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    Quote Originally Posted by HILLBILLYHUNTERS View Post
    You will learn no harm in the hills lad
    No harm in the hills lol.. weird events? oh yeah.
    I had a couple during several years of so called shootin for a crust type of work. Something I will never ever forget. Scary enough for sure,stunned ? most definitely. And for obvious reasons I most certainly wont be spouting about what on here.But I will say this...there are things out there that are truly beyond belief,things that can leave you totally speechless. I spent a full week at the hut after the first event and didn't leave it.
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    On one side of the Copeland years ago by myself and heading back to the hut when I got this almost panic attack type chilly feeling. a feeling that I was alone/abandoned and that I just HAD to get back across the river, did that and the feeling went away.

    I am used to being alone and frequently hunt alone so I’ve no idea what prompted the above, never happened before or since, eerie...
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    A spot my brother and I frequent in the north Tararua's quite a lot.

    Every time I go there I always get the same weird, ominous feeling. Something about the place just seems really off and I always get the sense I am being watched (even though I know there is no-one around for miles). Talked to the bro about it and he said he gets the same feeling. Never managed to spend more than one night in the place, always pack for a few and end up bailing after one. Dog gets weirded out as well, always has her heckles up and seems on edge.

    Plenty of deer in there though so I keep going back.. lol.
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    Yep on Ruapehu.

    Was hunting one day and pushed into this little clearing in some tight stuff. Felt like I was being watched, all of my hair stood up and I could smell something burning or cooking. Hard to explain exactly but it was like there was nothing else in the world but that smell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hebe View Post
    Yep on Ruapehu.

    Was hunting one day and pushed into this little clearing in some tight stuff. Felt like I was being watched, all of my hair stood up and I could smell something burning or cooking. Hard to explain exactly but it was like there was nothing else in the world but that smell.
    Google "Fire and brimstone" for an explanation
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    Quote Originally Posted by gundoc View Post
    Visiting the battlefield at Culloden some years ago I was suddenly overcome and felt terrible, feeling like I had been hit in the stomach with a sledge hammer. A staff member came over and asked if I had ancestors who fought here which I confirmed was correct. He said he has seen it often in descendants who visit. I came right after a few minutes and continued my visit in a fairly somber mood. I had never experienced it before or since.
    This happened to me at Gallipoli 1998,
    There’s a long story to this. But let’s just keep it simple it was as you discussed above. Like being hit in the guts and feeling really ill and out of sorts.
    Only found out after that I’d lost a family member there. William Simpson.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiwi Sapper View Post
    Google "Fire and brimstone" for an explanation

    Didn’t smell like sulphur, more like cooking meat. Either way, I won’t go back there.

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    So I heard about a young guy around 17yrs old who went to help repair a large fishing trawler.
    They where painting and doing anchor capstan winch and chain repairs as well..... The day progressed and the ship finally sailed once repaired..... The young lad was never seen, after a few days he was reported missing and never found.... The next time the ships anchor chain locker was opened they found bones and they ended up being this young lads remains.... Somehow he got trapped in the chain locker was entombed and his banging and screaming went unheard...... What a shitty way to go?? The anchors Chain links where too big for him to lift and bang on the hull plates and the noise of the ships Generators and hydraulics drowned anything out.... I hate thinking about that young kid.... I find myself visualizing his helpless situation alone and without any chance.... The dread and terror being trapped in that situation would be endless and unrelenting until the end...... Kinda the ultimate "BAD" Feeling

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    Quote Originally Posted by 35whelen View Post
    So I heard about a young guy around 17yrs old who went to help repair a large fishing trawler.
    They where painting and doing anchor capstan winch and chain repairs as well..... The day progressed and the ship finally sailed once repaired..... The young lad was never seen, after a few days he was reported missing and never found.... The next time the ships anchor chain locker was opened they found bones and they ended up being this young lads remains.... Somehow he got trapped in the chain locker was entombed and his banging and screaming went unheard...... What a shitty way to go?? The anchors Chain links where too big for him to lift and bang on the hull plates and the noise of the ships Generators and hydraulics drowned anything out.... I hate thinking about that young kid.... I find myself visualizing his helpless situation alone and without any chance.... The dread and terror being trapped in that situation would be endless and unrelenting until the end...... Kinda the ultimate "BAD" Feeling
    You don’t want to dwell on that stuff too much mate
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    Cheers Mohawk. I know, understand what you're saying and I don't. I do have (I think) A good grip on reality and accept that in Life ,shitty things happen, It's important to be wise astute and avoid them happening too yourself.....
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    shit what a way to go..
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    Quote Originally Posted by 35whelen View Post
    So I heard about a young guy around 17yrs old who went to help repair a large fishing trawler.
    They where painting and doing anchor capstan winch and chain repairs as well..... The day progressed and the ship finally sailed once repaired..... The young lad was never seen, after a few days he was reported missing and never found.... The next time the ships anchor chain locker was opened they found bones and they ended up being this young lads remains.... Somehow he got trapped in the chain locker was entombed and his banging and screaming went unheard...... What a shitty way to go?? The anchors Chain links where too big for him to lift and bang on the hull plates and the noise of the ships Generators and hydraulics drowned anything out.... I hate thinking about that young kid.... I find myself visualizing his helpless situation alone and without any chance.... The dread and terror being trapped in that situation would be endless and unrelenting until the end...... Kinda the ultimate "BAD" Feeling
    Well, that cheered me up!

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    Yeah Sorry guys.... I can delete it if it's not right too be here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 35whelen View Post
    Yeah Sorry guys.... I can delete it if it's not right too be here?
    All good as far as I'm concerned.

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    terrible way to go...his bosses will be the ones who shouldnt be able to sleep at night,leaving a man on board just has to be plurry near impossible in todays H&S loaded work enviroment...... how the hell the wharf security didnt twig is beyond me....sign in,sign out and all that.
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