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Originally posted by Pezcore
Alright, here goes. This is the first time i'm talking about this in a public forum. My wife and friends still rib me a little because I don't hide the way I feel about abductions and UFO sightings.
I am 28 now, and as far as I can remember, this all started when I was around 6-8 years old. I can trace it back to when I looked out the window late one night and saw a hand on my window. I knew then and I know now that it was not a human hand. The main thing I remember was the the fingers were incredibly long, and for some reason, even to this day, the thought of that hand sends chills down my spine. Beginning that night, and spanning the course of around 10 years, strange things happened to my emotions. I deathly afraid of walking alone in the dark. I wasn't afraid of being in my room in the dark, just walking through it. I was terribly afraid of being near windows at night. I would wake up at night completely turned around in my bed, with my head hanging off of the foot of the bed. I would also wake up completely paralyzed and not able to speak, move, or even utter a sound at all. And now the real kicker. The first time I saw a picture of a "Grey" I was freaked out. Completely. I couldn't even look at a pic of a Grey until I was around 14 years old. I remember shows like Unsolved Mysteries doing stories about sightings and abductions, and seeing part of the story and being terrified.
All of this stuck with me until I was about 16 or so. I got over all of my fears of windows, greys, the dark. Everything. I was still having the sleep paralysis and waking up in wierd posistions in bed, though. Since then, I've read just about every book the local libraries have on the subject. My old lady doesn't think it's too good and she wishes I would read about other subject matter (I'm just not into Harry Potter as much as she is!), but I guess it's just my way of coping.
My question is this: Has anyone out there experienced abductions in sort of a time frame? You know, just for a few years, and then stopping?
Thanks for listening, and I really enjoy the site.