An amazing coincidence!
in these memoires you will have read of an apparent case of Demonic possession:
this tale came to us from an old friend: Richard! You should know that
Richard and I were at Grammar School together, back in the halcyon days
of the 1960's.
A really strange coincidence!
|I'm sure I have told you
before that I both collect and sell items that have come from or travelled
in Space. Recently I purchased two very rare meteorites: one from a dealer
in Poland, the other from a dealer in the USA. Both were 'end slices' of
a stone called NWA3118. This unusual space rock is of a type known as a
carbonaceous chondrite: basically blackish in colour, their matrix contains
very primitive 'clasts' and inclusions. CV3s (as this type are generally
called!) contain some of the oldest minerals ever examined by Science! They
also happen to be quite valuable, so the samples I had bought were quite
small: 7.4g and 2.4g respectively:
Notice anything strange? They are the two opposite ends of the same fragment of NWA3118! With a total known weight of this Saharan meteorite of only 6kg, what were the chances that two tiny pieces of it would be reunited in my post-box?
A coincidence? Or something more?
in these memoires you will have read of how I encountered the spirit of
a Nurse in an old house in South Devon.
As visual aids,
I took along a photograph of a group of nurses and a uniform, both of
which had been found in the attic of the old house and which had been
loaned to me by a local museum. During the show, a psychometrist was able
to confirm that the uniform had indeed belonged to the Nurse whose shade
I had encountered on a dark landing some months before!
The preceeding item on the programme had featured a very gifted clairvoyant: she performed some astonishingly accurate readings on audience members, several of whom were very moved by their experiences.
Then came my account. At some point in the item, the 90 year-old photograph of the nurses was projected onto a screen. Although I was very focused on telling my story, I was aware of a slight commotion from the audience.
During an interval, it transpired that a female guest had recognised her own grandmother in the photograph! Later, she confirmed that her relative had nursed in the region during the First World War!