posted on Nov, 30 2009 @ 03:28 PM
OK, Here's some more "happenings" from the weird (and wonderful?) mind of Gordi.
ooops, nope - I can't share that one!!!
I met a girl at a music festival, we chatted and got on quite well, so we swapped numbers and I phoned her up, to arrange a date.
I was supposed to go and meet her at a service station, on the main motorway, halfway between her place and mine, because she didn't know the area I
lived in very well.
It was when I was driving down there to meet her, I started to wonder what kind of car she had, as I had forgotten to ask on the phone earlier.
I have no idea why, but I said to myself "I bet it's a blue Renault Clio".... You can guess what's coming!!
Yeah, She pulls into the service station in a Red Ford!! (No, Sorry I'm just kidding!! It was Indeed, a Blue Clio!!)
Can I just add that I didn't know anyone personally who had a Blue Clio at that time, although a guy I worked with some time later did. (Completely
Can I veer into some other strange stuff here?? (Can you go "Off-Topic" in your own thread??)
We have a small holiday flat, on an Island just off the West coast of Central Scotland.
I was there on my own, and had gone to bed as usual, sometime around 11pm I guess.
When I woke up, it was with a START! I Jumped to FULL Consciousness Immediately, and all of my (Internal) ALARM BELLS were ringing LOUDLY!!!
You know that... sixth sense that tells you something is very wrong, before you become aware of any physical signs?
Anyway, My heart is pounding, My eyes fly open, and I try to move, I try to get up! but can't. I am completely and utterly paralysed.
I can sense that something is very wrong, but am powerless to do anything about it. I am really starting to worry now, to panic even. When I suddenly
hear, or sense? movement in the hallway, directly outside my closed bedroom door.
I hold my breath, to listen.
My eyes are still frozen to the spot on the ceiling that I focussed on when I opened them. I cannot even blink, never mind move a muscle.
By this time I am terrified. The movement in the hallway is getting louder, and more agitated. It felt like something HUGE, like a Bull or large Bear
was IN my hallway, breathing heavily, snorting, pacing up and down... trying to get in? It was trying to get in!
By now, the sweat is pouring out of me, I still cannot move, cannot blink or even move my eyes, but I feel or sense the thing in the hallway moving.
It's moving through the door, into my room. But the door is closed???? This doesn't make any sense, but here I am, paralysed, wide-awake but unable
How long had it been? 2 minutes? 3?
This... prescence? was now entering the room, towards the foot of my bed, without ever opening the door. The atmosphere was very heavy, cold and
thick. All I could feel was this indescribeable EVIL. Nasty, festering, pure evil. It was hard to breathe, and this... "thing" was moving across the
foot of my bed, from my left foot to my right... I knew EXACTLY where it was, I could hear it, I could FEEL it, but I still couldn't move.
The prescence had cleared the foot of my bed and started moving up the right hand side, but was strangely getting further away from me? It was still
moving to the right, but out towards the window.
Slowly, steadily, the feeling began to lift, as the prescence left, through the closed window.
As soon as it had left completely, the paralysis stopped, but I was too scared to look out the window.
Eventually my heart slowed, and I began to gather my senses, I checked the whole flat for signs of any intrusion.
It was about 4am, 4.15 maybe, and there was no sign of anything out of the ordinary. I eventually looked out of the window, but of course, there was
nothing to see.
I still get goosebumps, writing about this, even though it happened several years ago. I don't know if it's significant or not, but the window in
question looks out onto the path which leads directly to an old church?
I had never felt any evil prescence there before, or since. And I'm pretty happy about that. I don't know if the incident is connected in any way,
with the other topics that we've been discussing here, but thought I'd mention it just in case?
Right, I need a coffee!