I have a ghost in my house?

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  • I have a ghost in my house?


Answer #1 | 22/12 2013 21:54
Consider yourself lucky. This poltergeist seems to like you.
Answer #2 | 22/12 2013 21:54
check your wallet you left on the table. The guy probably broke in to steal money, but he washed dishes in return.
Answer #3 | 22/12 2013 21:56
Well you must have some friendly ghosts unless you were sleep walking or yourparents acame home and you didnt notice.
Answer #4 | 22/12 2013 21:57
You've just moved, and you have always been feeling bad about this house. If there are ghosts in the house, this article will (hopefully) help you get it out and to get it to move on. By the way, the list of common signs your house may be haunted are in the Tips section Get rid of negative energy using sage. One way the Native Americans used is a Sage ceremony. To do this, get two packs of sage, burn it, and spread the smoke throughout the house. Say something along the lines of "We mean you no harm, please leave this place in peace." You do not necessarily have to say that, but it has been known to work. However, this method has a few unfortunate downs. See Warnings. This is a messy way, but spread salt on the windowsills (as salt represents a sort of positive energy). Cleanse your home. This way is helpful, as you will "kill two birds with one stone". However, this method requires much preparation. To do this, wash everything in your house. All sheets, curtains, everything. Vacuum/hoover the floors and give the house a really thorough cleaning. Contact your local priest/exorcist. The priest will bless the house, hopefully at the least, making things better. If they don't, turn to the exorcist, who will be able to remove the ghosts Go through all the rooms in the house, with a small bell, ringing it quietly in each corner. Another way is to get a buddy, go through the house holding hands and saying in a firm voice "This is the house for the living, not the dead. You are dead, so we wish you well to seek the light and move on where you ought to be." Be aware that things could get kind of freaky in a matter of seconds, as ghosts often don't realize that they are dead, so reminding it that fact will cause some surprise (wouldn't you be surprised if someone told you that you were dead?) One other way is to ask the ghost questions, such as "Are you happy that we have moved into this home" and have some kind of code, like one knock on a door is Yes and two is No. This is meant to be handled by experts, though. Ghosts can sense when one is scared, or nervous easily, and can often take advantage of this fact as soon as they realize it. If the answers to your questions are negative, it may be time to look for a new house.
Answer #5 | 23/12 2013 05:54
Sleepwalking is actually a more likely explanation than a ghost doing dishes. Ghosts are generally not very good at doing dishes and tend to break them too often. Another possibility is that you did them but remembered wrong. You might have been thinking of a different day, when you went to bed without doing the dishes. And you might have forgot that it was a different day. Or the soap from doing the dishes might have got in your nose, and went straight to your brain, and caused fungus to grow there, which interfered with your thinking and made you think the dishes were done. But if you look more carefully in your kitchen, you might find they weren't done after all. Maybe you broke them all and threw them in the trash. Fungus in your brain can do that. But it was almost sure not a ghost. Ghosts just don't have what it takes to do a good job washing dishes. They can't do it quietly, and they don't get the dishes very clean. And they break too many, from being clumsy. You wouldn't believe how clumsy the average ghost is. Most ghosts hate being ghosts. Some people are envious of the seeming magical powers of ghosts. But those powers aren't all that great, and a ghost can't do a lot of things a live person can do. That's why they haunt us. Because they're envious of us and constantly wishing they were alive.
Answer #6 | 22/12 2013 23:14
Probably you did the dishes yourself and forgot about it. Ghosts generally do not exist and even if they do, they have better things to do rather then washing the dishes. Cheers! Merry Christmas!

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