posted on Feb, 1 2007 @ 09:19 AM
I know this has ben answered, but I will confirm.
All the noises are normal. Especially with the TV. If it is a CRT(cathode ray tube) TV, or computer monitor, there is a "degauss" function that gets
rid of unwanted magnetic fields when you turn them on. This will make a clicking noise. Also, this same clicking noise will happen a few seconds, or
even minutes, after you turn the TV/monitor off.
I know my CRT monitors click also. I would tell any of my g/f's staying over for the night that I have a ghost that likes to flick the plastic of my
monitor every night with their fingers, and she should wait for it to happen. Sure enough, 4 minutes after turning off the monitor, it would
"SNAP!", and my g/f's would get all scared and get closer... hahahahaha
Here is info:
As for the clicking from houses.. that's ultra common...
The wood in the house is "acclimating", meaning it is flexing with the heat and cold... it does it a lot, and is very sensitive. This also pulls at
the nails or screws in the wood, and causes them to make noises.
I had a period of time in my life where I used to install hardwood floors. We would actually have to leave about an half inch to an inch of space all
the way around the walls, just to allow the hardwood to expand and contract. If we didn't leave this space, the wood will lift up in certain places
and snap and crack when you walk over it.
So, nothing to worry about. Its all good.