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Originally posted by Darkblade71
Originally posted by jheherrin
reply to post by Frocharocha
Source? I've seen a lot of ideas and theories about shadow people, but I have my doubts that anyone knows for certain what they are.
Originally posted by LiveThruLove
reply to post by Ghostx
I've had terrifying experiences with these shadow people and even believe they came to me in my dreams at times. Never good though. I would start to fall asleep, and right before I was actually out, I would realize I couldn't move a muscle, but I wasn't asleep. It's called sleep paralysis, scientifically, but then I would always see a shadowy figure, usually a man with a hat on. He would always be standing/floating and just staring at me. I would fight as hard as possible to fight the paralysis and finally get out of it, just to move was impossible. But at the same time it's like I am not in my body but still seeing the room. I always got out of it, and when I would I would check the house. Then as soon as I lay down I would fall right into paralysis and see him again. The other thing is, I am usually on a couch with a light on at this point because I would FEEL something in my room with me if I was in a dark bedroom trying to sleep. Then when I would have the lights on I would see his shadow. When I was in a room, I would still fall into the paralysis, but sometimes I would feel a weight on my chest. In one dream, I was looking at my face in the mirror and then all of a sudden a DEMON (or so I thought) popped up in the mirror and slammed my head into the mirror. I immediately awoke to find my face throbbing in pain. I've been hit in the head/body in my sleep and woke up in pain several times. I don't truly know what it is, but it has always terrified me. Since I've been pregnant, twice, losing my first son at 5months and now my second is 1.5 yrs old, I haven't felt this sensation. I hope it's not something that moves on to children because I don't want my son to experience this. He looks up in corners and just the other day he rolled his eyes into his head, I don't know who taught him this. But its creepy. I feel as if, since Im a mother this won't happen to me again.
Originally posted by MysticPearl
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.