After reading here for a bit I felt like sharing something quick just to know your opinion. I am 19 and used to live in my mom's house in Madrid (Spain), now I live in England, but still come to this house during summer... mainly because most my friends live in this area. It is not really an old house, it was built around 1940's during the end of the Spanish civil war, it's an 7 floor flat building, and I live in the 6th floor (in america I suppose you would say I live in the 7th but that's not really important). Let's say that a few things have happened...
I remember when I was about 10 or 11, one morning I woke up, probably around 3 am and remember not being able to move but feeling getting repeatedly slapped on my cheeks. It never happened again but I clearly remember my cheeks being bright red in the morning when I went to the toilet.
Other things that have happened is... well let's say that when I am not out, which is very rarely during the summer that I'm here, I spend time until very late on the internet and don't go to sleep until about 6 or 7 am. Every night at exactly 3 am I hear as if it was raining but when I go out to the terrace, there is no rain what so ever, it's always from 3AM to 4AM, every day with no exceptions.
Thirdly I also notice sounds of banging and scraping on the roof every night, when in fact, what is over me is the roof (the top floor is half the size of the other apartments and my room is to the side that is roof) and I can assure you that it could be the wind... But every single day?
That's really the end of what there is to say about this house. But I would like to mention that in the house I live in England (in Eastbourne, South East) is a typical Victorian building with 3 floors plus a basement and an attic. I know two people of my family have died there, and heard some stories which I find irrelevant and don't believe. In any case, what I will say is that my room is always freezing compared to the rest of the house (probably because it's the only one without double-glazing). But I can assure you that some places give me the chills and at night time I have to sleep with the TV on in order to go to sleep. There is also a few things that I haven't been told simply because they preferred not to about my room, probably joking but you never know it simply makes me scared... The funny thing is that I have never experienced anything happening there, except for scraping on the walls at night, but I assume that to be the wind anyway.
So in conclusion, what do you think? am I simply over-wound up about stuff that is nothing weird, or is there any paranormal logic to this?
Thanks and Hi to everyone.