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It (the ghost attack) began when we moved into
our home six years ago. The lid of our daughterís bottle steriliser would
flip off whenever we left the kitchen. Then, the kettle (electric)
would boil by itself, nearly every night.
This went on, but it soon escalated to kitchen utensils being hurled at my partner. When she left the kitchen, a utensil rack with all the parts flew at her back as she came out into the hallway (I saw the utensils land and scatter all over the floor in the hall behind her). It was after this event that we were sure we had a visitor.
Things steadily progressed further, and luckily for
my partner, I became the target. I was being called all sorts of names too rude
to mention. I also started to notice scratches on my body that would
burn at first, and then, appear as scratches, sometimes from my neck to my waist
(I even captured images of one as it was appearing on my neck, but my phone
got wet and all videos and pics were
One night as we trying to get to sleep, my partner said she couldnít warm up (my room is always freezing). I agreed. As we were chatting, she asked me if I noticed anything at the bottom of the bed. When I looked down, you could clearly see the silhouette of a person standing there. It wasnít a solid mass; it had a swirly oil-on-water effect. It was just standing there for awhile, but it soon faded. We made no attempt to speak to it at the time (too scared!).
Another experience that occurred, happened to
my partner when she suddenly awoke to find an old lady leaning over her with her
index finger to her lips in the "Shh" gesture. I donít think she is
connected with the other experiences in our home.
This is now the sixth year in my home, and things have calmed down a lot since we got our two cats; but still, the odd shadow person and scratches still occur.
I would like to receive comments on my story by e-mail, hopefully, from people who have had similar things happen to them, so we donít feel like weíre going mad. (You can contact the author directly at firstname.lastname@example.org)
A ghost attack can often be misunderstood. Sometimes, they are simply the product of a frustrated ghost, desiring to gain the attention (or help) of the family. Other ghost attacks are the product of ill-intentioned human spirits that find enjoyment in frightening victims. In both cases, communication is necessary in order to resolve the disembodied person's issues. Some cases of haunting are more difficult to solve than others. One should not attempt to taunt ghosts as this may elevate the attacks.
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