I have an older sister who is engaged and she and her fiancé moved about a week and a half ago. My parents and younger brother were helping while I was at work. When I got off of work I went straight home, where I was the only one there. I went into my room to change and was listening to music when I heard a deep voice say, "Hey wake up in there!" Naturally, I assumed it was my dad, so I walked out and said I was already awake to an empty house.
We have an alarm system that beeps and speaks whenever a door is opened, but I never heard any of the doors, so I just shrugged and went back to my room. I then heard the refrigerator open and slam closed. I figured maybe my mom was home after she went to the store, but again, the house was empty. When I asked about it later, both parents said that they had not been there at all until they came home.
Another story is from when my family and I first moved into this house the summer before my sophomore year in high school. I am a night owl and I would stay awake until at least 3 am. My dad had recently chewed me out about closing my door when I went to bed because he said the air would not circulate so I left my door open about five inches one night.
I am the only one in this part of the house. My sister had a room upstairs and she had recently broken her foot. Meanwhile, my little brother was still sleeping with my parents. I was sitting up in bed watching TV with the lights out in my room and I saw a light to my right, which is where my door is. I leaned forward a bit and saw that my bathroom light was on. I thought it was pretty strange considering the circumstances and the fact that my parents have their own bathroom. The light turned off and I decided to investigate. So I turned on my bedroom light and walked to the bathroom.
There was nobody there so I walked to my parents' room and they and my brother were sound asleep. My sister could not have made it back to her room without me noticing so I walked back to my room more than a little freaked out and wrote down my experience in my journal.
I can feel something in this house and, while it doesn't feel malevolent, there is another that does. Thanks for reading.