Loud radiators

It felt like the sounds were coming from every single room, but when I peeked inside no one was there.

If you’re anything like me, then you genuinely believe in the spooky and scary things in life. Call me crazy, but I’m not convinced that aliens are fake. I mean, I know that they’re out there somewhere. I don’t think that Bigfoot is completely impossible. I have a vested interest in the Loch Ness monster. And frankly, I actually think that ghosts are a real phenomenon. That’s why, it’s pretty easy for me to get creeped out when I spend too much time alone, especially when the weather is cooperating and creating a spooky environment. This is what happened to me recently when I offered it to house sit for my boss. I knew it was supposed to be stormy, so I asked him some information about finding flashlights and the electrical box. He agreed that there was a possibility for a power outage, and recommended that I come prepared with a small portable heater in case anything went wrong. However, he didn’t mention that his indoor air temperature control equipment was basically haunted. As the torrential rain was pounding outside, I kept hearing strange creaking and banging sounds inside. I had no idea what could be going on, but I was getting extremely creeps out every time I felt the house get cold and then begin groaning and creaking. It felt like the sounds were coming from every single room, but when I peeked inside no one was there. I spent the entire time completely sleepless. I was glad that I never lost power or heat, but unhappy about the ghosts. When my boss returned, I mentioned the strange sounds to him. That’s when he told me that his old radiator system makes an awful lot of noise.

 

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