From Redditor u/JenikaSwoosh:
Not something I saw, something I felt and heard. I was struggling to sleep one night, lying in bed feeling wired and irritable when I felt pressure lift from the bed on my partner's side. I assumed he'd got up to go to the bathroom (I was facing the opposite way so I didn't see him do this). A few minutes go by and I hear him come back into the room and feel him get back in bed, nothing strange about that.
Lying there still frustrated, the same thing happens again: a lift of pressure, some rustling sounds like a person trying to navigate a dark room, an absence of sound for a few moments, and then the sensation of weight on the bed again. Still not thinking much of it, because it wasn't an obvious cause for concern, I continue trying to fall asleep. Then it happens again. And again. And again.
I wasn't too into the idea of asking him if he was okay as we had a ridiculous argument that night and I was pretty pissed off with him, so I just ignored it. But then...then it sounded like he had got up and was simply pacing around the room clumsily. I could hear things on the shelves being touched and slightly moved and hands gently brushing against walls, and then I felt the bed suddenly dip in a concentrated spot of the mattress as though he had stood on it. This carries on for I don't know how long: rustling, pressure on the bed and so on until I snap. I sit bolt upright, turn around and say, "WHAT THE HELL ARE YOU DOING?" to see my partner waking up from a very deep sleep and looking confused.
I told him what had happened and he said he'd been asleep next to me the whole time, which was pretty obvious to see him in his very sleepy state, plus he would have had mere seconds to jump into bed without me noticing in the time it took me to sit up and turn around. I somehow fell asleep that night feeling confused and as though eyes were on me.
And in a typical cheesy haunted house fashion, I get a call from my mum the next morning telling me my uncle had died the night before.