“It made me feel kind of silly,” Dyer said.
She said neighbors had told her previously the house was haunted. “I just let them think it was,” she said.
A second experience had Dyer beginning to wonder if the neighbors were right. She said it wasn’t long after the first experience that, right at nightfall, she heard a crashing sound upstairs. She had an alarm system with a panic button installed, and she pressed it. She said she ran outside the house and hid behind a bush until police arrived. They went in and found that the crash came from the laundry room. Everything placed on two shelves was knocked off onto the floor.
There were no signs of animals who could have been responsible, Dyer said, and if so how or why would it have knocked everything off two shelves? No one else was in the house.
“I am not too easily scared,” Dyer said. She said if there was a spirt inhabiting the home, they would have to learn to live with each other. “I thought there might be something here but I’m not going to leave.”
Still, Dyer to this point has only heard things, but not seen anything – and to this day she says still hasn’t. But a visual encounter would happen, with a yard man who was in the house waiting for payment. He said he was startled when, while looking into a living room mirror, he saw a woman – not Dyer – walk behind him.
“My first thought was he had watched too many scary movies,” Dyer said.
The man described the woman as appearing in a peach, or pinkish, hue wearing a long-sleeved, high-neck formal dress. He said she had dishwater blonde hair worn in a bun and was wearing gold-rimmed glasses. He said he saw her twice.