Now, this is the weirdest experience in this house to date and I am so glad that my partner was able to witness this weirdness!
I'm behind in getting my audio/podcast/more articles on my website out there. This is due to my having had pneumonia at the beginning of March. I was pretty ill but luckily not bad enough to have been admitted to hospital. I was ill for all of March and am recovering still. My voice went sounding like Marge Simpson to a boy whose voice is breaking. Voice is getting better and whilst I was pretty ill, there were no spooky experiences happening- until the 27th March 2022.
I was sitting on the sofa in the living room with my partner. Newman was sleeping on a chair in the kitchen and It was getting dark outside. I went up to the bathroom, come back down and sat back on the sofa. All of a sudden, I saw flashes of light in the kitchen, at the bottom of the stairs then I saw a figure of person. Couldn't tell if the person was male of female but I exclaimed "There's a person!" My partner immediately got up (as he thought there actually an unknown person in the kitchen) but, of course, there was no one there. I looked out in the garden through the kitchen patio doors and saw the studio sheds lights were on and the door was open. This is pretty normal as my partner will be in and out of there so leaves the light on and door open. Now for the weirdest part- Newman the cat was sat in the doorway of the studio shed but neither of us had let him out! How the hell did he get outside? If I hadn't of seen those flashes of light and the figure, I don't know when we would've know that Newman was in the garden. The garden is cat safe so Newman couldn't have tried to get over the wall or fence. It was quite shocking to have seen him asleep on a kitchen chair to then see him outside, all within a few minutes. I don't know what that was about but it did unsettle me.
So it's gone from no activity when I was ill to something quite unsettling as I was convalescing. We're all keeping a close eye on Newman as I don't want that happening again!