So, a woman is having trouble with being tired at work. She starts using a phone app to monitor her sleep, suspecting she may snore or have sleep apnea. One of the features is that it records any sounds it detects during the night. She quickly learns that she talks in her sleep just about every night, normally just one or two sentences. She finds it amusing at first, be after a few weeks she loses interest and doesn't even listen to the recordings anymore. Several months later she gets up in the morning and notices a few objects out of place in her kitchen and bedroom. Nothing major, just stuff sitting slightly off from where she remembered it, or things that were supposed to be in a drawer were now on the counter. She started to wonder if she had been sleep walking, and maybe that would explain her tiredness. She then remembered the app and checked to see if it had recorded anything during the night. Listening to the playback, she hears a series of strange clicks and bumps coming from the kitchen. She assumes it's herself sleep walking but then realizes she can hear herself breathing as if she is asleep. The noises get closer to her bedroom, and then sound as if they are right next to the phone, which was on the stand. She then hears her own voice from across the room and realizes she is talking in her sleep in the same manner as she heard herself do so many times before. She says in a friendly voice "oh, what are you doing?" Then she hears a male voice answer back "nothing." The clicks start up again and a few seconds later he says something that sounds like "I'm done." Listen to the recording here https://soundcloud.com/user345718345/sleep-as-android-recording-original This version does not include the sounds from the kitchen. It starts when the sounds were already in the bedroom and right before she speaks. Analysis of the recording seems to confirm that it was two different voices, and not simply her answering herself. Nothing was missing. Her house was locked with no sign of forced entry. However, she believes that an intruder was snooping around her house and bedroom, and that when she talked in her sleep it startled him and he decided to leave. The only thing that gives her pause is that she had heard the clicking noises on several occasions prior to that night. She never heard them from the kitchen, but she woke up a couple of times to them coming from the darkness in her room. She also heard them again one night several weeks after this incident, and despite being scared she got out of her bed and tried to find the source. As she approached the noises they faded and then stopped when she got to the place they were coming from. She lived there for another few months before moving with no further incidence.