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Hark the Harold Angels Sing

Definition: Christmas Ghost Story

 

On Christmas Eve night, 1978 at about 3:00 a.m. in Klammath Falls, Oregon, I was suddenly aware and awakened by a choir singing. The house was new construction, miles from the nearest church. I strained to hear any words that I could understand or a tune that I could identify, but I could not understand the language or tune. I did get a feeling of "angelic" exaltation, reverence and gladness of heart. This was truly a heavenly choir lifting their voices on high, singing hosanna in the highest, in an unknown tongue, without accompaniment of instruments.

I examined the television, but it was turned off, as was the radio. I explored outside, but the singing was not heard outdoors. The way the countless male, female and children's voices entwined together, the tonals going from operatic highs to the deepest bass voices in perfect harmony. It must have lasted about 10 minutes, but it was touching for an eternity. - Mel Shrum

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Christmas Ghost Stories

 

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| A Call From Beyond | Automatic Drawing - A Christmas Ghost Story | Christmas Church Ghost | Christmas Eve and Ghost Stories | Christmas Ghost Caress | The Christmas Visitor | Santa Stuffs The Stockings | Santa and and Elf | Santa at the bedroom door | Poltergeist - It Started One Christmas | Haunted Christmas | Bakers Dozen | Eavesdropper | Yule Log - Used for ghost stories | St. Lukes - A Christmas Mass | Spinning a Winters Tale | Mothers Christmas Present | The Pushy Ghost | Warned by Guardian Angel | Seaside Ghost | The Lost Ghost | Christmas Phone Call from Heaven | The Golden Feather |

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