Do you ever feel that you are being watched? Or maybe you feel there is strangeness around you? Unexplained things happen without rationale?
According to paranormal investigators this might mean your house is haunted.
According to new research, six in ten people believe in ghosts and 23 per cent of us think there are spooky goings on in our homes.
Experts Barri Ghai, Sandy Lakdar and Chris Fleming will be addressing the issue in a new TV show Help! My House is Haunted.
According to them, there is a list of ten things to look out for if you think your house might be haunted.
- Feeling of being watched when alone
- Feeling a sudden and inexplicable change in temperature or a sudden static/electrical charge in the air
- Household objects mysteriously disappearing and then reappearing in different places
- Hearing unexplained whispers, footsteps, thuds or someone calling your name
- Seeing shadows or movements out the corner of your eye
- Frequent electrical problems such as lights inexplicably turning on or off, or appliances not working or acting up
- Feeling of being touched by unseen hands
- Unusual smells such as unexplained perfume scents, flowers, cigars, cigarettes, food or even the stench of death and decay
- Waking up unexpectedly between 3am and 4am and sensing dread, fear or feeling like you’re being watched
- Feeling of grief or sadness in specific rooms or areas of the house
The research, carried out by leading statistician Dr Geoff Ellis to mark the release of the new show, found 39 per cent of people have reported seeing a ghost and 67 per cent claim they know someone who has.
Interestingly, 64 per cent of people believe their pets can see ghosts.