I used to say no. When I began OBE meditations, there would be violent separation symptoms like loud noises or shaking that I didn’t know where they came from. Besides, I would always see the room I was last in while awake, from the same location I began the meditation. But sometimes the OBE would be very dreamlike, and eventually I began to have dreams of having OBE! So then it became confusing. That said…
Sometimes, yes, in sleep paralysis too: somebody turned a new lamp on that cast shadows in the room in new ways, I could see but my eyes were not open. Or, a phone would ring, wake me up part way, I would be paralyzed, and I would be able to see who approached to shake me fully awake so I could move and answer the phone. When I asked if my eyes were closed, this roommate answered yes, but that was only one time and maybe she expected that of course my eyes would be closed because I was lying down (rather than looking at the eyelids, which might have been half-open.) Witness testimony and organic memory can be unreliable, but…sometimes it’s just cool enough for me.
But I could never get it right if somebody else shuffled a deck of cards and put them face-up atop a bookshelf where I couldn’t see except through OBE and then I could cross-check.
In short: Personal experience, yes. Double-blind consistent experimentation standards, no.
I hope this helps! The dream log linked in my signature has most of my OBE’s in pink font.