posted on Jul, 20 2010 @ 03:05 PM
Originally posted by The_Archangel
reply to post by wiredamerican
Thanks for the posts friend, but they are nothing like that. The cobweb sensation is in tandem with the a broad stroking feeling on my bare feet and
the top of my head. The sensations happens in my home (and occasionally other locations) when I am alone and relaxed either on the laptop or whilst
I have no spiders in my home or any variety (but thanks for the post)
About six months after a very close friend of mine was killed, I started having these kinds of sensations as I walked in the late evening through our
sub-division. There are no sidewalks, and since it is a restricted entry series of residential streets, where you walk is right down the middle of
the street, and at least 30 yards from any trees or structures, so I know these cobwebs weren't part to anything that a spider could attach itself to
and still be available for me to walk through.
Besides, there were five separate and very distinct moments, that each lasted at least 15 minutes, where the cobweb "brush strokes" seemed to be
very interactive and moved from one hand to the next and then against my face and then across one arm of the other as I talked with whatever it was
that might be making it happen. This was as I stood in the middle of the street after pausing due to how deliberate the contact seemed to become.
My friend died under violent circumstances, and I never got the chance to say goodbye to her. I guess I prefer to believe that it was her, but like
the OP states, there's not much on the Internet about this phenomenon. In fact, at first I was concerned that I might be having a stroke, since I
had no idea that this sort of thing is known in some circles to be paranormal. I was pretty relieved when I discovered a very small reference to it
on a cached page after searching for stroke indicators.
[edit on 20-7-2010 by NorEaster]