reply to post by Immortalgemini527
You simply command it to leave.
I made my 3 year old do it, because he was the only one seeing our ghost. I did it a time or two, and then I made him do it, and it stopped scaring
him at night.
Be nice, polite, firm, and direct, just like you would with a living being. Walk into the place with the most activity, stand firm and say, "Listen,
I appreciate your dilemma, and you are welcome to stay, but you have to stop scaring the wife and kids. If you are going to stay, it must stop. If
it doesn't stop, you will have to go."
That is all it has ever taken for me.
The last home we lived in (where we lived when both of my boys were born), had a young (40 yr old) mother die in the home before we moved there. We
bought it from her husband. When my son first was born, he was always looking just past me or his mother and laughing and giggling at something
behind us. Sometimes he would follow things with his eyes. It creeped us out a little bit, but it seemed harmless. Then the second baby came, and
he didn't seem to notice, and we kind of forgot about it. When my oldest turned 2, he started not liking his room (his room was also her oldest
boy's room, it still had the racecar border that she had put up). He always said there was a scary lady in there. He said she would sit in the
rocking chair, and then when he was asleep, she would get in front of his face and wake him up, and it scared him. He never said she was mean to him,
but it was scary for him to wake up to her face.
So, one night when he got woke up, I marched him into his room, and we stood in the middle of the floor, and we said, "Listen, it is ok if you stay
here, we understand, but you have to stop scaring Jackson in the middle of the night. If you don't stop, you will have to leave." After that it
almost completely stopped. Then he started getting scared again a couple of months later, so I made him do the same thing I had done. He said,
"This is my room, if you are going to be here, you have to stay away from my bed, and stop scaring me at night." It never happened again, but we
ended up moving a few months later anyway.
Nothing should be able to run you out of your own home. Take charge.