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Are you sure it's a Doppelganger and not a stalker?
I always read that dopplegangers were your exact doubles somewhere in the world. (It's actually German for "double walker") Most people never see them (others do and tell them about it) If a person sees their own doppleganger it's usually a sign of something bad to come. It sounds like she's more of a stalker if she only shows up every place that you frequent.

Back in the early 1990's DOZENS of people told me that my doppleganger worked at a bar in Lansing and was a student at Cooley Law School. I was afraid to go see her and the last person that pointed it out to me also said she was sick of hearing about me, too.


Yes, a doppleganger is your double - often a ghost of you.

This chick is more like a Bad Penny.


She keeps coming back like a fungus. That is creepy.


Lisa, if I didn't know you so well, I'd swear you were making up stories just to entertain us. Hope you lose this chick soon---that would creep me out as well.


Part of the joy of small-town life!


I'd keep an eye on that one, Lisa.

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