I think everyone has experienced that odd happening of weirdness that leaves you scratching your head and wondering. Sometimes it's a one off 'you blinked' experience, sometimes it goes on for several days or weeks, always evading any logical explanation, but yet not quite 'ghost story' material.
For your perusal here are several of my own most recent WTH Files:
Christmas Eve, early morning, 2020. It's a cold morning, 24F with a 'feels like' of -20. I was sipping coffee in the sunroom and looking out at nothing particular, when an iridescent, golf ball sized soap bubble came trolling past the second story windows I'm looking through. I'd say 'floated' but that would be wrong - it was traveling at an extremely slow rate in a horizontal line. I didn't detect any propellers or form of propulsion. It was moving like a Sunday driver taking in the scenery. It settled on the edge of the garage roof next door for perhaps 6 seconds before shooting straight up at an alarming rate of speed and disappearing.
I've no idea what it was, but it was very pretty.
January 29, 2021 Several WTHs took place that day. I was working on a project and my utility knife disappeared. I had not left the area, but it was gone. A day or so later I hear something strike the kitchen floor (I wasn't working in that room), and there laid the knife.
I pressed pause on the TV remote and went to the restroom. I hear the TV unpause itself, then go quiet again. When I came out the movie though paused was on a totally different scene.
I was in the Livingroom and heard the sound of dishes being moved, you know that clinking sound they make, and honestly my first thought was that my cat might be chasing something over the sink. I admit, I was being lazy and hadn't emptied the drainer yet. Rounding the corner and seeing that they'd been stacked and ready to put away... Well, though similar has happened before, I don't think I'll ever be use to it.
March 4-7,2021 My vintage clock radio became possessed. It's from the 80s. It began turning itself on and off, even changing channels. There didn't seem to be a pattern - no time frame or anything like that. It would just click on at random times. It stopped as suddenly as it started.
April 5, 2021 I'm in bed on my left side with my cat curled up against my shoulder, purring loudly. I had barely laid down, so I wasn't even part asleep yet, when I felt another cat walking around and kneading down by my feet. Except, I only have the one cat.