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Originally posted by euwhajavb
reply to post by LurkerMan
Well, I don't know for sure if it was the same thing. My roommates said it was me in my girlfriend's room.
Originally posted by kawacat
reply to post by euwhajavb
OK, now I am going to say something you might not believe.
But I am saying it anyway.
Pray to God and the Lord Jesus to surround your place with their angels and to keep you safe - and thank them.
Originally posted by star in a jar
A few days ago I saw the shadow of something moving around in my kitchen while I was in the living room. I was alone and it spooked the hell out of me. I slowly peered into my kitchen, and saw nothing. It defintely made me wonder about our reality.
Originally posted by Lookingup
I'd have a really strong portable flood light ready for this visitor--along with the baseball bat, paint gun, etc., that others recommended. You can get million lumen spot lights from WalMart or a home improvement store. The next time that thing showed up, I'd put my big spot light on him.
They called my name and waved to me, and they said I just sort of looked at them and then got up and walked away from the window. The thing is.. I wasn't home. I was in class. Sure enough, they got to the apartment and came in and I wasn't here, and they were all freaked out. They told me about it when I got home, and it kind of scared me too, since they saw this ghost thing that was pretending to be me, but we all kind of stopped talking about it.
The next day, I was standing at the bus stop and heard two girls talking about the noise that had woken them up last night. "Sounded like an animal being tortured." I said I heard it too, and that we had looked outside but saw nothing. They seemed freaked out. On Saturday, maintenance found two dead cats in the bushes next to one of the gates. I only know this because they sent out notices to everyone, trying to make sure no one was missing their cat or something.
It looked like a tall man wearing a big coat, but there was just something not human about it. It was huddled against a lamp post that has been broken since we moved in, so I could see its outline but not any detail.