Monday, 17 April 2017

5 Truths of Living in a Haunted House

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Hi Everyone,

Yes you read the title correctly, today I'm going to talk a little about living in a haunted house, now I imagine the vast majority of you will be side eyeing me right now wondering if I'm just a little too old to believe in ghosts but let me assure you, prior to moving into my current house I wouldn't have believed me either but after three years of living in casa del demon I'm ready to rethink any scepticism I once had and accept that perhaps my house is haunted as there's been too many weird occurrences to explain away now, waaaaayyyyyyyyy too many.

So without further preamble, here are five things I've come to accept from living in a haunted house, enjoy:







1. Blankets Will Protect You:

The amount of times I've been woken in the night by strange noises or things landing on my bed (for example, I've woken up after coins have inexplicably landed on my duvet while I was trying to dream of Channing Tatum... Very inconvenient I'm sure you'll agree) and for some reason, the only way I've been able to prevent myself from being murdered by a spirit is to wrap myself in a blanket cocoon and lie very still. No idea why my blanket makes me feel invincible but hey, whatever works right?

2. Let There Be Light:

Getting used to turning off lights over and over again just becomes a way of life, you're probably wondering how this relates to a haunted house, well in my house there's a real problem with all of the lights turning themselves on repeatedly, for example I will leave the house and come back ten minutes later and every single light will be switched on in my house, or, I'll get up in the night for a drink of water and realise that all my downstairs lights are on. Weirdly I've never been actually in the room when a light turns on but I've heard it happen (as in, heard the light switch flick in another room) and upon investigation, sure enough, the lights are on again.

3. Come Rain or Shine, 'Tis Paranormal Activity Time:

The lights thing above could probably be explained by some sort of dodgy wiring (believe me, I tried that explanation for the first year) but when coupled with a whole host of other bizarre occurrences, that explanation looks a little like desperation rather than rationality, I can't go into everything that has happened in this post as I'd need a whole book to document the weekly unexplained happenings but to name a few we have:

  • Taps turning on spontaneously
  • The hob turning on
  • Kettle turning itself on 
  • Doors opening
  • Doors closing
  • Things moving (seen a couple of times with my own eyes but normally discovered when something has appeared in the wrong room)
  • Knocking
  • Things breaking.... All the effin time
And that'll do for this list haha.

4. Send in the Clowns Pets:

Pets, my glorious pets, they help me sleep at night because I quickly realised that having a dog helped me to rationalise away some of the noises I heard at night, hear a bump? Must be the dog, eventually, just to make sure I had maximum noise distraction, I bought more pets and now I have two dogs and two cats in my house, now when I hear footsteps on the staircase I can rationalise that it's probably a cat, knocking at my bedroom door? Yeah that'll be the dog, back to sleep wrapped in my blanket shield.
The only time the pets fail me is when the cats and dogs start hissing/growling at something in the corner of the room I can't see... Then I regret my life choices (joke, but not really).

First Rule of Ghost Club:

Is don't talk about ghost club. This only serves to massage the ego of whatever the hell is going on and makes things worse, I noticed within the first year that anytime I mentioned out loud to someone any of the events going on in the house, more things would happen, I eventually caught on and stopped mentioning anything that occurs within my house. I can talk about it all day without consequence if I'm out of the house but if I dare to speculate on any weirdness whilst still under my roof then I'm in for a treat for the next week. I recently had a weird experience where I woke up to find my laptop submerged in milk (and I briefly mentioned it in this post) and I broke my first rule and rang a friend to freak out, I won't bother telling you what then happened over the next hour because it sounds so far fetched I'm not even sure I believe myself but suffice to say, I'll never talk about fight club ghost club again whilst within the vicinity of Casa Del Demon.

So I hope you enjoyed this random little post, if you've had any weird experiences yourself feel free to leave them down below or drop me an email or a tweet for a quicker response :)

Bye for now

Rosy xx  


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  1. oh gggggg!!!!
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  2. Cool pics, I love it!! Have a nice day sweetie! ❤

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  3. This freaks me out on so many levels! You need to repost at Halloween for sure. It's good that you're okay with it because I would be out of there. Lol! There is a restaurant a couple of blocks away that is reported to be haunted. I think you are spot on with your house.

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    1. I think I'm getting used to it now, I should have seen it coming, the house is very very old.

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  4. Whaaaat?! OMG, I wouldn't be able to sleep!! Props to you, girl. My anxiety would be at an all time high!
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  5. Wow, how interesting! I don't think I'd be able to handle that haha. Good thing you're braver than I am!

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  6. I was just about to type that pets usually will detect the spirits and wouldn't that backfire sometimes and then I read about it at the end of your sentence. Haha! You are a brave girl, I would have been out of there in a jiffy!

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    1. Yeah haha, it can be a downside of having them all!

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  7. I do not know if I believe in ghosts but I do believe in bad vibes, so, maybe your intuition (sixth sense) is trying to tell you something. I hear burning sage works for this kind of thing but I'm not an extra. Have you looked up the history of your home or anything about the previous owners? It may give you a clue to what's going on but at least you have the blankets to keep you safe until you figure it out. Lol!
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    1. It's a few hundred years old so that'll probably be the problem, I'm actually not too worried about it, I can cope :)

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  8. I get so scared of hearing stories like these haha you're so brave!

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    1. Haha, you get used to it after a while.

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  9. Well, in your case I would have fled a long time ago from that place! You are one brave soul. I can't stand any thought of any paranormal activity or thing, so this post gave me all the creeps. I hope that you'll stay safe in your house and that whatever were is won't do anything too damaging for you :) x

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    1. I don't mind too much now that I'm used to it, and I love my house :)

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  10. Oh my gosh you live in your own movie!! Scary yes, but I love that you have your way around it. Lights, covers, and pets apparently have an extra use in your home than the standard home and I'm so glad you have them to protect you. Crazy post for sure, but such a fun read, in the daytime of course =p

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  11. Omg this is crazy!!! You are seriously so brave.

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    1. It becomes second nature after a while.

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  12. Wonderful post, love it! ♥
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  13. Oh k girl, you need to move like yesterday. Thats scary! If you're not imagining these things as sometimes when we're alone we tend to imagine things then babe, move asap.

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    1. I'm definitely not imagining them, I'm not the only person to witness it :)

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  14. Ah, I'm so glad you posted this! I never see anyone writing/talking about ghost experiences. I don't think there's an age limit to believing in ghosts. I've been having experiences most of my life, and the small town I live in is full of activity, my house included. It's been eleven years though, and I'm so used to it that I forget about it sometimes. Luckily, whatever inhabits my home is fairly friendly (ie mimicking noises, cabinets being opened and closed, moving things around).

    Your experiences sound a lot more intense though. Good luck with that!

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    1. Ah I'm getting used to it now, it's been 3 years here and most stuff I don't even bat an eyelid at anymore, I'd be interested in hearing your experiences though :)

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  15. omg what!? Your house sounds so scary! Do you have any photos?
    you should set up a live stream
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    1. I wish I had pics, things usually happen as I leave the room or during the night unfortunately, either that or spontaneously when no one is expecting it!

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  16. Brrrrrrrrrrrrrr, soo scary :P

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  17. Whoa this was so scary! Always wanted to know this about Haunted Houses

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  18. Great post dear!

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  19. This was probably one of the most interesting blog posts I have read in a while. Such an interesting topic.. very coincidental as I literally watched Insidious 2 & 3 just yesterday! I know this is probably something you've been asked before, but have you not considered moving house? Although on the bright side, whatever 'lives' in your house clearly doesn't want to harm you, only let their presence be felt. I've heard similar situations like this before, but not to this extent. Hope you are okay! You are clearly very strong! :)

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    1. Thank you for your comment, no I definitely don't want to move house, I love the place so I'll just have to learn to accept the extra... shall we say... Guests? haha

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  20. I live in a very old house, but so far (typing this outside) nothing has made me believe it is actually haunted. Which is great, because I am scared easily and can't even watch scary shows without having sleep difficulties for the next weeks. I don't know if I'd be able to stay. Have you tried contacting the whatever? See if you can get to an agreement?

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    1. I'm definitely not going to try and contact it, just incase things get worse, I'm at a point I can cope with but I wouldn't want it to step it up a notch or I'd be really horrified haha.

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  21. Oh my gosh, this would freak me out so much!x
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  22. OMG! I would be too scared to sleep anywhere in that house! I don't have much experience but I believe in ghosts too. I used to hear a lot of noises in our old house at night when everyone is already asleep. I would hear toys turning on (like those battery-operated trucks and robots that talk and produce weird sounds) but whenever I look outside, everything is quiet. It was so weird and scary. Most of the time I feel like I am just imagining things.

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  23. Oh, I believe what you experienced. I lived also in a haunted house and therefore I know it is the truth what you post here.
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  24. Oh WOW, lady- this sounds so crazy! You hear about these things, and I absolutely believe they happen- but to have a first-hand account is so interesting (and creepy) to read. You have a great outlook + are so brave!

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    1. I think you just get used to it after a while, as bizarre as that may seem haha.

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  25. This is super hectic! I have had a few things like this happen to me, so it def makes me think shew.. xxx

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  26. Omg so freaky and yet so interesting! Ahaha, I never had such experience.
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  27. I really like that you decided to share with these experiences, dear, personally I also had a few, which were very similar and weird. What about your tips I found as very useful second one with light.

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    1. I'm realising lots of people have had such experiences!

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  28. Oh my gosh, this totally freaks me out! You are definitely brave...I wouldn't be able to stand it!

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    1. You get used to it after a while.

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  29. Casa Del Demon??? LOL I’m one of those weird people that's intrigued by the super natural. Mmmmmmm I wish I dreamt about Channing Tatum. My blanket would also be my first line of defense. Is your electric bill high, the ghost might need to chip in lol. that was a joke. The Kettle turning itself on would totally freak me out. Of course things moving would make me want to pack up and move. LOL first rule of ghost club is don’t talk about ghost club. This was a lovely post!!! So happy I stopped by Rosy .

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    1. Thank you so much haha. And I'll think of asking the ghost for electric money ;)

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  30. Great post my lovely!
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  31. I swear I used to live in a haunted house too, not even kidding. Your truths I have experienced.

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    1. It's more common than we realise!

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  32. Ahhh, that sounds a bit scary! You come across as much braver than me!!
    Have a lovely day :)
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    1. I just got used to it after the first couple of years haha.

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  33. I can't believe you actually live inside a haunted house! I can't stand even spending one night in a house people say have ghosts. I'm glad you have your pets to accompany you, they're loyal and comforting <3
    Love the Fight Club reference too!

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  34. Um sorry nup, I would totally be outta there - no way I couldn't deal.
    You should totally do some filming and catch this on tape
    xxx

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    1. Ooh no, have you seen paranormal activity? If it taught me one thing it's never to try and film whats happening haha

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  35. Oh my godddd this is terrifying! I was wondering whether you were going to be disclosing at the end that this was all made up and it was for some like, weird brand collaboration or something hahah but nope! D: xx

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  36. OMG, I could never live in a haunted house #Scared

    Thanks for sharing though, you're super brave!

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  37. I don't think I could handle that! You're a lot braver than me haha!xx

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    1. I just delude myself that it's not real haha.

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  38. That's quite scary tho.. But loved reading it!

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  39. Omg, you are so brave. I wouldn't live in a haunted house for all the money in the world, I get scared so easily. After I watch a horror movie I find it difficult to sleep, I keep looking under the bed and inside my closet and I get obsessed with noises haha. Crazy!

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    1. I used to be like that too but I'm used to it now.

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  40. I hope I will never in haunted house but your tips are really good and useful:)

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  41. Oh my god!! I have no idea how you're still living there, I would've had to move by now! :) xx

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    1. I love the house too much to leave haha.

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  42. OK, that's officially terrifying! You are so brave! x

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    1. Haha, I'm just used to it now.

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  43. oops scary post... i dont have any exp
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  44. Haha I loved this post! #4 is a must. Have lots of pets to protect you.

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  45. This sounds seriously scary - just reading it made me nervous! Good that you have a dog and a big blanket to protect you.

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  46. Wow this post gave me chills. I know what you mean about blankets and pets feeling like protection. I sincerely hope your house doesn't stay haunted for long xxx
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    1. I've learned to live with it now :)

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  47. Well, this post is definitely one of the most original ever!
    When I watch an horror movie (and I often watch them cause they...ahem...are my kind of relaxing time) then I am so scared that I don't want to go to the bathroom alone haha!
    I enjoyed reading this post, thank you for sharing!
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  48. Pets really help a lot! They are said to shoo away negative energies too!

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  49. oh gawd! I would leave! Haha. Blankets are a comfort for me too! If I wake up with my foot hanging out of the bed, not covered by the safety blanket... AHhhh! Lol. Well done you for braving it out! I would be so far gone haha!
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    1. I'm the same, if I find the blanket has moved in the night I freak out haha

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  50. Yes to blankets! They ALWAYS make me feel safer, but really and truly...they don't do anything. LOL!
    I love when my dog sleeps with me, but sometimes he goes crazy growling at NOTHING and it just freaks me out. Ugh.
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  51. Oooh!! I'm afraid of haunted houses..

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  52. One thing that's important here - do not be afraid of anything dark when you have the light pouring in :)

    I'm a faith led person (I'm a Christian/Follow Jesus on Twitter kind of gal haha) so I try not to focus on the dark but to focus on the light only.

    Do you know what else? Feel comforted that even when you turn the lights off, that spiritual light is still on.

    "The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it" -my favourite from John 1:5, in other words, don't feel afraid as you have somebody looking over you protecting you from the dark :)

    If you ever have any questions about anything just ask, just did the alpha course (the Bear Grylls course I like to call it) and it was amazing!

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    1. I'm actually not too worried about the whole thig, I think I've just accepted that it is happening and there's nothing I can do so I may as well accept it :)

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  53. That's so crazy!! Loved the tips (and also you're NEVER too old to believe in ghosts haha!)

    xo,

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  54. Oh gosh I don't know how you do it, I'd be terrified!

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  55. omg that's so scary I would be living in another place already!
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  56. Yeah I don't think I'd be able to live in a haunted house. Even just watching (or reading) stuff about haunted houses freaks me out.
    Nice post though, really entertaining! :)
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  57. This is insane! You always hear secondhand stories about this happening to 'a friend of a friend' but i've never actually read about it happening to someone firsthand! I would be moving straight out except you've got an excuse to buy more and more pets!
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  58. This is creepy! I want to visit you. What are you doing in May? When I was scared and thought that the flat I live in is hunted... I bought a hamster hoping that ghost will be more interested in a hamster than me. At least hamster had a good life with me and was not eaten by anything. Iga www.igaberry.com

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  59. Hi dear! You have a fantastic blog:) I really like it!
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  60. yikes that is so freaky! i do believe in ghosts and its too bad you live in a haunted house!

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  61. Oh wow that seems creepy! I can't believe you live in a haunted house!

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  62. seriously? that's so scary! I've seen many shows about haunting and I find it so fascinating!

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  63. OMG, I don't think I'd ever be able to live in a house like that. If I were you, I'd move out ASAP.

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  64. Holy hell you're one brave lady, I would have run a mile on the first day after moving in! Having said that, I love your sense of humour and YES to blankets! Blankets at all times...

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  65. I love how chill you are about the fact your house is quite possibly! That said, this post serves as great evidence should you ever disappear... :P

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  66. Such a cool post girl, I don't think I could live there. Especially after seeing the last season of American Horror Story haha

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  67. Interesting!!!

    Have a nice week end!
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  68. Ok now THIS is a creepy post! Stay away from haunted houses from now on, ok?
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  69. I sure as heck can relate to this post event hough I don’t live in a haunted house. I’ve experienced some really creepy things like these during my life though & can agree that pets are a great way to help you get through creepy situations. That & a cosy & thick blanket to wrap yourself in! haha

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  70. Maybe a stupid question but: why don't you move out of the house? Or why don't you get any ghost buster? Professional ghost hunter can explain what's going on in 90% of the strange cases. Generally normal causes are the reasons for the strange happenings...
    I'm really wow!

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  71. Omg, you're very brave I still get scared sleeping alone lol I guess you get used to it! x

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  72. I love reading about stuff like this! I couldn't handle it myself though, you're a braver lady than me x

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  73. Oh my gosh, sounds pretty creepy. As much as I love all things weird and spooky, I'd be terrified of lights turning on and off! Seriously brave!

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  74. Ohh my that's so creepy. I've heard about experiences like these and totally believe it. I'm sure it feels like it's Halloween every day.

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  75. I would definitely do all of the above! HaHaHa This post was great!
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  76. Wonderful post, love it! ♥
    Maybe follow for follow? :)

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  77. Oh the glorious blanket which can save you from everything and anything!! :D
    On a serious note, I read this a few days and I was freaked out (because I read it before bed!) and now I re-read it to leave you a comment and girl, I am super freaked out AGAIN! You're super brave living where you do. What about your family members? How are they finding it? Has your house always been that way?
    Too many questions but just so curious. However, I do hope you will either move soon or whatever is happening there will stop. I mean, the hob turning on itself - no, thanks!!!!
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    1. The house is around 200 years old so I'm assuming there's been some weird things going on for a while, family members have experienced similar and in some cases, have had worse experiences than me!
      Thank you for coming back after reading before bed haha

      Rosy xx

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  78. You are so brave! I wouldnt last ahaha

    marisa - summer in march

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  79. I just came from your updated version of this and as I see it you can do two things: move (I know you won't) or write more about cause it's so interesting and freaking scary at the same time :D
    also I'd love to see more of your house from outside (and with the land around you)..

    xo Honey - blog Royal Lifestyle - Twitter - Instagram

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  80. Oh wow sounds like you've been through some serious shit! I've done the blanket cocoon thing just naturally since I was a kid (forever scared of something getting me while I'm sleeping) so even though my house is totally fine that still comforts me!

    Julia // The Sunday Mode

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  81. The blanket cocoon really is a safe haven!! I remember when I moved into my first apartment without roommates that my room light would turn on and off sometimes, even while I was sleeping so several times I would leave and go sleep at my friends place or have someone come over haha. But then I did tell maintenance and they had someone come fix the wiring and it stopped so I got lucky!

    xx
    Nida | Caked To The Nines

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