Once, my girlfriend and I were having a bit of a quiet night, when we decided we would make some noodles. I thought I’d make some extra to feed to my dog, who we had been playing with that night. We ate our noodles and fed the dog, and went and sat on the couch to watch some tv.
The dog had finished her noodles and came to sit on our feet.
All the doors in the house were shut + locked, and are impossible for the dog to open. We have glass sliding doors, which were also locked.
We were sitting around when suddenly we heard my dog barking. We looked outside the glass sliding door to see her staring back at us with a look that can only be described as ‘the fuck, let me back in’.
She is a placid german shepherd and I have never seen this look on her face. She was fearful and angry, and hesitant of us. We let her back in, and for about an hour she was afraid of us.
To this day, we have no idea how she got outside. No one let her outside, no one left doors open.
We didn’t even feel her get up from our feet. She was there one minute, and outside barking the next.
Strangest thing I have ever witnessed.
We were in FL on holiday, one of the islands i think (i was ~12 years old and my parents remember this very clearly, too). There was only one car park for absolutely ages. Turns out the parking cost $4 but we only had $3 in change. We stand by the meter for about 5-10 minutes debating what to do and the meter makes this noise… and out pops a dollar.
We fed the machine our $3 and it’s own $1 and went on our way, bewildered.
I was at a house party in Scotland, where some of my friends were squatting in an abandoned mansion. I had a few drinks, but wasn’t significantly drunk, when a girl comes up to me. She’s completely gorgeous. She had fair hair and skin, and was wearing a white slip, and drinking from a wine bottle. She said, nothing, just took me by the hand and lead me outside. At this point I was thinking sex.
But she just keeps walking, into the woods, on a path. She started singing, some kind of Scottish tune, but with a very thick accent I couldn’t understand. It was beautiful. The dew started to fall, and everything was covered in a light mist.
We come to a clearing and there’s a stump. She sits down on the stump and looks at me for the first time since we left the house. And she says in a soft voice, “Go to sleep now.”
I woke up in a ditch next to a dirt road about three miles away, with someone nudging me awake, asking if I was okay. I felt completely fine (not hung over) and had everything I came to the house with on my person. I never saw the girl again, and nobody at the party had seen a girl matching her description. In fact, they had seen me leave the house alone and assumed I had to pee (the water was turned off in the house).