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"An allergy is a hypersensitivity disorder of the immune system....
Allergic reactions occur when a person's immune system reacts to normally harmless substances in the environment... In other words, individuals living in too sterile an environment are not exposed to enough pathogens to keep the immune system busy. Since our bodies evolved to deal with a certain level of such pathogens, when they are not exposed to this level, the immune system will attack harmless antigens and thus normally benign microbial objects — like pollen — will trigger an immune response." -- Wikipedia
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On the rare occasions I’m asked my opinion on ghosts and the paranormal I have to answer, truthfully, that I am a skeptic. Quickly adding the caveat, “However . . . when I was very young . . . “
I lived in the upstairs half of a quondam Victorian kindergarten.
For the first seven years of my life I thought the sound of drawers opening and closing, footfalls plodding heavily on board wood and muffled nattering and conversation were normal and expected throughout the night at every home. Because they happened every night at mine.
My room was accessed by a hidden, mirrored door in the school’s old dance hall. Of course, it was the coldest in the house.
One night I felt particularly panicked, couldn’t sleep. About midnight I shot out of bed and splashed my face with water. When I looked into the medicine cabinet mirror, there was my face, but superimposed over my eyes were two swirling embers like lit cigars.
I slowly worked past my paralysis and spun around, to run. Just before I’d made 180 there came a piercing noise — my faucet turning on, by itself.
I bolted all the way to my parents room at the other end of the house in about five seconds flat.
A few nights later, I had another fitful night. As a child, I was (as many) a junior naturalist and collector. My room had become a minor Hermitage of Stuff, impeccably organized.
I woke to the sound of someone trying to come into my room. My dad — blocked by a barrage. It consisted of everything I had arranged so neatly on my desk — hurled onto the floor, trashed. Destroyed.
When I was cleaning up, I checked on my Alligator lizard in the terrarium across the room. He’d been cut neatly in half.
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My sister, her friend and I were the only ones home late at night (ages 7-9). I forget where our parents were — some Saturday night event.
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As soon as the connection was cut, THE TV STARTED UP AGAIN.
Right until about two minutes before my sister’s friend’s mom showed up.
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