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Nine o'clock sharp! An engine and lights but this time it passed. Nothing in it.
Submitted by Kaitlynn
Comment by not to be shared: I am new here. From another state. I kept dreaming about a house/mansion here. I am of sound mind and body. Than the following week I drove by what is called ''the mayors mansion''. It was what was in my dream. I cannot get it out of my head.
Categories: home, lights, road, cars, clock
From 2005-2007 I lived with my mom and sister in Buckhill Estates, in Crown Point. During this time many creepy things happened. I am a night owl by nature as I enjoy solitude and solitary pursuits, and do not like being distracted or interrupted. Consequently, I witnessed most of the really weird things that happened in the house between 1 and 4 am, although I never noted the exact time. I will relate some of the more dramatic events... Instance 1: let me set the scene...I am a big late-night videogamer.
On the weekends I'll often settle in for 5 or 6 hours of uninterrupted overnight gaming. One night I happened to be playing a WWII strategy game that had a soundtrack consisting of military Marches and brash Germanic classical like ''ride of the valkyries,'' and ''in the hall of the mountain king.'' my fan was on and making a clacking noise as it was prone to do--presumably because it wobbles as it spins. It's not too loud, and usually I tuned it out completely. So the only sounds in my room were the videogame music and the rhythmic clacking of my fan.
I had been playing my game a couple hours and the soundtrack on the game had played through completely at least once when ''in the hall of the mountain king,'' started playing. If you know the song, you know it starts out soft and slow and builds to a loud and rapid crescendo. When the song started, the rhythm of my fan's clacking changed almost immediately and began to keep time with the song. When I say ''keep time'' I do not mean like a metronome, I mean that the fan would clack simultaneously with each note of the song like someone table drumming. Like I said, I usually tuned out the noise of the fan, and I noticed it only because it clearly changed it's rhythm.
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