My husband was stationed at Ft. Wainwright, AK with the Army. We lived on base in some of the oldest family housing there. It was built in the 1930's and had been used as barracks before it was family housing. Almost as soon as we moved in, I sensed that we weren't alone in the house.
I started having nightmare which I don't usually have and would wake up in the middle of the night feeling like something was standing over me. My cat would stare at random spots on the walls and ceiling. My dog would bark and growl for no reason. Sometimes I would be alone and feel like I was being watched. I've had experiences with the paranormal before and I never felt threatened but whatever was there. But when it learned a new trick it really started to annoy me.
It started out when a remote disappeared. Of course my husband and I blamed each other and tore the house apart looking for this remote to no avail. We actually had to go to the cable company and buy and new one.
About I month later we were going to bed and as my husband pulled the covers back the remote was in the middle of the bed. I KNOW that the remote wasn't there when I made the bed that morning. We we're just kind of like "huh". I just put the remote on the nightstand and went to bed. When little things kept disappearing and turning up in strange spots, we began to think that maybe it was our invisible roommate doing it.
Things really seemed to escalate when my husband left for Iraq. I was alone in the house so I know that if I didn't move stuff then, it must be something else messing with me. When my toothbrush went missing I had had enough. I said loudly to whatever was there that it wasn't funny anymore and I give it back.
The next day I found my toothbrush on a shelf in the mudroom. Things stopped disappearing but I think I must have hurt its feelings because I started getting the feeling of being watched more and more. Also there were times when I actually started to feel uncomfortable in my own house.
One night it got so bad I had a friend come over to stay the night because I just didn't feel right by myself. We hung out for a while and went to bed. I went to my room and almost as soon as I laid down I heard her door slam shut. I jumped up to see what was wrong. I opened the door and she was terrified. She said that she watched the door slowly close and then as it got closer to being shut, it just slammed. Now I feel I should tell you that this is in the dead of winter in Alaska. It's -40 out and there are no windows open and no drafts. We ended up both sleeping on the couch that night and shortly after that I was offered a chance to move houses and I took it.