A freind says while he was working with his tools and cleaning some wires he placed a Knife on the table in front on the table while the freind
worked on the wire he wanted to grab the Knife, when he looked up the Knife was gone. He found the Knife way later behind the table in a place where
he didn't expected it.
So what i am asking is our building Haunted?
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I don't know if it is haunted but that type of thing happens to me quite often. I make a joke about it now, things dissappear into a black hole or
another dimension. They usually show up later either hidden or in the same place I left them originally. I wouldn't call my house haunted and I dont
have any children playing games. It just happens and always has.
That always happens to me! My house isn't haunted though and it happens everywhere! It is so frustrating but alot of the time when i say 'where is
it!??!' out loud and look in another spot i find what im looking for. It is incredibly annoying though!
I am of the opinion that there are spooks everywhere. Sometimes they are very active and easily noticed. Other times, they are quiet and just poke
their heads out on rare occasion to be seen/experienced. The more that you notice them, the more active they seem to get. Like they feed off
attention or something ... IMHO
I also have this weird statute of the Virgin Marry that sometimes when you stare at it. The Virgin Marry statute would turn its eye through two
direction almost as if its staring at you then when you stare at it back the eyes go back its normal position.
I brought a freind to see it personally that was freind was rather shocked at it.
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