Yes. Down the road from us, there was an old couple. They were so kind, warm, loving. Seriously, words fail to describe how FRIENDLY these people were. And not in any weird way. I basically thought of them as a third set of grandparents.
Well, one night after midnight I randomly smelled cocoa butter lotion. I was like "Wtf?" and smelled around. It was INCREDIBLY strong, and only in my room. I had no idea what the source was. So I asked my Mom to come up and she smelled it too. It stayed for a few hours and went away.
...The next day, I found out that the above mentioned elderly lady, she passed away in the night :(
In fact, she died a little before midnight. Which is shortly before the smell appeared... And yeah... She liked Cocoa Butter lotion. It was her favorite <_<
So, basically it was HER. She came and visited me in the middle of the night. I smelled it AGAIN the next night, at the same time. This time I realized she was back. I spoke to her for a while and said my goodbyes and stuff. ...But the smell wouldn't leave. It stayed for HOURS and I was trying to sleep, but I couldn't sleep because, come on, THERE'S A GHOST IN MY ROOM! So I lashed out in anger and said that she was scaring me and I needed to sleep.
...The smell disappeared less than 5 minutes later and I broke down in tears because I lashed out in anger at her and I realized... She was gone. I would never see her again. Never feel her kindness again. Never see her warm smile again. All she wanted to do was fucking say good bye and I lashed out at her. I fucking hate me.
That's... Not the worst part.
I smelled it again several years when HE died. Same deal as before, died before midnight, smell came after midnight. It didn't come back the next night.
The sad (Actually happy) part about him dying? When she died... It broke him. Her death LITERALLY broke his mind and went full on demented and Alzheimers. I guess that's what happens when you're with someone since you were 20 and losing her when you're around 85...