posted on Nov, 28 2013 @ 02:56 PM
I don't know how you can say with such convicted certainty that it wasn't sleep paralysis, when you weren't there, it didn't happen to you and you
are hearing this third hand.
There have been times I had thought I'd blinked, yet missed entire films because I was in fact asleep, yet when waking, felt like I hadn't slept at
Perhaps the woman is adamant to believe she hadn't been asleep because she is determined to believe it is something sinister, rather than something
Sleep paralysis can manifest itself differently, and is more common if someone is sleeping on their back, so even if she has experienced it before, it
could be different every time.
I am also wondering why she was worried this 'thing' was going to harm her grand-daughter, why she would leave the room and only turn back out of
concern, rather than scoop the grand-daughter up and take her out in the first place?