Greetings again, I was going to write about my grandmother's house in my next installment after "Ghost Dog Wanders" but this experience wouldn't get out of my head. As it just happened recently. Starting about three weeks ago, I've been playing music (not on full blast, just about half). First, let me explain about the music system I have.
I would play the music from my computer using Windows Media Player program (I have a Windows 7). This past Christmas, I got new speakers so I could hear the music more clearly and smoothly. The old ones were getting worn out so I didn't use it so often. Along with the speakers set, I have a remote control. There's only one button to turn it on/off. The green light lights up if you turn it on but the green light disappears if pressed off. On the side of the remote is the volume (a scroll, not buttons).
Starting around a week and a half ago, I began starting to hear odd voices during the music that I play, out of place voices that doesn't go with the song at all. At first, I ignored it but it became so repetitive I began to wonder about it. Sometimes I could hear low hoarse whispers when rock songs came on, other times, it would be some sort of a tune that doesn't match the track. Lately, I've pressed the off button to see if I heard anything when the music was not sounding out from my speakers. I heard nothing for 10 minutes so I turned back on, thinking nothing of it.
It started to happen every night, I would turn the music on and I hear out of place voices/noises. Now, just a few nights ago, my dog Susie was up in my room. She was just gnawing on her bone she's been on for days. Then she just stared at the door (the entry way to my bedroom) for several minutes before standing up and stares at it more. She's acting as if there's something there. I heard her growl lowly (which she doesn't very often do but at other animals / people). Right after she growled, I heard the door click. I stopped the music to listen again. It happened again, two more clicks. The lock on the door makes a clicking sound but as I watched the lock, it wasn't touched to be locked or unlocked. Still I heard the same clicking noise. I looked at the time on the computer; it said 10:10pm.
It didn't happen again until the next night. Susie was up here with me in my room and my sister was sleeping in her bunk bed. I heard the door clicking again and my dog growling. It was 10:10pm again. I grew nervous so I walked to the door, opened it and nothing was there. I just shut it again and went back to my chair. It happened the next night, again at 10:10pm, only that time I went to the door and shouted "Leave me alone! I am not afraid! Just get out, you are not welcomed here!" then shut the door again and went back to my chair as usual.
Now, the next night (which was two nights ago) was my scariest experience I've had this past two weeks. It was around 9:00pm, I was on the computer like I was every night. I had to go to the bathroom, so I left my bedroom and walked down the hallway to almost the other end of the hallway. Just as I finished my business and came out. I felt some high-pitched electrical surge go through my head (I always have the since I was a little girl, after all the experiences with those kind of things, I take them as warnings). I grew a bit scared and before I could take another step, I felt someone was far behind me and was actually, running at me! Whatever this thing was, it was somehow mad and was chasing me.
I ran as quickly as I could to my room, slammed the door shut and that feeling went away. I was panting heavily and my heart was racing. My sister who was in the room was looking at me wide-eyed and asked me, "Did you feel like someone was running at you?" I was actually pretty surprised she asked me that since she doesn't really believe in paranormal and ghosts. I told her what had happened and then she told me her story.
Janet (my sister's name) said when she was leaving the bathroom earlier that morning and began to walk down the stairs. She felt a presence behind her and was charging at her. She grew very scared and broke for it; she ran down the stairs even skipping some steps to the bottom and ran into the kitchen. After she ran into the kitchen, Janet said she felt the presence had vanished.
I was half relieved that I wasn't alone but scared for my sister. Then again, the same night, at 10:10pm. All that happened again except my dog wasn't up here with us at the time. But, something odd happened. It gave me shivers since then. I heard voices and noises, so I turned off the music again. It was playing a Japanese song "Heroes Come Back!" (it has some English in it, such as '3-2-1 make some noise!' etc.) I heard the door clicking and my sister's asleep. I went for the door as usual, and shout it to go away.
Now, my music remote control was off and I had my computer on. Somehow, right after I yelled at it. The music turned itself on full blast and the same song came on again, except it was nearing the end. It went "THREE-TWO-ONE!" before I turned off and moved the volume down to where I had it. Just when I approached back to the computer to turn off the remote, my computer screen went black for a few seconds. The monitor or the tower didn't go off, only the screen.
The music thing spooked me the most, the "THREE-TWO-ONE!" bit. It had the timing perfectly and I turned it off before it said anymore after that. I just didn't know what to think of it. I did some research and found that the countdown may be the ghost doing to help themselves cross over? I'm not exactly too sure, what do you guys think about this? And I wonder about the 10:10 thing...
Continuing on, last night, nothing happened. Not even the door clicking or the out of place voices / noises during the music. I was at least relieved that it was gone. I really wondered if the music turns on full blast helped something. I truly don't know. I just found it very strange. I told my sister about it, and she just shrugged it off.
Thanks for taking your time to read! I know this is long.