The Supernatural, whats your experience?

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    Jul 27, 2013 6:04 AM GMT
    First of all, this forum is definitely not for those of you who aren't like into the Supernatural like ghost, demons shit like that.

    Anyways, have you had an usual experience with the unknown or saw something you think you saw? I wanna hear it, get some ideas for a little project I'm doing. To start this off, I'll go first.

    About three years ago, me and few friends decided to use the Ouija board in her room at night while everyone was outside partying. We didn't think too much about the fact that she lived literally in front of a cemetery. Well as we were messing with the board the children were in the back yard in a tent playing. About thirty minutes into using it we heard them screaming our for me, so we quickly ran out their to see them crying and shaking. We asked them what happen and they said "People were walking around the tent". Yet no one was even remotely close to them out their to scare them like that.

    I could go on and on about my experiences, but I prefer to hear from you. icon_smile.gif
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    Jul 27, 2013 8:17 PM GMT
    One time I thought I saw a ghost. A friend of mine was wrapping up affairs for a friend of his. We were at the guys house getting it ready to sell. I thought I felt someone walk behind me, so I looked down the hall and saw a shape going into a room. The shape was kinda short, so I asked my friend if the guy had been short. Turns out he was.

    That's it.

    If you want a good story, check out this thread
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    Jul 27, 2013 8:59 PM GMT
    none, I don't believe in anything supernatural
  • Rhi_Bran

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    Jul 28, 2013 2:52 AM GMT
    bangingwithmrcooper saidalright, this might be embarrassing but i'll take a shot at it. true story. told this story about a million times already elsewhere. i swear on my life that i'm not making this up.

    about 2 years ago, i was sleeping, lying on my back. experiencing an episode of sleep paralysis where my eyes were half open, half closed. this was during the summertime and for some reason, i felt like my jaws opening. it was like a horrible feeling like someone was trying to force my mouth open. i couldn't move or do shit, was trying to wake up, yell for help and etc. then for the weirdest reason, i felt like someone trying to shove something in my mouth. i think it was a dick, not quite sure as i wasn't able to see it nor have i ever experienced having a dick shoved in my mouth. wasn't able to make out what the fuck it was. for a second, i was able to get somewhat of a glimpse of my room and nobody was there. it was nothing but black and white. i saw my room clothing drawers, my small cabinet and the wall with the light on the street reflecting on it but nobody there. there was this horrible feeling that came over me as if i was being raped. it was one of the worst feelings that i've experienced. when i woke up, i felt embarrassed at what the hell happened like "did someone or a ghost really tried to fucking shove a dick in my mouth when i was sleeping?" it made me paranoid to go to sleep for a minute .

    i experienced something similar some months later except i could feel someone trying to take off my pajamas and pull up my shirt.

    Stuff like that is actually fairly common with episodes of sleep paralysis. I've experienced SP about eight times in my life, and about half of those episodes involved an overwhelming sense that an unseen monster or intruder was in the room.

    One episode I had a couple of years ago was utterly bizarre and so incredibly potent that I think about it almost every day. Upon becoming "aware", every shadow in my dorm room began to distort - they would meld into each other, objects would produce two distinct shadows in odd directions even though the only light source was light filtering in through the window, and some even moved about. Near the end, I experienced a strange sensation - a feeling that I was definitely being watched or observed by something. This was my longest SP episode - I can't say for certain but I believe it was about two minutes.

    It's really strange. I feel like that episode changed me permanently in some way, but I don't know how. It feels like an inordinately important milestone in my life, somehow, even though it lasted only a few minutes.