This happened to me literally right now (2am). I live in a two story unit/townhouse/apartment. Upstairs is my two bedrooms (the master bedroom has a veranda off of it) and my bathroom. Downstairs is my lounge room and kitchen. Outside in my court yard, I have an outside laundry and my clothesline screwed to the wall.
My bathroom has an all in one shower/bath and above that is my bathroom window which looks out over my clothes line and court yard.
I was downstairs hanging my washing out. As I looked up at my clothes line, I saw a shadow go past my bathroom window.
Immediately, I came back inside to check to make sure someone hadn't gotten in through my veranda door as I have recently been broken into this way while I was away on holidays. My kitten was sitting inside my back door, looking towards my lounge room (the stairs to go upstairs run off my lounge room). She was acting strange as she usually lays on the lounge while I go outside to hang the washing out. It's not like her to sit inside the back door like she did.
I slowly walked up the stairs, which look straight into my bathroom, NOTHING, I then opened the spare room door, NOTHING, check my bedroom, STILL NOTHING.
This is not the first time I have seen and heard things in this unit since moving in. Only last night, while lying in bed reading my book I smelt a foul smell, like rotting flesh. It came through my bedroom door (which is right beside my bed) and headed towards my veranda and then disappeared. I have heard voices, music, chanting but can never make out what is being said.
Before I went away on holidays, every single night I would hear an elderly aboriginal woman singing and talking, but could never make out what was being said. I learnt to ignore it as it was happening so frequently. But since coming home, so far, I have not heard this, just smelt this horrific smell.
My kitten was carrying on last night as well. While using the bathroom, she was outside the bathroom door, arching her back, running towards the top of the stairs then back to the bathroom door.
Thanks for reading. I hope I get some nice feedback.
P.S while writing this, my kitten has started running from my kitchen to my lounge room with her back arched, tail all fizzed up like she is being chased.