My son has been talking to people. I don't know who, because I can't see them, and neither can my husband. I believe that he used to talk to my husband's brother, but now I have no idea who he is speaking to. His uncle passed away just after my son was born. We were living in America when my son was born, his uncle died three weeks later. I couldn't get my son a passport quickly enough to go to the funeral, so my husband went alone. When he came back, he was a changed man, and he insisted on moving back to the UK (he is English, and we had lived in the UK up until I was 6 months pregnant with my son). Anyway, details... so we moved back, and we were staying across the hall from the room in which my brother-in-law had died. My son was staying in that room. He would go to bed around 7 or 8, and we would hear him on the baby monitor talking gibberish (he was a late starter when it came to talking properly, and still struggles from time to time) but when we went up stairs and asked him who he was talking to, he would just point... to nothing... usually the curtain though. This happened quite a lot, and when we moved out, it stopped.
Now we are living with my in-laws again, this time in a new flat complex in Devon. The new flats were built on top of an old retirement home. I didn't think much of it, but doors open by themselves, I hear people walking around on the laminate flooring when everyone's asleep, and I constantly feel like I'm being watched. It's not a bad feeling I get from the house, but I do feel like we're not alone in that flat. Now, my son is almost potty trained, but sometimes he'll wet himself either on the floor in the bathroom, or as he is leaving the bathroom. We thought that these were just accidents, but when we asked him why he did it... he said it was because there was a guy in the bathroom. I took him into the bathroom one day, and I asked him where the guy was. He pointed into the toilet, and said the guy's there. I asked him if the guy was there now, and he said no, and quite happily then went to the toilet.
It's made me a little apprehensive about him going to the bathroom alone, but I don't want to give him a complex, or scare him... he seems scared enough of the guy as it is... which also worries me, because my son isn't scared of much.
I was completely fine with his uncle visiting for late night chats... but this new development in the toilet has kind of freaked me out. I've had experiences with ghosts before, so it's not so much that it's a ghost that scares me, it's the fact that it seems to be bothering my normally unflinching son.