Let me start by saying this story mostly involved my mother, along with my kid brother and stepdad. For those that have read my other stories, this one also takes place in a small town in Ohio, my hometown. My mother had just moved into a house, which lay a mere 100 yards from our town's McPherson cemetery. My mother's house was being severely haunted by a ghost, to the point where she called in a paranormal team to investigate.
Now the paranormal team came in and did the usual EVP, heat sensor tests, audio, visuals, etc. However, whenever my wife (my finance from my earlier stories, we are now married) and I would go there, we barely felt a tingle in the air, and we both are ultra sensitive to this stuff. I started to think my mom was maybe having just a small haunting, and not the massive one she kept stating.
Now the paranormal team did get SOME evidence, such as EVP's and the occasional moving object (mostly Hot Wheels cars down the hallway). But nothing to even make me worried for my son's safety when she watched him. That was until my wife and I went to a Habachi steakhouse up near Lake Erie in Port Clinton (my wife LOVES sushi).
Now, we have been to this place 50+ times, and we know what to expect. Small talk with the other random people at the table and great food. As we sat down, my wife and I had a weird feeling and when we don't want people to hear us we sign to each other, as we both know sign language. At our table were elderly couples, all probably in their late 60's or early 70's. As we were eating the couple directly next to us kept looking at us, and we felt very weird. It was like a cold soul-piercing stare that made us both uncomfortable. Eventually we had finished eating and the man looked at me and said in a whisper, "That woman in the house... She was a real b*$#^!" I admit I was confused and thought he was talking about our waitress or something and said, "Excuse me?". Then his wife said something that literally froze my wife and I in place.
"That house, your mother bought it, the woman there was the worst. She'll get her, she was a b$&*^ in life to her husband and when he died, she just got worse. You best watch out, watch your little boy."
We were flabbergasted! This man and woman had never met us in our entire lives. Not only that, we were at a restaurant 20+ miles away from my hometown. We had even asked if they knew my family or how they knew I was my mother's son, anything that could connect them to somehow know me and my family, but all they would say is they know that house is evil, and the woman still there was the worst. Within seconds we got the check and got the hell out of there. Right as we were leaving I looked back at the table and they were looking at us smiling, and my blood ran cold. It was like a serial killer staring at you, just filled with absolute creepiness.
Even today we get creeped out going to that restaurant, because I mean out of all the people in Northern Ohio, how did we sit beside the 2 people that would "warn" us of this "woman"?
My mother moved out within 3 months, and is ghost free again.