Moving into a new home can be scary enough, but you wouldn’t think the risk of possible attacks by ghosts would be one of them.
Older homes are more likely to be haunted, because former residents can have an emotional attachment that somehow manifests as ghostly energy,But even newer houses can have ghosts.
Ghosts have never been scientifically proven, but Settle says if you experience any of the following phenomena, you might be at risk of an attack from beyond the grave.
Normal houses have settling noises that come from the ceiling, but haunted homes often have weird knocking or banging sounds emanating from the closet, floor or basement.
Household Items Move
Ghosts have been known to move around things like keys and books to other places in the house. The choice of items seems to be random.
Rogue shadows” are different than normal shadows, looking more like static off a TV screen. Also look for dark spectres, outlines, black masses, and menacing silhouettes.
Strange Behavior From Kids Or Pets
Be very aware of your child’s so-called imaginary friends: They might be entities trying to harm them. Also, take notice if your normally well-behaved child starts doing mean things or has sudden crying jags.
Feeling Of Being Watched
All alone in your condo but don’t feel quite alone? Sure, it could be the NSA, but it also could mean that ghosts are watching you watch TV.
Terrifying dreams that reoccur can be a sign that you’re being haunted. The mind is supposedly more receptive to paranormal entitites when asleep.
Electronic Devices Spontaneously Turn On
Ghosts apparently get their jollies turning on water faucets or running appliances willy-nilly. TVs and blenders are common devices affected. Sadly, most warranties do not cover items damaged by paranormal activity.
Ghosts have been known to write on walls. Sometimes they will scribble the name of someone or a simple “Get out!”