Is my room haunted?
Obi Wan Knievel
A glitch in Google Home does not indicate a haunting. Neither does half-seeing stuff for a split second.
<The weird part is that I don’t take it serious because I don’t [want to] believe in “ghosts”.> Why is it that virtually every time we see this claim, the writer immediately goes on to demonstrate just how untrue it is? . <Is my room haunted?> No, just your imagination. Auditory hallucinations aren't all that uncommon, and when we're tired late at night is exactly when they are likeliest to occur. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypnagogia Or, your computer really did say something. I don't know why you'd think it's extraordinary that a piece of electronics designed specifically to make sounds might do so, just because you weren't expecting it. . <Also I saw a figure from the corner of my eye the other day. Pretty frightening right.> No, not frightening at all. We can't see sharply in our peripheral vision. You can't even read what words are in the top sentence of this answer without looking directly at them. You saw a blurry optical floater in your peripheral vision and you want to think it was some sort of scary paranormal event, so you're choosing to think of it as a "figure", and not what it was, an indistinct blur. . .
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Possibly but if it is google that makes you think so then probably not.
maybe. also, the CIA is watching you. or, maybe it's your guardian angel?
probably not, you nnight be hallucinating, i would go see a psychiatrist, you nnight need nneds for it