Originally Posted by duluthralphie
This is a true story and it is ongoing.
I suggest you not read this if you are at all afraid of ghosts.
My DW and I are being haunted. We know it.
Some relative, friend or worse yet enemy is haunting us in a reincarnated form.
The person haunting us has come back as a chickadee. A male chickadee. Now I know
some of you are thinking there is no way a chickadee can be a threat. Let me tell you, you are wrong!
We have two windows in our dining room, one on the west, a small older style window, and a large picture window with sliders on the north. The chickadee will hit the window on the west and try to sit on the horizontal diveder between the upper and lower windows. He sits there and pecks at the window. Staring at us while we eat, have coffee or work on computers. It is unnerving. At first we thought it was cute.
After we failed to be suitably unnerved, he moved to the front/north window. He hits the window and sits of the bottom sash and looks in at us. Worse yet, I have a wire hanging about a foot out from the window all the way across the window that I hang hummingbird feeders on, the bird will fly to the wire, and if we do not pay attention to it, it flies into the window making a thud and flying back to the wire to stare at us.
This has been going on all day long for over a week now. I thought it was not happy with its feed and wanted something else, I ran to the store and got it more variety of feed for it. I must have not gotten the right thing as it not only kept up the haunting but has increased his activity.
Yesterday, we decided to take grandpa naps in our bedroom. We have a large picture window/slider that looks to the east into the woods in our bedroom. The bird saw us in the bedroom and started hitting that window, sitting on the screen and pecking the window. Did you know it is impossible to sleep when a bird is pounding on the window?
This is when my wife an I at the same time decided the bird was the reincarnation of someone we ****** off somehow. We are now afraid to close our eyes in the bedroom. We are wondering if we need an exorcism.
BUT it got even worse, last night we went to watch TV and the bird attacked us in there. We have a north and east window in the living room. He attacked us in both rooms. He sat on the screen and stared at us for over an hour, occasionally hitting the window.
Whatever room we are in he hits and stares at us. What do we do? How do we stop this? We have thought he might want in, but are afraid to let him in incase he is a vampire chickadee. We do not want to let him in, go to sleep and wake up dead by pecking. Help us!