SleepySprout > Site > Spooky > Closely Related > Ghost Event 002
I'd like to start this entry by stating again for the record: That I'm no writer.
These entries are likely to be garbled, too drawn out and will never see a thesaurus.
That being said, let us begin, shall we?
Ever since I was born I have heard about ghostly/spiritual events from my family and friends. These stories are of close relation, normally including me being/sleeping in the same house at the same time of the event.
This particular story starts out in what I'll call "The Old House". The one my mother, to this day, complains to me that it would have been a lovely house if my "aunt had never played with a ouija board in it".
She's never thought that maybe she played with the ouija board because it was a hotspot for spirits, though. And the older I get the more that makes sense.
Most of the stories I write here from my mother are ones that she has recalled over and over with me. And she's definitely had a few to tell.
It wasn't very uncommon to hear my mother and her husband argue from time to time.
However two similar instances caused them both to become angry and accuse the other of pranking them when it wasn't the case.
My mother woke up at 5am one morning to the piano in the dining room playing by its self. It was so jarring for her that she immediately jumped to the accusation that her sleeping husband was playing a prank on her. She woke him up and fought with him even though he was completely oblivious.
The next time her husband was using the restroom and the restroom sink turned on by its self. Another argument ensued, this time him pointing his finger at her.
Neither had anything to do with either event.
And seeing how this snippet is too small for it's own page, I'll include one more.
She also reports that there was a window in the house that would frequently make a sudden loud shattering noise when no one was nearby- however it was never broken.
She says it was the same for one of the pictures she had hanging on the wall. She would frequently hear it fall off of the wall and break onto the floor but upon inspection it had never moved.