This is a story of how ghosts followed me to a friend's house after my Langston Western Wear investigation. Only a day or two after visiting that building and having the experience of capturing ghost faces on video, strange things began happening at my friend's house. This friend was not with us at the time, but due to me just visiting a known haunted and sometimes violently haunted location, I don't think it's a leap to make the connection that a spirit followed me to his house.
We were sitting in his back TV room talking and such for hours. He had a lamp with no lampshade, just a bare bulb on his table. I complained more than a few times that the light kept getting brighter or I don't know what, it just kept bugging me from the corner of my eye. So after my third complaint, he put a lampshade on the lamp. Mind you, there was a reason he didn't have a lampshade on: The shade he does have doesn't fit the lamp so he had to lightly rest it on top of the bulb because it had no clips.
We got back to talking and then... the lampshade pops a few inches straight up into the air and plops down on the table in front of the lamp. It was as if a person put their hands under it and gave it a rap straight up into the air. We both grew silent and looked at each other because this was very very weird. Something was making a forceful statement. Lampshades don't pop into the air for no reason.
I don't take kindly to anyone showing force in my friend's home, so we decided to burn sage, a Native American ritual, to cleanse the house. I began speaking out loud to the spirit and I wasn't being nice. I screamed at it, telling it that it WILL NOT hurt my friends or family. My immediate fear was that I would bring harm to my family because I stirred up a hornets nest of energy at the building i went to.
We walked through the house burning sage and trying to make ourselves not feel like we had just witnessed something completely unreal. I remember saying, "This is a house of peace," and we both heard an immediate reaction. It was a low growl or something. I tried to tell myself that it was a dog barking outside because I don't think I could have handled it being true.
Fast forward a few weeks later. The same friend and I were standing in the hallway. All of a sudden a sound as if someone had grabbed a dresser and shook it violently came from the hallway we were in. There is not dresser in that area and no reason that loud sound should have come from there. Once again, we looked at each other and both knew that this damn thing was getting rowdy again.
Those are the only weird things that have happened. Lately we haven't felt any energy at all, so I think it moved on. The moral of my story is: If you kick a hornets nest, then you better be ready to fight the swarm you have brought upon yourself.