Objects in house moved--need some logical explanation I currently reside in a 2 story single family home. Layout here. This past friday afternoon I noticed that two of my patio pillows (that looks like this) has moved from the patio couch. One was in the middle of the backyard lawn and the other was on the floor next to the couch. Our gardener comes every Thursday morning, and we questioned him about this and he said he didn't see anything amiss on Thursday morning. Therefore my conclusion is that the pillow moved sometime afterwards. Our sprinklers turn on every morning. When I found the pillow on the grass, it was bone dry, which makes me wonder if it had sat out in the grass in the night, but probably not. The weather was hot, so the pillow possibly could have dried up by the afternoon. There was no wind, and even if it did, it would not explain how it moved that one pillow 30-40 ft across. The side gates to the left are unlocked, so it's possible some stranger walked into my back yard and threw my pillow across the lawn for no apparent reason (although nothing else was amiss). I live in a quiet neighborhood in a cul-de-sac. There's hardly anyone on the street. This scenario is possible but very unlikely. Maybe the gardener threw my pillows? Possible, but again, unlikely. He could have lied about not seeing it, but very unlikely. The fence shown in the figure are intact with no holes to allow any animals/persons through, and tall enough to prevent climbing over. Again, my side gates are unlocked so it would be unnecessary for anyone to climb over. In addition, even if they had, the motive would be unclear. So my conclusion is that the possibility of another human being doing this to be unlikely. My last deductive possibility is a wild cat climbing across the fence and played with these pillows. Again, seems unlikely, but that's the only possibility I have left. I'm not sure what the behaviors are of wildcats and whether they like to play with martha stewart pillows. lastly, I was home most of Thurs and Fri and had no experience of anything amiss. My wife was at school both days and hadn't been out to the backyard at all (and she was the one who noticed it). If anyone can think of any other plausible causes I would be interested in knowing.