Has anyone on here who has lost a loved one experienced electronic disturbances in their homes?
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Since my Mom died in May I've noticed a lot of weird things with electronics in my place. The t.v. remote not working. The microwave time going to zero. My phone acting up. People phoning with the wrong number and leaving messages. etc. etc.
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