Originally posted by sled735
Originally posted by JROCK2527
I have experienced a few different aspects of the paranormal, (apperitions hearing voices and the like) not sure if this is what your looking for but
you can read through my thread SO..... I believe the hotel I work for may be
or to read of another of my experiences that could or could not have been paranormal you can read my thread
Red Eyes in the cornfield
Thanks for sharing your experiences with us, JROCK2527. I just got home from work, but I look forward to reading your threads. May have to wait until
I've caught a few zzzzzs, though.
I experienced something similar to the red eyes you talked about in the last link of your post.
It was 1979, early fall, in the mountains of NC. My boyfriend and I were visiting some friends and sitting on the porch having some drinks and just
talking. It had just turned fully dark outside. This house was in the country, and had no other houses around. They had a garden to the side of their
porch off just a piece from the house.
I was sitting at the end of the porch with my back to the garden, and everyone else was facing the front yard.
As they were talking, laughing, etc., I suddenly had a very unnerving feeling come over me. The hair on my neck stood out, and I felt I was being
watched. I turned around to where I felt a presence, and there were two large red eyes looking at us! I almost froze in fright!
Before I could say anything, one of the others stood up and suggested we move back inside. DIDN'T HAVE TO TELL ME TWICE! I was up and out of
I didn't say anything about the eyes because I figured they would laugh at me.
Maybe they sensed something too, and that's why they suggested we go in, I don't know. I was just glad to get in the house!
It could have been any number of animals, but from the evil sensation that overcame me, I think it was "something else". It appeared to be standing
No telling what kind of creatures lurk in the mountains!
In your first link you talk about things happening at the hotel where you work. I haven't read all your stories yet, but it sounds very interesting
indeed. I will continue as time allows.
I also work third shift in the security department. Night time brings "them" out, huh? Ha!
Thank you for your links.
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