From late 1989 until July of 1991, my apartment at 1444 Broadway in Lorain was the site of numerous unexplained phenomena. A lot of it dealt with the odd behavior of electrical and electronic devices when on the premises. These were but a few.
I was waiting for company one Friday evening-among other things, I had my coffeemaker all set up where I merely had to turn it on.
My guests arrived, and we began to carry in groceries, bedding, and other supplies for the weekend. As I re-entered the apartment, I could hear the machine brewing, and smell the coffee... I assumed that Dave had switched it on when he came in. When I went to check, the machine was still off, and no coffee. I asked Dave, who said he'd heard and smelled the same thing, and assumed that I'd turned it on.
Buddi and Lisa, who didn't drink coffee, heard and smelled nothing.
I had a digital alarm clock, which began to run backwards; according to the folks at the other end of the 800 number I called, it's impossible for one of these to run in reverse. When I took it to my mother's, it ran normally.
Flashlights with new batteries would dim and die, then return to normal when removed from the premises; a digital stopwatch did the same thing.
I once turned on three radios at once, and tuned them to the same stations... Two of them were picking up the local (Cleveland) ststions, while the third, a Walkman-type, played strange instrumentals, with no station or commercial breaks, no matter what station it was on-the next day, it functioned normally.
Christmas of '90, Buddi hung a string of fairy bulbs in my living room. These lights weren't designed to blink, yet they did. Sometimes, the entire string would blink, sometimes just half the string, sometimes one half, then the other. The lights would blink to music, or if spoken to.
The smoke alarm in the hall would go off for no apparent reason, as did the hall and bathroom lights. A homemade compass pointed west, rather than north, when inside the building, but turned to the regular heading outside.
We also had EVP experiences, and took photos, which I will speak on at a later time, for space's sake.