Annie Williams was recording the call of a great blue heron when the voice of her dead dad mysteriously appeared  – sounding a warning that saved Annie’s life!
“I don’t know how he did it, but my father came back from the grave just long enough to protect me from a horrendous fate,” gasped the bewildered bird-watcher.
“He told me to get out of my house before it was too late, and that night the thing went up in flames. If I hadn’t heard my Dad’s warning on the tape, I’d have been in that house when it burned – and I’d have been fried to a crisp.”
Flabbergasted Annie’s excursion into the unknown began one afternoon when she walked into a lakeside park in Ft. Myers, Fla., to capture some bird calls on her new digital recorder.
“I’ve been bird-watching since I was a kid, but a friend and I just got into building a catalog of their calls, something to go along with all the pictures I’ve taken over the years,” said the laid-back bookstore clerk.
“So this day I went out to record these great blues nesting in the park near my house.”
But when unsuspecting Annie listened to his recording later that day, she heard a somber voice that sent shivers up her spine.
“My father died of a heart attack in 2005, but I knew in an instant it was his voice on that recording,” the baffled Williams recalled.
“He said, ‘Honey, get out of that house right now, before it’s too late.’
“And that was all. Talk about shook up – I’ve never been so shook up in my life. I hopped in my car and took the tape over to the house where my two sisters live and played it for them. They both said no doubt about it, that’s Dad all right.
“And they insisted I move in with them right then. They said, ‘Dad wouldn’t go to all that trouble just to scare the hell out of us, you know.’
“So I packed a bag and went to spend the night at my sisters’.”
Eight hours later, flames swept through her old two-story house, burning it to the ground. Firemen blamed the blaze on faulty wiring.
Since then, rattled Annie has handed the hair-raising recording over to parapsychologists for study.
“People who study the supernatural tell me this sort of thing happens all the time,” she said with a sigh. “Maybe so, but I’m still the only girl I know whose dad has come back from the grave to save her life.”

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