The Eeriest Synchronicity… Ever

Last Wednesday, my blog post was about synchronicities. The ones I shared that day were upbeat and related to songs being played on our “oldies” radio station.

Late last Tuesday evening (the night before the blog post), I learned that my nephew, Steven, had taken his life. My son, Marshall, and I do 99% of our communicating by text. So I sent him a three-word text: “Steven committed suicide.” It was late, and Marshall didn’t respond, but I thought nothing of it, because sometimes he turns in early.

Early the next morning, we had our usual text exchange and discussed what had happened.

Later in the morning, I received an email from Marshall. In it, he refers to “today’s post”, which was the synchronicity blog post. The “Chris” he mentions in the email is a friend of his who’s an avid Twin Peaks fan.

“Ok.. here goes.. I’m not going to go into a lot of detail, but after today’s post, I had to share, and it’s too much to text.

As you may remember, I ordered the new Twin Peaks set some time back.  There are 18 parts to it, and on my first run-through I got to part 12 and decided to take a break on it until I could talk to Chris about some of it.

I picked it back up recently, and got to part 15 last night, but didn’t start it because I was tired.

I started it this morning and watched about half of it.
Halfway through, a character named Steven commits suicide.”

Got goosebumps?

“Great Northern Hotel”, Twin Peaks (internet photo)

~These Days Of Mine~


8 responses to “The Eeriest Synchronicity… Ever

  1. i am so sorry for your loss and synchronicity is powerful

  2. Definitely synchronicity ….so sorry for your loss, Dianna. Such a tough thing to experience for all. And I used to be a Twin Peaks fan—I need to rewatch it. Maybe I will understand it more than I used to. 🙂

  3. You know how I feel about synchronicity – it comes in all forms – sad and happy that’s for sure. So sorry for your family’s loss.


  4. I’m so sorry for your loss. We just never know…

  5. Oh my goodness, that really was an eerie synchronicity and very sad as well.

  6. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    So many things on this earth we will never understand. We have to hold on to our Faith and continue on. Prayers and love my friend. ❤

  7. Very, very eerie.
    Twin Peaks is a strange one, and to find any similarity between what’s going on in the story & what’s going on in reality will make you pause ..

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