Location: Fernie, British Columbia, Canada
The following report was sent into our website by Alyssa on May 9, 2008:
“Just after my boyfriend and I moved in to the place we now live in, I was getting ready for bed and couldn’t find my dental floss anywhere (which I used the day before). I went away to work for a week or so and the first night I was back there was a different kind of floss sitting on a shelf in the bathroom. I thanked my boyfriend for getting me new floss but he hadn’t. Then, a couple months later my old floss showed up in the other bathroom.
Another time I woke up in the morning to find a candle, that usually sits on the kitchen counter, sitting in the middle of the living room floor. My boyfriend came home one day and found one of his kitchen knives (which I’d never used) in the driveway. We kept finding things in places we haven’t put them and then things quit happening. Until last weekend. I opened a little drawer, in a wooden box on my dresser, where I keep my chapsticks and a mini football helmet which had been on the kitchen window sill was in the drawer with a ziplock bag of campfire starter sticks which neither of us had seen before. That night we were both in the kitchen, me cooking at the stove and him washing dishes, and all of a sudden his glass of ice tea was gone and neither of us had left the room. We looked everywhere and then all of a sudden there it was on the window sill above the sink – freaked us out pretty good!
The weirdest thing yet happened the next evening; we were playing cards at the kitchen table and I got up to make myself a Bloody Mary. I put ice cubes in my glass and put the tray back in the freezer, grabbed the vodka and when I got back to my glass there was no ice in it. I kind of brushed it off, got more ice, poured a shot of vodka into the glass, put it away and when I got back to my glass it was once again empty and I totally freaked out. I’d rimmed the glass with salt which was untouched and my boyfriend checked the shot glass which still had drops of vodka in it…”