Since difficult child was 5 or 6 he has told me that he sees things. He was not on medications at that time and I kind of chalked it up to an over active imaginiation. Once he was put on medications that made him see and hear really intense things, one of those times we were in a mexican restaurant and he was climbing all over me wanting me to hold him. My friend said what is wrong? I asked him and he said that he was hearing screaming. I found out by accident later that the restaurant was built on what used to be a cemetary. Just creeped me out. Since we moved to Virginia last year, some strange things happened. In our house that we just moved out of last month, his radio would shut on and off by itself. His TV would do the same. He came running out of the bathroom one day white as a sheet and said that when he walked in there, the toilet paper roll started spinning fast all by itself. I went in there and all the toilet paper was off the roll in a heap on the floor. When we were showing that house trying to get it rented, there was a hispanic family that came to look at it, and they were there all of about 2 minutes when they said something to each other in spanish and quickly left. They didn't even look at the upstairs or back yard or anything. It just made me wonder. Well now we live in military housing way out in the country. This is a brand new house, so of coarse I was hoping that nothing strange would happen. But today, I called the house to tell difficult child to go get his karate uniform on and he said that he was scared to go into his room. He said that he was up there playing music and his trophy fell off of his dresser and then his water bottle fell off of his desk which is on the opposite wall. I want to find out the history of the area we live in, because many of the houses on the main road have very very old tombstones right in their front yard. husband says that back in the old days it was not uncommon for people to bury their loved ones by their homes. I just find it kind of strange. I know that George Washington had a canal built close to where we live and I think a war was fought here too. If anyone knows anything about the history of chesapeake, va...please let me know. As far as difficult child goes, I am at a loss as to how to handle these things. I have just matter of factly looked at him and repeated what he says back to me. I don't want to down play it and make him feel like he is losing his mind (I have seen and heard the tv and radio thing in his room), but I don't want to over react and make him feel unsafe in his own house. I asked husband today (after the phone call about karate uniform) what he would say if I told him I thought difficult child was "sensitive" and he said that I am full of it. He doesn't believe in anything paranormal. any suggestions on how to handle this?