Revenge Dreams

Written by Joi Sigers

There are several types of "Revenge" dreams. The most common one is thatrepparttar dreamer is taking revenge on someone. Nine times out of ten,repparttar 122156 dreamer is acting out some form of revenge that they would really like to exact. However,repparttar 122157 dreaming mind will carry it out in a very exaggerated, often off-the-wall way. If you dream of turning a co-worker into a drooling one-eyed troll, you probably don't really want to do so. Perhaps you just have lingering feelings over a promotion she got - you knowrepparttar 122158 one that should have been yours!

Perhaps, duringrepparttar 122159 waking hours it would be a good idea to address these feelings. A revenge dream can make you think, "I guess this bothered me more than I thought it did." Then you can look it right inrepparttar 122160 eye and decide what, if anything, you want to do about it.

For example, back torepparttar 122161 co-worker sitting in your new office with your title on her door. If you feel, down torepparttar 122162 core of your being, that an injustice has been done, you should consider saying something. A dream of this nature is often a wonderful spur to cause you to make a move you wouldn't have made withoutrepparttar 122163 dream.

Another type of revenge dream, one we don't enjoy nearly as much (!!), isrepparttar 122164 one in which we arerepparttar 122165 one whorepparttar 122166 revenge is being exacted upon.

Most dreamologists believe that this one stems primarily from guilt. HOWEVER, this guilt can be either justified, implied, or merely suggested by another person. Only you can really determine which it is.

Tranquil, Elegant and Haunted!!

Written by Gloria Young

Nestled amongrepparttar East San Jose foothills with only a two-lane road leading torepparttar 122155 park throughrepparttar 122156 mountains,repparttar 122157 Joseph D. Grant County Park can easily be missed. This park boasts a beautiful house coupled with a few other out-buildings renovated to remind visitors ofrepparttar 122158 days of yesteryear. The house has period pieces of furniture, an all wood foyer, hardwood floors inrepparttar 122159 rooms….and residents they never expected. For yearsrepparttar 122160 park rangers never questionedrepparttar 122161 footsteps, door slams, noises and moving things fromrepparttar 122162 corners of their eyes. They merely chalked it up to someone else being inrepparttar 122163 house. When visitors stated that they saw someone or heard something inrepparttar 122164 house,repparttar 122165 park rangers chalked that up to nothing more than imaginations.

The local newspaper contactedrepparttar 122166 park rangers stating they wanted to do an article onrepparttar 122167 house for Halloween. They in turn, contacted our paranormal research group. We made arrangements to all meet atrepparttar 122168 house at a pre-arranged time. It was difficult enough to findrepparttar 122169 park but to do so inrepparttar 122170 dark was even more difficult. You always read about places like this in scary books…the twisting and turning ofrepparttar 122171 small, two-lane road,repparttar 122172 deep darkness ofrepparttar 122173 forest,repparttar 122174 occasional red eyes peering back at you caused by a deer; allrepparttar 122175 qualities for a good horror story.

We made our way up torepparttar 122176 park and then followedrepparttar 122177 path torepparttar 122178 house. It was a gorgeous house; white, two stories. We brought in simple equipment. The reporter was nice enough. The camera gal was nicer yet. She followed us as well as she could, almost as well as a shadow. It wasn’t until approximately 10 p.m. that we began to noticerepparttar 122179 cold. This was a warm summer evening but there was an obvious drop in temperature. As we wandered throughrepparttar 122180 house we noticed that some rooms were definitely very warm and some were very cold. The coldest rooms, we found out later, wererepparttar 122181 rooms that visitors made statements about having activity in and thatrepparttar 122182 park rangers had disregarded their comments.

This beautiful house has a sordid past. The daughter of Joseph D. Grant killed three men and her sister; two ofrepparttar 122183 men onrepparttar 122184 property, one of them somewhere else. She was apparently crazy, had some type of mental illness. As we talked and wandered throughrepparttar 122185 house we came across her room. Her name was Edith. We stayed in Edith’s room for quite awhile. We tried to capture EVP. We caught pictures with orbs but there was more to this room. It was one of those rooms where you could feelrepparttar 122186 excitement inrepparttar 122187 air but you didn’t quite know how to put your finger on what was occurring. As nothing did occur, we began to file out ofrepparttar 122188 room. The reporter was next torepparttar 122189 last leavingrepparttar 122190 room and one of our members was last. She had a video camera and was filming. As she approachedrepparttar 122191 doorway and asrepparttar 122192 reporter began to step throughrepparttar 122193 threshold, our member felt a heavy hand on her left shoulder and stated so. The reporter turned around long enough to find our member being shoved into her, almost knocking them both over. The video camera was still running.

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