I have always been interested in the paranormal and supernatural. When I read a ghost story, I can't take my eyes off until I have finished reading. But here are my experiences. But for some of them, I'm not sure if they are real.
When I lived in my first house (I moved twice) I felt like I could feel safe anywhere I go, except for one place: my basement. The basement was the one place I would barely ever go alone. I always needed a brother to come with me to do something. But when I had no brother to come with me, I would just go down there (usually to the deep freezer) get what I needed, then just run back upstairs. Usually I didn't look back, but when I did, I would expect to see something scary, especially a ghost.
When I was in first grade, I once brought home something that could change into an apple or something else. Then one night, as I was playing in the basement with it, I went upstairs to do something, and when I got back downstairs, it was GONE. I couldn't find a trace of it anywhere. The only other person who was down there was my dad, but he would almost never leave his corner of the basement during the day (he was always working on computers). I believe that I asked him what he did with it and I think he said he didn't go over there.
Usually when people on this website tell their stories, they say that some things disappear and reappear somewhere else (kind of like the TARDIS on the BBC show Doctor Who). Anyways, this apple toy didn't reappear, in fact it didn't reappear at all. Lots of things disappear in the basement without a trace.
Then in January of first grade, my grandpa was working on the kitchen floor and was going to put in new tiles. When my family and I went to McDonald's, I got a kids meal and my toy was a transformer. Then one day when I was playing with it in the basement, I went upstairs to do something, I got back downstairs and it was gone. I retraced all my steps and couldn't find it until a few months or years later.
This is part one of my experiences. I'll post part 2 some other time. Thanks for reading!