posted on Feb, 1 2013 @ 01:21 PM
I have often wondered what really influences the atmosphere of a home. I walked through and considered purchasing a home that sat on a lot where the
previous house caught fire and burned out, killing the elderly occupants within. Despite all of that, the house seemed like a very positive place to
By contrast, the house I currently live in has had only one other family living in it. We still know them and they are happy, prosperous and, if they
are telling the truth, had a great time raising their family here. They moved one neighborhood over, to a newer smaller house. But my family and I
have had nothing but troubles here.
It is a lovely house on a beautiful street but it is the most unwelcoming place I've ever lived in. I have come to realize the whole street seems
affected, particularly down near my end of it. Next door neighbors seemed fine the first few years here but now they have domestic violence problems
that require regular police intervention. The family one house over also had domestic issues. The dad would publicly scream at and humiliate the
mom. They are gone now. They still own the house but rent it out. It was into their yard that I saw the most evil and large shadow person go, back
when I was walking my dog and ran into a smaller one first, then looked up and saw the larger one crossing the street.
The trees in the woods surrounding our little cul de sac are all slowly rotting and dying.
I finally told my husband I don't care if we raised our child here. The creepiness outweighs the memories at this point. I fully intend to move as
soon as we are financially able. We have started actively looking around. The odd thing is, my husband can now even feel these "vibes". Some of you
who have seen me around the forums might remember I am often complaining what an extreme skeptic and materialistic person he is. But as we have been
looking around, he now remarks openly about such things.
I'm rather shocked how many neighborhoods around here do have this same really odd, draining vibe to them. I recently found out from one of my
child's science teachers that the region is abnormally above average for lightning strikes. I can believe it, my back yard has experienced several
strikes since we've lived here. Most of the neighborhoods were once open farmland. There area saw some action in the War of 1812 but overall,
nothing hugely dramatic as in Civil War areas or other places that saw war.
I think at this point I wouldn't rule out living in a property where a death occurred if an atmosphere of peace exists in it currently. Not after
living here where nothing particularly bad has happened in generations. But nothing awfully positive, either.