Three years ago, my mother passed away. We were very close and I miss her daily. Last Christmas evening, I went to bed and woke up to the phone ringing. I answered it and a voice that was very familiar to me said, "Hello there." It was my mother's voice. The line had a static noise and the sound cut in and out. I said, "This can't be you, mom. You're dead." She said, "Oh, come on now." She sounded a bit agitated, and then we were cut off. My 16-year-old daughter was sleeping in the next room and also heard the phone ring that night. I know it was my mother's voice: she has an Norwegian accent. It was her. - Bonnie O.Was It Brother?
About three nights ago, my husband got a phone call at 1:57 a.m. I remember it was a very stormy night. He answered and the phone was giving him little bleeps, but nobody would say anything. Then the phone went dead. I was asleep by the phone, but I never heard it ring, and I always hear the phone ring. Only he heard it. He called the number back on the caller ID, and it said, "This number is not in service." The number is still on our caller ID.
The same night, at 4:00 a.m., his mother, who lives about an hour away, also got a phone call. Her son, who was asleep in the house, also never heard the phone ring. She heard the same bleeps and it was the same caller ID. She called it back and it was also a not-in-service number. About 5:00 a.m., his mother was lying in her bed and she saw a man standing at the foot of her bed looking at her. She said he was tall and thin, had dark eyes and dark clothes. He stared at her for a minute and then darted across the room and disappeared.
We are very freaked out about this and cannot figure out why this happened all in the same night, and nothing like this has happened before. Why did I not hear the phone ring and my husband did the phone is right by our bed? My husband lost his brother about six months ago - a tragic death. - Vicki H.
I just found out that one of my phone calls the other day was with a dead lady.I was at my mom's house and I was calling a friend who lived near by. She was at her cousin's house. So I looked up the number in the phone book. It was the only "Owens" in the phonebook, so I knew it was my friend's cousin's number. I called and it didn't even ring, but an old lady answered. She said, "Hello." I asked, "Is Amelia there?" (Amelia is my friend Jessica's cousin.) The old lady said, "No, dear. Amelia isn't here, sweetie. I should be expecting her any minute now." So I thought nothing of it and hung up. I thought they left for a bit. I knew Amelia lived with her mom at her grandparents' house. What I didn't know is what I found out when I talked to Jessica. I told Jessica about it and she said, "Amelia's grandma is dead. And we were there all day long. We were sitting right by the phone. It never rang all day." - Crystal S.
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