What kinds of buildings are most likely to be haunted?
Here are some clues:
1, A building standing alone in a deserted area where
the yang qi is weak due to the lack of human activities
hence eclipsed by turbid yin qi that pulls in
the yin beings.
2, A building in which someone died a horrific death,
such as committing suicide or being murdered. The spirits
of the dead often have an awfully tangible and negative
attachment to this world.
3, A building densely surrounded by yin vegetation,
such as bamboos, peachtrees, banana trees and fig trees,
or the walls of a building heavily covered by ivy. These
plantations create an environment that is predominantly yin, attracting
the dwellers of the yin realm.
4, A building with wrong orientations. According to the
Eight Trigrams Feng Shui, northeast and southwest are the
places where the so-called Ghost Gates are situated. If
your house happens to have its front door to these directions,
or sits in the northeast or southwest side of a crossroad,
then you are more likely to encounter the yin beings.
5, A building with its ground floor area much smaller
than that on the upper floor. Structures like this resemble
the shape of a human skull that could draw the things with
a similar configuration.
6, A building with too many articles unearthed from burial
sites, especially when the true nature of an article is
unidentifiable, or when it resembles a human face or figure.
These objects often were originally designed to serve as
a linkage between people and spirits, and if you have them
at your home you are virtually hospitalising those invisible
7, A building with a circular staircase. Ghosts are said
to be in favour of anything that has a round shape. If
you have a round staircase at home, this area might become
a playground for the residents of the yin world.