This is a subject that is very personal to me, and not something I have had much courage to discuss with anyone other than a few of my closest
relatives. Before I get into my experience, I'd like to say that I am of sound body and mind. I DON'T do drugs. I'm simply seeking answers about
what happened to me, and would appreciate it if you could share any experience similar to mine.
A few years ago, when I was working third shift at a bookstore, I started listening to a show called Coast to Coast A.M. At first, when they
discussed things like aliens, and ufo's, I giggled and laughed with my friends about it. I was some what skeptical about what these people were
One night, after I got off work, and had WAY to much coffee, I was laying in my room talking to my husband about a video game we used to play online.
I was NOT sleepy nor was my husband, he's used to staying up till the wee hours of the morning. In mid-sentence my husband just fell asleep, as
though he were narcoleptic. And then I had one of the most frightening, yet fascinating experiences I've ever had.
My body went limp, and in my mind...I got this ringing sound, and saw an image much like that of an old television turning off. Just the black screen
fading away. And then everything was pitch black. I felt this vibration all through me. Like my body was shivering, and it was like I could feel it
in my soul. And then a fuzzy picture of a pale face with dark eyes. Not grey, but more cream colored, but shaped very similar to a "grey". I
don't actually remember the entire conversation, but I know it was extensive. (clock said 3:30 a.m. when I blanked out, and 5 a.m. after I woke up.)
The only part of the conversation that I do remember clearly is "we are here, we exist and we just wanted you to know that." Almost as if I were
being chastised. Then I remember the darkness coming over me again, the cold vibration through my body, and then consciousness. After that I woke my
husband up and told him what had happened. He didn't even remember the conversation we had been having when I fell asleep. He said I must have
dozed off and had a dream. I know better than that.
I was awake for a while after that. I felt cold, and a little frightened. And when I
finally did fall asleep around 7:30 a.m. I had terrible nightmares.
I have never had this happen to me before this incident, nor has it happened to me since then. And even after two and a half years...I'm still
shaken by this experience. I would really like to know if anyone else has had this happen, or have had anything similar to my experience.