I actually have a few paranormal experiences but in two different houses.
Five years ago my mom rented a 70 year old house and we all moved in (me, siblings, grandma). At first I never noticed anything strange except for these really light footsteps sounds and clicking locks of the doorknobs but I just thought it was all old house noises or one of my relatives.
Three years later my grandma's house was finally livable and she and my sister moved there. Now it was only me, my mom, and brother living in the house. My mom at the time starts building tables and even made a Ouija top one to sell. This is when more strange things started happening.
The doorknobs that were the ones you have to twist all the way to open the doors would suddenly pop open and I would actually hear rustling and once even heard something shatter but when I went in the room nothing was broken.
Tonight I made sure I had closed all the doors since I was home alone and was about to take a shower when I heard faint footsteps and clicking. I looked out the bathroom door just to make sure no intruders were inside and of course no one, but when I went to double check the locks, the back door I had made sure to definitely lock was unlocked and no signs of anyone being inside.
I would really appreciate any advice on how to deal with this kind of paranormal happenings since it creeps me out.
The other house is my grandma's that's 40 years old and not that creepy even though me, my grandma and my sister's boyfriend all seen actual ghosts. I was laying on the couch and I seen my grand uncle who had passed a year ago. He looked like he was made of soft light but I could see every detail of him like his smiling face, his striped sweater and shoes I had to look away for him to finally disappear. My grandma seen her father walk onto the closet. My sister's brother seen an old woman with long hair at the window and thought it was our grandma but she had short hair at that time. The woman at the window was likely my grandma's mom. All of these encounters don't bother anyone since they were the ghosts of loved ones.
The only thing that does creep me out is that my dog whose usually very protective of me and follows me everywhere seemed frightened to follow me into the separate dining room and when I called him to come in he waited at the doorway instead. I even once carried my dog into the dining room to try to show him there's nothing to be afraid of and as soon as I opened the door he bolted out of there.
Should I be concerned that he's afraid of that room? Also has anyone else experienced what I seen of the ghost of my grand uncle (the soft light, details being so clear, and the ghost not disappearing until looking away)?