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Submitted by Crystalcakes91
Categories: baby, park, apartment
My brother owns a house on Passons and West, just north of Whittier Blvd. , it's the house with the huge grapefruit tree in the front. He once told me of an incident that happened in his home. One night he was awakened by the persistent sound of clapping in his backyard. It was very late, perhaps midnight if not later, and he needed to sleep because he had to get up early the next morning for work.
The clapping, however, would not stop. Irritated by this annoying continuous clapping, my brother decided to get out of bed and go to the backyard to confront the source of this aggravating clapping. As he got out of bed and walked through the living room, the kitchen, and finally the back room that leads to the backyard, the clapping continued on. My brother thought it was perhaps some vagrant who most likely was trespassing on his property high on PCP or something.
As soon as he turned the lights on in the backyard to see who might be out there clapping, however, the clapping stopped immediately. He opened the door and searched visually to see if anyone was there, but there was no one there. He then turned off the lights, locked the back door, and went back to bed thinking who ever was back there clapping probably got scared off and left.
But as soon as his head hit the pillow and he began to get comfortable in bed, the clapping resumed, only this time it was faster and louder than before. My brother jumped out of bed immediately and ran to the back room again, flicked the lights on again, and the clapping stopped at once. Again, he looked around to see if anyone was there, but just like before, there was no one. He went back to bed for the second time.
Right by the headboard of his bed is a large window that leads to the side of the house. As soon as he got in bed and tried to get comfortable again, the clapping began once again, only this time it was right outside the window next to his headboard, right outside bedroom window by his bed. The clapping, of course, sounded a hundred times louder coming from outside his bedroom window.
He said that at this point he sprang out of bed, shoved the window curtains to one side, and looked out his window. There was no one there. He decided to go outside and take a closer look. He searched the side of the house where he had heard the clapping outside his window, but there was no one there, and the phantom clapping stopped for good. That was not the last time unexplainable noises were heard in his house.
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