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Poltergiest

 

We came back from the market this morning and we had one bag packed with things that go in the bedroom. Kleenex, toothpaste, mothwash, my eye drops. I put it just inside the bedroom door and went directly to the computer room. I didn't even go into the bedroom. A couple of hours later, I went into the bedroom, and laid out in the middle of the bed were 2 produce bags. It was the potatoes and onions I had bought this morning. They were lying about a foot apart, in the middle of the bed very neatly placed. I did not put them there. My husband said he didn't. There's only the 2 of us. I know they were not in that bag I brought to the bedroom. We have an insulated bag for refrigerator stuff, they would have been put in there. Even if I were distracted and took them out, I would not lay them in the middle of the bed like that. If anything else like this happens, I'm taking a picture.

This is not the first time I have found things in odd places. I once found my shoes out in the garage. I had only just taken them off and when I went to put them back on in the bathroom, they were gone.

This doesn't appear to be a dangerous entity, I think it might be my mother attempting to make contact again. She spoke to me very loadly a few years ago. One sentance. She'd been gone about 12 years by then.

I recently made peace with myself about her, so maybe she is trying to make contact again.

I just wrote off the shoes as an oddity but vegetables in my bed?

I can't just rationalize this one away.

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ThulsaDune (2 stories) (46 posts)
 
2 months ago (2017-09-02)
Change the locks on your home first. Then tie a piece of light weight mono filament fishing line across your bedroom door before you go to bed.
You need to rule out someone sneaking about and playing tricks on you. You need to also rule out someone sleepwalking. You need to figure out if it is truly paranormal. Maybe you have a playful spirit or person having fun with you and maybe not.
My sister once had a creepy stalker breaking into her apt. When she was gone at work. It turned out to be an ex boyfriend that kept a spare key he got from one of her girlfriends. He kept moving things and taking and replacing them. Nearly drove her mad. She thought she was losing her mind or becoming very forgetful.
She asked me to investigate for her. I did not find a ghost or poltergeist. I did find evidence of things accidentally left behind by him. We changed the locks and when he came back he figured out we were on to him. He never came back again.
Now on the flip side I have dealt with very nasty poltergeists, and if you had one you would know it.
Try my advice and see what happens. If you or someone in your home sleep walks they will break the fishing line and not notice. If someone gets up in the middle of the night and walks through it they will remember. Use the weakest cheapest fishing line you can find.
I had a cousin that would sleep walk. When he visited as a kid we had to be extra vigilant. He would move things around the house and never know he did it. He did lots of weird things when he sleep walked. It could even happen when he laid done for a nap in the middle of the day.
I am not saying that this is the answer, but only it could be a possibility.
krmujn (6 stories) (7 posts)
 
2 months ago (2017-09-02)
Well, it's happened again! About a week ago, I lost an ice pack. I sleep with it on my eyes because they burn. One morning, while I was dressing, my husband said, "where's your ice pack?" He always puts it away. We looked all over. "It'll turn up." I said, figuring it had fallen into an awkward crevice somewhere. The next night, I used a second one. That one disappeared, too. Remembering how my button box had disappeared, I thought maybe we should tear the room apart. Not a sign of either of them. My husband took everything out of the freezer. I used a back-up pack that night. In the morning, my husband came out of the bedroom & said "Where did you find the icebags?" WHAT?! I went to look. They were both on the bed! And they were cold.

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