I am 15 years old and I lived in a house which I believed had ghosts living with me. I was the only person out of my family that experienced the events. I am the youngest in my family and I get scared of things like this quite easily. My mother and I both believe in ghosts. My dad had been living in the same house for over 15 years before I was born and had NEVER had any experiences with them.
My first encounter with them was when I had just turned off my light to go to sleep at around 11pm. I was laying there and heard a deep breath from the corner of the room, it continued and breathed/sighed another 2/3 times before I turned on the light to find NOTHING there at all. This happened to me about 3 times throughout one year.
I also had a different experience in the same house. The rest of my family was downstairs while I was upstairs alone in the kitchen unpacking the dishwasher. I had just finished cleaning the kitchen and had closed up all the drawers and cupboards. As I was leaving the kitchen I heard a faint sigh in the right ear. I assumed it was the dishwasher but it sounded exactly like what I had heard in my bedroom months earlier. I then sat in the loungeroom which was close to the kitchen. As I was watching television I heard drawers and cupboards OPENING in the kitchen. The noises were faint but I knew what I had heard. I poked my head in the kitchen to see what it was and saw that 2 cupboards and 3 drawers were opened slightly. I knew for sure and had remembered closing them when I had finished.
I know that my story may not be as interesting as other peoples' but I am still quite scared from the experience as I get scared easily. I know that the ghost won't do anything to hurt me.
I am just wondering if anyone has any ideas what the ghost was doing when it was opening the drawers and cupboards and if anyone knows why it breathed around me. Nothing has EVER happened to my brother or dad because they don't believe in them - maybe this has something to do with it?
I would just like some tips/info if you might have any to help.