How wonderful. The list goes as follows...
1) Unexplained Noises
2) Doors opening and closing
3) Lights turning on and off
4) Items Disappearing
5) Unexplained Shadows
6) Strange domestic animal behavior
7) Feeling of being watched
8) Psychokinetic phenomena--seeing a door open
9) Feeling of being touched
10) Whispers and Muffled voices
11) Cold or Hot spots--major temperature changes
12) Unexplained smells
13) Objects moving
14) Physical Assault
15) Hand or Foot prints
And there you have it. Anybody who believes this surely hasn't pulled any of their skeptical muscles. To be fair, the owners of the website do offer some seemingly valid explanation to what somebody may seem to think might be a poltergeist trying to terrify you in your own home. Such as...
Houses do settle over time, resulting in strange noises. Plumbing can
cause some ghostly sounds. The same can be said of the weather outside.
Blowing wind through trees and parts of your home will make noises.
Furry creatures, such as mice, or other rodents can make strange and
disturbing sounds in ceilings, walls and floors, etc.
Wild outside animals, car headlights hitting reflective objects... all can be
mistaken as paranormal.
Our own minds can also play tricks on us. Over active imaginations, tired from a long day at work, medications, and stress are common causes for tricks of the mind, which may seem paranormal.
I do wonder if the owners of the website even believe in ghosts [or a myriad of other paranormal phenomena], or are they just trying to regurgitate the hype surrounding this topic. That is, of course, until I see the typing above explaining to me why I shouldn't use the Ouija Board- it could let anything come through.
Unfortunately, critical thinking isn't one of those things.