When Hindus see planets forming, they say it is the work of Brahma, the creator. How can you tell it is not Brahma, skeptic?
Remember, skeptic, every religion has strange events that people have experienced-- once seen, can't be unseen, right? I have had many strange and unlikely things happen to me-- I have seen things that, if I was religious, I would attribute to supernatural forces.
If I had a brain like you, skeptic, instead of my own hard-a$$ed logical one, I would be here babbling on about how I saw the spirit of Ogun possess some women at a Haitian palo monte ceremony. Because that is what they said I was seeing. But there is no Ogun, so it had to be something else going on.
I was flying in a small plane in a lightning storm, over an African country, that was ordered to be shot down, piloted by two drunk Italian teenagers. I am not making this up. I heard the other woman on the plane say into her walkie-talkie, "I don't think we are going to make it!"
The plane landed safely--with at least one atheist on board. If I was religious, I would say Jesus/Allah/Krishna took the wheel. But those entities do not exist, so it had to be something else going on.
As for the blood on the wall, skeptic, would you accept that story from a Hindu as evidence for Shiva, god of death and destruction? If not, why not?