The last story I have posted was about the new home we have recently moved into. This is continuing and new developments have occured.
My husband and I have cellphones, and don't use any sort of landline. Around a week after moving in, we had our washer and dryer moved in as well. One early morning between 5 am and 6am, I started a load of laundry, and started on my daily routine of cleaning. In the kitchen, sweeping, and the washer had finished its cycle. I put the laundry into the dryer and started it. I walked back into the kitchen which is literally two feet away, to continue the sweeping. 5 minutes into mopping the kitchen floor, I noticed the dryer had stopped. I walked into the laundry room, and the dryer door is wide open. I thought that as unusual, because in order to open my dryer you have to put a little yank into the pull, and it's never happened before. So I adjust the dryer, thinking it may just be unbalanced somehow, close the door, and start it once again.
I soon finish the mopping, and decide it's time to take a short break. As I sit down on the couch, the dryer stops again. I walk back into the laundry room, and the dryer door is wide open again. I close the door, and turn it on again and I stand there for 10 minutes, waiting and watching for this dryer door to open again, and of course it doesn't. It soon finishes and I take the clothes out, and put another load into the dryer. Literally as soon as I start it up, I see the handle being pulled and the door slowly opens all the way. I'm in shock, and I say out loud "ok,look I need to finish cleaning, could you leave the dryer alone?" I close the door, nothing further with the dryer.
But, I finish my cleaning and laundry by 12:30 that afternoon. I finally sit down as I have about an hour before I need to pick up the hubby from work. My phone had been sitting on the coffee table all day along with my keys. I pick it up to check for any messages or missed phone calls, and it's completely dead. Now I had it on the charger, over night, and I always turn off the sync because I've experienced the draining your battery effect. I put it on the charger until I leave.
Later that night, my husband starts fiddling with his phone. It starts to blink, and it goes off. Then comes back on by itself. His phone is at around 90% charged, as he only used it for a couple of phone calls earlier in the day. He goes through his phone to try and figure out if it was something syncing or possibly something else, but found nothing. He puts it down, and again his phone starts to vibrate on the table next to him. He picks it up and his phone's alarm starts going off. He turns his phone off, and restarts it. Then my phone which is laying on my lap starts lighting up, and going dark. The only reasons it should light up is if I'm getting a phone call or my alarm is sounding off. I slide my screen open and nothing.
After all this, we let our phones alone for the night. The next day we took them up to a cellphone repair to have them checked. The man told us nothing was wrong, so we called our company, and they checked for viruses, nothing.
Ever since this, my phone will drop a call when I talk to my mother, and my husband's phone acts up every night. Not during the day, just at night. I call and talk to my sister, and sister in law, everyday literally and no troubles. Only when I talk to my mother.
As I sit on the couch, I will gets chills on my legs, and nowhere else on my body, my bangs are continuously touched or moved to the side of my face, and I'm still hearing light whispers from behind me.
I will continue to update on these occurences.