I just thought of two:
When I was 12 or 13, there were some family problems going on, and I was pretty upset about it. Since I'm a worrier, I would stay up at night worrying about whatever aspect of the situation and couldn't sleep. When this happened, my radio would suddenly turn on and then it turned stations to find a song with the exact right words I needed to hear. This went on for a period of 3 or 4 months, then stopped. I lived in that house for years, and cannot figure out how it would do that. I thought maybe passing cars had some frequency that could maybe turn it on, but how did it change the station? And if it was passing cars, why didn't it happen again?
The second one was my friend and I walking down the bread aisle at the grocery store. The bread was on shelves that were up against a solid wall, and the shelves weren't overstuffed. We were in the very center of the aisle and neither of us could reach the shelves. No one else was in the aisle.
Brian said something to annoy me, I contradicted, he said it again and a loaf of bread flew off the shelf and smacked him in the side. (It was like it had been squeezed on the shelf too tight and the pressure shot it out, but it hadn't been). We laughed, put the bread back and walked further up the aisle, still arguing our points. ANOTHER loaf flew at him. I won that one. He said he couldn't compete with telekenesis.