It's been a year since I sent my third story in this site. To update you guys as well, my cousin's family already moved out of my aunt's house after the said ordeal. Good thing my niece is no longer seeing "Leslie" and she's able to speak now without stuttering. Anyways, let me share another story to all of you.
This time, it's my grandmother who is experiencing bizzare things in their house. However, she really get confused at times. My cousin even suggested that maybe grannie's just longing for affection and she's making up stories to catch attention because she's already aging (for the record, my grannie's only 77 years old). Though it gives us the creeps whenever she's saying some "unseen" visitors are poking her back sometimes or they're trying to converse with her. Well, here are some odd stuff that she mentions even during the wee hours of the morning.
My grandmother usually stays in the living room with my aunt and cousins. Sometimes, they would just notice that she's mumbling then would scold someone unseen. She often utters these words "Hoy, umalis ka nga diyan bata. 'Wag ka papasok sa bahay na to a h! (Hey there kid! Get out of this house. Don't you dare enter this place again okay?) ". Whenever they ask her who she is scolding she would respond and ask them "Ayan, yung bata. Di niyo ba nakikita, ang kulit niyan eh" (I am scolding that boy, can't you see him? He's simply playful.") They just usually shrug their shoulders off but the truth is, it gives them the goosebumps. Sometimes, my grannie would laugh without any reasons then would tell my aunt that some people enter their room trying to stay and talk to her.
The creepiest thing that my grannie did happened a couple of weeks ago. My aunt decided to sleep with her in the living room. According to her, she woke up being caressed by my grannie. When she asked my grandmother why she's doing it, she just stared at my aunt, smiled and told her, "Wala tinitingnan lang kita" then continued caressing her. After a minute, my grannie decided to go back to sleep.
Now, we try not to look doubtful or annoyed in front of our grandmother because it makes her feel bad. Whenever she tells us those things and some of us would have the doubtful look, she really gets mad or upset and would ask us if we think she's losing screws. To be honest, I believe her...It's because their former house that stood on that land was the oldest one on that neighborhood and some of those people who stayed in that house said that a child was usually seen playing around.
I hope that someone could shed some light. I am a bit confused. Thanks for reading my story. Until next time...