Long and Short Reviews came up with a good topic this week - I'm looking forward to reading everyone else's stories. For me, I've had a few paranormal experiences, but the one I remember best happened when I was eight years old.
I woke up in the middle of the night to a pitch-black room - not surprising at that time - but when I looked over towards the door, I could see a dark figure standing there. For whatever reason I assumed it was a burglar, but I was too scared to scream, so I just stayed in bed and stared at it.
After a moment it started to cross the room towards my bedroom window. As it reached the window, I blurted out "Who are you?" Why I thought it was a good idea to say this to a burglar I have no idea.
It turned around and started approaching my bed, at which point I dived under the covers and screamed for help, at the same time kicking out at it - and hit nothing.
My bedroom door flew open and the light came on, revealing my dad standing in the doorway completely naked. Not the best sight in the world, but at that point I really didn't care. Of course, there was nothing standing beside my bed, nor was there any sign that anything had been in my room at all.
Dad insisted I had been dreaming. I am well aware that when you're half-asleep it's possible to see strange things, but I still say I was wide awake when it happened.
Whatever it was, I never saw it again.
So what about you?
You scared it away, good for you.ReplyDelete
I'd love to know what it wanted, if it was scared by a terrified eight-year-old :)Delete
Yeah, I can see how that would be legitimately terrifying.ReplyDelete
I'm very glad it never came back, whatever it was.Delete
It is common for people to see a shadow figure at the side their. Usually it turns out to be sleep paralysis. There no way that can be the case if your able to dive under the covers.ReplyDelete
Yes, I've heard of that, although I've never experienced it. That would definitely be terrifying.Delete