Ok, so this could be a coincidence but I decided to post about it anyway, to see what you guys think.
When going through my drawers, I found this pocket watch that I got 8 or 7 years ago. One day, something like 5 or 6 years ago, I winded it up to hard and ended up breaking it, no matter what I did, it wouldn't work again.
I just took the watch out of the drawer and winded it up, waited a few minutes and noted that it still didn't work, so I just put it carefully on my desk.
The next morning, as I was sitting in my bed, my mother asks me what I did to my self. As I look at her, questioning, she tells me to look at my arm. I had a very distinct handprint on my arm (picture related) that took something like one hour to go away, this means the hand must have been pressing my arm quite strongly to leave such a mark. I didn't have this mark when I went to bed the previous day. When I put my hand on the handprint, I notice it has the exact same size as mine, therefore I must have done this to myself. But it has to be noted that I'm normaly a very calm person while sleeping, I don't move a lot and stay very aware of what is surrounding me. When sleeping with someone, I never hit that person in my sleep. So I don't know how I could do this to myself without at least waking up.
A few minutes later, I went to the bathroom and came back in my room. As there was a complete silence, I hear a very fast "ticktickticktickticktick". So I took my pocket watch and opened it, it worked again. Of course, I was happy it worked again but it shouldn't work. I didn't do anything different from my previous attempts to make it work again. Of course I didn't open it but I didn't even shake it, hit it or anything that could have made something move inside the pocket watch. Plus I tried to wind it up and it didn't do anything, so it must have worked again while I was asleep, while it was just on my desk, so it had absolutely no reason to start working again. This pocket watch, if I recall correctly, was a gift from my oncle who died two or three years ago but I don't know how he got it.
For the record, the place where I live is the place where both my grandparents were living before they died but they didn't die inside the flat. The pocket watch could be a gift to my oncle from the same grandmother that lived in this flat. It's not a certainty but it could be the case.
So as I said, this could be a complete coincidence but why does an even that has nevPost too long. Click here to view the full text.