I live and grew up in a famous, historic seaside town. It is beautiful doted with historic sea captain's homes from the 17th and 18th century. I recently bought a home that was built in 1760. It was renovated about two years ago. I am the first to live in the unit that was renovated as we bought it in December of last year.
My husband and I just recently noticed that we hear loud snoring almost every night coming from our bedroom ceiling around 3 am. We have a woman who lives above us, but she is almost always up at that time as we hear her walking above us, so it is not her who is snoring. It sounds like a man who has a deep snore. It lasts sometimes for 3 hours and seems to stop by 6 am. We never hear it during the day time.
It is a very distinct snoring sound, which we have no explanation for? We are now convinced it could be a ghost. Has anyone ever heard of something like this? We have ruled out everything? I'll admit, that sometimes I get a bit scared thinking this could be a ghost, but this is the only thing that happens in the house and we truly love living here.
I also want to mention that we have a tiny dog who sleeps with us and she doesn't snore, so we ruled her out and the woman above us does not have any pets as well. There is an attic apartment where a man lives, but he was away the past few nights for business, so that would also rule him out as we have heard the snoring when he was not there. We are trying very hard to rule out a ghost, but it is increasingly getting harder to do. I would love to hear from any of you who can help us... Many thanks.