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    (Original post by WildBerrySpirit)
    :laugh: If only that were the case.

    Sure is. I couldn't fall asleep after.
    If only! It's better to not think about it :p:.
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    Are you kidding?
    Nope. I've had notes played on the piano when I've been the only one home, knives falling off the worktops, the computer switches turning on and off, lights turning on and off, random puddles of water appearing, you really do get used to it
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    Probably a rat or something. Much more likely than "poltergeist"
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    (Original post by Megaross)
    Probably a rat or something. Much more likely than "poltergeist"
    I certainly don't have a rat in my room.
    Just the thought of it makes me want to throw up. :nothing:

    (Original post by Emmie3303)
    If only! It's better to not think about it :p:.
    Well, I've had a peaceful nights sleep from there-on, so it's all good. :cool:

    (Original post by Cake Faced Kid.)
    Nope. I've had notes played on the piano when I've been the only one home, knives falling off the worktops, the computer switches turning on and off, lights turning on and off, random puddles of water appearing, you really do get used to it
    That's still quite frightening, I don't think I could get use to that.

    I usually hear the sound of footsteps on the stairs quite often, even though there's no one present. It was pretty scary to begin with, but like yourself I've gotten used to it now.
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    (Original post by WildBerrySpirit)
    Well, I've had a peaceful nights sleep from there-on, so it's all good. :cool:
    Yay :grin:.

    If you start hearing whispers and seeing black smoke that makes a clanking noise then you can start worrying again .
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    Happens a lot in my house. Spooky, but I just try not to think about it, haha.

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