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Re: Hmong Ghost Stories
« Reply #3990 on: September 27, 2017, 09:08:23 AM »
Whoa warn me about this, yikes  :o



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Re: Hmong Ghost Stories
« Reply #3991 on: February 05, 2018, 08:25:08 AM »
Hmong guy went fishing.  Took the bud light n hid it in a nearby Bush cuz the cops do roam that famous fishing hole.  He came to reload on the drinks and while digging in the bush that one night, he saw a pair of feet stood by his beer.  He looked up and saw a figure.  Eff the beer, he ran and all of his buddies could not reel up their pole fast enough to run with him.  On the drive home is when he told the story. 

The Hmong say not to say that you are going home or the spirit will follow you home.  Just say you are going to get more bait and come back later. 



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Re: Hmong Ghost Stories
« Reply #3992 on: February 27, 2018, 06:47:21 AM »



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Re: Hmong Ghost Stories
« Reply #3993 on: May 01, 2018, 07:58:31 PM »
Oh, man! I don't know how I can grope in the mornings to go fishing anymore.




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Re: Hmong Ghost Stories
« Reply #3995 on: July 12, 2018, 12:50:03 AM »
hey folks....this is the truth about ghosts and spirits okay....

they do exist....but if you don't ever want to encounter a ghost, you have to live your life like you don't believe in them at all....like demons, ghosts thrive on fear, softeness and sensitivity...

but if you're like me, and you're not afraid of anything or anyone, and you'll fight anything and anyone anyday any where...lols not even the most evil ghost will dare come mess with you...lols

okay, so this is a true story....one time a few friends dared me to walk into the cemetary alone.....this was way back when Hmong folks still had funerals at this one funeral home right in the cemetary, with a morgue next to it...those of you in Sactown, probably know where this is...haha

so I walk through the cemetary, determine to win 100 bucks....while walking through the cemetary, all I thought about, this is cheesy as duck, but all I thought or imagine myself as was, Barney...lols

all I heard were a few crickets, saw a shadowy figure that hid behind a wall as they saw me walking, a angry face with no body approaching me but I punch it back to where it came from, lols....and then I even saw a few stray cats..but i think they were real cats...lols

so yup...i got to the other side of the cemetary....wa ited for my friends to drive to the other side to pick me...when I saw them approaching, I hid behind a rock...and scare the living shit out of them......lols

so yup, folks, it's really just your mind ducking with you.....

so who wants to dare me to walk in the cemetary again?? this time I'm asking for 10k....lols



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Re: Hmong Ghost Stories
« Reply #3996 on: July 13, 2018, 10:39:25 PM »
this is probably not really a ghost story...but i remember a while back..me and my brother n law went to do some river fishing....We got to a spot and as we descended down the bank...not even half way...we say what look like to be a altar.....it definitely look like a altar that was made by at a asian culture...It had the incense sticks and the asian bowls with rice...

my brother n law hit me on the shoulder and said "let's go"...thought he mean go fishing, but we both went back to the car and came back home....lols on our way home...he told me....since he was in front of me and saw it first...he said he literally saw the shrubs around the altar moved, otherwise it would had been pretty hard to see the altar....it was pretty well hidden.... :-X

possibly the altar was made by a Hmong or Mien...I think it was possibly a "spirit release" altar...but I know Hmong folks don't go out to nature to release the spirit of a deceased??? I think i heard once, the Mien does that....and that it's not always for good intentions, but bad...releasin g evil spirits to bring someone bad luck or misfortune.... . :-X sorry, if i offend any Mien...just stating what I heard a long while back...



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Re: Hmong Ghost Stories
« Reply #3997 on: July 13, 2018, 10:47:33 PM »
This page is 1o years ago. 

Talking about ph ghost, I went back to page one and saw some names that are ph ghosts.  I truly missed them all.  They all legend.   :'(



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Re: Hmong Ghost Stories
« Reply #3998 on: July 25, 2018, 12:23:05 AM »
a random ghost story someone once told me....

"I was still in the Army at the time. My unit and I were the first to reach back to American soil after nearly 18 months in the sands. Sadly, not all came back...Alive.. .One of those was my dorm mate. We got along fine, but because he was working nights, and I work the standard day, rarely do we get to see each other and gotten to know one another better. On days we have off, he was often with his g-f in the nearby town. And I had my own click that I hung out on my off days.

I didn't think too much of his passing. It still hasn't sunk in at the time. I don't even really remember feeling weird or odd that he's no longer over by his side of the room. They already pretty much pack and clean everything up for his family. But still there were a few things.

I was ready to hop onto a plane the next morning to finally see my families and friends back home. That morning, I woke up, and usually, I'll leave my lamp off to not disturbed my dorm mate. However, this morning, I turned it on because he was no longer there. As I make my way to the restroom, I notice that the lamp flicker a little before going back to normal. I didn't think much of it, just that maybe it hasn't been turned on for some time.

While in the restroom, I left the door open. while brushing my teeth, In the corner of my eye, I could had swore I saw a motion of some sort. I look again, this time with my face turn directly towards my bed. I am not sure, but I am pretty sure I saw a shadow on the wall and then it just disappear.

I walked back and got dressed up. When I noticed my dorm mate's remaning belongings looked as if they had been slightly moved around.
I got my suitcase, and duffle bag. Head out. And to this day, I'm still not sure what I witnessed that morning.



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Re: Hmong Ghost Stories
« Reply #3999 on: September 18, 2018, 06:15:16 PM »
Wow.



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Re: Hmong ghost stories
« Reply #4000 on: March 16, 2019, 11:12:10 PM »
Ok so i am quite new here but reading these stories remind me of many of my stories.

I had a cousin who passed away at about two years ago. This btw is a dragon story. So anyways we both live in alaska and before she moved here , she lived in detroit. And now a little information about her, when she lived in detroit, her mom remarried to my uncle and so she was originally a chang. Anyways , when she lived in detroit, she went on a school field trip with her junior class and idk where it was but it happened to be at a river. And as the class walked along the river, she was the one tht fell behind.

And as she did fall behind, she told me tht at that time she turned back and saw these two beautiful swans jus randomely in the river. She didnt think anythink of it, so she turned around and walked on. As she did she decided to turn around again and suddenly there were she beautiful white water lilies. That was weird for her bcos water lilies arent found in fast or moving water such as a river,

Anyways she went home after tht and that is when weird things startedd to happen. Her mom once told us that my cousin has her own room. And whenever my aunt went to go clean it, around the entire room would be lip marks. As if my cousin had put on bright red lipstick and had kissed the wall, but my aunt thought it was even weirder because the lip marks were on the ceiiling also.

So after that same event kept happening, my aunt and uncle never thought to do a shamen ceremony so they moved up to alaska. Every thing was quite normal when they , moved up here. Nothing happened much until my cousin told my aunt that she had a boyfriend. My aunt , ofcourse didnt believe her bcause my cousin wasnt the out going type. So ignoring her once more, my cousin jus lived her life as normal.

As years went on , my cousin graduated from high school and just stayed home most of the time. But one day she came to my aunt and told my aunt that her boifriend was going up to the sky to continue his education. And he told her he would marry her after he graduates. My aunt thought she was joking so she brushed it off. When my cousin told my mom this, she knew somthing was up and asked about the time span she has been seeing this guyh. My cousin told her that it has been ever since after her field trip in detroit.

Well my mom also asked how she meets up to tlk to him and my cousin told my mom that when the guy comes, its usually by coming at the mirror or sometimes even the window. My mom asked her how he looked like and she said tht the guy comes in a form of the snake, but when he gets to her, he is really shiny and cute, except she only thinks he is cute bcos she says his face is as if his face is blocked by an unclear glass. And this guy would tell her tht she will never see his face until the day they wed.

Now my mom knows what this means and so, she told my aunt nd uncle. My aunt them are kind of stingy. They want to save every cent they can somehow even if they were millionairs. So they never did a ceremony for her. 2 years go by and my cousin gets a job at mcdonalds. She worked there for 3 days and suddenly went deaf so she quit. This then made her really angry , bcos being deaf and not hearing anything is frustrating. The only way we can tlk to her was by writing . :( she was so frustrated she decided to state to everyone that she wanted to kill herself.

I cried my eyes out for her . I felt bad tht i am her cousin and cant do anything to help her. Anyways her step dad then decided to take her to the mental hospital . She took prescriptions. Doctors didnt kno what made her deaf and so they couldnt help much. She improved so they let her go home in just two weeks. When she got home, she asked my aunt to go buy a prgnancy test for her. Bcos she was told by the doctor that she is now pregnant.

My aunt got curious so she had her other daughter call and ask the hospital doctor and they told her that my cousin iisnt pregnant. So my aunt shook it off and jus ignored it. Now, the day before my cojusin died, she begged my aunt for a new jacket. My aunt said no ofcourse, so my cousin said "alright, wwell my bf is done with school. He is going top come down and marrie me" then she went to her room. My aunt just shrugged it off.

In the middle of the night that night, my cousin's half little sister said she saw my cousin go to the kitchen and grab something then went to the bedroom. The sister didnt think much of it so she just went to sleep. Btw my cousin has her own room. Nd then at 5 in the morning, her real younger sister woke up to see my cousins light on. So curious as she is, she went to go check. Nd when she went ing, she saw my cousin(her sister) in a kneeling position sitting on her legs with her body haunched over. My cousins sister thought she was jus messing around becos in the past my cousin would do things like this.

So she went and grabbed my cousins hand and said "see get up" but she noticed her hands were frozen and thats wen she went into shock and screamed for my aunt. My aunt and uncle woke up to go check nd all they saw was her haunched over body with a knife that "buj buj" idk the english word for it. Haha but yeah . My aunt bjurst into tears and they called the cops. Paramedics and cops came and questioned anyone. When the body was removed, on the floor was a very small blood stain. She used the knife to cut her throat.

Anyways everyone assumed she has been taken by the dragon. I know its not scary but read it ;)
some of the Eng(R)ish spelling .smh.



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Re: Hmong Ghost Stories
« Reply #4001 on: March 29, 2019, 11:24:26 AM »
In my previous home, it was quiet for my family, nothing out of the ordinary.   The house has a complete basement w/ a bar, some sofas, laundry room and a play area near the laundry room.  When my children was young, they like to go down the basement to play hide and seek, run around, sleep on the sofas, etc.  AND of course, we do the laundry down there and there's even a bathroom so sometimes people use the bathroom down there when the upstairs was occupied.  On the top level, are my children's bedroom and a large family room.  Along the walls are storage space and open w/ a sliding wall (you can say).  Even my kids play hide and seek in that long storage space area or you could say attic.  Anyway, we moved out and a new family (hmong) moved in.  They were harassed by ghost(s) in the house.  The kids would see ghost, terrified, heard loud noises, and one day they called us up if we ever experienced anything which we said "no."  Finally, they couldn't take it anymore and called a budhhist monk to come check out  and he said there's spirits in the house..nothing can be done and so eventually the family quietly abandon the house to the bank.

I'm not sure why we didn't experience anything and the other family did.  One difference, we're a christian family and they're not, could be the reason. 

For Christians, we don't believe in Ghost.  We believe that when a person is deceased, the spirit is w/ God or to another place waiting for judgement and no longer roaming this world.  Spirit/Ghost people see are actually evil spirits or demonic spirits taking on the form of the deceased..and nothing to mess around with.  The bible also says as Christians, we're under the divine's protections:
https://www.openbible.info/topics/divine_protection

AND I John 4:4 says "Greater is He (God) that is within you than he (Satan) that is in the world"





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Re: Hmong Ghost Stories
« Reply #4002 on: March 29, 2019, 08:17:40 PM »
In my previous home, it was quiet for my family, nothing out of the ordinary.   The house has a complete basement w/ a bar, some sofas, laundry room and a play area near the laundry room.  When my children was young, they like to go down the basement to play hide and seek, run around, sleep on the sofas, etc.  AND of course, we do the laundry down there and there's even a bathroom so sometimes people use the bathroom down there when the upstairs was occupied.  On the top level, are my children's bedroom and a large family room.  Along the walls are storage space and open w/ a sliding wall (you can say).  Even my kids play hide and seek in that long storage space area or you could say attic.  Anyway, we moved out and a new family (hmong) moved in.  They were harassed by ghost(s) in the house.  The kids would see ghost, terrified, heard loud noises, and one day they called us up if we ever experienced anything which we said "no."  Finally, they couldn't take it anymore and called a budhhist monk to come check out  and he said there's spirits in the house..nothing can be done and so eventually the family quietly abandon the house to the bank.

I'm not sure why we didn't experience anything and the other family did.  One difference, we're a christian family and they're not, could be the reason. 

For Christians, we don't believe in Ghost.  We believe that when a person is deceased, the spirit is w/ God or to another place waiting for judgement and no longer roaming this world.  Spirit/Ghost people see are actually evil spirits or demonic spirits taking on the form of the deceased..and nothing to mess around with.  The bible also says as Christians, we're under the divine's protections:
https://www.openbible.info/topics/divine_protection

AND I John 4:4 says "Greater is He (God) that is within you than he (Satan) that is in the world"
it really doesn't matter if you're Christian or not. I've known a lot of Christian people who seen ghosts. And trust me they don't believe in ghosts until they see it for themselves. Now they are a believer.



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Re: Hmong Ghost Stories
« Reply #4003 on: March 30, 2019, 08:52:08 PM »
If Christians want us to believe in Jesus, they had better believe in ghosts.

Jesus came back to life. Jesus resurrected the dead. Jesus was tempted by a ghost on the rocks.

How can Christians who believe in Jesus not believe that ghosts exist, right?

it really doesn't matter if you're Christian or not. I've known a lot of Christian people who seen ghosts. And trust me they don't believe in ghosts until they see it for themselves. Now they are a believer.



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« Reply #4004 on: March 31, 2019, 12:03:04 AM »
If Christians want us to believe in Jesus, they had better believe in ghosts.

Jesus came back to life. Jesus resurrected the dead. Jesus was tempted by a ghost on the rocks.

How can Christians who believe in Jesus not believe that ghosts exist, right?
I don't want to sound mean. But let's keep the Jebus out of the ghost story. And just keep it as Ghost stories.



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