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Hi Andre, it's very nice to meet you.
I'm an experiencer as well and I might be able to offer insight into the Men In Black.
As I understand them, they're custodial guardians of a sort
I've never had direct interaction with them that I can consciously recall, but I do not for a moment doubt the validity of your testimony. Thank you so much for sharing and opening this avenue of discussion. It's always nice to be reminded we're not alone in having these types of experiences.
I am a little curious about one thing, and I hope it's not too personal to ask, but were you an only child as well? I only ask because there seems to be a higher percentage of this type of visitation occurring with single child families.
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I haven't heard back from the other poster who replied to me.
I am trying to find the best words possible to describe the noises, sensations I get in my head just before and during sleep paralysis.
Sometimes I get nothing, maybe just the buzzing or the ringing in my ears. One night I got into bed I could hear a continuous thudding noise. I kept turning over thinking it would go away, but it didn't. Next thing I hear like an alarm bell going off. Then it all kicked off. I was frozen solid, all I could move was my eyes. Then followed by what sounded like an air raid siren. My God is was so loud and I thought all my neighbours must be able to hear this. Sometimes I get a high pitched whistle or like the tone you used to get from a TV when tuning it in or when the test card was on. Other times it is just long and short beeps like a sos signal.
One time I heard like a snap next to my ear. This night the sp was the most bizarre I had had to date. My head snapped
originally posted by: andre18
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I'm not complaining at all or seeking sympathy. There's nothing wrong with talking about what i've seen and sharing it, and hoping others have seen something similar that they too can relate and share.