I am new to YGS. I have been reading YGS for a couple of months and I really love all the stories. Although sometimes some of the stories do sound a bit over the top and maybe made up, I guess.
I am not sensitive to the paranormal and have the biggest respect for it all and I often wonder if ghosts are real, although my family was, while I grew up, but that is quite another story and some not so nice experiences on their part. I love reading ghost stories and I am sure I am the biggest fan of the TV series "Ghost Whisperer".
I only have one experience when I was about 14 years old (except the one time when I saw the silhouette of a man without a head outside my parents' window when I was about eight or nine years old, but that could have been my imagination or something).
Sorry, back to my experience: we stayed in a flat in Nahoon, East Londen, South Africa. The flat had wooden floors. Many nights we heard what sounded like the wheels of a pram (baby carriage) rolling on the wooden floor, from the room we were standing in to the next room. I know for certain that the sound didn't come from somewhere else. I remember, the first time we heard it, we weren't scared and we didn't feel threatened. It actually sounded funny to us. My mother and I both heard it several times and only at night.
Unfortunately and sadly we had to move back to the Free State, so I didn't have the chance to experience more. We always thought it was the wheels of a pram, but after reading all the experiences here, maybe it could have been something else?