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Re: Hmong ghost stories
« Reply #2940 on: December 02, 2011, 04:17:37 PM »



What's this picture supposed to be? All I see is an elderly woman sleeping.  :idiot2:



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Re: Hmong ghost stories
« Reply #2941 on: December 03, 2011, 06:57:08 PM »
What's this picture supposed to be? All I see is an elderly woman sleeping.  :idiot2:

Ask Sexymomma if you don't know.



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Re: Hmong ghost stories
« Reply #2942 on: December 03, 2011, 06:57:38 PM »
You people need to stop sharing your ghost stories.

Because of you I have to keep the lights on at night, shit!

Then the posts have met their purposes!! >:D >:D



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Re: Hmong ghost stories
« Reply #2943 on: December 04, 2011, 02:47:37 PM »
Since you guys know alot of ghost story, you guys mind helping me to look for a Asian horror to watch? Can't find any. Thanks.



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Re: Hmong ghost stories
« Reply #2944 on: December 04, 2011, 03:49:24 PM »
Since you guys know alot of ghost story, you guys mind helping me to look for a Asian horror to watch? Can't find any. Thanks.


i like Buppah Ratree. and it has nothing to do with the stupid Rap in the trailer




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Re: Hmong ghost stories
« Reply #2945 on: December 08, 2011, 09:03:41 PM »
I have finished reading most of the stories and are amazed by it and really enjoyed them. I'll share one of them.

When I was still in high school and always coming home late or sleeping at my friends house I will always feel a presence of something around me. I used to live in a house built back in the early1900s and it looks scary on the outside and inside. My street lights are very dim and my back yard is plain dark at night and we have the biggest tree in town which is old and has a small hole one the side which i see huge raccoons going in and out. Well one night I was walking home from the library and I knew my brother was walking about a block behind me. When I got to my house, my hair on my body and head just stood up. When I walk to the front of the door( door is on side of the house) I felt a voice talking by the bushes, I was like oh crap, scared as shiiitt, I ran back to the sidewalk just to make sure if there is people walking on the sidewalk but I see no one. So i man up and went to the front door to knock very hard and now I hear voices next to my ear mumbling words that I cant describe. This time I got real scare and knock so loud that if someones trying to kill me and my dad finally opened the door and yelled at me, I didn't cared that my dad yelled at me but as long as that thing ain't talking to me. I waited for my brother to come and ask him if he felt anything when he got home. We said that there was something talking to him outside too and I was like shiitt I knew I wasn't the only one hearing this thing talking by my ear. We told my our parents and they were like that's what you get for coming home late, and ask us if it was talking in Hmoob or English and I was like I'm not sure, then my dads was like its probably an American spirit. Then one day I went at night I went to smoke outside around 10pm and encounter the same spirit that was talking to me right by my ear again, I was like hell no this ain't happening again, so I got scare said "duck you" out loud because I just lit my cigaret and now you trying to scare me again. right when I turned around my dad was right behind me yelling at me again. I find this akward that when this happen my dad yells at me. I got some more about this house and my other encounter that I will type later.



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Re: Hmong ghost stories
« Reply #2946 on: December 09, 2011, 12:28:24 AM »
^ what do you mean right in your ear? like someone is talking right next to, right by your ear? whispering or out loud? I bet it's mumbling since you couldnt make out the words



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Re: Hmong ghost stories
« Reply #2947 on: December 09, 2011, 12:43:40 AM »
this is a photo i took indoor at the hmong new year a week ago...
i took over 200 photos that day and this one stood out.

faces blurred to protect identity.

what is wrong with this photo?



« Last Edit: February 26, 2012, 12:30:18 AM by ztommyx »

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Re: Hmong ghost stories
« Reply #2948 on: December 09, 2011, 10:53:13 AM »
Photoshop  O0



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Re: Hmong ghost stories
« Reply #2949 on: December 09, 2011, 11:03:18 AM »
it's not photoshopped.  :idiot2:



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Re: Hmong ghost stories
« Reply #2950 on: December 09, 2011, 04:04:44 PM »
Since you guys know alot of ghost story, you guys mind helping me to look for a Asian horror to watch? Can't find any. Thanks.

Look in the mirror.




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Re: Hmong ghost stories
« Reply #2951 on: December 09, 2011, 04:15:07 PM »
No, you cus!



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Re: Hmong ghost stories
« Reply #2952 on: December 09, 2011, 04:28:00 PM »
I was wondering if any of you people go do garden, ever saw weird strange foot prints? Or Tiger like paws? Or heard of any?
Well I got one for you garden loving people. LOL

I don't know if you people are aware of this place. If you drive on Larpenteur Ave. in St Paul,MN. Between Dale street and Rice street. In that stretch if you are coming down Dale st. and heading to Rice st. You will see to your left, It's a swamp now and to your right it's a cemetery. But back in the year 83's. It use to be flat and not cover with water, But I don't know what truly happened there. I heard that the meeka people that lived in that area started to see strange stuff. Thus the city refused to rent that area for the Hmong to do their garden. That's why it was turn into a swamp. but there could of been many other reasons. But that's the one I know of.

Hmong people use to do garden there. I mean a lot of Hmong would go there despite that, that area was haunted. My parents also did their garden there along with all the Hmong. Anyways I would tag along with my parent and my grandma. And almost every time we get there, you know how them OG's are. I would over hear them saying about some weird foot prints follow by a four pawed like Tiger. Not other then that. The other Hmong people would tell my parents that they also see those prints on their side. But being so young my parents made sure that I don't know what they were all talking about. Young but naughty. I saw one of the prints but I wasn't sure at what I was really looking at. And my parents and other Hmong people would just cover the prints with dirt.

It's not scary but I hope that I would trigger some garden loving people to share some of their own strange garden stories.
HOLY shiet! I remember that exact swamp. My parents use to garden there when I was very young. I remember vividly when we use to garden and I always played in the dirt. I need to ask my mom this.



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Re: Hmong ghost stories
« Reply #2953 on: December 09, 2011, 04:29:27 PM »
There once was this guy who had moved into a building which had a view out into the other buildings next to it.  In the other building, there was this beautiful women who he had always seen.  She was so beautiful and she loved to dance because he would watch her as she danced around in her room.  For a long time he had admired her from afar in his apartment, and one day while he was watching her she was dancing all day non-stop.  He finally got the courage to go over to her apartment and introduce himself to her.  He finally got to the other building and up to her door when he knocked and the door opened.  He walked over to where he always saw her dancing.  What he saw when he got to the room was that she had hung herself in the room.  He thought he had saw her dancing the whole day, but actually, she had hung herself and was swinging back and forth the whole day.  He had been staring at her swinging corpse and thought she was dancing.

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 Not scaring but aye, i got one to share , not of story of mine. Saw it on the net.



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Re: Hmong ghost stories
« Reply #2954 on: December 09, 2011, 04:46:14 PM »
it's not photoshopped.  :idiot2:

I don't see anything...wha t's wrong with the pix?



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