It'll Be Ok Mom
Jamie, BC, Canada
This happened to my... second cousin... twice removed... my cousin's cousin, anyway. Her mother had died recently, and in the meantime her father got a new girlfriend. This was the first night this new woman was staying in the house, and she was even wearing a gown that had belonged to (let's call my cousin's cousin Clara) Clara's mother.
That night, Clara woke up to the sound of crashing coming from somewhere in the house. She went downstairs to her kitchen and saw her sister, and asked what she had been doing. Her sister said it wasn't her, so they went to the source of the sound, the garage.
When they got there, they saw the garage door slamming up and down, so fast that would take one or two seconds to go up and back down again. Clara thought it was her mother's sign of showing she didn't like her widower's new girlfriend, so she whispered, "It'll be OK, Mom," and immediately the garage door stopped.
I have no personal proof this is true, but my cousin and my aunt told me about it. and it didn't seem to me they were lying, but I do have a story about me and my cousin, Logan. We were sitting in my (former) computer room playing a computer game, Diablo. He had lent it to me, so he was showing me the works. I had already had a pretty good idea of it, because I'd been playing it for a while, but then he did something I didn't know you could do. Hmm, I thought to myself, I didn't know you could do that. "Yes, you can," he responded. Keep in mind, I didn't say this out loud, I had been thinking it.
Me and my cousin have been friends for as long as I can remember, and I'm 14, going on 15, so if you do the math, it's a while. I've heard people who know each other for a long time have a kind of psychic bond. Until then, I believed it was fiction.
Sooo.... anyway, thanks for reading, because some of you might be like me, and only read the ones with good titles when you're tired. If anything else weird happens, I'll be sure to post it. Later