We received the following report in May 2014, however the incident described occurred 3 years prior at approx 6:20am
"I was on the sky train heading downtown one morning, this was a few years ago now, and I had been on the sky train from King George station for about twenty minutes. There were lots of people on the train and there were some seats still available. We were between stations when I heard in a very deliberately audible whisper from a woman say "I saved a seat for you."
I looked around me very briefly but didn't spend much energy on that because there really was no point to doing so. No one was near me to say that, everybody was as they should be or as most people normally are, which is in their own little bubble. It didn't even make sense, which is what struck me most. I had been seated since I got on the train and didn't need anyone to save a seat for me.
I asked my buddy who was across the isle from me, we worked together, if he had heard someone say "I saved a seat for you", to which he responded 'no'. I shrugged it off and my friend didn't ask, so… anyway, ahem, a few minutes later, I heard it again, exactly as I had the first time. Still made no sense, LOL and still there was no one around me to say that in the way I had heard it.
Quickly I asked by buddy if he had heard it that time, to which he replied, "Uh oh, someone's going koo koo." or something to that affect, then he laughed at me.
Anyway, I am 46 now and that was a few years ago. I don't think I had a one time random schizophrenic experience at the age of 43. Never even had anything even slightly odd to report. I am a huge sceptic and it still makes me wonder about my sanity. No one else heard it.
Now, a couple of weeks ago I had another strange occurrence, I was hit with three gusts of wind while sitting on my couch in my front room. There were people in front of me and to my side and , well the gusts just didn't add up. No windows were open and it really wouldn't have mattered because my front door would have had to have been wide open and even then 'three' separated and rapid gusts, just not really possible. Is there such a thing as a schizophrenic gusting experience????
The sky train does pass by a grave yard not far from the station where I heard the voice. I also live about a hundred feet from a grave yard."
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