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There are ghosts/spirits everywhere    most dont bother anyone. 

Where I work it is haunted. One day I was sorting clothes out at work  and then all a sudden I started hearing a metal against metal noise and I turned around and the hanger was swinging by itself on the rail behind me, when I started looking at it  it stopped!     Loads of weird things like that happen.   

Some people notice it more than others.

As a kid I heard voices as well  but no one used to be there! Lol   no joke!   As a kid I was once rummaging through our tenants draws looking for something, and I heard a really angry voice saying "what you doing"  and I replied saying "just looking for something"    I then realized I'm the only person in the house!  Lol  I then ran out of the room to see if anyone was there and no one was there! 

These things dont harm you though ! 

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On 1/24/2020 at 7:25 AM, TinnkerBell said:

Bai ji raat nun soun to pehla roz ek horror movie dekhya karo for 40 days 😁

do you think guest bai ji is going to check your post after 3 years? 🤣

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20 hours ago, ipledgeblue said:

do you think guest bai ji is going to check your post after 3 years? 🤣

ipledge bai ji 🙄 o ho, I didn’t check the date, it was on the top of forum showing to me 

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