The Mysterious True Story Of Lisa and Crimson Red Bird

Based on a true story

When my younger sister Lisa was eight years old, this occurrence took place. She played a lot and was really mischievous. She had a lot of fun playing in the backyard garden. She adored the garden’s multicolored blooms. 

She once witnessed a crimson sparrow fly and land on her palm as she was having fun in the garden. The sparrow looked like she had known Lisa for years. The red sparrow started to fly with Lisa as she was making her way home from the garden after some time spent there. The sparrow came inside Lisa’s home after she did. The red bird with Lisa was a mystery to all in the house. That red bird would either sit on Lisa’s shoulder or be in her room all the time.

Then, a few days later, Lisa started feeling sick. The doctor saw her, but her condition just grew worse. The red bird did not go off; it simply continued to stare at Lisa. She merely continued to gaze at Lisa.

Lisa was becoming increasingly ill every day and was receiving medication from all of the household members. They were keeping an eye on her oxygen saturation. Lisa’s eyes closed and she died suddenly. As soon as Lisa died, the red bird flew high into the sky and was never seen again.

Some believe that after Lisa died, the red bird was a spirit that liked her and carried her soul to an unknown destination.

Based on a true story 

Written by Fozia Siraj

Fozia Siraj

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