This has to be the most significant haunting that not only I experienced but my whole family. This happened years ago. I was living in Connecticut at the time with my sister, her son who was 2 and my son who was 2 also. I was pregnant with my daughter at the time. We had moved into a very nice 4 bedroom apartment.
When we first moved in, everything was how should we say normal. About 6 months of living in this apartment, very strange things started to happen. The cabinet doors in the kitchen would be open in the morning when we knew that we closed them the night before, and the hall light would never work no matter who fixed it, we even had the management of the complex have an electrician man check it out, even he said there should be no reason for the light not to work. These things just made my sister and I sort of laugh.
But a couple of months went by and our experiences started to become even more strange, even scary. Our sons bedroom was always freezing no matter how high we had the heat, my son would not sleep in it at all I could put him in there and he would cry and scream; I hadn't slept alone for a long time (lol). And our downstairs' closet always smelt like kerosene which really scared us into calling the fire department. They couldn't explain the smell but told us that it wouldn't harm us (they ran different carbon tests).
Well one night when my mom babysat my nephew while my sister was at work, she was sitting on the couch reading and my nephew was supposedly sleeping in the freezing room. My mom heard him talking to someone, when she went to check on him, he was sitting up in his bed, she asked him who are you talking to? He said the mean bubbi (yiddish for grandmother) in the window told me she would be back, now to remind you he is only two, maybe two and a half. My mom was freaked. When she told me this story, it sent chills down my spine. I do have more stories about this apartment. I feel that I made this story long enough but I really feel that this was more significant then some of the others. I wish I did some research on this apartment. I can only imagine the history. I look forward to hearing from you all.