posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 02:03 AM
reply to post by JROCK2527
I'm always looking for additional input on topics, so can you share with us a bit about this succubus that you speak of?
In medieval legend, a succubus (plural succubi; from Latin succuba; "prostitute") is a female demon that seduces men (especially monks) in dreams to
have sexual intercourse. They draw energy from the men to sustain themselves, often until the point of exhaustion or death of the victim. From
mythology and fantasy, Lilith and the Lilin (Jewish), Lilitu (Sumerian) and Rusalka (Slavic) were succubi.
According to the Malleus Maleficarum, or "Witches' Hammer", succubi would collect semen from the men they slept with, which incubi would then use
to impregnate women. Children so begotten were supposed to be more susceptible to the influence of demons.
Honoré de Balzac wrote a short story The Succubus  concerning a 1271 trial of a she-devil succubus in the guise of a woman, who amongst other
things could use her hair to entangle victims.
From the 16th century, the carving of a succubus on the outside of an inn indicated that the establishment also operated as a brothel.
There are many descriptions available online of both incubus and succubus and both have the ability to "pin down" their victim and the event usually
consists of some sort of sexual encounter. It was the description of that event with the guy and the mist that got me thinking about the similarities.
The activity also seemed to die down after the hotel was bless by a priest you mentioned, which would really only have any effect if the origin of
events were demonic.
So whilst it may not be a popular hypothesis, it seems to have curious parallels. IMO anyway.