Hey folks... just wanted to get an opinion on this. My fiancee and I moved into this basement suite in February. We really like it here, it's affordable, has it's own washer/dryer, internet is included, it looks out onto this really great pond (beavers, ducks, etc). Shortly after we moved in, my fiancee switched jobs, and so she was staying up later than me, very regularly, as hers was later in the day, and my job is quite early. MANY times, she'd come running into the bedroom, absolutely terrified that someone was watching her. At first I brushed it off and thought she was being paranoid, because there is a trail that goes around the pond and the trail is only about 20 feet from our window on the other side of a chainlink fence, but we are slightly higher up than the trail. There are window coverings, but in the living room where the big sliding glass window is, the curtains are slightly sheer and you can see "shapes" through them. Anyways, this has gone on for quite awhile, this feeling of hers in the evening of being watched. Last week I was in our bedroom reading and I kind've felt like I was not alone, at first I thought it was the cat, but when I called her, she didn't come (usually a sign that she's sleeping somewhere else or in the window in the den). I went back to my book, and oddly, out of the corner of my eye I saw a figure in the room, a girl with short dark straight hair and a purple coat. When I looked directly over at her, she was gone. I really didn't think a whole lot of it, just figured it was my imagination. I didn't even tell my fiancee about it. Well, last night, my fiancee came running into the room. I had to get up with her and shut everything off and then we went back to bed. Before we went to sleep, I asked her an odd, but curious question, designed not to alarm her to my suspicion. I asked her, that if her feeling of being watched had a colour, what colour would it be? She replied "purple". Now I've looked around the web a little bit and found quite a few stories of people saying that first see ghosts "out of the corner of their eye". (Note that this is today, well after the fact of my seeing the girl out of the corner of my eye). Quite a few also have the "feeling of someone in the room" as part of their tale. The only odd occurence we've noticed in our suite is that the fridge keeps getting turned to it's coldest setting, but I've long chalked that to the dial getting bumped as it is in the stupidest place I've ever seen in a fridge. I don't want to cause my fiancee more stress by telling her we might have a ghost, as she'd be packing and ready to move ASAP. I'm personally not one to be superstitious (if that is the right word, I don't know) in situations like this, but it seems too odd and coincidental. Maybe I should just play Ghostbusters 1 and 2 indefinitely and hope it gets the hint.