The double thing happened to me at my childhood home. The first time my mother and I were in her room I remember falling asleep next to her and woke up because I heard the door slam hard. My mother remembers that night she saw my sister come inside her room with a warm cup of milk. She gave it to my mother, my mom told her, “Thank you” (my mother drank it every night and that night she just forgot). My sister didn’t say a word, she walked out the room slamming the door hard. My mom though my sister was mad or something..
The next morning my mom told my sister, “Were you mad last night that you slammed the door hard?” My sister was confused and had no idea what my mom was talking about yet my sister told my mom I thought you were mad because I heard a loud door slam last night too. My mother told her you came to my room and brought me a cup of milk. My sister said it was not her, that she doesn’t like getting up at night because she’s a scardee cat..so we have no idea who this person that looked like my sister was or why it happened….
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This story came in with no name or location attached. We can only assume that it took place in Texas. It’s a classic doppelgänger story, you can find a similar story here. If you have had a similar occurrence happen to you, we would like to hear about it. Share your story.
Since I can remember my dad’s side of the family has been very intuitive when it comes to anything paranormal. My dad has had a lot of weird things happen to him but usually my mom, sister and I just blow it off as him just being very interested in the paranormal.
In order to understand this story a little better I have to explain the layout of my kitchen. In my kitchen there is a door that leads outside and my parents bedroom is right next to that door, above the door that leads outside there is a light switch and a button that opens our gate.
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This creepy doppelganger story comes to us from an anonymous source in Deep South Texas along the Texas-Mexico border. According to Webster’s dictionary, a doppelganger is a ghostly counterpart of a living person.
“This happened when I was 11 years old back in San Benito, TX. My older sister was supposed to do the dishes, but convinced me to wash them instead. So, when I finished, to get back at her, I decided to scare her. This is where things got strange.
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Here’s a doppelgänger dad story.
“I live with my parents and always want to get away for a while to have time to myself. I had been hanging out with a friend, then after I dropped him off and went to a graveyard. I go there to enjoy the silence of the night, but I kinda got a creepy feeling and left soon. I went to get some fast food before I went home.
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Here’s a doppelgänger story from San Antonio, TX
“I was staying at my Aunt and Uncle’s house for the weekend. Upon entrance to the house, there is a small room. To the right is an entrance to the living room, while there is an entrance to the kitchen across from it. The kitchen has the only door to the backyard within it. If you look straight from the front door, there is a set of wooden ladders. After about 10 steps up, the stairs stop and continue to the left. If you follow to the left, you will come to a hallway after passing some more steps. To the left side of the hallway is the master bedroom and bathroom and on the right side is my cousin Drina’s room and the guestroom (where I stayed over). However, if you follow to the right, there is a wall-sized mirror that I particularly dislike.
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