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Sainte-Claire1875

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« Reply #45 on: January 04, 2006, 10:22:27 PM »
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About Anne Boleyn's ghost, I think that she also haunts the Queen Anne hotel. Its located in California, I think.I would not want to see her ghost, she had purple eyes...spooky! :o


Anne Boleyn in California? What would bring the Tudor queen to American soil? I don't know if I can believe that much. Nor could I believe the purple eyes. That just seems far-fetched. But it is very likely that she does haunt the Tower, as that is where her untimely death occurred--and it was a horrible way to die--being beheaded. That kind of thing could create some sort of a haunting, I'm sure. Traumatic and horrible events often lead to some sort of an energy being left behind...

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« Reply #46 on: January 08, 2006, 02:24:59 PM »
I've read where many of you were visited by members of the IF, returned here from the spiritual world.

I've had dreams about them--most recently, I dreamed of the murders.  I was one of the daughters, don't know which, and I felt pressed against my torso something sharp which wouldn't go through. I was terrified.

At least, for me, it was only a nightmare.

Peace,

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« Reply #47 on: June 24, 2006, 08:00:16 PM »
Hi.
I don't know if anyone has ever heard of this cable tv show called "MOST HAUNTED". It's this group of spiritual pshycics and historians that go explore old English houses and castles that are supposed to be haunted. They go in and talk to spirits that supposedly roam that area. The show airs on the Travel Channel, Fridays I think.

I've always wondered if they'll ever go abroad, and of course, to Russia to see if the Church of the Blood is haunted by the Imperial Family. Maybe they could talk to NAOTMAA and find out what really happenend to them; what it was like for them in those final hours and maybe say who is missing from the grave...

Does anyone else hope this might happen? I think it'd be interesting.

David_Pritchard

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« Reply #48 on: June 24, 2006, 11:57:56 PM »
Now we have seen it all. Questions regarding Romanov ghosts and low budget pseudo-reallity shows. I do not believe that they would spend the money to visit Russia when they have thousands of convenient houses to serve their purposes (low cost entertainment) in the UK.

Should there actually be a church which the IF haunt, I suggest visiting the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul, for most of them are buried there and in front of which the four grand dukes, Pavel Aleksandrovich, Nikolai Mihailovich, Giorgii Mihailovich and Dmitri Konstantinovich were murdered in 1919. It should be remembered that the son of Peter the Great, Aleksei Petrovich, was also murdered in the surrounding fortress and buried in the little room (under the stairwell to the steeple if I remember correctly) across from the room where Nikolai II, Aleksandra and the rest of the Ural victims are buried.

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TheAce1918

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« Reply #49 on: June 25, 2006, 11:21:12 AM »
I agree with David

But still...it would be interesting.  If it all was taken seriously and not some silly special on the Sci-Fi Channel or something like that!

Romanov_Fan19

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« Reply #50 on: June 25, 2006, 03:21:39 PM »
Ive always thought about posting a thread on Romanov Ghosts   and Haunted Romanov Palaces :)

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« Reply #51 on: June 25, 2006, 03:46:59 PM »
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Now we have seen it all. Questions regarding Romanov ghosts and low budget pseudo-reallity shows. I do not believe that they would spend the money to visit Russia when they have thousands of convenient houses to serve their purposes (low cost entertainment) in the UK.

Should there actually be a church which the IF haunt, I suggest visiting the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul, for most of them are buried there and in front of which the four grand dukes, Pavel Aleksandrovich, Nikolai Mihailovich, Giorgii Mihailovich and Dmitri Konstantinovich were murdered in 1919. It should be remembered that the son of Peter the Great, Aleksei Petrovich, was also murdered in the surrounding fortress.

David


Hmm...I never thought of that. The money part of it I can understand...Russia's pretty far from...well anywhere, really! Peter and Paul Cathederal, I suppose it would make more sense for a haunting to happen there because that's where most Romanovs are buried, but I always thought the Church of the Blood would be it for the IF because that's where they all died...you know?

I just thought it would be interesting to see...see if Prince Christo was right about his apirition of Tatiana saying that AA wasn't Anastasia.

David_Pritchard

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« Reply #52 on: June 25, 2006, 04:00:16 PM »
Actually no member of the Imperial Family died where the Church of Our Saviour on Spilled Blood was built. I do believe that one or two members of the Imperial Cossack Escort were killed here by the bomb that mortally wounded Emperor Aleksander II on 1 March 1881 Old Style or 13 March 1881 New Style. The spot is named spilled blood because the emperor lost his legs or parts of his legs (thus large amounts of blood) here but he died in the Winter Palace.

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« Reply #53 on: June 25, 2006, 04:25:11 PM »
I'm sorry, I decided I would like to share a statement. For the mainstay of real Russian Orthdox believers, and I am one, we give no credence to ghosts, houses haunted, channelling, or anything of the like. We certainly hold on to what has been our foundation for all these centuries, our religion, our faith, and the holy bible, nothing more, thank you!

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« Reply #54 on: June 25, 2006, 04:41:40 PM »
Actually, if you want to know about the IF haunting places....... just take a good look around here!

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« Reply #55 on: June 26, 2006, 08:57:10 PM »
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Actually, if you want to know about the IF haunting places....... just take a good look around here!


amen sista.... ;D

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« Reply #56 on: July 03, 2006, 03:30:26 AM »
i've not seen the programme, but you know, if they did do that there, it might increase interest about the family. just a thought

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« Reply #57 on: July 03, 2006, 05:57:29 AM »
I got to agree here with Tania, though with a certain distinction: I beleive in things, what might look like ghosts, but they are not...I beleive, our emotions, or let's say emotional fingerprints can be strong enough to cerate a special atmosphere in certain places, even after we left it. Perhaps in the above mentioned places we would feel kind of fear or Angst...But I want to beleive, that the souls (if souls exist..) are not there, trapped between two or more worlds, dimension, whatever you call it, but I like to think of them as entities who already found inner peace-call it Light, Heaven, Nirvana or anything else.
I am not sure I was able to express these in English.

TheAce1918

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« Reply #58 on: July 03, 2006, 11:42:38 AM »
I agree with Nathalie regarding our 'emotions'.  And I respect Tania's post.  
But I still believe that the imagination runs wild with legends like these.  The fate of the IF was very sad and rather untimely...no matter what political opinion.  :'( The thought that so many authors perscribe as 'a fairytale world' triggers the mind to believe that their spirits/ghosts are still living the lives they knew so well.  
I myself have thought of it, though I cannot say that I believe in ghosts or or the supernatural[unless I witness it ;D ;)]  but when I look at photos of the old palaces, the ballrooms and chambers, I often wonder if they were still there, going about their lives.  For those who wonder and even believe, if the Standart still roams the waters near Finland, or if an opulent ball is taking place at Livadia just as the sun sets.  It was out of respect, admiration and curiosity that the psyche weaves. :-[

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« Reply #59 on: July 03, 2006, 04:31:58 PM »
At times like these I regret heavily, that I am so dumb in picture adding-don't even try t explain, Im a natural born philos and will probably never understand:( anyway, there is one pic circulating in this forum about 2 grandduchesses, maybe Marie and Olga, im not sure..They are standing on the Standart and talking with one sailor. The pic has this yellowish-brownish colour...The ship's deck is empty, only 3 persons and the road of the deck runs literally to the sky, cz on the photo, you cannot see the end.

I looked that picture for minutes silently and I felt like these 3 persons are frozen there...it gives such an empty, strange feeling, like it is in an other dimension. Like those 3 will always stand there in total silence and watch each other-it was kinda weird feeling, really.
Perhaps in an other dimension or whatever you call it, they still dance there somewhere in the palace. Some people say, in places of great battles, such as Verdun or Waterloo, sometimes scream and war-cry can be heard, as if the soldiers are destined to fight over and over again.

Ok, its getting creepy:)