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What Happened at 6460 Kester Avenue?

Los AngelesCaliforniaUnited States

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  • 2010-2011

    Living in this house, experienced some unexplained events - shortly after moving in, cell phones would fly off the table or counter. On one instance after my cell phone flew off an end table, I picked phone up and positioned in the very center of the table, about two minutes later I heard a loud noise, turned around and saw that my cell phone was once again on the floor. This happened for a few weeks and then suddenly stopped. Our television in the living room would turn on at full blast in the middle of the night. My half full coke can moved about three inches while on the table, stopped and then moved another two or three inches. We would hear strange sounds in the living room area. Came home to find a flood in the bathroom, toilet, sink and tub had no issue, no leaks, nothing. I have no idea where this water came from. Television or radio would change channels on their own.


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