Here’s a scenario: You found a seemingly perfect property to be called home that’s just right or even below your budget range. It is newly painted, with an updated kitchen, and is located in a good neighborhood. You learned from the property disclosures document that you just need to do very minimal repairs before you move in and you don’t need to spend much. But later on, after you and your family moved in, you start to experience some weird stuff like unusual footsteps from the hallways in the wee hours, or perhaps the smell of popping popcorn in the kitchen but couldn’t find any. After sharing your odd experience with a neighbor, you were told that your home was previously owned by a person who died inside the property’s kitchen. What’s even bothersome is that family members of the previous owner were notorious in the neighborhood for practicing witchcraft.