This happened maybe a year ago, in the same house that I am living in now, and have lived in for about seventeen to eighteen years. I am almost 21.
It was sometime in the morning, and I decided to make myself a cup of coffee, which I rarely do, but it was just one of those mornings. I put the coffee and water into the coffee maker, and flicked the switch that it starts to heat the water. Knowing it was going to take a minute to get heated up, I left the kitchen and headed to our computer room to check my emails.
After awhile I realized I had forgotten about my coffee, so I headed back towards the kitchen. You have to flick the switch again to make the coffee machine go from heat to the actual coffee making process. When I got there I realized the switch had already been pushed, and my coffee was waiting for me. I thought, well hmm, maybe it does just do it on its own? So I called my mom, and asked her if it does that, she says no. I asked my boyfriend if he had came in and switched it, he says no, he doesn't know anything about coffee machines. With the knowledge that my house is haunted anyway, I had no one left to blame it on but our resident ghost!
That has only happened that one time. The next event has happened multiple times.
This all started about two years ago. Just like the rest of the house, the laundry room/garage has always given me the creeps. The laundry room is located in a small room in what we call the 'far garage.' We have two, two car garages, and it is located in the furthest one, this 'far garage' has always been the epicenter for creepiness.
One day I was going out to switch the laundry from washer to dryer, and as I got there, I saw that both the washing machine and dryer lids were open, mid cycle. I just thought, okay, someone came out here looking for something and forgot to close them. I asked my mom and boyfriend if they had been out there, both said no. Seemed kind of strange. Then it happened again. Both lids open, mid cycle, nothing missing. Only this time I had been home alone the entire time the clothes had been going. This has happened maybe four or five times. It's not that I left them open, the washing machines lid is located on the top, so it didn't fall open. Plus, they won't start unless the lids are shut, so I didn't forget to shut them. Nothing blatantly scary, just unsettling.
I have yet one more story about the experiences I have had in my home, and it really takes the cake on full-out scariness.