This story takes place in a house where I have had many ghostly encounters. This is one of them.
It begins when I was about the age of nine. I was sitting in my living room watching TV. The rest of my family were on my grandparents room, so I was alone. The lights in the hallway were off, so the dark hallway was freaking me out a little bit. I was just watching TV when I saw, out of the corner of my eye, a boy about the age of eleven walk up to the light switch. From what I saw, he had blond hair that stopped right at his eyes and had modern clothes on. When I noticed him, I turned to look at him, but he was gone.
I was about nine, so you''re probably thinking it was my imagination. I thought that, too, because I had been thinking about one of my best friends that moved. He was a boy that was my crush. I just thought it was my mind playing tricks on me.
The rest of the story takes place three years later. I was eleven, almost twelve. I was home alone playing on the computer, when I went to the kitchen to get a snack. To get to the kitchen, you had to walk through the hallway I had seen the boy at. I had never liked that hallway, so I walked quickly. As I walked through the hallway, a picture of the boy I had seen three years earlier flashed into my mind along with the name Danny. I didn't know what it meant, so I walked to the kitchen and grabbed my snack. As I walked back through the hallway, Danny popped into my mind again, but as soon as I got out of the hallway, he was gone.
About a month later, I was sleeping on the same couch I was sitting on when I saw Danny. My dream suddenly changed to a black figure coming from the hallway. It quickly changed into Danny. I woke up, sweating, and looked at the hallway. Nothing was there.
We recently moved from that house, but I have not seen or heard from Danny. I have actually not seen him since that first time when I was nine, but I have seen him in my head. Does anyone know why those experiences happened years apart? Or why the dream happened? I would love some answers.