My husband and I own a two-family home in southeastern Massachusetts which we lived in until October 2007. There are too many details to write about concerning the otherworldly goings-on in that house which eventually led to my calling New England Paranormal Society, and in early 2005 they investigated.
We received confirmation of two ghosts in that house. (Note: It took me almost three years to contact investigators. I kept thinking there MUST be a logical explanation to what was happening.)
Fast forward to 2007, my husband and I bought a house a mile away and moved into it in October 2007. We began to experience similar activities (lights being turned on when we weren't home, bathroom water running when neither of us had turned it on). About a month ago (August 2009) I went into the spare bedroom to have a phone conversation with my daughter. When I entered the room, I noticed that, once again, the stand-up fan in that room was running and per usual, my husband and son denied having turned it on. I unplugged the fan from the wall, sat on the bed, and continued on with my approximate 10 minute conversation. When the conversation ended and I hung up the phone, I noticed the fan was plugged back in and running. I thought to myself, "Did I get off the bed during that 10 minutes, plug it back in and not remember?"
Some months ago, my husband went upstairs and noticed the water in the bathroom sink was running. He turned the faucet off and came back downstairs to ask that I please turn the water off when I'm done. However, he never did mention it because we passed like ships in the night as I went directly upstairs to take a shower. When I went into the bathroom, I noticed the water was running and turned it off. I brought to his attention that he had left the water running and to be more mindful to turn it off. He then explained to me that the water was running when he went upstairs right before I did, he then turned it off, and he had meant to tell ME to be more mindful to make sure I turn the faucet off.
Neither of us had turned the water on, and there was no one else home.