Thanks for sharing. After my grandpa passed I went through his home he had been at before he died in the hospital and I could still feel him there. The same way you can feel your family member or close friend right beside you. When I went into the bathroom he had been in that he had to be rushed to the hospital from (I didn't know this until later that day), I had a flash of his image fill my sight.
I recently listened to an episode of the Duncan Trussell podcast where his guest attests something to the effect that people with near death experiences all have a profound feeling that everybody is connected subconsciously. Some even having visions of their loved ones' perspectives of what they were doing that day when the loved one had no idea that they'd died yet. It makes me wonder if, in our cases, they're actively viewing us through our own perspective, or even a third person deal.
my father haunts my childhood home at times