Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Mom Believes Ghost Of US Marine Who Died In 1983 Beirut Bombing Lives Inside 4-Year-Old Son

VIRGINIA BEACH, Virginia – A mother believes the ghost of a U.S. Marine who died in the October 1983 barracks bombing in Beirut, Lebanon, is living inside her 4-year-old son.
Michele Lucas of Virginia Beach tells WTKR-TV that her son Andrew remembers vividly how Sgt. Val Lewis died in the Beirut barracks bombing that killed over 300 people, including 241 American servicemen.
“He just starts crying hysterically and I say, ‘What’s wrong Andrew?’ and he says, ‘Why did you let me die in that fire?’ “ she explained.
Lucas said she connected with producers of the television show “Ghost Inside My Child” in an effort to get answers. She told WTKR that Andrew would give her specific clues about Lewis.  More

Businesses cash in as women chase bigger butts
Two Women Camp-Out In Front Of Best Buy 22 Days Ahead Of Black Friday
Man arrested after horrific cat kicking video surfaced on Facebook
Husband Dumps Wife’s Corvette In Delaware River
Teen Brothers Shot, Killed Man Because They Mistakenly Thought He Stole Mother’s AK-47
McDonald’s Customer Arrested In ‘Bogus’ Coffee Burn Photos
Teacher Suspended After Tweet Telling White People Who Disagree With Her On Ferguson To ‘Kill Themselves’
Student photos of skimpy Michelle O lunches raise ire of parents
Federal Inquiry Finds Joan Rivers’ Doctors Made Series of Serious Errors
Maryland Duo Targeted Girl Scouts In Brazen Daylight Cookiejacking Attempt
Boy missing for six days found in IKEA
Seahawks mascot flies into stands, lands on fan’s head
Ferguson Resident: ‘We are Getting Prepared for War’