Alright, so. My house is... As normal as the next guys. I live in one of the 'safest' neighborhoods in my city, which I will not post. I'm 13 years old and too smart for my own good. That in which I have researched so many ghost experiences, and witnessed one. It start off with, I never sleep in my room.
Well, sometimes I do. But not regularly, due to the fact I like falling asleep in the living room with the TV on to shake off the scariness of the dark. One night, I was watching TV at about 4:30 am. Right across from me, if I looked to the right, there was a door that led downstairs. I was sure I had closed it before I had gone to sleep. It opened; I swear to god, I saw it open. It kept opening, creaking, and then slamming shut. Well, not particularly slamming, but closing. I hear noises, breathing, at that. When I do sleep in my room, I sleep with the light on because I am so paranoid. Sometimes, my mom comes in and switches the light off. And I always wake up in the middle of the night, to see if anyone is there.
A few nights ago, I saw 3 dark figures. I opened my eyes, and kept them open. The 3 dark figures were moving around my room. As if they were floating. I was in so much shock, I couldn't speak. As movie-like as this sounds, I went to switch the light on (like I'd assume every other young girl would do) but I didn't see anything.
I always feel like something is with me, even when I can't see anything. I'm never alone... There's a presence within my house. Plus, in the kitchen, I have a cooler. Like, where you press a button and water comes out. I always hear things coming from the kitchen, like someone's getting a glass of water but I'm the only one awake. Or someone sits on the chair, and I can hear the legs of the chair move.
Is this just paranoia kicking in, or is there actually a ghost, or several of them, in my house?
The ghosts you have don't sound harmful, but I wouldn't recomend trying to interact with them. If they scare you too much, try to avoid being alone as much as possible. Ghosts usually target the youngest people in the house, and especially when they are alone