|2 Stories to share!
||[Jul. 10th, 2006|08:20 am]
Well I have two stories I'll share this morning.
The first one is pertaining to a side by side on Taylor Ave that I lived in for a couple years when I was younger. My mom had always thought something was unique about the place and it was proven more than a couple times. This is the occurance I remember the most. One night in fall it got REALLY warm in the place, my mom went and looked at the thermostat only to see it somehow turned way up. There was only my mom, my step dad and I in the place. She turned it back down. About 20 minutes later everyone was sweating up a storm again, we were down to bathing suits and whatever we could find that was cool. She looked and again it was up high. She turned it down once more and called for a repairman. I of course couldnt go to sleep in the heat so I started playing in my bedroom. My mom decided to sit in the kitchen where the thermostat was just around the corner. She saw something go by the kicthen in to the livingroom. Not too long after it got bloody hot again. She looked in the livingroom and saw I wasn't there and confirmed it by checking my bedroom where I was still playing. She left it on till the repairman came.
He looked at it and couldn't find anything wrong with the thermostat or heating system. So he turned it down and had some coffee with my mom to see if it would happen again. They sat in the kitchen and he witnessed the exact same thing. Let's just say I don't think he was expecting that because he told my mom there was nothing he could do and left.
I would love to go back to that place again and see if it's still got some uniqueness to it.
My most recent encounter was at St. Andrews Church, I fully believe that place has paranormal activity. My husband and I were driving down River Rd after taking some pictures out near lockport. I noticed the church was open as was the historical site across the way. I had never seen inside the church so we stopped. I brought my digital camera in with us. We first went to the historical site and I had taken some pictures with no issue. On our way over to the Church I snapped some shots from the outside, then went inside. In between the shots I took outside, going inside and coming out again something happenned to my camera. I would turn it on and the display on the back would flicker, would do a mirror image of what was being seen through the lens. It was still on warrenty so we brought it back and the gentleman there said he had never seen anything like it, he actually wanted to take it cause he thought it was cool. We got a new one and haven't had any other problems with it. To this day my we think it has something to do withthat Church. Could be coincendence but I don't think so.