False Arrival Apparition

False Arrival Apparition : is a phenomenon whereby the percipient hears and sometimes less frequently sees another person arrive.  This usually occurs half an hour or an hour or so before the person actually arrives.  

The percipient may hear footsteps on a path, the opening of a gate, the opening of a front door or even footsteps on the stairs.  In Scandinavian countries this phenomenon is common.  Indeed a professor of physics at the University of Oslo did some research in this area.  He speculated that this is a form of communication that has evolved especially among people who live in isolated rural areas.  See also apparition and hallucination.

Source: Mysteries of the Afterlife, Frank Smyth & Roy Stemman, Aldus Books London 1975.

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