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I used to live in south Whittier over by Candlewood back in the 90s. There was one particular room in our house that was just straight up freaky, first of all, because no light would fall on the floor even if you shone a flashlight at night. Nobody really noticed this until I started sleeping on the couch (I was the oldest and didn't want to share the room with my brother anymore). It didn't really bother me too much until after this particular experience which just creeped me out:
It started when we bought a second TV. Everyone was excited to put it in this room because then the older kids could watch what we wanted in there (plus I would have a TV in my room, yay!).
Well when we first hooked it up, we couldn't get good reception anywhere in the room, even when we connected it to the antenna on the roof. So we moved it to the other room and it had a perfect picture even without the antenna attached! Since it wouldn't make sense to have two TVs in the same room we tried moving the big old projection to the back room, but then that started getting bad signal too.|
So my dad, being sympathetic to our plight, broke down and decided to get cable. And in order to get the cable to the back room, they naturally had to run it under the house. But when the cable guy was down there he said he found an old wooden box half buried in the dirt under the back room. My dad went down there to check it out and he pulled it out to see what was inside. As soon as he did this, the TV picture cleared up instantly (the kids assumed it was the cable, but he hadn't finished hooking it up yet).|
I watched my dad open the box from the window and inside was an urn full of ashes and an envelope with a letter and a ring inside. I thought it was funny because my dad started to freak out a little and I didn't understand at the time what it was.
But my dad saw me watching and sat down with me and told me what it was and to NOT tell my mom because he couldn't afford to move right now. Ever since then I've been afraid of what might be hidden under my house. To this day every time my TV loses reception I'm afraid that I'm going to find a corpse or something under my house and I call someone (friend or my dad) to check it out.
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