When I still lived with my parents, I experienced a paranormal incident that I will take to my grave.
We were just moving to our new house. Everything was great - it had a huge backyard, a pool, an indoor garden with glass walls, its own library. But... The problem was that huge, eerie window next to the sink in the kitchen. I felt uneasy and felt melancholy when approaching just a bit. I didn't really pay attention to it, but the feeling of dread remained.
The first incident that happened was when I was helping mother in the kitchen by washing the dishes. As I had mentioned before, the sink was next to the same, infamous window that would give me the chills. I proceeded with what I was doing and decided to look out the window when I noticed a girl about my smallest sister's age (6). I even thought she was my sister, but I knew my sister could never afford to look as clean and presentable as the girl. The girl was staring out the window miserably and occasionally moved her head from side to side, looking frantically from the glass. She began to sob quietly, but for an eerie reason, she didn't notice me there. My thoughts about her being my sister changed when my mom, who was near me (by the stove next to the sink) told me to go call my sister because breakfast was ready. I was shocked, my mom has a better sight than me and yet didn't see the girl by the window (she had even turned to the window)! I turned around to the window and was about to tell mom that my sister was here when I realized the girl had vanished. I decided to blame it on my glasses for reflecting the sunlight, but what were the chances that would've happened when I wasn't directly where the window was?
The second incident that happened was experienced by my mom. As she came back from the market, she reported seeing a little girl sobbing, looking out the window. She asked if it had been my sister and me, but I merely looked at her as if she had just grown wings. I told her that it couldn't have been either of us because my sister had been asleep on my lap while I read on the couch since before mom left to when she came back.
Now, I knew they might be something that never did or no longer belongs in this world.