posted on Mar, 4 2013 @ 10:06 PM
I really love old houses and some of the shots you have posted are very beautiful. They really don't build them like that anymore!
Now, to your situation. The shed bothers me. I know, I know, who am I to even have an opinion - I am just a random internet nobody, but it bothers
me. I have seen things, some good and some I question. I have been in places with "activity". Some of the things haven't bothered me at all and
some of them have led me to make choices away from them. And, for real. Your shed bothers me.
Mostly I think it bothers me because I think it bothers you and you aren't regularly and evenly surfacing that.
I read the whole thread. The first time you mentioned the growls you used the word terrified.
Later in a different post you said you were comfortable and that none of it was bothering you.
That contradiction concerns me because you have been so very level headed about all of it. It is in general description that your innate fear and
intuition of concern seems to leak out (get up the stairs faster...) while in a head on question about the situation you maintain that you aren't
frightened and don't want to remove the shed. It makes me worry that something else is acting upon you in making you want the shed. Right down to
the thread title "odd attraction" you seem to recognize that you are being pulled in by something outside of yourself - that perhaps at least some
small part of your will has been co opted.
I don't know if you should get rid of the shed. I do thing you should avoid it for a bit to see if things quiet back down.
Any markings on the floor? Red door, inside lock, could someone have been messing with darker powers in that room?
As an aside, I have a shed inside too. Slide lock. But, it's on the outside. Ours was used for wood (and later coal) storage and a huge section of
the porch above it flips up to fill it. Any roof ceiling doors or signs that there mgiht have once been one? Any chance that the shed was always
there but that rooms above it were added by enclosing or replacing a porch?
Good luck to you. And thanks for coming back all the time to update. I will be following.