a reply to: TheFatedOutsider
I know that feeling. Yes, have experienced that more than once, and always pay attention! We get such a feeling for a reason. Pays to pay
attention! Some areas, too, can have such a feel to them. Some places do seem to have some residual energy, or attacked demons, or something, that
makes them seem very creepy. The Texas
, a ship in Houston, is like that in places. Some of the areas that feel weird are areas where people
died, too. I have a nephew that won't go on it. Personally, I found some areas too creepy, and avoided them. The old Hertzberg Circus Museum
building, in San Antonio, TX, is another such place. Very
creepy building, that one! I wasn't comfortable visiting the museum, when we did,
and the mother of my brother used to work there, when it was in use by the library, and told some stories of haunted activity. Seriously scary
stuff!! That's one some ghost hunter types could get some real hits in!!
People...some are just wrong
in some way. Working at a hotel, many years back, had one like that. Evening shift, and I loved it, normally.
All sorts of people coming and going, never any worries. This night, a guy could be seen approaching the doors, to come inside. Looked ordinary -
business suit, nothing that stood out - but I did NOT want to wait on him, or even be seen by him. Told the other clerk to handle it, and stepped
into the back room, to wait till he was gone. No idea why. Listening, all seemed normal, and the other clerk, who realized I'd picked up on
something, said she couldn't see a problem, though she did look. Never did know why I didn't want to see him, or be seen by him. Just wasn't a good
idea. Never had anything like that happen before that time, or after.
Another time, out with a couple of other girls, we encountered a guy two of us were sure was a psychopath. The third girl didn't notice a thing.
Again, no odd behavior, nothing weird said, no strange body language. Just something about his eyes. Visions of Norman Bates were going through my
The hubby had one like that, too, that was even more chilling. He was in the military at the time, working at that time at a supply desk. He got a
sudden knowledge that he had to get out of sight. Mind you, the entrance to this place was down a hall, but you could hear the door, and no one was
inside at this point but him and his coworker. He moved out of sight, told the other guy to handle this one, and after that, they door opened, and
they could hear someone coming. He says, for whatever reason, he was NOT supposed to deal with that one. He's not the sort to scare easily, either,
very level-headed, not superstitious or anything. Well, later on, this guy was picked up for killing his girlfriend, and leaving pieces of her all
For your stalker dude - I'd have called someone, and not gone home, or called the cops, I think! Had some follow me now and then, though in a car,
not on foot, and did NOT want them following me home! Better to lose that sort.