The Yakima Herald-Republic recently reported that 86-year-old Paul McCulloh had found a mysterious suitcase in the storage unit he had rented for years. The suitcase wasn't his, but it contained a treasure trove of a family's memories -- photos, ashes of a pet dog, books and other mementos.

The Herald posted a photo of the suitcase's contents on their website in hopes that someone would come forward to claim the perplexing suitcase. No one had a clue as to how it wound up McCulloh's storage unit.

Weird as it sounds, I had kind of a similar experience back in the 1980s.

One winter, I had to leave my car parked at Park City Utah Ski Resort on account of a snowstorm. It was a crazy night and normally I would have taken the canyon in Utah back to my home, which was then Wyoming. The car stayed there for three days before I could go back with chains to put on my tires and retrieve it.

But when I got in my car to warm it up, I found a blanket, pillow and a backpack in the back seat! I admit it, it kind of freaked me out. I took the contents into the Park City Lodge just in case someone came back for their possessions.

I never found out what happened to the stuff or who it might've belonged to. (I DID mention it was '80s, right? HA!)

Have you ever found something weird in your personal space? If so, tell us in the comments below.