Hot air after I felt like a breath on me?/u/DisBish95

The Paranormal | January 15, 2023

Hot air after I felt like a breath on me?/u/DisBish95

Hey guys, so my best friends and I are having one of our usual nights where we have sleep overs and blah blah. Work tomorrow nothing weird. But my friend just walked into the main bedroom/bathroom/wardrobe of our new house and she said it felt heavy as she went in the room (we’ve all kind of noticed this about this room) she heard something behind her but she thought it was the dogs sobpaid no attention Then she stopped and heard someone breath out loudly and she felt the air on her neck. And straight after this there was a huge gust of boiling hot wind swooped near her head (couldn’t have been then dogs at her head, they are staffys and one of the are 15 weeks old. I want to know if anyone knows what a hot gust of wind could mean or be? We have ducted aircon and it’s currently set to 19° because it’s a hot ass 32° night so it wasn’t the air con. The main room is also one of the coldest rooms of the house. I just want to find out if anyone knows if hot air instead of cold air means anything?

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[link] [comments]Hey guys, so my best friends and I are having one of our usual nights where we have sleep overs and blah blah. Work tomorrow nothing weird. But my friend just walked into the main bedroom/bathroom/wardrobe of our new house and she said it felt heavy as she went in the room (we’ve all kind of noticed this about this room) she heard something behind her but she thought it was the dogs sobpaid no attention Then she stopped and heard someone breath out loudly and she felt the air on her neck. And straight after this there was a huge gust of boiling hot wind swooped near her head (couldn’t have been then dogs at her head, they are staffys and one of the are 15 weeks old. I want to know if anyone knows what a hot gust of wind could mean or be? We have ducted aircon and it’s currently set to 19° because it’s a hot ass 32° night so it wasn’t the air con. The main room is also one of the coldest rooms of the house. I just want to find out if anyone knows if hot air instead of cold air means anything? submitted by /u/DisBish95 [link] [comments]

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