I would just like to share my experience coming not so early in the morning in my workplace. Now, it leads to confusion. Since my workplace is located at the 2nd floor of the building and many stairs to pass through, I am using the elevator instead of using the stairs to go there.
Whenever I could finally step inside the building, I could notice that the elevator is stuck at the 2nd floor. You can see in the position indicator of the elevator is on the 2nd floor. Since there are two elevators, either of it you can use them. Both of them are positioned in the 2nd floor.
Before I could reach the up button, the elevator position indicator started moving. So, the elevator is moving downward. For me, I thought someone used the elevator to reach the ground floor (from where I'm at). I decided to press the up button. Until the elevator reached the ground floor, it's door opened and no one came out. That was weird.
It always happen every time I'm the only one to use the elevator.
I just don't know who might press the down button from the 2nd floor to reach the ground floor.
While I was inside, I feel like I was not alone. But when I reached the floor where I am going, exiting the elevator, it's very dark in the depository counter (because my workplace is a library, that's why there's a depository counter), no one was there either and it feels like someone's looking at me and following me.
Did that ghost or what, just know that I'm going to use the elevator each time I enter the building every morning so he helped me press the down button for me to be able to use it? Ha ha!
Thanks to him if that's the case.
I'm just getting confused of it.
I admit that I can't see things that others can see.
But I just want to know if a ghost did that for me.
Just don't know how.
Thank you, YGS!
More power to you.
Has anyone you know at your library had odd or repetitive ocurrences like yours?
I hope you find a way to settle this for your mind and workspace comfort. My own tough girl front was to jokingly act as if there was a bell hop or whatever they called the elevator operators back in the day.
I especially appreciate the mechanical information in these responses-thank you KindlyRefrain and Biblio. I never thought to keep a log of my own experiences. Though the evidence pointed otherwise, I have preferred, per superstition, to pretend in my head it was random and/or mechanical.