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However, here are some basic tips to get you started…Before you begin testing for activity, I suggest interviewing witnesses.The fact that your roommate mentioned moving objects is interesting.No, I don't think the "patting of feet" is necessarily a sign of resentment.Be sure to account for natural, man-made causes before automatically assuming that all orbs are paranormal.You can test for paranormal activity by capturing EVP audio recordings.Other ways to research the history of a location include searching for information online, talking to past property owners, calling the local police (I'm always surprised at how much information the local police can tell you about a property — they really are great sources of information), or chatting with the neighbors.If apparitions (ghosts) have been sighted, set up a video camera (on a tripod) to document the strange activity.
If apparitions (ghosts) are reported in a certain area, take photos of the area. CAUTION: Sometimes orbs can be caused by dust or light reflecting off the camera lens or flash.
Find out if there have been reports of strange activity, what types of strange activity, and where the sightings/activity took place.
Interviewing witnesses will give you a good starting point, and provide clues about whether you're dealing with a residual haunting, an intelligent haunting – or no haunting at all. Don't believe everything you're told (stories are often exaggerated) — just listen with an open mind.
I got a few steps outside the room when to the left of me the sounds of "patting" of feet.
I froze in my stride, shakened by the sound that close to me.