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« on: November 09, 2010, 03:04:12 am »

An unpleasant surprise propped up unexpectedly for a few relatives of mine.  My husband's widowed aunt and her 3 children (all in their teens) bought a house in a suburban area of the place they live in.  The suburb is not a lonely place.  It's small but has a cheerful community.  The house isn't large either, quite compact rather, but looks pretty fancy and it's new.  They purchased it and moved in about 8 or 9 months ago.  The first couple of months were fine. No one felt nor suspected anything.  Gradually the inexplicable 'sounds and scents' began.  They have not seen anything yet but keep hearing something or the other almost everyday, and sometimes also discover inexplicable happenings like household items vanishing from the place they were kept and being found in some other unthinkable spot.  By now they are quite aware that there is some paranormal activity around.  That, I guess, has started playing in their minds and they say they also get the feeling of being watched, and the feeling that someone other than the 4 of them is constantly around.  When they wake up and go to the kitchen to prepare breakfast, the kitchen light in invariably on even though they say they always switch all lights off before going to bed.  The fragrance of fresh flowers is also common even though they hardly have a garden, let alone that many flowers to fill the house with their scent - just a very small yard mostly packed with gravel.  A few days back it got spooky.  One of the daughters was sitting on the couch and watching TV at about 6 in the evening when she felt a shove by the side of her arm which physically moved her and she half fell sideways in the couch.  She jumped up the couch, called out to the others.  Everyone rushed, looked all around the house.  No one and nothing was seen anywhere.    They have started many extra recitations of the Noble Quran and nafl prayers.  This helps greatly but needs to be continued.  Any let up on that makes the sounds and occurences resume with the same frequency as before.  They feel pretty much in a quandary and the  thought of living there indefinitely makes them very uneasy.  I can understand that.  Well, let's see what happens.
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« Reply #1 on: November 12, 2010, 08:05:08 pm »

Ooii Sis!!  this sounds damned freaky!  these relatives of yours must goin bonkers with fear & confusion.  Tell them to make a thorough check on the house and its surroundings .... I mean, to make sure that it isn't someone's mean sense of humor.  But then yeah, that incident of the daughter feeling a shove in her arm .. the only possible explanation for that can be the paranormal.

Usually, after coming to a new home if one starts to experience such episodes, only daily additional recitations of the Quran can help.  The only other way out is to sell the place and buy a new residence.  Btw, was this house sold to them cheaper than the normal market value of the property.   That often smells of a dead rat.
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« Reply #2 on: November 12, 2010, 09:37:05 pm »

Well yeah, the entire family has been shitting bricks and presently it's become a combination of spooks and a nuisance.  Apart from the eerie nature, it can be quite annoying if things of daily use go missing from their usual places and later be found by chance in some nook or corner of the house you would least expect.  Neither does it feel pleasant being pushed and bullied by a jin  Cheesy  My mom also asked them if the place was sold cheaper.  They said that the property was priced at the market rate and the sellers didn't even allow any bargaining.  However, they did offer a few tailend perks to simplify the closing deal.  E.g. they asked for only one week to move out and handover vacant possession.  Usually sellers ask for at least 60 days for vacant possession, sometimes upto 90 days or more.  They also offered to do a some necessary repairs inside and outside of the house before the closing deal, and they did fulfill that promise in time.  The house was also very nicely furnished.  When my relatives went to see it with their broker, one of them asked the owner if, apart from the cooker & fridge, they were willing to give some of their other electronics/furniture with the house.  They said they didn't intend to give away anything else other than fridge and cooker, but as a favor they told the family to pick the stuff they liked.  My aunt picked 5 pieces of exellent (rather top notch) furniture she wanted them to leave behind.   They agreed to leave 4.  It pretty much surprised my aunt and her kids.  If we were selling our house, we wouldn't give away our best pieces of furniture, prices inclusive in the deal that was made before asking for the furniture .. and even prior to requesting the repair works to be done by the sellers.   
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« Reply #3 on: November 13, 2010, 11:46:32 pm »

hummmm  ???    I think they did indirectly sell it cheaper than usual.  Essential repairs plus 4 pieces of classy furniture coming with the house should add a sum of approximately $ 10,000 to $15,000 over the given price.  and yes, 7 days is a very quick handover.  They apparently wanted to rush out of that house as quickly as possible.  Maybe they were also wary that the buyers might hear from someone that jinns are partying in that house  Grin and so might back off.  If I was in their shoes, I too would have tried to take off at the quickest and be done with it.  It means they were definitely trying to dump the jinns on your relatives.  However, I wouldn't advise your aunt and cousins to make hasty decisions by selling it and moving out.  I think they should keep up with their additional Quranic recitations, and keep monitoring the level of progress.  It's worth giving a try.  Moving out of one's home in such short intervals isn't easy. It maybe that in due course of time the jinns become a bit friendly.  Instead of pushing or shoving, they might just gently touch or mildly pinch at worst  Cheesy  Though not an ideal situation, yet it's far better than living in constant fear of one's home be broken in or raided by human thieves or criminals. 
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« Reply #4 on: November 17, 2010, 05:37:48 am »

 Sad  u r right.  It's quite a mind boggling situation for them.  however, they are still composed.  The time hasn't yet arrived to get desperate Smiley  let's see what happens as time goes by. 
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« Reply #5 on: December 19, 2010, 09:40:14 am »

sorry, I missed this interesting thread and i'm reading it after quite sometime.  so, what's the situation like now sister?  Is mr. Jin still coming to their house for his 'vacations?'   Grin
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« Reply #6 on: December 19, 2010, 10:39:23 am »

heeheheee  Grin  .... latest update on Mr. jin required
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« Reply #7 on: February 20, 2011, 01:59:10 am »

lol ,,  LaaughingAway    sorry for the very late reply, sis.  I guess I missed the notification.  They sold the house about a month ago, mid Jan. 2011.  Things didn't get worse but not better either, so the uneasiness continued and they felt it wasn't worth it.  They were so spooked that they didn't have the guts to get into another house.  They've now bought a condo.  Things are more peaceful and we see them smiling a lot more  Cheesy    Thank Allah for protecting them against what apparently looked like a house visited by the jinn.  And Allah knows best.
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« Reply #8 on: March 04, 2011, 04:02:50 am »

Aw!  that must have been quite a hassle.  But a home without peace of mind is pointless anyway.  So I'm sure they did a good thing moving out.  
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« Reply #9 on: March 04, 2011, 05:14:54 am »

good decision  claaap
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« Reply #10 on: March 04, 2011, 05:25:52 am »

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