For years since I moved into the house both my grandparents and aunt lived (and died) in, strange electrical things would happen, with lights flickering and the kitchen timer going off, and just as I was about to write them off, I had a baby and more strange things happened.
The Elmo toy vacuum would go off with no pets near it (and as I'm typing this the new potty that does a song when you close the lid just went off) -I'm used to it; I was asleep and a soap came off a dry dish, and I swore a small jewelry box fell off of the dresser when I gently lifted and put down the bed. When my daughter played with her toy hammer, the handle of the credenza moved and clicked. Most of these things I disregarded, however in the last month, right after my aunts picture fell off the library shelf, my babysitter told me on two separate Thursdays, the TV went on upstairs around noon. The second time, she asked Oliver the cat to come down, and it turned off. After that first incident, two days later, on Saturday at 2:30 am, the TV came on; I turned off the remote and fell back asleep.
It has since come on 4 more times always at the same time, 2:30, and either Thursday, Saturday or Sunday and ALWAYS channel 5, even though I had watched and turned it off while on different channels. This seems unbelievable. Oh, forgot the big part, the last two times, I asked whoever to turn it off, and it DID. This is absolutely not a hoax. I have the video.
I noticed that the shows coming on were my aunt's favorites, Oprah, and Matlock as she did not have cable. What is interesting in the video is that it is flickering Stereo SAP on the monitor, like when you have a power outage and it does that until you reset or turn off, on again. There is no voice or spirit image I can find on it. I am somewhat afraid to be alone, but knowing it is not family and not an "evil" entity calms me down. I think I am more freaked out now knowing that I was communicating by telling (her) to turn it off. I noticed there was another TV incident on this website and hope she reads it, as I am glad I read hers. Not crazy, not a broken TV, especially if it is coming on at the same time, documented.