I'm 13/F and му friend is 14/F I'm not sure if this goes in this thing but ya. So we did blodoy mary and nothing happened but we both felt a bad pressence or like something watching us. Then at 12 pm(10 min after we did it) we heard a big bang and got scared then we went down the street and there was a car accident and the 1 car was on fire. If му sister didn't go put in petrol it wouldve been her. Мє and му friend feel that its out fault cs we read something about bloody mary dying in a car accident and another 1 saying in a fire and both of those happened. Is it our fault?
rainhorse68 answered Thursday April 4 2013, 4:29 am: Absolutely not! A coincidence and you didn't cause it. I don't think there's anything particularly wrong with a kind of interest in occult matters and superstitions. It's made a million entertaining books and films. Only don't take things too seriously will you? You will sometimes come across coincidental events which seem to defy reason, thus are supernatural then? Well...no. Simply take a rough estimate of all the things you'll see and experience in a day. Big isn't it? Now multiply it by the number of days you've lived so far. Humongous! Mad coincidences are not only likely, they're inevitable when you roll the dice that many times. So relax. You haven't cursed anyone, you never will. You're not in-league with dark forces! The spooky feelings? Try doing something you don't think you should be doing, something a bit bad...you immediately imagine loads of unseen eyes watching you. Waiting to catch you. It's a little quirk of the mind...call it 'conscience' if you like. And stop worrying. [ rainhorse68's advice column | Ask rainhorse68 A Question ]
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