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By holyshitbatman / Friday 9 November 2012 04:53 / United States - Toledo
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  rattusrattus  |  19

I wouldn't. They're protection spirits. People used to think the first being buried in a churchyard would have to guard the place forever, so to spare a human that fate and let them go to heaven, they would bury a dog.

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That would still kinda freak me out if I had a spirit following me. I believe in protection spirits and guardian angels but I'd rather not know a large black dog was following me around...

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  xNephilim  |  19

I'm pretty sure a hell hound or devil dog would've attacked OP by now, but considering OP is still alive to tell the tale, I think it's just a case of the loonies or a protection spirit.

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  klrindal  |  19

You guys are morons if there was really ghosts and spirits they would be everywhere so many people and animals have died in the past why are only a few of them ghosts and spirits? Idk how people believe this stuff.

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  AKGirlinSD  |  23

It is sweet, indeed. What if the guy isn't actually that crazy and really can see apparitions? Hell, there's a ton of shows on tv, daily, about people who track down apparitions, all over the world. I'm just saying, the guy doesn't sound crazy unless he said this after taking some sort of illegal drug possibly mixed with alcohol.

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  AKGirlinSD  |  23

I meant that it was sweet that the guy spoke up about what he saw and told his now ex-girlfriend or boyfriend, aka the OP. No one can force the OP the believe in these apparitions.

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  crw1017  |  23

If I'm not mistaken, wouldn't this be a hellhound? Supposedly, if it shows itself to you so many times, you'll die. Though if its following someone around, then it's just protecting them.

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  AKGirlinSD  |  17

You're speaking the truth, which doesn't make you sounding morbid. But I wanted to state a similar comment that it usually symbolizes death. You just had more courage to do so than I.

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  nochopstix  |  17

Yes, depression is also referred to as a black dog... There's actually a book titled 'My Black Dog' or something, it helps explain depression a little.

By  Michie1228  |  16

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  doodlecloud  |  16

Same. :) Still not sure what I personally believe about it all but his stories pretty convincing...some stuff you can't make up. And it's interesting how people around the world and throughout history have seen the same things with no connection. Maybe it's just how the human brain works, maybe something more. I imagine our comments will get thumbed down to hell either way though...people who haven't personally experienced this kind of stuff are not very tolerant...I don't particularly blame them though, I would have laughed a few years back too.

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  doodlecloud  |  16

4 - I don't think you understand. She's saying that if you can't deal with it then don't go out with him but then using her personal example to illustrate that OP may not want to immediately assume that he's crazy and start being creeped out because, in her opinion, some people have that kind of ability and it doesn't stop them being good boyfriends. Jeez.

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