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       Categories: club, closet, phone, ranch, field

My wife and I lost a set of car keys. We turned the entire house upside down, even looked outside in the dumpster to see if we may have thrown them away. At our wits end, we used a mobile phone application in hopes of getting a response about the whereabouts of our keys. We received words like, plant, chair, table, and my sister in law's first name. We thought ''wow, this might be my wife's recently passed father coming through to help. ''

We have a plant we refer to as Dad's plant next to the dining room table. The keys turned up exactly one week later, sitting in plain sight on one of the dining room chairs next to Dad's plant. There was a significant event that led up to this happening. The night the keys went missing, we heard a man and woman's voice shouting really vulgar language from our back spare bedroom. We got startled and thought someone had broken in to our home. It turned out to be our laptop (which was not online) blaring out a random podcast through the laptop' speakers at full volume. Yes, possible hack or glitch, but who knows.
Even though the laptop part and even the keys could be explained, the timing of events was weird and unsettling. This apartment is near the airport. It is definitely nowhere as creepy or haunted as some of a living space I've lived in previously. Other than occasionally being woken up hearing my name being called out, or seeing a man dressed in old military pilot fatigues standing in front of our bed, this place has been quiet. The strangest thing about paranormal experiences is they always seem to happen when you are not thinking about ghosts or the other side.
Submitted by Travis

       Categories: vent, pilot, airport, phone, military

I lived in Bakersfield for the first 25 years of my life. I was about 23 working at the Alley Cat and Cafe Med while living on S. Half Moon Drive. I returned home after working a lunch shift at Cafe Med. The plan was to relax before heading in to work that evening at the ''Cat. '' I was watching TV in the front room of the apartment when I saw what I thought was my roommate's sister walk across the door way to his room at the end of the hallway. I yelled to her, ''I see you Bree. You can't scare me. I know your there. '' It looked like the person had hidden behind the door of the room. I yelled again to her, ''come on get out of there, and let's have a beer before I go to work. '' No answer. I jumped up and ran to the room. ''I know you're behind the door Bree, quit messing around. '' I jerked the door closed to look behind it. There was no one there. I know I saw someone or something walk across that room.

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