Some of the people on the website know me and here is my story. I'm a 16-year-old male who lives in Pretoria, South Africa. This happened late last year. I love the paranormal. This story includes me, my uncle and 2 sisters before one of them passed away earlier this year (look at my other story "Experimenting with Ouija Board" if you want to know how).
Just a little background to where and when it happened. It was around middle December last year. Me and my two sisters were visiting our grandparents and uncle. They live on a mountain on a small farm and one of the smaller battles of the Anglo-boere war occurred on the mountain. Okay now for the story.
It happened around 2 o'clock early in the morning. Me and my sisters went to go sleep in my uncle's bedroom and he also slept in the room, my uncle slept on his bed and me and my sisters on separate mattresses on the floor (he has a really, really big room). My uncle had tin cans for decoration on shelves in his room on one wall.
We were all asleep and then then all of the sudden we heard cans falling on the floor, like it was falling off the shelves. All of us woke up and when we turned the lights on there was nothing on the floor. Everything was just as it was when we went to sleep. Then we just went back to sleep (this happened 3 times the same night and every time we turned on the lights everything was just as it was when we went to sleep). I was really scared and didn't know what to think of this.
The next morning when all of us woke up I asked everyone if they remember what happened last night. All of them did so I know it wasn't a bad dream. And when I asked my uncle if things like this happened before, he said yes and I asked if he maybe knew if there is a ghost residing in his room. He told me about something that happened in his room a while ago with my grandparents. But I'll write about that in another story.
Thanks to the owners of this site for letting me post my story and thanks to everyone for reading it. Feel free to comment, I love reading comments on my stories.