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Posted 6/12/13
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Posted 6/12/13
I just don't believe in things like that. I don't really have a reason though.
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Posted 6/12/13
I think it's possible, and I do believe paranormal entities exist, but I'm still skeptical about them. This articles pretty sketchy. People can say whatever they want and deem it super natural.
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Posted 6/12/13
I am happy that things worked out for her, but I do not believe in these kinds of things.
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Posted 6/12/13
What if Whakan was just a mental patient walking about late at night, giving out ice water to people.

I mean, why would he spell his name? I never had a nurse that did that or heard of it from others who were hospitalized. Usually they wear a name tag or just tell you. Why would he ask "what's wrong?", if he was a real nurse, he'd know by her info beside her bed.
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Posted 6/12/13
To sum up the video: I had cancer and was deliriously sick, on top of that I had an allergic reaction to chemo and was in a state of toxic shock. I got so sick that the potential for hallucination as a symptom of my feverish state was extremely high.
BUT WHAT I SAW WAS REAL!!

O_O

Chalk that one up with, I took acid and ate mushrooms.
BUT WHAT I SAW WAS REAL!!
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Posted 6/12/13
Just another testament to God's glory
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Posted 6/13/13
She probably made a imaginary friend to cope with the drugs and emotional distress she went through. Most likely in her drugged up state she wrote the name, and most likely some nurse or doctor walked in with a cup of water, set it down to look at her chart or something, then forgot about it. She should just be glad that her cancer went into remission.

Now, onto the people who believe this stuff. I understand why you guys believe in these things, you believe because you are scared. We never like to think that unfortunate things like cancer will happen to us, but they do happen. I get that the idea of some benevolent supernatural/paranormal thing(s) existing that will lend a helping hand when you really need it is a comforting thought. However these thoughts, though comforting, are false comforts. It's because of these beliefs that so many people pointlessly die because they think these imaginary beings will just magically cure them instead of getting medical help. The people who die from this far outnumber the rare people who survive against the odds.

Maybe I'm weird. I don't care how bad the truth is, the fact the something is the truth will always have far more value to me than a fantasy.
Posted 6/13/13
If Kramer can save a man with a piece of candy, maybe anything is possible.
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Posted 6/15/13
Choose from one of these 3:

1. She made it up

2. She was hallucinating (I mean, she was on the verge of dying?)

3. An unauthorised person entered her room. Hospitals are not known for the best securities.
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OP nuked.

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