Thank you. Iīm Brazilian, I speak Portuguese.
Iīve been to Los Angeles in 2010, I love the U.S.
As far as I know, it was a new chandelier. I donīt know all the details by heart, Iīll talk to dad and let you guys know.
I have never experienced anything like this, but I knew a realator in Toronto who was showing a vacant house (older home, close to 60 years old) one evening to some clients. She went in beforehand to turn on some lights, then when she was done she went outside to have a smoke. Standing in front of the house, she thought that she saw one of the upstairs bedroom lights go out. When she finished her smoke, she went back in, assuming that it was a burnt-out light bulb. She described it as "one of those old light fixtures" the kind that is nothing more than a wire hanging from the ceiling and the 'switch' is a cord that hangs from the thing that holds the light bulb. She pulled the cord and the light went on, so the bulb was fine. But as soon as she left the room, the light went off. She went back, tried to tighten the light bulb (wondering if the bulb was loose and she was also worried that there might be faulty wiring) and pulled the cord to turn on the light again. After the light came on, she stood back, staring at the light, pondering what the problem might be. She said that, at that point, she saw the cord pull itself down and the light flicked off. Scared, she took off out of the house and waited outside for the potential buyers.
She said that she had been working with these clients for over a week and this home was the 3rd that they had viewed together. They asked her if she was ok and she told them what she had just experienced. They were not interested in seeing that house, but they agreed to stay with her until she went back into the home to shut off all of the lights.