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|1.||Heard Noises - Footsteps to crashing noises as if something or a
being was being thrown against a wall, or onto the floor.
(These following Incidents happened after Mrs. G had moved out to own place, but would occasionally spend a weekend with her Mom.)
|2.||Sometimes, out of the corner of her eye, when Mrs. G was in the
dining area, she would see a flash-like movement of some being or
something unrecognizable making movements, which would disappear
when she put her full attention on the happening.
|3.||Once Mrs. G heard foot steps walking overhead, across the
ceiling, as she laid in her bed. She thought that something was
wrong with her mom, but found her mom asleep in her own bed.
|4.||As Mrs. G was almost asleep, she heard distant voices that awoke
her. A week later, to the day, Mrs. G's sleep was again disrupted
by a human voice, (a girl's or a woman's), saying, "Help! - Help
me!". Her mother was staying somewhere else that evening, and after
looking outside, Mrs. G realized that the voices had come from her
|5.||Mrs. G's Mother: Heard footsteps upstairs and downstairs, when
she was on the opposite floor of the occurrences and no one was
|6.||Heard By Mrs. G's Son & Mrs. G: Mrs. G was downstairs ,
while her son was upstairs. Both heard a big crash, and thought the
noise had happened on the other's floor, while in truth it was on
|7.||Many times the door bell would ring, and no one would be
Hans Holzer visited the house and brought a medium, Sybil Leek, who found out that a man, named Wasserman, was chased into the house and killed, because his killers thought that he was someone else.
Mr. Holzer & the medium told the ghost that a lot of years had gone by and his killers were long gone, so there was no reason to stay around the house. Holzer reassured the ghost that he personally would clear the ghost's name, (Wasserman), and let everyone know in a published story that Wasserman was innocent and was a very decent, nice person. There were no more incidents in this Millbrae house.
Mrs. G, her son, and Mrs. G's mother, Mr. Holzer & Sybil Leek.