This Wedding Guest Saw The Groom’s Best Friend…But He Was Killed 7 Years Ago

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How would you feel if you met a man who died seven years ago? As odd as it sounds, that’s exactly what this Redditor claims happened at a wedding in 2015.

When it comes to ghosts, you don’t always have to go to a haunted location to seek them out. Sometimes, they appear in places that you’d least expect them, such as your daughter’s bedroom or, in this case, a friend’s wedding. As this Redditor explains, he was simply having a good time celebrating his friend’s marriage when he ran into a ghost. Below is the story in his own words.

“I went back home for a friend’s wedding. It was September of 2015. I live on the other side of the country. I’m friends with the bride, and have never met the groom. I don’t smoke, except sometimes when I’m drinking, and weddings are made for drinking.”

“So I’m coming in from having a smoke. The wedding reception is on the second floor, and there is a staircase leading up to the second floor.”

“A guy comes up to me before I ascend the stairs. He asks me what wedding I am at, and I tell him. He hands me an envelope and asks me if I can give it to them. It simply says ‘One Love’ on the front. I say yes, and carry on up the stairs.”

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“I go to take a leak and the bride’s father is in the washroom. I hand him the envelope, and proceed on with the night.”

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“Fast forward to March of 2016. I’m on my way to go skiing. Where I go skiing the[re] is no cell reception because it is in a mountain pass. So I always check my cell phone before I enter the pass to see if I have any messages. I check my phone, and I have a message from the bride of the wedding.”

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“‘We think it might have been (the groom’s) best friend who died in a car crash.'”

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