I feel I have the right to believe that there is a spirit in my house. Many strange things have happened, but there are a couple that particularly stand out.
From reading other stories on this site, I have learned that children are sensitive to paranormal visitors (or something along those lines...) My mother has told me that when I was a baby, a couple of months as to where I couldn't even walk yet, I used to talk to the wall.
She said that frequently I would bounce over to the corner of my living room in my walker and talk and giggle to the wall. I would pass this off as just something babies do, but then she told me that my brother (two years younger than myself,) did the exact same thing when he was a baby too.
A couple of months before I was born my aunt had died, and I was thinking maybe whatever my brother and I had talked to might be related to her. She didn't die at our house, but she was very close to her sister, my mom. That is why I think that it could be her, maybe she just wasn't ready to let go of her.
Another reason that I feel my house may be inhabited by something more than a human, and slightly related to my aunts' spirit, is that whenever I would have sleepovers (where we slept in the living room) there would be unexplainable shadows near that same corner, odd noises, and the feeling of being watched.
More recent possible paranormal happenings involve the front hall (being by the door) and where the front hall intersects the main hall of my house. Every time I walk by, I get chills and the feeling of being watched. When I pass by that spot I feel like I am being followed until I go into a room with other people. Whenever I am in the kitchen (where you can see the hallways from there) and am just looking at the hallway I see unexplainable shadows of people pass by the wall. Every time I walk by (as opposed to running through it) I see something at the end of the hall out of the corner of my eye.
To me it's very creepy, and I'm just wondering if it's really a spirit or ghost or something out of the ordinary. Please comment if you have any explanations or advice. Thanks for reading my story!