Have you thought to check your gas? Gas lines. Connections. ...
Have you thought to see if something to do with your gas needs CORRECTIONS?
It's a ghost thing.
Because, I am sure you've heard of all those weird "can not explain its". You know, people rescued from fire by unseen hands or a call from the
other side-or a dream.
What resonates with me, reading your post and assuming that you are being up forward-is that you should go out on a limb, cover your bases, and check
your gas; as some wandering spirit-your or your husband's relatives or friends past on-*or something* might have noticed something that concerns
Hell-I had some guy talk to me from the shower stall the other day--I wouldn't exactly follow up on my advice-or conversely (that was a first).
So...to address this professionally: as a 'somewhat' plumber with some installations under my belt; and a 'somewhat' paranormally sensitive
person: I would take this information and follow the line; from the gas connection at it's source, all
the way to it's termination points at
the stove or water heaters, or wherever it goes and: Spray the whole thing down with a solution of water with a few drops of dawn added to it-
Especially spray any joints. It won't hurt it-or you; it's how it is done. A safety precaution. Are you in copper? I don't know alot alot about
gases. Natural gases. I do know this method is basically standard for checking any amonia refrideration pipes. Air lines. hmmm better yet: here is a
link Soapy Water Test for Gas Leaks in LP home
Watch for bubbles. Where a bubble rises,
(omit). Awe heck, just call a gas guy if there are bubbles.
Bubbles will indicate a leak. If you are prone to settling or ground movement or time--leaks happen. Corrosion.
Or maybe.... you were over charged
I hope this helps or was humorous.
All the best.
[edit on 28-3-2009 by HugmyRek]
[edit on 29-3-2009 by HugmyRek]