I had a question and I was hoping to get it answered: My boyfriend has a friend he grew up with in school pretty much all their lives, he had ended up with another of their mutual friends and began dating, this friend of his just recently moved out and they both broke up, I really didn't get in to why, but he had always told my boyfriend that the house they were living in together was haunted. My boyfriend asked him "well why do you say that" and one of many occurrences, he finally couldn't handle it. He exclaimed to my boyfriend that the house they lived in together used to belong to her sister.
She was murdered there, actually her husband shot her with a shot gun before turning the gun on to himself leaving their son with no parents whom now lives with his grandmother. Aside from objects being moved and noises phones constantly ringing etc. He explained an instance where he had just had it.
It began one night when his girlfriend went out with her mom for the evening, he decided to stay home and head to bed early that night. As he gets comfortable to set in, he turns out the light and it is pitch black, pretty much but the glow from the digital light was bright enough to see a silhouett,e actually if you know what I am speaking of, then that small red light illuminates pretty good (those digital alarm clocks). As he was dozing off, he felt like a tug on the foot of the bed, more like someone sitting down, now his girlfriend had already been gone for about an hour at this point, so he figured it was her and she came home he decided to play asleep and scare her as he waited, acting asleep, he could see her coming toward the side of the bed which he was facing, right next to the clock so he could tell it was her (well a woman).
She stood there, he jumped up and yelled RAGGHHHH! And while grabbing her legs he felt her inner thigh, expecting her to scream, all he heard was a gasp like someone gasping for air then the shape turns around and walks calmly away toward the door, this in turn scared him, so he threw his pillow at her and shouted her name (dammit christine) so he jumped up and turned on the light to run out to the hallway. There was no one there, he searched the whole house, even outside but nothing, either way, he knew that whatever it was could have not gotten away that fast from the bed to the door.
He was so freaked out he couldn't even stop jittering. His Girlfriend finally came home, and was surprised at his behavior, but was not surprised at the story. But what gets me is that I am sure that whatever it was, was also surprised at how he unwittingly tried to scare it. I don't think it expected that as it gasps for air, anyway, what I was wondering is he asked "how in the hell could I have felt it" when I jumped up to scare who I thought was my Girlfriend? Can ghosts be touched like that?