Came in and was getting a shower when I heard four extremely loud thumps, each about two seconds apart. As I have tried to describe the volume of these noises before, think 'tree falling on house' or 'someone drove a Freightliner into the house at full speed'. Thunderingly loud. I could feel the bottom of the bathtub vibrate a little with each thump. Scared me so badly I jumped and nearly slipped and fell but caught myself, thank God. I could hear the dogs going insane, barking and racing around the house, frantic and vicious. Even the 9 lb. shih tzu. She wasn't scared and hiding this time. She was showing hackles I didn't know she had.

So I have a head full of foam and I don't even rinse it. I just grab a towel and wrap my head and throw on my robe and go running down the hallway to find---nothing. Which, at this point, is exactly what I thought I'd find. I do the obligatory circuit of looking out all windows and doors and checking each room and of course there's nothing. After about half an hour sitting quietly with three dogs on me, trying to soothe them, I finish my shower.

I went out and went around the perimiter of the house yet again, checked the garage and upstairs again, all around the barn and outbuildings, everything I usually check and of course there is nothing to indicate the source of these sounds.

They seem to come from within the house but I can never pinpoint where. Just not in the room I'm in at the time. They could be coming from outside, but to me it sounds as if it originates inside the house or in the structure itself.

No incidents since. They had been relatively quiet all summer.

This kind of thing is reported as a precursor to a poltergeist haunting. Do you have any children going through puberty in the house? (I know that is a strange question but poltergeists are often attached/possibly caused by pubescent children). In the historical cases sounds described as explosions, heavy furniture being dropped down the stairs, rumbling sounds etc.. It could also be something underground. Repords of loud underground booms have been increasing lately.
10-22-2018 01:33 PM
Nattleby
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Originally Posted by Twilight View Post
Haven’t posted in a while but I had one last night I figured I would share.

I am a cop on the midnight shift. About 2am, someone kept keying their radio and it sounded like a woman’s voice whispering “Danielle”. There is nobody by that name at my work. After the 4th time it happened, I saw the radio number on my screen. Each radio has a unique number that pops up when you key the mic. The person assigned that radio wasn’t on duty last night.

I asked the other two cops if they had radio 12 and they said no. Sometimes people will grab the wrong radio. It happened a couple more times so I went to the station since I was close by. Keep in mind that at night there is nobody at the station. It’s a small town.

As I pulled into the lot, it happened again. A woman’s voice whispering “Danielle” from radio 12. Less than 20 seconds later I walked in the door. We keep our radios in a secure, alarmed vault with our ammunition and extra weapons. I opened the vault and checked the radios. Radio 12 was on the charger and nobody else was in the station.

I should also mention that the other 2 guys on duty said they didn’t hear it. I have no freaking idea how this happened. ‘‘Tis the season I guess.

Sounds l,ike an EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomena)It's pretty commonly believed that ghosts can manipulate radio signals. If you google "Radio Ghost Box". you will find that people rig special scanners to get alleged discarnate voices. You also might want to check the station history to see if there was an officer or staff member named danielle at one point.
10-20-2018 05:44 PM
emmajones I've really enjoyed this thread. Nice to know I'm not the only one who's had a few strange experiences.

Back in the mid-80s, when people still smoked in restaurants, I went to lunch with a co-worker. As it turned out, he was a Christian and I was his mission that day. I grew up Christian but I'd wandered quite far from my teachings. At any rate, we were sitting at the table and I remember he was talking to me about Christ and quoting a lot from the Bible, and I was watching him and suddenly it looked like his face began to melt and a goat's head suddenly appeared where his head was. There was smoke all around me (part of me knew it was the cigarettes, but....) and I could see orange-ish light in the windows that looked like fire (part of me knew it was the sun's reflection, but...) There were a lot of people in the restaurant talking but all I could hear was a loud babble. The goat's head was still speaking but it was total gibberish to me. I had the distinct impression that I'd somehow wandered into Hell and was talking to a demon.

I blinked and just like that I was back in the restaurant. Everything and everyone was normal.

What's even more bizarre is that I immediately forgot that it happened. I recalled it a couple weeks later and, to this day, none of it feels very strange to me. I thought then, and still do, that there was an almighty struggle happening for my soul at that moment, which I somehow managed to catch a glimpse of. I asked my co-worker later if I'd said or done anything unusual while he was talking to me and he said I no, nothing strange but he really felt like I was "out of it" somehow, not really there for a minute.

And yes, I became a Christian. For real, this time.
10-18-2018 04:19 PM
dudeman351 Its Graboids.
10-18-2018 12:48 PM
TxHannah It's an old, old house, most of it on piers. I can see under most of it with a flash light from all sides and there's nothing under it but the utilities. Piers are solid, reinforced cement columns. The part on a concrete reinforced slab is just conventional, nothing odd about it.
10-18-2018 07:19 AM
Ian Treloar ^^^ Any chance it could be coming from under the house? I only suggest that because you appear to have looked every where else more than once. But even if it was coming from under there I can't imagine what would have caused it.
10-14-2018 11:11 PM
TxHannah An update on the explosive crashing and thumping sounds I have posted about previously.

A few weeks ago I was in the shower and had my hair full of shampoo. I made a joke elsewhere on the forum recently about hell never breaking loose until you're in the shower with a head full of shampoo foam. Well, that's because of this incident. I had worked outside all day mowing. Used the push mower for some and the bigger finish mower on the tractor. It was a miserably hot sweaty day. About 4:30 I stopped, done for the day. Left the tractor parked out by the driveway so I could wash it the next day.

Came in and was getting a shower when I heard four extremely loud thumps, each about two seconds apart. As I have tried to describe the volume of these noises before, think 'tree falling on house' or 'someone drove a Freightliner into the house at full speed'. Thunderingly loud. I could feel the bottom of the bathtub vibrate a little with each thump. Scared me so badly I jumped and nearly slipped and fell but caught myself, thank God. I could hear the dogs going insane, barking and racing around the house, frantic and vicious. Even the 9 lb. shih tzu. She wasn't scared and hiding this time. She was showing hackles I didn't know she had.

So I have a head full of foam and I don't even rinse it. I just grab a towel and wrap my head and throw on my robe and go running down the hallway to find---nothing. Which, at this point, is exactly what I thought I'd find. I do the obligatory circuit of looking out all windows and doors and checking each room and of course there's nothing. After about half an hour sitting quietly with three dogs on me, trying to soothe them, I finish my shower.

I went out and went around the perimiter of the house yet again, checked the garage and upstairs again, all around the barn and outbuildings, everything I usually check and of course there is nothing to indicate the source of these sounds.

They seem to come from within the house but I can never pinpoint where. Just not in the room I'm in at the time. They could be coming from outside, but to me it sounds as if it originates inside the house or in the structure itself.

No incidents since. They had been relatively quiet all summer.
10-14-2018 07:23 AM
Twilight
Creepy stories from the indoors

Haven’t posted in a while but I had one last night I figured I would share.

I am a cop on the midnight shift. About 2am, someone kept keying their radio and it sounded like a woman’s voice whispering “Danielle”. There is nobody by that name at my work. After the 4th time it happened, I saw the radio number on my screen. Each radio has a unique number that pops up when you key the mic. The person assigned that radio wasn’t on duty last night.

I asked the other two cops if they had radio 12 and they said no. Sometimes people will grab the wrong radio. It happened a couple more times so I went to the station since I was close by. Keep in mind that at night there is nobody at the station. It’s a small town.

As I pulled into the lot, it happened again. A woman’s voice whispering “Danielle” from radio 12. Less than 20 seconds later I walked in the door. We keep our radios in a secure, alarmed vault with our ammunition and extra weapons. I opened the vault and checked the radios. Radio 12 was on the charger and nobody else was in the station.

I should also mention that the other 2 guys on duty said they didn’t hear it. I have no freaking idea how this happened. ‘‘Tis the season I guess.
09-17-2018 08:59 PM
Full Moon I've enjoyed reading these stories and really hope the Thread gets busy again. I haven't posted any, though I have a few.

I'll share one, but want to preface quickly that I'm not sure I believe in the supernatural anymore. I used to, but I think as I get older I get more boring and closed off to that possibility.

When I was a teenager, two friends and I went to an abandoned local "haunted house." Most rural areas have one. Just and empty decaying house with some story that goes with it. Even though we were all into this type of thing back then, none of use really believed the house was haunted.

The three of us were approaching the area in the house that was supposed to be the most active (the reason for the haunting was supposed to of occurred in this area), with me in the lead.

All the sudden I felt this sensation enter the left side of my body, and pass through the right side. It actually buckled my knees and to stop myself from falling, I reached out with my right hand to my friend on the right. I grabbed his arm without saying anything, and - here is the freaky part to me - he fell down. Later said he felt something pass through him, which is what knocked him down. Like it went through me, and then through him.

I don't know how to explain this one. You could say imagination, but why would both of us feel that same thing, causing me to stumble, and him to fall, and all without saying anything to each other as it happened? The power was out in the house, otherwise some errant voltage would actually seem possible.

So I don't know. This is one of those things I can't explain.
07-13-2018 09:46 PM
Debx36 One day I came home from work when I heard the voice of a small girl. "Daddy!"
"Who's there?!" I yelled and grabbed the pistol on my hip. The voice had come from the kitchen area. I made my way over, and the light to the kitchen door illuminated the dark room. I heard a loud bang and ran into the room, not knowing what to expect.

My 2 year old daughter was in the refrigerator, eating sticks of butter. Again. I've told her not to ten times and she refuses to listen.

Scares the hell outta me everytime
06-12-2018 05:19 PM
dudeman351
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A little over a month ago our chihuhua passed away at the age of 13. She developed congestive heart failure and was responding well to treatment for a few months. A few days before she passed, she was having a very hard time breathing and we made the decision to put her to sleep, rather than let her suffer. She wasn't in pain, but she was struggling. The vet wanted to bring her in the day we called, but I wanted to give it until the following evening to let er have one more day with us. She passed away in our bedroom that night. It was just after midnight.

A few days ago around I awoke hearing dog steps on the floor. We have a beagle as well and I thought maybe she wanted to go outside. I went to get up and noticed the beagle was sound asleep in our bed. Weird, but ok. I heard the footsteps again for a few seconds, and then all was quiet. I fell back asleep.



My wife wakes up for work about 5am, I get up about 6:30 when she leaves to get our son ready for school. She gets me up and tells me that Mindy our Chihuhua was here last night and licked her hand. I then told her about hearing the footsteps.

My wife was having a very hard time dealing with her passing as Mindy was always by her side. The night before this happened my wife was feeling very depressed and missing her dog. I guess one day we will all know what happens after we pass away.
All dogs go to heaven. Cats on the other hand...
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