Dream Interpretation/Haunted House


I have had this dream only two times.. but it frightens me to the bone. This is what happens in the first dream, I love old fashion houses, so there is no surprise to me that in my dream I would fall in love with one. My boyfriend and I see this house and the as soon as I see it I want it. It's old, big and beautiful! It's a very light blue and has white window shutters, a porch that goes all around the house. We buy it, and then I find myself walking into the house by myself, I about to clean it so that we can move in. The house is furnished with antique furniture, its really dusty and dark, I love it! the furniture is bulky and heavy so I figure I'll wait for my boyfriend to help move it. I start cleaning the windows, behind me there is a big picture frame of a lady maybe in her early 30's, as soon as I see it I get chills but don't mind very much. Im cleaning the windows, but as soon as it looks like they are clean, they start to get dirty and foggy again.. and I start getting scared.. since the thing that would freak me out was the lady in the picture frame... I take it down, BIG MISTAKE... the lady in the frame turns her eyes to me and I drop the frame to the floor, as soon as that happens all the heavy furniture starts moving all over the place and things start flying everywhere.. I start yelling and run out of the house. In the second dream its again the same house.. but this time its bright and clean, but the windows are not. I go thru the outside to clean to fix the shutters and to clean the windows again... while cleaning I got the feeling that someone was looking at me.. and I felt frighten again, when I look thru the window I see a woman sitting down in my couch, she is looking straight at me and she has her arm around a child, she is dressed old fashion and has a veil in her face. I get so scared that I tell my boyfriend, but seems not to really believe me. Then the dream shifts to a get together that we are having in the back porch, there is a lot of smoke from the bbq and I start taking pictures of everyone, that night while in bed I start shifting thru the pictures and in one of them the same woman is starting back at me thru the smoke, just her face no body, I get so scared, and show the picture to my boyfriend, who after seeing it believes me and tells me that we would look for a new house in the morning. I try going back to sleep in my dream, but I'm so scared that I end up waking up in real life. Can you please tell me what this might mean or signify. The dreams happened about a month apart, and my boyfriend and I just started living together as of 3 weeks now.

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