posted on Feb, 20 2013 @ 06:31 AM
When I was in my late teens, I had a Mormon friend, his father was divorced, and he lived with his dad and younger brother. In a townhouse in the
north end of the city I was living in at the time.
I learned over our friendship. That there was a lot of negativity in that house, that was hidden behind a mask of "niceness". But that is another
story for another time.
One night, I was sleeping on the couch in the basement, which my friend was using as his room at the time. Partially finished, laundry sink open wood
frame walls for the most part. Other than his room area, which was about half the basement. I was sleeping quite peacefully, when all of a sudden I
just woke up. All I can describe it as was that I felt something was "wrong", when I did wake up and open my eyes. I observed something that to this
day is hard to process.
At the time, the door to his room was open, and the only light in the basement was the one in the laundry room. In the area that would be under the
main stairs going up. Were a group of 6 "shadow people" Humanoid shadow, no distinct shapes. Arranged in a semi circle, they seemed to be having a
animated discussion. I did not hear any speech, or have any communication with them. Just watched them for about 10 seconds in silent and total
Unfortunately they did eventually notice I was awake and seemed to almost panic for a second amongst themselves. Before all at once and as a group,
came towards me, arms outstretched.
Now I know this is childish and stupid a heck, but I closed me eyes, and hid under the blanket I was using at the time. I supposedly screamed. But I
do not remember doing this. This of course woke up my friend. Half asleep he turned on the light and asked me what was wrong.
It took me a moment to compose myself, but I eventually told him what had happened. His comment still haunts me the most. "Ohh them, just ignore
them. There here all the time." With that he turned off the light, and went back to sleep.
I tried hard to sleep, but eventually got up and went for a walk till the sun came up. It was one of a few very unique events I have had the fortune,
or misfortune to experience.