True Ghost Story: Demonic Cat

Location: Leduc, AlbertaCanada

The following report was sent into our website by Krista on December 29, 2009:

“My name is Krista, and I am 19 years old. I was living in a pie lot in Leduc Alberta with my parents and my little brother about 9/10 years ago. We had an orange and white Maine Coon cat whom recently had to be put down in 2001. It was 3 days after we had to put Teece (the maine coon) down, and we were all fairly upset by this. In the middle of the night I woke up to a cold breeze across my face. I sat up and saw a light coming from my closet (the computer room was on the other side of the closet). I went to my closet and went to the far door and looked through a crack in the door. The light went off. I shrugged it off and went to go back to sleep. I heard a horrendous sound from somewhere in the basement. It sounded very demonic but at the same time, very cat like. I opened my bedroom door and looked down the hallway towards the bathroom, computer room, and the freezer room and noticed a light in the middle of the three doors in the hallway. I grabbed my glasses and walked towards it. I heard a loud hiss then a growl as I got closer. I put on my glasses and the light had a very distinct orange and white color. I got about three feet away when I noticed it was a cat. His head (only his head) turned around, eyes blood red and he hissed. I screamed and ran back to my room.

My parents came down and asked if I was okay, and they turned on the hallway light. I got up and I showed them and told them what happened. They looked in each three rooms, and they saw nothing. When we looked at the Freezer room concrete floor… there was a puddle of blood and drops leading towards the window. The window in the freezer room is virtually impossible to open, and it wasn’t broken. The blood just disappeared at the window. I believe that Teece knew there was something else in that house and scared me away so I wouldn’t be hurt. I believe that he protected me.”

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