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He would say that he heard his name being called out. And one time as we were getting ready for bed I saw my son looking down the hall with his flashlight. He said he heard someone calling him from the den.
No one was there, we were all in our bedrooms. As I was doing laundry one night I went to sit and take a break. I looked down the hall at the pile of clothes on the floor and the way the blanket was placed on the floor it had a shape of a face, I mean it looked scary and it was looking in my direction.
It was scary because it looked monster or demon-like. I didn't finish laundry that night. I waited till my husband got home and waited till he walked down the hall first. He stepped
on the blanket.|
A lot of times I felt a presence, we only stayed for our leases time.
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I strongly believe that my aunt's spirit still lives in her house. She suddenly passed not too long after purchasing her home. She was so happy to have purchased it. Her son was the beneficiary and was just a toddler at the time of her death. In order to avoid losing the home, I rented it so that my grandmother could make the payments. I have always been a believer. One day after work I had some time to nap before my son arrived from school. I was in a good sleep when I heard my name shouted out loud in Spanish ''Alma! '' I then lifted my head half asleep and said ''what? '' I was the only one home. She was one of only two people to call my name in Spanish.
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