"I was glad to see that other speak up about haunting!!
I was very young about 2 years old, my brother was 4 and my sister was 7, we lived in a building on Colonial between Prince Arthur and Roy the building is no longer there it was torn down a few years after we moved out and turned into a parking lot.
I still remember it as if it was yesterday!!! We all slept in the same bed, a bed that was there when we moved in the apartment as my mother and siblings had just moved to Montreal from Europe to join my dad that was already here.
In that bedroom was a double bed, a dresser and night tables, the walls were covered with news papers, old news papers and poof a man appears, small about our height dressed in a tuxedo, he would try to talk to us but we were scared and we would start to cry and scream, by mother would come in the room, open the light and the man would dis-appear, this went on for a while.
I remember one day very early we were all playing like the game tag and the little man was playing with us as well he was running after us and laughing, my sister and brother jumped on the bed, I tried to jump but I was smaller so the man grabbed my leg and would let go, it was a horrible feeling, he finally let go so after all that screaming my mom had tied a rope to the light switch from our bed so that we could open the light when we were scared. I remember another time when a women appeared with him she was dressed in a gold sequence dress, she had her hair all up in a bun with a crown on her hair and a lot of jewellery then we moved! The building was torn down a few years later to make a parking lot.
Hauntings didn't stop there for me, I had a few others during my life the last one was December 2006 and I am 52 years old now."
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