It all began while living in Olympia, Washington, around 1966, when I was approximately 6 years old. My family of five lived in a mobile home that was very small and my Mother had to sleep in the living room. My older brother and I shared a room.
On many occasions early in the morning, such as 2 or 3 a.m., I would wake to noises, then a pure white cloud would come out of the corner of the room above me with the faces of a dark-haired lady and man. I don't remember seeing shoulders and the noises were not normal and very strange and unrecognizable, as well as loud.
Often when this happened, I would try to waken my older brother, but he just snored louder and never woke up. I was very afraid during these instances and usually pulled the covers over my head until I would run out of the room, down the hall to where my Mom was sleeping. When I would look back, the cloud would be coming down the hall, sideways (so strange, like they couldn't come head on). I would yell," Mama, do you see them Mom?" She would say, "no, there's no one there, David. Climb in bed with me."
When I was around 11 years old, I began to realize that the ghostly images were laughing and having fun at my expense because I could see them, but at 6 years old, it was very scary. The ghostly woman had very puffy high hair with high curls on her head like in the old days. The man's head was lower in the cloud than the woman's and was shaped like a football with hardly any hair. I can still remember their faces after 54 years.
In 2014, I drove across town to go to the old trailer court on Martin Way Road. The trailer spot was about 4th in from the main road, and there was no trailer in the spot, if I remembered correctly. I didn't really recognize anything except for a missing tree. I managed to speak with the trailer court manager and told him about the ghosts and pointed to the lot and that I would like to talk to some people near it and possibly do some night recording. He asked me if I was crazy, and said, "this is a retirement community now and I can't have you coming in and making people think about ghosts."
I wanted to share this story and put it to rest. I have many more to share at a later date. Thank you for reading.