|Ghost question again lol
||[Jun. 26th, 2013|12:38 pm]
The Question Club
Can anyone think of a rational explanation for this? I had a shower last night. Now, this is going to sound crazy but something felt odd in there. The air was heavy and I had an overbearing feeling come over me. To be honest, I didn't think too much of it at the time. The shower had been running for about a minute and I just put it down to moisture and heat in the air, since I like to have my showers hot. The boyfriend and I love our showers so hot in fact that we keep the temperature knob set on high. We never alter it. Ever. The only knob we ever turn is the water pressure knob, which also acts as the on/off knob.|
I had my shower as normal. When I'd finished, I turned the on/off knob and got out as normal. This morning, my boyfriend asked me if I'd had a cold shower last night. I said no, and asked why. He said that when he got in the shower it was freezing cold. He realised why. The temperature knob had been turned to cold. Now, in order to go from hot to cold, you have to turn the knob from right to left, about 180 degrees (a half circle). It sticks in the middle a bit, so you have to give it a hard tug to shift it. There's no way I could have caught the knob accidentally, partly because of how hard it is to move it all the way across, and partly because there's about an 8 inch gap between the two knobs.
Can anyone please think of a rational explanation for this? Because at the moment the only thing I can think of is that I'm going mad and turned the knob without having any recollection of doing it. Or sleepwalking, which is something I never do.