posted on May, 8 2009 @ 03:35 AM
Nearly three weeks ago I had a very wierd and scary experience.
I fell asleep like I do every night and was having a very comfortable rest. It was about 2:45a when my experince occured. While sleeping I began to
have a dream. It was a very wierd dream because it felt so real, but it wasn't obe or Lucid Dreaming - I know because I have Lucid Dreams on a
regular basis (every 2-3 weeks) and it wasn't that real, so I knew I was dreaming.
I started to have a wierd feeling like their was someone in my room. You know how, when your sitting down somewhere - like a restaurant, you can feel
someone staring at you, or talking about you. Or when your walking down the street and you can sense some one watching you or following you. This is
how I felt in my dream. I said to myself "If your a demon be gone." When you are in a dark room, even if it's your own, and you get a feeling
that some one is there, it can be very scary... and it was.
I was horrified when I opened my eyes to discover I was having a severe bout with sleep paralysis. This, as well as the Lucid Dreams, happens to me
periodically ( the former happens about 1once a month).
This was one of the more severe cases I have ever had of sleep paralysis. I can say this because it took so long, to move my fingers and left hand at
the wrist. It usually only takes a few seconds to overcome the episode and get back to sleep. However, this is not the incredible part of my
When I woke up I couldn't move anything from right below my nose all the way to the end of my feet. Being that I was paralyzed like this I could
still move my eyes.
Also, when I awoke, I heard an extremely wierd sound. It sounded like one of those sticks that has been hollowed out and filled with b-bs, when you
flip it upside down it makes that crazy bouncing, rain-drop sound. The sound lasted for about 5-6 secs. It wasn't just a quick sound and then
nothing. It stayed around for a bit, and then it went silent.
I looked up toward the ceiling when I first awoke, because I was laying on my back. As soon as I woke up I saw a man standing right next to me, at my
shoulder position and only a few inches away. This scared the crap out of me.
He was just standing there with his hands clasped in front of his waist. He was tall, the ceiling in my room is 8ft tall, only several inches from
brushing his head on the ceiling. He had a robe type garment wrapped around his body. He had what appeared to be light brown to brown hair. He had
the appearance of a white man, with a big forehead, and crazy looking eyes. It seemed like they were almost glowing a white/blue color and slightly
slanted at the outside corners.
At this point I was freaking out big time. I could only move my eyes and I had this enormous man standing over me and watching. I was afraid that he
was a psycho burglar and he was going to hurt me or kill me.
I was paralyzed during this whole experience, close to 45 secs. He was there, staring at me, the entire time. I kept concentrating on moving my hands
Finally, while still freaking out on the inside, I was finally able to make my left fingers and hand move. As soon as I gained control of the motor
skills in my hand I looked to the left at my hand and arm and knocked on the wall to try and get someone's attention so they could come help me (I
don't know why I did this because I live alone).
After knocking on the sheet-rock wall I looked back to my right and the man was gone, like he vanished into thin air. Just a few moments after
knocking on the wall, and the man's disappearance, I regained motor skills in the rest of my body.
It freaked me out so bad that I went to my living room, turned on the light, and watched T.V. for an hour until I felt like I could go back to my room
I was scared when this happened. I wonder if, I kept control of my emotions and remained calm, he would've stayed there longer untill my body woke
up. Maybe if I wasn't frightened I could ask him some questions and see what he was doing or try and touch him to see if he was real.
He looked so real, just like I was looking at someone in three-d .
Do you guys have any ideas about this experience. Why would he be in my room? How did he get there? Am I going crazy?
I don't know what to think at this point. My Lucid Dreams are increasing and becoming more vivid too. I wonder what all this could mean?
edit for grammar - again
[edit on 8-5-2009 by esteay812]