I've had a number of paranormal and UFO experiences. Two stick out far above the others. One involving a shadow person and one UFO experience which
ended with me being interviewed by MUFON multiple times and was was scary enough it left my girlfriend in tears, but that's for another thread.
As a kid in NY, my brother and I shared a room. One night while we had a babysitter over while my parents were out, we went to sleep around 9 or 10pm.
A little after going to sleep my brother and I both awoke as there was a shadow right outside our bedroom which altered the light coming into the room
from the street light, just as if you're in a room with the lights off, light is coming in from another room and someone walks by the light.
Well, we woke up startled and noticed a shadow which clearly looked like a man in a top hat leaning into our bedroom through the window, even though
the window was closed. The outline of the man was clearly visible, a tall man wearing a top hat, yet we couldn't make anything out beyond his shadow.
We seriously thought it was a guy who was going to try to break into our house, yelled for the babysitter, she came, at that point he has disappeared,
we called the cops and they showed up. They searched the house while we went to our neighbors and waited until our parents came home.
My brother and I have talked about this since, later in life when we were older, and we're both damn certain it was not a guy looking to break into
our house, which as kids we nervously thought. But even back then we weren't sure what it was and the fact that this shadow leaned into our bedroom
and appeared to look at us, more than once, through a closed and locked window during a NY winter just was not something a human can do, but as kids I
think we just wanted to ignore that. The other factor here was that our bedroom was on the second floor, and to get to that window you had to get on
top of the roof of a single room my parents had added to the house. The roof was about 15 feet off the ground and there was no apparent way to climb
up to the roof, so if it was a man a ladder would had to have been used. Yet we heard nothing, did not see any ladder, looked out the window and down
the driveway which the street light lit up as soon as the babysitter came into the room and the guy had disappeared, yet as soon as he had backed away
from the window there was literally no sign of him at all. No ladder, no man, not a single peep. If the guy had brought a ladder and used it we
clearly would have heard something.
I still get goosebumps thinking about it. It's more than 20 years later but I vividly remember it as if it was yesterday. That's the odd thing about
paranormal experiences, in that years later I remember them as if it happened yesterday, while other memories fade.
But make no mistake, my brother and I both saw a man with a top hat alter the light in our room, watch from outside the window while we watched him,
then saw him lean in our closed window multiple times to take a better look at us, looking straight at both of us, and then disappear without a
edit on 3-10-2012 by MysticPearl because: (no reason given)