posted on Jun, 2 2009 @ 10:34 AM
Greetings from England,
You know i read your story with interest and i just wanted to put in my two pennith.
What rang alarm bells for me was when you mentioned the sleep paralysis. I have had sp for over twenty years and it has only been fairly recently that
i found out what it was.
When was eight years old i saw a UFO in broad daylight come across my garden, it stopped for a few seconds and then shot oover the roof tops at
terrific speed. I remember clearly as if it was yesterday. I had a witness with me, who was playing on my swing at the time. To this day i cannot find
her to see if she remebers it. Even on Facebook lol!
I am 46 now and since that day i was sort of labled a bit of a weird kid, cos it was all i would talk about for a long time.
For many years strange things would happen to me and i can remember my Mum telling her close friends about my sleep walking episodes and how she would
have to keep windows and doors firmly locked when my Dad was on nights, becasue i was found wandering hysterically in my garden in the middle of the
night screaming for my Dad.
This all went on before and after the siting and they could never work out how i managed to reach very high, stiff oldfashioned locks to get out in
the garden in the first place. I was even found ontop of the roof of the annex bathroom, which sloped and would have been impossible for a small child
to reach without falling off. (in the dark!)
Back in about 1985/6 the sleep paralysis started. I was in a difficult relationship and to say i was terrified is an understatement. I had absolutely
no one to talk to about it and i was so confused and scared, i did not know what to do.
Then my daughter came along and my Mother had been diagnosed with cancer. I moved back home with my daughter to care for my Mother and to help my Dad
who was still working shifts at the powerstation.
My Mother passed away 6 months later. A couple of years later, still having the sleep paralysis on and off, it seemed to get more intense.
One night, trust me i was wide awake! I had just got into bed and was trying to get to sleep. I had only been in bed a few minutes when boof! A disc
seemed to be slicing through my head at terrific speed. There was the buzz like an amp shorting out and a bright white light in my head. Of course
startled i've opened my eyes and there was a little man standing beside the bed! I could not move a muscle and i was virtually eyeball to eyeball
with this alien. He was about a foot away from me.
I asume he was a he and said to me we (i could only see him) are sorry for the way we look, don't be frightened, we will never hurt you and we will
always be with you.
Now i have had heart surgery,(another story) but i was so scared my heart was thumping so hard i thought it would come out of its socket!
...just a quick description of my alien. He was short, very rounded and slightly stocky. Had round eyes, but they were like luminous green cats eyes
inside, eminateing a green lazer directly at me. Bottom half of his face looked like a dog groling at me. His skin was beige colour and reminded me of
suede, with a slight down of hair, a bit like baby hair. It looked very angry, but in my head when it spoke to me i guess it wasn't.
The next night i think i had an oobe and they had taken me somewhere lovely. I awoke due to being prodded in my bellybutton and at that precise point
felt the net curtain brush the side of my cheek. I woke up laughing hysterically, yet i didn't know what i was laughing for! The top window was open
and the net was blowing in with the breeze. Nowhere near me.
I have probrobly mentioned all this before on here, but it helps me come to terms with things i think? It makes me feel better anyway. I now know what
orbs are and i have been seeing them for years too. Again i never knew what an orb was. Saw one couple of years ago again in broad daylight, come
spinning out of my daughters bedroom wall, like a ballbarring with a liquid in it. Any ideas? I could ramble on all day about this. x
[edit on 2-6-2009 by happinness]