We may be far from Halloween season, but coronavirus is still spooking people as they stay home quarantined.
Some residents of homes who have already experienced paranormal activity have seen a surge of strange things happening in their home while they are in lockdown. Believers tell the NYPost that there are books flying off shelves, 'cold brushes' of air and pets behaving more strange.
“The more I’m stuck in this house, the more there’s a feeling,” said Kurt Schleicher, 56, of Tampa, Fla., who has been forced to stay at home during coronavirus in the notorious house where killer Victor Licata slaughtered his parents, three siblings and the family pooch in 1933.
“You notice all of these weird [supernatural] things when you normally wouldn’t. And there’s so much time to think about how scary they are.”
Before lockdown, Schleicher told The Post he has been fine sharing his home saying, “I guess you could say I’m getting to know my roommates,” he said. “They left this earth in stressful way — they were murdered while they slept — and their time was cut short, so I understand where they’re coming from.” He originally bought the home being a 'non believer' but now says he was wrong.
“My dog, a boxer, has been sitting in the bedroom where the mother was murdered and barking at the wall for no reason. It’s not in his nature,” he said. “In the bathroom, you can feel a coldness come over you, a cold brush of something walking by.”
Another incident in Los Angeles has occurred with Adrian Gomez. He recently heard a doorknob 'rattling vigorously' and saw a shaking window. The shaking was so hard he thought maybe an earthquake hit his home according to The New York Times.
“I’m a fairly rational person,” said Mr. Gomez, 26, told the paper. “I try to think, ‘What are the reasonable, tangible things that could be causing this?’ But when I don’t have those answers, I start to think, ‘Maybe something else is going on.’”
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