This isn't my story, it's my sister's. Half sister. I apologize that I don't have any creepy ones like this of my own, but I can't help that. I think you'll find this entertaining anyways... My half sister lives in Gainsville. She has lived in both South Florida and North Florida throughout her life. She was a young adult around the time of this. Now she is 26.
The first story is when she was at her apartment and her friend's boyfriend came over. He asked where his girlfriend was and Jennifer (my sister) did not know. So they talked for a few until she heard a big bang. But she ignored it and continued talking. She then went back inside. She searched for the place the bang came from. She went in her room and saw something really weird. Her dresser was flat on the ground. Not only that, but all the drawers were perfectly positioned on the floor. Wouldn't the drawers have stayed INSIDE the dresser when it fell? Oh, and for the cherry on top, she didn't have carpeting or uneven floors. Pick at this one.
The 2nd story isn't as bad, and I am saving the creepiest one for last. This one involves my half brother and Jen. Courtney, my half brother, was pouring shots in shot glasses for all his friends while Jen talked to her Mom. Courtney poured one, put the drink on the counter and it shattered. He laughed it off and picked up another shot, filled it, and right when he placed it on the counter, it shattered. He was a little freaked out, picked up another shot glass, and even before the drink reached the shot glass, it shattered. 3 shot glasses in a row. Little weird, huh?
And the last and creepiest story of them all. There is nothing I can find to explain this. Jen and her guy friend were in a trailer out in the woods. Jen had a clock above her TV. She asked her guy friend to get her some water and popcorn or whatever. She looked at the clock and the hands started moving to random times. She stared at it, and the hands kept spinning around. She called her guy friend to come in the room and they were both really confused. It landed on 12. She got really scared and grabbed the clock and unplugged it, and took out all the batteries. It still changed times! She took the clock and threw it out in the woods. it's probably still there. Then her cat started pawing the air, like there was something there. He started chasing something. But there were no bugs or fluff or anything in the air. Then, she heard a creaking sound. She looked down the hall into her bedroom and saw her bed MOVING ACROSS THE FLOOR. She and her boyfriend ran out of the house, into the car, and drove to her Mom's house. She didn't go to the house for the rest of the night.
I can't answer any questions on these stories, because Jen doesn't live with me, and this is all she told me. But leave questions anyways, and I'll ask her to re-tell the story next time, and ask her the questions. Because the last time she told me this story I was about 7 or 8.