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Moving house - one room feels off?!

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itsnotallrainbows Sun 20-Oct-19 00:07:32

We currently rent and went to look at a more family home, more space and bigger rooms perfect! We viewed the property and we loved it. Except one thing has been playing on my mind I felt normal throughout the whole viewing but one bedroom to the rear of the house I just had a bad feeling, I felt sick just generally off! And what’s weird is downstairs I felt the same in the kitchen (below that bedroom!) I’m trying to shake the thought off because we are going for the house and my partner thinks I’m going mad! Ha! Anyone had anything similar? The bedroom i have mentioned will be my sons room which makes me more nervous! But no explanation why

timshelthechoice Sun 20-Oct-19 00:10:27

Sorry but I wouldn't take that house.

ThreeLittleDots Sun 20-Oct-19 00:12:08

Infrasound

LooksLikeImStuckHere Sun 20-Oct-19 00:12:58

I wouldn’t either. Even though I know it’s ridiculous.

We stayed in a house in Wales once when I was a child and I’ll never forget the feeling of dread I felt in my bedroom. The whole house felt a bit off but mine was just awful.

LooksLikeImStuckHere Sun 20-Oct-19 00:14:41

Just read something quickly on infrasound - interesting!

timshelthechoice Sun 20-Oct-19 00:15:56

Don't talk yourself into this. There will be other houses. I sure as hell would not put my kid in a room that felt in any way off for any reason.

Pantsomime Sun 20-Oct-19 00:16:05

Don’t buy it! I felt overwhelmed by fear and sadness when I got half way into a longe once when viewing it - I had to leave, the agent was with me and said they knew of no incidents but it was palpable to me and a really bad feeling. Viewed hundreds of houses before and since and only felt it once but there was no mistaking that feeling- stay clear OP

steff13 Sun 20-Oct-19 00:17:07

I wouldn't take it.

timshelthechoice Sun 20-Oct-19 00:19:30

I had to leave, the agent was with me and said they knew of no incidents

Of course they say that, their job is to flog the place, they're not going to sabotage a potential sale, they're not the ones who have to live in it.

Swimslikeamole Sun 20-Oct-19 00:20:25

I've had that feeling in houses. My mum felt it in our first family home too - turned out something very sad had happened in that room. I've also walked into homes that feel beautiful, a happy energy in them. Good luck.

littlepaddypaws Sun 20-Oct-19 00:20:39

i'd not take on the house either, i rely on gut instinct, plus kids pick up on this stuff even if you don't say anything about it. we have had several 'visitors' to our home while the kids were young, a young girl, elderly gent, a black human form and a smoker.the dc sometimes mentioned these visitors but i didn't take too much notice until i saw them myself.
we acknowledge them, say hello, then get on with what we are doing. but there are no negative vibes with them.

WagtailRobin Sun 20-Oct-19 00:22:43

Trust your gut instinct!

PowerFlowerrr Sun 20-Oct-19 00:24:10

I'd never suggest moving into a place that makes you feel uncomfortable, but im always a bit hmm when people bring up rhis Mystic Meg kind of crap tbh.

Pannalash Sun 20-Oct-19 00:29:36

Don’t take it OP

ToodlesnOOdleSAR Sun 20-Oct-19 00:30:57

Absolutely do not go for it! It's going to be your home! You don't want to be putting your kids to sleep in a room that you get weird vibes from.
If your partner thinks you're going mad, just know that you're not and come up with another reason you don't like it.
Not a chance in hell would I move somewhere that felt off.x

Bluerussian Sun 20-Oct-19 00:31:47

I'm very sensitive to atmospheres - don't believe in ghosts or anything like that but if something bad has happened somewhere, I'm aware of it.

Look for another house. This one will not be your ideal home if you are so uneasy about two rooms. There will be other houses just as good but without the atmosphere.

Jayaywhynot Sun 20-Oct-19 00:34:46

I'm with everyone else, dont do it, there's a reason we pick up on vibes, trust your instincts

Elodie2019 Sun 20-Oct-19 00:34:47

Another saying don't take it.

Skyecat Sun 20-Oct-19 00:36:18

Are you prepared to live with that feeling for as long as you are in that house? I'd look for a different house you feel entirely comfortable in.

Thetruth02 Sun 20-Oct-19 00:37:19

I’ve never ever felt like that - but if I did - I wouldn’t take the house... you should be 100% comfortable in you home

BillHadersNewWife Sun 20-Oct-19 00:39:01

We had this in our current house. One of the bedrooms has a strange air about it. When we ripped up the carpets, there was newspaper and lino from the 1930s and also multiple odd drawings....one of them depicted a man being hung. Others had sort of demon looking figures.

They were very old. I burned them up. We sanded the floorboards and painted and it felt like a new room. It's probably just old energy.

Ginkypig Sun 20-Oct-19 00:39:25

It doesn't really matter if you believe in woo things or not or if it turns out something terrible has happened there or if the mobile pylon signal is too close to that particular room, or if the paint is giving off fumes.

None of that actually matters, all that matters is if those rooms make you feel sick, ill etc then you will never enjoy living in that house so it is not the right house for you.

joystir59 Sun 20-Oct-19 00:41:16

I had this with one bedroom in a housei wanted to rent. Turned out a very depressed person had slept in it and my friends said I needed to cleanse her energy from the room. I meditated and envisioned sending rose and Jeanine petals into the room and next time I went in their the room felt fine.

Justaboy Sun 20-Oct-19 00:41:36

There have been a few threads like this in the past some seem more sensitive and some not. It even happenes with places, I remember someone was up on Winter hill in lankyshire near the village of Belmont said it gave them the creeps big time!

Someone else also mentioned Infrasound thats sound waves below the normal human hearing limit of 20 Hz or cycles per second, bout time someone did a bit of reasearch into that!.

Not saying it happenes all the time but it did seem there was a link.

littleorangecat22 Sun 20-Oct-19 00:42:45

Wouldn't buy the house.

Have felt this before in one room of a house. Never used the room. I think you'll regret it and will feel uncomfortable with the room/house.

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