This lady had moved into her apartment about a year ago, and since moving in had experienced numerous phenomena. As a consequence of her experiences, she will be moving out at the end of June.
Upon my arrival, I was greeted by the lady; she is in her late 70’s and was retired after a long career in the navy. She was remarkably active both physically and mentally, and I have no reason to doubt her credibility.
Taking her reports on face value, she told me that as examples of what she has been experiencing, within the past two or three months or so, she had experienced the following events:
- Towels which she had left to dry on the towel racks in her bathroom were found neatly folded in the bathtub behind the closed shower curtain, on the other side of the room.
- Articles of clothing which normally would be in drawers in her clothes closet in her bedroom were found neatly stacked on the couch in her living room.
- A collection of about a half dozen pencils which would normally be found in a jar on her desk in her den were found on her night table beside her bed in the bedroom. These pencils were all lined up parallel to the edge of the night table, spaced evenly about a half inch apart, and with the points all pointing in the same direction.
- She heard voices of numerous people coming from her den, although nobody was in there.
- She had been sitting on her couch in her living room. Suddenly a spiral of swirling rainbow light appeared, covering the wall in front of her. This persisted for a minute or so, then faded away.
- She had two guests over, and all three were sitting in the living room talking. Suddenly, the heavy brass ships’ bell which she had mounted in a glass cabinet on the other side of the room, rang three times. All three people heard this, but none felt any vibration in the building.
- She had a couple of guests over for dinner. At one point, while they were sitting around the dining room table in the dining room, one of the guests commented on the black and white dog watching them from behind the couch in the living room. The other guest looked over and also commented on the dog. The resident lady could not see any dog. When all three got up to investigate, the dog disappeared. A search of the apartment found no dog; and the resident lady does not own a dog.
- A few weeks ago she spoke to two other residents of the building. They admitted to having had similar experiences, but had been reluctant to talk about them for fear of ridicule.
I also learned that the building is less than ten years old, and previously the site had been occupied by a regional hospital.
A Spookology hot spot!