posted on Oct, 28 2018 @ 11:31 AM
Loved this version of Hill House. I have to admit, there was one scene that I screamed so loud that my dogs got up and started barking and I'm no
I liked spotting all random dead people off in the distant in scenes. Creepy, but I can relate.
My story, I live in a house, in a development, that was built in the mid nineties. We've lived here 10 years. Before that, this land was farmland.
First let me tell you what happens in my house. There are noises like people are talking but you just cannot make out what they are saying. Doors,
cabinet doors, locked doors open by themselves. Banging on the walls and doors, mainly in the basement, but on the first level, too. Shadow people,
people peaking from corners that everyone, even the cats and dogs see. Hot spots and cold spots that come and go. Smells, The most fowl smell in one
certain spot that accompanies one particular cute blonde headed ghost boy. Occasionally good smells, like roses, lavender and pipe tobacco in one
other area. I could go on... This has been going on for 10 years. Not everyday. It usually clusters.
We're on a bad cluster that has prompted me to look at the Village history. In this area, there are 2 township cemeteries. The oldest has stones from
the late 1700's to and was full so the township started a new cemetery just a ways from the first in 1927. Before that, that land was used as a mill.
Funny, there is a section of stones that go back to the 1700's to the late 1800's.
About a half mile from where we live there was found an old Native American Village that dates back to the Paleo-Indian era. Other words it was
started about 800 BC. It was continually inhabited until the founding of this area. This site wasn't found by excavating, it has never been dug up,
but the artifacts seem to keep making their way to the top.
After finding all of this out, I came across my neighbor, at the store, who has lived in her house longer than I did mine. I got up the nerve to ask
her if she has noticed anything. She said she had, that her kids mainly experience it, but she has too.