It is a big leap from "Something happened that I don't understand" to "I experienced some kind of supernatural event." There is no evidence that there are ghosts, spirits, psychics, magic, angels, God, etc. If you did research into psychics then you would know this. If there was any kind of evidence, then we would have testable, repeatable experiments anyone who can read this can duplicate. We don't.... unless you are privy to research that various scientists... some who have been exploring these questions their entire lives... are not.
It's okay to ask about people experiences, as long as you realize that people are fallible and can be fooled, and sometimes they want to be fooled. Every time you see a magic act, your brain is lying to you. Even if you KNOW how the trick is done, your eyes and ears feed your brain the wrong information and your brain believes it. You have to ignore that data and go one what you know: that the trick is not real magic, that it's all an act. When someone witnesses a paranormal event, they can't fall back on what they know. They have to make a judgement based on what they experienced. In scientific inquiry, first hand experiences are the most unreliable sources of data for any experiment. Against that you have a lot of people telling you that they swear they have had a supernatural experience...people who are not in controlled environments, who lack expertise on what they may have seen and who are at the time under stress, or have to think fast since the phenomenon doesn't last very long, or they are the subjects of a hoax people who know what they are doing are perpetrating. This cannot be considered evidence unless there is something objective to support their conclusions.... and there never is.
I realize this answer will probably fall on deaf ears. Those who believe don't need "evidence" and resent people using "logic" on them. To those people I can only say that I DO need evidence. I would LOVE it if someone could furnish me with some. I'd love to believe in psychics, in magic and the like. My brain isn't made that way though. I'm stuck believing only that which actually exists. My apologies.