originally posted by: randyvs
a reply to: wylekat
So you aren't totally alone with this?
You have the wife and everythings
good there right?
I have wife, kid, and 2 cats. In turn, everyone's heard weird crap in the house (or, both places we've lived at here in NC). We've checked a/c, gas/
and in a couple cases, were left completely thrown for a loop, because how does one try to figure out sounds coming from thin air? Or, as what
happened sporadically the past couple weeks (which I haven't mentioned because I am trying hard to find a rational explanation) the toilet seat in the
bathroom drops down. Which is odd enough... but when the lid is down to begin with, *shakes head*. The last time it happened, my grumpy cat was in the
hallway staring at the bathroom like a mouse had dropped dead in there. Having had a stupid (if you're a rodent, you have to have a few marbles
missing to walk into a house with cats living there) mouse wander in a month or so ago, it found the trap, cat found the corpse, and stood there with
*that* look. I searched the bathroom. top, bottom, sideways. Nothing.
Wife a couple months ago distinctly heard the "Benny Hill" theme playing in front of her chair, and it slowly moved across to where I was sitting. I
didn't hear anything, but I'm watching as she (who has a little hearing loss, yet) followed... something, and looking *real* concerned. I leaned over
and asked what was going on...
"I just heard the Benny hill theme"
Now- I have that on my phone as a ringtone- because of spam calls. Phone was off, since I didn't need it on for anything at that point of the day. Not
only that, if it was on, it was right next to me, as always. I'd have heard it first, and sworn like a sailor.
I then proceeded to check every last electronics item in the workroom, to see if somehow they were on. Nope. I forgot the fact the noise was wandering
from her chair to where I was sitting, so checking stuff at the opposite end of the place was kinda dumb.
Like I said- if it was just *me*, yeah... I'm losing the plot for whatever reason- medical or otherwise. When others start experiencing stuff like I
do... D: That's when I get creeped out.