I lived in a trailer with my dad after my parents divorced. One night, as I was making dinner, I heard a knock at the door and when I looked out, there was no one was there, it kept happening all night long. I just ignored it, I thought that maybe it was some sort of echoing since the trailers were so close together.
The next following months were ok, nothing really happened. After I graduated high school things started getting strange. While taking a shower, I could hear what sounded like stomping, and my dad was rarely there (always working, I guess). In the 2nd bathroom, there would always be a sulfurous smell, like rotten eggs or something, the back room (where I slept) would always have a chill. It was even cold in the summertime, I started sleeping in the living room and night after night a pair of headlights would always illuminate the room, there was never any headlights because as soon as it would happen, I always peeked out the window and it was always pitch dark.
Things never seemed to work right, the television would turn on and off, the heater would turn on in the summer, the shower would always turn on and off. Everything would end up in the weirdest places, the salt shaker would end up in the bathroom, can food would be on top of the fridge, there was always flies in the house, I mean just everything was always missing.
I reconciled with my mom and ended up going back to live with her. About a month later, my older brother separated from his wife (like father, like son), so he stayed with my dad and it was easy for them because they both worked together. I visited my dad and brother quite often and my brother started telling me things that were happening, of course I related and told him that even though it was spooky, nothing bad ever really happened.
Exactly 1 week later my brother moved out and didn't give any real explanation to my dad, he ended up telling me that he was there one night alone and his wife was going to come over and talk about the marriage. He said that someone kept calling on the home phone but nothing showed on the caller ID, there was whispering and static noises, he said that he could kind of hear a man and woman arguing, and that each time he could hear the woman say, "you don't even love me", he said that's what she would say over and over again, barely above a whisper.
As soon as his wife got there it stopped, he said that when she came in the trailer she felt like she couldn't breathe and that she felt this sense of sadness. He just ended up leaving because he said that it scared him. I think the phone ringing was what made him really leave.
My dad ended up moving in with his new girlfriend and one night we were all out. Myself, my brother, his wife, my dad's girlfriend. Well we started talking about the trailer and how creepy it was (mind you, we never told my dad about what we heard or saw) he told us that one night after we were all gone, he was asleep on his bed (which was directly on the floor) and he felt like someone was choking him, he woke up and just thought that maybe he was dreaming. He went back to sleep and he said that something was pulling at his arms and legs, pulling him into two different directions, he turned on a small lamp and said that he could see someone's reflection in the window, that it was a man with a baseball hat on, when he tried to get up it vanished. He said that maybe it was a dream but it didn't explain why his arms and legs were hurting.
My dad called me before he finalized the move out and had me come get some figurines that I had left in the back bathroom. I didn't know what he was talking about so I went over there and went to the back bathroom and before I could really make it there, I heard glass smashing, it was the figurines. They all were thrown to the ground, but the weird thing is those were not there when I packed up and no one knew where they came from. We also found a shoe box full of old pictures, and inside we found a few pictures of the man that my dad saw.
To this day we still have those pictures, it's like we can't seem to throw them out, the landlord said he didn't know who the previous owners were to that trailer, he bought it at an auction. I have some more incidents to share, so if you'd like to hear more than you can let me know, and I will email them to you.