The house is brand new. I have a whole category about it. And recently, I can't open the front door from the inside.
The door has a deadbolt but no doorknob lock, so don't go thinking that's it. (I mean, don't put it beyond to me to repeatedly try and open a locked door - that's the first thing I'd expect as well. In this case, though, physically impossible.) It's just, sometimes, the doorknob refuses to be turned. It's kind of like someone is holding it from the other side, but the other side is one of those press down latch things.
It has to be a house pressure-change thing, right?
Important to the theory that's coming: weird men have been knocking on the door in the afternoons I've been home. I haven't *answered* the door, because they are weird men and I'm a woman smaller than a Great Dane, but ... they've been here. I sort of think they've been politicians cause it's that time of year, but one was wearing a bright blue satin jacket and was the height of the whole door. The height he can't help. but the jacket would be an off brand choice for a local politician, yeah?
So, my working theory is that I have a ghost and he's protecting me from the strange men by holding the door shut.
(I didn't say it was a good theory. If it is a ghost, the fact that he doesn't understand that I can also leave through the back door or the garage means he's kind of a busted one.)
Crockett is almost never here or awake when I'm trying to go out the front door (dog walks, mostly), so my problem is unsubstantiated. He actually is able to leave through the front door. So ... something is wrong with either my house or my ghost. I'm not sure which I prefer.