The Possession of Poppy

I love ghost stories. I find them particularly fascinating when they are true stories.

One of the Facebook groups I participate in occasionally is called ‘Horror and Paranormal Activity‘. Another member of that group recently asked ‘What is your ghost story?’ I gave them the answer most of you know from the article ‘Mischief and Magic‘ (if you don’t know the story you can see it in the image below). The person who replied next caught my attention.

A Ghost Possession

If you’re reading this in a format that doesn’t display images, here’s what he says:

“I have been possessed by a ghost, it’s not fun. You have no control over your body….[if] you have any questions about it just ask me”

So I did!

Antony Copeland Were you aware of the ghost before it possessed you?
Poppy Charmed Yes, but I did not ever think it would go inside of me.
Antony Copeland Had it been around for a while then?
Poppy Charmed Being possessed hurts a lot.
Poppy Charmed Yes since the 70’s, But I move into my house in 2005, I did not know anything about the house dark past, the owner did not fill me in on that until I began to look into the back ground of the houses history.
Antony Copeland Did you find out who the ghost was?
Poppy Charmed Yes, it was a Seventeen year old girl who killed her parents and her new born sister.
Antony Copeland Did you learn this through research, or while she was inside you?
Poppy Charmed Both,But I had to relive it in her memory’s. That was horrible. Seeing her parents beg for mercy before she took their heads, and she beheaded her baby sister. No matter what I did I had to relive that over and over again.
Antony Copeland Were you paralysed, or did she move you?
Poppy Charmed Yes, I Could not move at all, but how she met her end was what I felt.
Antony Copeland How did she meet her end?
Poppy Charmed The police telling her to put down the knife or they will shoot, Then I felt the bullet’s rip through my body. My friends told me that I screamed like never before. But that was only the start of it.
Antony Copeland What happened next?
Poppy Charmed It spoke, I had no control over my mouth or my voice, it sounded like me, but it was not me.
Antony Copeland What did it say?
Poppy Charmed That she was very sorry for what she did, and that she knew that what she did was bad. That when she died she said she woke up in a place where she had to relive her murder over and over again. She wanted to be free from the place she was sent.
Antony Copeland Were you able to free her spirit, or is she still trapped there?
Poppy Charmed The place where she was worse.
Poppy Charmed My friends told me that once you kill somebody you can’t be set free. You have to pay for your crimes.
Antony Copeland Before the pain of the phantom bullets, what did the possession feel like?
Poppy Charmed Like your insides are on fire and there is nothing you can do.
Antony Copeland Spirits can be banished. I’ve done it.
Poppy Charmed Not all of them, if they are truly ever, they won’t leave with out a fight. The girl inside me was not ready to leave.
Antony Copeland She didn’t just leave after she delivered her message?
Poppy Charmed No she did not. Not without a fight.
Antony Copeland How did you get her to leave?
Poppy Charmed She did not like it that she was told to leave, so she became angry.
Antony Copeland What happened then?
Poppy Charmed I had to make a deal with her.
Antony Copeland What was the deal?
Poppy Charmed That if she left me I would in return help the lost sprites, and I can also sense ghost now. Then I woke up. I was possessed for ten days.
Poppy Charmed I still live in that house today. I can still sense her in the house. But she has not tried to possess me again. She was a girl who was lost and misunderstood. She killed her family out of hate because she was abuse by her father and her mother knew about that and did nothing. I found that out after I was possessed. Her father made her do sexual thing with him,I also had to relive that.
I was blown away by this. I’d never heard a first hand account of someone being involuntarily possessed by a ghost before!
Poppy is a 34 year old male living in Alberta, Canada. It’s not his birth name, in case you were wondering. If you’re as intrigued by Poppy’s story as I was you can ask him about it yourself by following on of the links above to his Facebook profile. Be sure to send me a friend request too while you’re at it!
If you prefer your ghost stories good and fake, please give The Haunted Story: Dead Letter a read. I’m currently working on The Haunted Story: Investigation, which follows on from Dead Letter and and shows you what the ghost of Mark Anderson can do. Thanks to Poppy Charmed I’ve been able to plug a major plot hole!
Fans of the Horror genre should also check out the Darkness Within Ezine. The new VP of which did the amazing cover art for the Kindle version of The Haunted Story: Dead Letter!
The Haunted Story - Dead Letter eCover
Do you have any real-life ghost stories you’d like to share? I’d love to hear them.
Have a great day! 🙂
I sent Poppy a link to the article, to make sure he approved of it, and something amazing happened!

Poppy – Thank you for telling my story.

Me – You’re welcome. Anything to add? Anything you want remove?

Poppy – The girl name was Livea, becouse to told me.

Me – Awesome. Anything else?

Poppy – She want to talk to you.

Me – I’m listening

Poppy – Ok this is your one opportunity to talk to her, so I will let her in my body for a little while. If you have any questions for her this would be the time to ask,

Me – Okay. I appreciate it. Livea?

Poppy (as Livea) – yes.

Me – Is there anything specific you want to tell me?

Poppy (as Livea) – I am sorry for killing my family, I only wanted daddy to stop hurting me, and for mommy to listen.

Me – I can tell the world you’re sorry. Would you like to move on?

Poppy (as Livea) – I would, but I have to pay for my crimes, hell is real. I am in there. I want to give out one last message.

Me – I’m listening

Poppy (as Livea) – I am sorry and that don’t let this happen to anyone els. That evil is real and so is hell. The devil is real. In hell you must relive your crimes over and over again. That is my punishment.

Me – I will tell them. It’s going to be okay. Anything else you need to tell me?

Poppy (as Livea) – Let them know you spoke to me, goodbye Antony Copeland.

Me – I will. Goodbye Livea

Poppy – She is gone, I can’t feel her anymore or sense her.

Me – I hope she forgives herself.

Poppy – Me too. What was her message.

Me – I’ll add it to the article. That was intense. I can’t imagine what it was like for you

Poppy – My body feel like it was set on fire. My skin is very hot right now.

Me – I think you’re amazingly brave to agree to be her conduit like that. You probably need to rest, right?

Poppy – Your welcome. Let her story be heard, print it, that is what she would have wanted. I have to lay in cold water now. But thank you for this. Bye.

Me – Thank you too. Goodbye for now.

I’m shaking right now! Share this with everyone. If you have the means to publish this, even if it’s only a local community magazine, please print this! Maybe if Livea’s message spreads to enough people her curse will be lifted and she can finally rest in peace, and leave poor Poppy in peace also.
This is one of the strangest experiences I’ve ever had. Have you had a similar experience? Tell us in the comments.
Have a great day 🙂

5 thoughts on “The Possession of Poppy

  1. My first thought when I saw Poppy Charmed comment in the group was ‘ghosts don’t possess, demons do’. That’s why I was curious. It was a story that contradicted my preconceptions of ghosts. I love stuff like that. However, after a paranormal investigator on Quora echoed my preconceptions, ‘Livea’ confessed to actually being a demon with no intention of leaving it’s host. The demon spouted the usual dumb cliches they always do, like ‘How dare you mock me!’ and ‘His mother made a deal with me…I am only collected what is mine’. It was all thoroughly disappointing. Even the ghost’s fake name is ‘a evil’ backwards. So lame. I’m going to stop promoting this article. The attention-seeking vermin doesn’t deserve our time. I feel foolish for sharing it’s story with the world.


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