For what it’s worth – and

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Avatardoublehamm
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For what it’s worth – and I am not trying to prove anything – but I
recalled some situations here. We have been here 2.5 years. Multiple times a day I hear light switches being flipped. In fact I just heard another one just now typing the last sentence! I always just brushed it off, and when I brought it up to my wife yesterday, she knew exactly what I was talking about. She just never said anything either.
About a month ago, I heard a normal sounding creaking noise like house settling or someone going down a hallway – stuff you hear all the time. IMMEDIATELY my son (from the kitchen) asks to see if I am sitting at the computer. I was. Then he tells me out of the corner of his eye he saw a tall black figure go up the stairs. I made him look me in the eye and tell me this to make sure he was not lying. I asked him again last night and I can pretty much tell you he is very convinced he saw something – as I always know when this kid is not being honest. My wife told me last week she was at the computer when she heard a loud grumbling voice from the kitchen. I was at work, and she went up to my son’s room (she thought he was pranking her) and he was very much asleep. Who knows?

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