Many Bangor area residents have claimed to have been given a warning that a loved one was going to or, had already, pass away. The forewarnings are called death warnings. There are two common ways that this phenomenon can occur. There is also a very uncommon way that a person may get their own death warning.
Death warning hallucinations
Seeing the apparition of a loved one is said to mean that that person has or, is going to, pass away. Seeing the apparition of the person is a very common death warning. This happens a lot of times with children, but can happen to anyone. An example of this phenomenon is when a child wakes in the middle of the night crying out for his grandmother. He tells his parents that she was there in his room, but had gone away. The child states that he knows that his grandmother has passed away. Normally the parents don’t believe the child, sending him back to bed. Later, the parents get a phone call about the deceased loved one.
Audible hallucinations can also happen. These hallucinations occur when a person hears the voice of a loved one. Audible hallucinations aren’t always accurate because it is sometimes difficult to make out who the voice belongs to.
Death warning sensations
With death warning sensations, a person may all of a sudden feel intensely depressed even though the situation they are isn’t depressing. Another sensation that can occur is acute numbness. Sometimes a sinking feeling in the pit of the stomach will happen. These feelings usually occur in the people who are closest to the person who has died.
Not only loved ones receive death warnings. Sometimes the person will get a warning. A doppelganger is a ghostly twin of a living person. This phenomenon is very rare. Many believe that if a person sees his twin, it is an omen that that person will soon die or have a horrible accident. Others believe that the doppelganger interacts with the person and gives deceptive and malicious information to the person. This information is believed to lead the person to his death.