Mysterious Events in Cemetery Visit
Paranormal Activity – Ramazan Gül told interesting and shuddery events he experienced while visiting the grave of his recently passed away mother.
Paranormal Activity – My mother, which I really loved, passed away in April 2021. After 15 days, we visited her grave during our religious holiday. Me, my sister, and my 9-year-old niece. First, we visited the grave of my father. While we were about the head to our next destination after we complete our prayers, my sister told, “Come, let’s pray in the graves of children for the sake of God”. I replied, “Okay”.
While we were passing in front of the graves of children, a male kid (about 10-12 years old) attracted my attention. He was just standing and looking at us… I said, “Boy, give us some space please so we can pass”. The boy looked at my face and moved a bit, but he didn’t speak at all. However, we prayed and left. We were going to the grave of my mother…
Meanwhile, my mother is buried at Buca Kaynaklar (Izmir/Turkey), and my dad is buried at Gokdere Cemetery. It takes about 30 minutes to visit the other one by walk. The evening prayer was reciting Evening Prayer: Muslims worship 5 times a day, which they call “Prayer” (Namaz). These worshiping hours are announced from mosques by reciting prayer during the relevant hours of the day. The … Continue reading when we arrived at the grave of our mother. We entered the cemetery. There was a fountain ahead. Two people were filling water into bottles, one of them was young and the other one was elderly.
I Shuddered When I Saw the Same Boy
When the young one looked at me carefully, I greeted him. He greeted back. There was another kid behind the fountain. When I looked at him carefully, I noticed that this was the kid that I saw around my father’s grave. At that moment, I shuddered. Later, the young man told, “I thought you were one of the group. My mother is dead too. I came to visit her. We will leave when my wife comes”.
There was a while car behind, and its lights were on. I told him, “How do you know that my mother passed away?”. He just smiled and said nothing. I said, “Whatever”. We kept walking but I turned back after we took three steps and there was no kid or car around… They all disappeared in seconds…
I was really scared but I said nothing to make my niece scared too. We prayed in front of my mother’s grave. We were about the leave the graveyard (around 10:45 PM), and my niece told me, “Uncle look, my grandmother is waving at us”. I was about to say, “This is impossible, your grandmother passed away 15 days ago” but I saw a bright white light on the grave of my mother.
I couldn’t keep my tears and started to cry loudly…
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