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Confession by Thomas Wang
My wife passed away 13 years ago. Two weeks before her passing, she had fainted for no apparent reason.
My auntie used medical oil to rub her forehead, calling out to her to wake up: “Ah mei, wake up, don’t sleep already!” I just stood there calling out for her as well, feeling totally helpless.
After 30mins, she woke up and said she saw an old Ah Ma calling out to her, “come, come, come”. The place was very dark with a light at the far end. Luckily she heard our voices and decided to turn around. That was when she woke up. Sadly though, two weeks later, she passed away in the hospital.
My late wife could see lots of things like ghosts and Gods. There was one night, I remember, she was talking quite loudly and it woke me up. There was only me and her in the room, so who was she having a conversation with? She said it was nothing and told me to go back to sleep. It was only in the following morning that she confessed to me, she was talking to dead sister who had passed away 3 years earlier. Her late father and grandfather also came by to visit.
I asked her how did they come in? She said from the window, not from the front door. I then asked what they were chatting about? She kept quiet and didn’t answer any further questions.
My late wife's ability to see things was from when she was young. She studied Buddhism to protect herself, I think, or to find meaning in her visions.
I still remember the first time I found out she could see “things”. It was in the middle of the night, she went to the toilet but came back to the room screaming and hiding from 'something'. When I asked what it was, she said she saw a headless ghost looking for its head on the sofa. I went out to check and of course, I couldn’t see anything.
When I asked what it was, she said she saw a headless ghost looking for its head on the sofa.
Besides seeing ghosts, she was also able to predict things before they happened, but sadly she passed away at the age of 26. I feel that by sharing her story for others to read, it might be helpful to those who are going through similar experiences, and in some ways, it keeps the memory I have of my wife alive.
Thank you for reading.
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