If you hear a noise outside your home or someone trying to get in your house, just press the panic button of your car. Every night I’m alone, I just stay up until my parents get home and then quickly turn off my light and pretend to fall asleep, so they won’t know I’m up, but at the same time my heart is just racing because of the fear. On top of that, they never lock the front door, saying we live in the country so we are fine (BS!!) and they have never had to lock it before, but I am not really worried too much about burglars and intruders anyway. I live with big boxers, but when they aren’t downstairs with me at night I get freaked out! Many times when I am home alone I feel that someone is going to break in and kill me. I’m looking for signs that you’re home, and for flat screen TVs or gaming systems I’d like. If you hear a noise outside your home or someone trying to get in your house, just press the panic button (on your key) and the car alarm will sound!. Especially if you’re home alone alot or the husband/bf works nights!
There are aspects of living alone that are can be a pain to deal with. I’m a minimalist, my family (parents, siblings, inlaws, etc.) aren’t! 5 – I love having a dog because if I hear a weird noise, I just look at him. Alright, to preface this, I’m really creeped the fuck out right now, if anyone here has any advice that’d be great, because this is the only place. UPDATE: it’s 9:11 and my parents aren’t home. There’s a constant tapping on the door now, and I hear stuff outside my room being messed with. I realize this sounds like really unhelpful advice, but sometimes things like these go away when the sun rises. You see unexplained lights in houses when no one is home. 3. Objects are missing from a locked box or safe and show up later outside of the secured place. You’re alone in the house, and you hear a door slam in another part of the house. Was sitting watching TV one night on my own- I switched TV off to hear a scratching noise, when I got up the cushion was moving like something was moving underneath it, I didn’t have the heart to lift the cushion.
Bedroom door opened up and hit my wife’s side of the bed. I’m chilling in the living room with my dog sleeping by my feet watching TV. All the while, I’m screaming get the fuck out of my house, someone call 911. I was home alone overnight (I was 11 but begged my dad to not get a sitter) and sitting on the computer in the living room’ that had big french windows. He saw me and climbed down real quick, I ran over, lock the door to the balcony, grab my phone, locked myself in the bathroom and called the police. I can hear my neighbours outside making a fair bit of noise, so I knew she would come into my room thinking it was me climbing out the window. That night, I had a dream, I drew on a sheet of paper what I saw in the dream. Now I’m home alone, it’s 10:30 at night and my mom won’t be back until around 3:00am. I’m hearing lots of noises and activity going on outside. Im sitting in my room tucked in a corner with my blinds closed and my door locked.
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I didn’t think it warranted a 911 call since I didn’t hear sounds of someone trying to force their way in. If the person outside is not familiar to me, I’m keeping the door closed, waiting until he/she leaves, then going back to sleep afterwards. If I was home alone I’d quickly lock the door and talk to the person through the door, telling them I’d called 911, and just see what happened from there. If someone knocked on the door that late at night, I would assume it was a neighbor in need of help or something and go to the door. Now, I realize that it’s fiction..but my friend made me wonder. But my friend made me wonder. If I’m at home during the day I leave the doors unlocked and open, because I like having the fresh air circulate through the house. The apartment door locks automatically, as do the outside doors of the building. I’ve always been pretty good about locking the doors at night or when I’m home alone. You sound like my roommate. Anyways, I woke up in the middle of the night and remember sitting up and seeing that our cat was sitting in the door frame of my mom’s room (her door was open and you could partially see into my bedroom). But the strange thing was that my mom swore up and down that she had locked the door that night, with the deadbolt and chain lock. She did not see anyone, but outside the door she saw footsteps in the snow leading to the door, but not away from it. Whenever I hear the doorbell ring, especially, when I’m home alone I am cautious to answer it. Happy Halloween, people who aren’t going to sleep tonight! Often times, there was nobody in those cottages, and we were pretty much alone for miles. I still remember him getting home and calmly, icily locking every door and sitting by the door, trying not to convey to us how scared he was. I’m not sure if the moon was super bright that night or if I had been tossing and turning so long that the sun had just started to come up but I could see the outline. Do you hear the sound of footsteps walking inside your home? Do you hear any talking or any sounds coming from the burglar? Is the burglar heading your way? Does it sound one person or multiple people? Be all-ears and listen very closely to what the burglar is doing. If you are inside a room, lock the door and hide the best you can without making any noises. You will have to know how to lock and unlock the door. Do not confront the intruder if they aren’t aware of you yet. I’m better during the day at home, but still have a little anxiety. And knowing my windows and doors are locked are of little comfort.
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But I am only afraid of the dark inside and around my own home. I try to sleep by myself in my room, but all these noises are terrible. I hear the floor creak at night and I hear my door move like if someone is trying to open the door but doesn’t know how to open a door. I’m 19 years old and have such a fear of being alone in the dark. I have no real explination for what happend last Night i just know that I’m still scared and still shaking. I was Standing in my kitchen alone when I heard what sounded exactly like my mothers voice whisper out my name right into my right ear I froze and got really scared I automatically called my mother she was ok I feel that whisper was trying to get my attention like a help attention. I checked on my kids, they didn’t seem to hear it, they were sound asleep. It lasted so long that i ended up closing the door, and going to sleep eventually. My cat is an inside/outside cat, so I never thought he got too lonely. I’m retired and home all day and all night, so when I run errands and its late afternoon when I come here, my cat hears the garage door opening and knows I’m home FINALLY! She greets me by the door, tail up and happy wiskers!. If I were in a relationship with someone like that, I would dump them! I agree with Marilyn Krieger’s response that a lot of supposed behavior problems in cats exist because the cats aren’t getting enough attention in the first place. Make sure you home is properly insulated and all of your windows and door are new and secure with the help of All Professional roofing. Human voices will calm the cat down and the outside noise would not bother her as much. I’m new to the care of kittens and I hate to be locked up all the time.
I use a baby monitor as well, along with the fact our home is completly baby proof. I told my husband what I wanted to do..which was to lock the door ONLY when we were both in the room – NEVER if he was in there alone. Which was to lock the door ONLY when we were both in the room – NEVER if he was in there alone. She used to sleep alone in her room with a table lamp on and this resulted in frequent night time wanderings. My husband, Robert, hasn’t started night wandering, but I’m going to purchase a tool box alarm before I need it, and hope I never will. Sometimes my son wakes up at night, gets out of bed and walks to a bathroom or to find me. So, it’s usually not that weird when I hear the floor creak several times above me. My house made some noise because it’s 65 years old and I’m being a wimpy spaz. Perhaps there had been a ghost of some kind in one of the closets and it stared right at me when I opened the door, but never realized it. Well..we settled into our new home and started the process of learning to live together. We settled into our new home and started the process of learning to live together. My mother started keeping the door to their room shut. I distinctly know I was not fully asleep because I could still hear outside noises..cars going by, etc. etc. Cars going by, etc. etc. So one night, I’m home alone with 1 bulldog and 3 cats – all of whom are indoors with me. So i go thru every room and make sure all the doors are locked and the windows are shut and then i’ll even lock the door to my room and make sure i have my cell phone (in case the bad guys cut the phone line to the house) and my baseball bat, you never know. 2. don’t let yourself obsess about every sound. Let yourself relax and when you hear a noise, think oh that’s just the house settling instead of OH MY GOD, SOMEONE IS BREAKING IN 3. I HATE being home alone, and I had being outside in the dark alone. I looked at my sisters but they were sound asleep. I always kept my bedroom door sht and locked at night. anyway as I was about to get up I heard this shuffling sound coming from the third floor apartment at the time the 2nd and 3rd floor apartments was both empty our family was the only one occupying the house. To not stay in the place alone. I am curious to hear what you, especially as a woman, do when someone unexpected comes to the door and you are home alone. But, I am starting to think that I’m not going to answer the door anymore to anyone I don’t know unless it is a delivery person. I would like to note that when I an home alone or home with my children, I do the same thing. I rarely get people at the door who aren’t my neighbor or landlord. That sounds terrible! AS SOON AS YOU GET INTO YOUR CAR, LOCK THE DOORS AND LEAVE. He said they have not verified it, but have had several calls by women saying that they hear baby’s cries outside their doors when they’re home alone at night. However, it is not a mistake to keep in mind people aren’t always what they appear to be, and that someone who looks disabled or encumbered might well be entirely able-bodied. If you wake up in the middle of the night to hear all your taps outside running or what you think is a burst pipe, DO NOT GO OUT TO INVESTIGATE! These people turn on all your outside taps full blast so that you will go out to investigate and then attack. When the chief asked the person to come in, he pushed the door gently, making the old wood door creak. Everyone knew who he was – he was the infamous investigator Sasuke Uchiha.