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‘My dad wanted to be cremated. Then he died, and I didn’t know how badly those ashes would haunt me.’: Daughter ‘appalled’ by father’s ashes, keeps them ‘hidden away’ in plastic bag

“The idea crumbled me. Knowing he was at the crematory, and knowing it’d be his turn. Was I eating lunch when they loaded his body in? Was I nursing my twins? Even talking about this is so shameful. His ashes sit in a cupboard. I know they’re there. But I don’t want to see them.”

‘It started with the dreams, but then it got real. I couldn’t deny it anymore.’ Grieving wife finds ‘signs, winks’ EVERYWHERE from late husband

“Before he got sick, we used to joke about ghosts and spirits. He would make fun of me and taunt me with things like Ouija boards. I told him if anything ever happened to me, I was going to come back and prove that spirits can come around. He laughed and said, ‘Okay, I’ll come back and show you, too.’ And boy, has he been showing me.”

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