posted on Jan, 4 2017 @ 06:50 AM
** Update*** yay!!
This most recent new incident happened on Sunday.
We had an old friend come stay with us for New Years and this actually happened to him, but I was there when it happened and I can confirm that it did
in fact happen.
we will call him B.
So B gets up off the couch in the living room and goes down the stairs and out the front door, to do something with his car.
He opens the front door ( which wasn't locked it was mid afternoon and we just don't lock our doors during the day), walks out, is gone for about 10
seconds or so, opens the door, and walks back in, and he starts taking off his boots.
Now I am sitting on the couch, I can not see him due to the angle and me being short, but I can see the light of the door being open and I know that
in the 10 secs that he was outside, no one came up or went down the stairs. The big dogs ( moose and boris) were in the basement with my son, my
husband was in the upstairs bathroom ( technically behind me down the hall) and my daughter was in the living room in my sight the entire time as well
as the new puppy ( his name is Rigby, more on him later)
so anyways, I hear the squeak of the door closing, I see the light coming through starting to diminish, and then THUNK the door bounced back open. The
dead bolt had been turned to the lock position while the door was standing wide open.
No one had touched it, the handle? was on the side of the door against the wall, and yes it's "loose" but it would have to have defied gravity on its
own to engage itself into the locked position.
The door was open and it can't touch the wall behind it, due to the door stop preventing it from going that far open. Th door stop is on the hinges so
no where near the lock. It was open for just maybe 10 seconds while B was taking his boots off. There is no explainable reason for it to lock, or
even to be locked. Nobody did it.
He is a 10 wk old australian sheppard. He is adorable and also a typical I'm going to get into all kinds of trouble puppy.
He is the hubby's ( he was a present for christmas.)
anyways, there are times where he will be in the kitchen ( where the dog water is) or down the hall looking for trouble or sleeping, when he will come
running into the living room ( where his crate is) just booking it, ears back and I'm sure if he had a longer tail it would be tucked. acting like
something was chasing him or scared him, and he runs in and lays down flat and looks around, then calms down and is fine. It happens at least once a
day. I don't know why, but I feel that there is a reason for it, other than he is just a weird goofy puppy.
still getting the weird bumps, thumps, and foot steps.
Things keep going missing. Keys, my husband's hat, little things that normally don't get moved, just disappear to appear a day or so later in a
completely different place.
That is the update!!!