Strange Happenings in Surprise Arizona

by Bearpaw
(Surprise, Arizona, USA)

We have lived in this house for nearly 3 years. It is a two story, four bedroom house in Surprise, Arizona. I am 68 years old and live with my son and his family. I have two grand daughters a 12 year old and a 10 year old. My two grand sons are 8 years old and 6 years old.

The first time I noticed anything unusual was near the end of 2011. My oldest grand daughter's cell phone was taken off the charger and placed on my son's bed side table. Over half of 2012 every few days that phone would be missing from where she put it and found somewhere else in the house. Sometimes we had to call it to locate where it was. The phone stopped working sometime in 2012.

However it didn't stop there, next we would wake up to the strong smell of lemon and find 13 very soft lemon cookies on the counter. The oven however was cool to the touch.

Then another time it was the smell of pumpkin as if a pumpkin pie were baking. It turned out to be 7 soft plump pumpkin cookies. This is still happening even today. Now this same grand daughter has a MP3 player. It has been moved at least 3 times so far. She also has a hat that looks like a cat's head ears and all. This has been moved to her parents room once and she found it and took it back to a chair in her room. It was about 20 minutes when she once again found it gone and back in her parents room.

The oldest grand son said he saw the MP3 player move slightly while he was doing his homework at the table. My daughter in law was about 10 feet away preparing diner when it vanished. It has yet to be found. That was about 4 1/2 hours ago.

This may not be scary but it is unusual. Especially since the cookies were very good and none like them are found in any of the stores in town. Besides the strong smell of baking cookies was noticed by everyone, but the oven was cold.

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