all the black ones have been parasitized by tiny wasps. Adult wasps will emerge and go on to parasitize other eggs in your garden. The pale eggs are not empty shells; they are the few that have not been parasitized--or maybe the wasps are just developing more slowly in them. There are a few eggs that have shriveled up, possibly because the wasp that parasitized the others punctured these to drink their juices
Well, I would suggest giving your house a good clean because most insects prefer outdoors. Which means that the insects in your house either have a secret entrance you don't know about, or your house's environment cultivates the natural growth of wildlife, either way, it's not good. Your best bet is to either kill them, or put them back where you found them and wait for them to hatch. Make sure you place some kind of container around them with holes in so that you don't deprive them of oxygen. I'm no specialist so I can't be certain if they even are insect eggs to begin with.