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IN HONOR OF HALLOWEEN! Top 10 Ways You Know Your Home Is Haunted!

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I am fortunate, I live in a notoriously haunted Florida town. Which hosts one of the best haunted museums ever! In honor of All Hallows Eve, I bring you this top 10 list of ways you can tell you live in a haunted house.


#10. You hear the floor creaking like someone is walking when you are the only one home.

#9. You walk into the kitchen and all your cabinets are open when you know you left them shut.

#8. Your dog barks or cat hisses at nothing you can see.

#7. You try using a selfie filter for faces and a face appears on your screen.
(Yes, this has happened in my home and previous home multiple times.)

#6. You hear conversations in the next room and when you go to see who is in your house there is no one there.

#5 Objects are not where you left them.

#4. You see shadows and people out of the corner of your eye.

#3. Objects are thrown at you when you are alone..

#2. You live in one of the most haunted towns in your state so you best just deal with it because the odds are against you!

#1. You start seeing spirits right in front of you.


Just a little spooktacular bit of fun for you all! Happy ALL HALLOWS EVE!
Blessings and have a great time Trick or Treating!

-Angie

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