Monday, September 2, 2013

The Mysterious Doppelganger...!

This mystery was Taylor made for Monday Mysteries, without a doubt!

I personally have never seen a Doppelganger, but can't help but believe that others have! Especially after hearing stories like this one!

Emilie Sagee

Emilie Sagee never saw her doppelganger. Everyone else did, though.

Sagee worked in an exclusive girls’ school. She was a very good teacher, but for some reason she kept moving from one job to another. In 16 years, she had changed positions an impressive 19 times.

In 1845, the school found out why.

Sagee was allegedly the center of some very strange doppelganger activity. Her spectral twin was first seen during a class, as 13 students witnessed the doppelganger standing by Sagee’s side and mirroring her movements. Next, it stood behind her as she ate, pantomiming her movements. Sagee herself was completely oblivious to the apparition, despite the fact that everyone else could see it clearly. However, she did become strangely groggy and powerless during the times the doppelganger manifested, and the wraith was often seen doing things Sagee later said she had been thinking about at the moment, suggesting that she may have had some subliminal control over it.

Soon, the doppelganger ventured beyond Sagee’s immediate vicinity. At first, it appeared to a classroom full of students, sitting calmly in the teacher’s chair while Sagee herself was outside, working in the garden. The few people who dared to approach the doppelganger found they could pass through it, yet it had a texture that reminded them of thick fabric.

Time went by and the apparition became a permanent fixture of the school’s life, freaking people out on a regular basis. The girls’ concerned parents started removing their children from the school. Although Sagee was a model employee on all non-paranormal accounts, the headmistress had no option but to fire her and her ghostly double.

Different but cool...in it's own way! Welcome to September, everyone! Gotta be cooler at some point, right?

Let's have coffee out on the patio today. It's still shady out there and that helps!

13 comments:

Linda said...

Interesting and weird.

HermitJim said...

Hey Linda...
That's what I thought when I first read the story! Gladf you enjoyed it.

Thanks for coming over today!

Glan Deas said...

Oops!! It is so interesting. Hope next will awesome. All the best.


Regards,
Kopi Luwak

HermitJim said...

Hey Glan...
I'm glad that you enjoyed it! I hope that all of the post will be of interest to you.

Thanks for coming over today!

Glan Deas said...

Welcome Hermit!!! I love to read your blogs. I am your regular reader.



Regards,
Kopi Luwak

Momlady said...

Hmmmm, veddy interrresting. Can't help feel sorry for her.

Sunnybrook Farm said...

We just had some regular witches teaching, never any doppelgangers!

linda m said...

How weird; never heard that one before. I feel sorry for the poor girl. I've heard of witches but never a doppelgänger. Cool here this morning but very humid.

JO said...

what an interesting story. Had something like that on some ghost show yesterday said it was the guys twin that died before they were born and it stay on with him. but it was evil sometimes. Amusing stuff.

Windy here this morning so I'll pop over to your place for patio time and of course coffee

Dizzy-Dick said...

It is a good thing I don't have a doppelganger. I have been told that sometimes, one of me is too much. . .

thecottagebythecranelaketwo said...

Cool! But very sad for the poor woman of course.

I do have a doppelganger but a very living one :-) Many of my friends have been talking to him but realised it wasn't me when he looked very confused :-)

I've seen him once when he almost hit me with his car :-) He never saw me though because he was arguing with a woman sitting beside him in the car :-)

Have a great day!
Christer.

Sixbears said...

There used to be someone in town who looked enough like me that we were often mistaken for each other.

Sometimes caused me trouble as he was often seen drinking in bars when I was doing something totally innocent. Glad when he moved away.

At least he wasn't paranormal.

Mamahen said...

Interesting stuff! Glad I don't have one (that I know of) I can get into enough trouble on my own :)) Fyi....I read all your blogs, I just don't always comment.....Since it's bit late i'll bring my own tea n sit-a-spell! Thanks for the invite..