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Originally posted by mistr_b2
I have seen a youtube video where they have a similar problem in the apartment,a dark ball with small stubby legs runs across the living room under the couch and vanishes,they see it all the time at the corner of the eye but it runs so fast they never get a good look.until they recorded on video.Could be fake but it sure looks real, the thing really moves fast.Way bigger than a normal house mouse.I have also caught small creatures out in a forest watching me ,invisible to me but not my camera....shown in this Link....
Originally posted by Baphomet79
Here is a brief link about the lore behind Brownies,
He is said to have been a jolly personable being with a broad blue bonnet, flowing yellow hair, and a long walking staff.
If a domovoi becomes unhappy, it plays nasty tricks on the members of the household. Those include moving and rattling small objects, breaking dishes, leaving muddy little footprints, causing the walls of a house to creak, banging on pots and moaning. If the family can determine the cause of their domovoi's discontent, they can rectify the situation and return things to normal. If not, the spirit's tricks may escalate in intensity, coming to more closely resemble those of a poltergeist (cf. tomte), or he may threaten to stifle people in their beds (this myth is likely to be based on sleep paralysis).
Originally posted by hiii_98
wow i think we figured it out.
that is exactly what she told me about in Ukraine, and now seeing the wiki article i'm more impressed. This furry smucker was following me around for years now i've never seen it but maybe this is it.
 See also
Brownie (elf) (Scotland and England)
Tonttu, aka Haltija (Finland)
List of Lithuanian household gods
Kikimora, aka Shishimora
it is interesting however how all different cultures have different names for a similiar tiny "household diety"