I have another true story to share with you that began last summer when a young woman named Rebecca moved into an apartment which is located next door to my house in Pointe-Gatineau, Quebec, Canada.
One morning shortly after moving into her new place, Rebecca came over to my house and she was visibly scared and very upset. I invited her into my home and asked her to tell me what had happened to upset her so badly. She explained there was a heavy, wooden dining set in her kitchen from the 1970s that was already in her apartment when she moved in. Rebecca told me she was standing at the kitchen counter that morning, when the heavy, wooden, dining room chairs started flipping over on their own and sliding across the kitchen floor behind her. I went over to see the chairs overturned in the kitchen and I straightened everything out while trying unsuccessfully to find a logical explanation. It scared her half to death so I reassured her if anything else happened in her apartment she was welcome to come over to my house at any time if she was frightened, which seemed to calm her down.
A couple of days after the chair incident, Rebecca came over to say she found her large refrigerator had toppled over onto the kitchen floor that morning, which was perfectly level. She looked at me and asked, "If it's strong enough to flip a fridge, what can it do to me"? This particular incident scared her very badly and with good reason, I might add.
A week or so after the fridge incident, she came running over again in a panic and asked me to come to her place right away to look at her T.V. And her lamp! We ran over to her apartment and we both witnessed the television turning on and flipping through all the channels before turning itself off. There was a lamp in the corner of her living room that turned on and off on its own, as well. I grabbed the T.V. Remote control and removed all the batteries. While the remote was in my hand without any batteries in it, the T.V. Turned itself on again and flipped through all the channels with the volume blaring loudly before finally shutting itself off. I put the remote down on her coffee table and thought, "LOVELY, HERE WE GO AGAIN", but I didn't say a word to Rebecca for obvious reasons (i.e. MELT DOWN!)
A few days after that, Rebecca came over first thing in the morning to tell me her bedroom door had opened on it's own the night before and she could hear footsteps walking up and down her long hallway outside her bedroom. At this point, she was in tears, exhausted and completely petrified of staying alone in her apartment. So, we both went over to Rebecca's apartment to have a look around, once again.
This time, however, I was very angry at "it". I stood in her hallway near her bedroom for a moment just listening and trying to figure out who/what the problem was and if I could get "it" to LEAVE HER HOME RIGHT NOW! Suddenly, to my surprise and to Rebecca's absolute horror, her closed bedroom door swung open very abruptly on it's own! I stood motionless and I heard a swooshing sound before I felt a slight breeze brush past me in the hallway as though someone had just walked by. "It" then continued down the hallway, through the living room and right up to the front door. Rebecca stared at me slack-jawed as we then both witnessed "it" push the door handle down on the screen door, open the door and SLAM it shut very hard on the way out. Rebecca looked like she was going to faint! We never actually saw anyone but we certainly witnessed someone or something leaving her apartment that day! I made light of it to try to reassure Rebecca that everything was going to be alright and that she was okay. I said, "Well Sweetie, whoever "it" is probably has more important business to take care of today because we both just saw "it" leave your house and walk out the front door! So, I think you're all good to go now but let know if anything else happens, okay?"
Months later, Rebecca confirmed "it" never did come back after that day but she has since moved out of that apartment. Of course, time will tell if that is truly the case, once the new tenants move in.
Thanks for reading!;)