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Something visited at night

I used to experience disturbing paranormal events as a teenager, but thankfully they stopped as I grew older. When I was around 20 years old, I started having vivid nightmares and episodes of sleep paralysis when...

By spooky sessionPublished 30 days ago 1 min read
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I used to experience disturbing paranormal events as a teenager, but thankfully they stopped as I grew older. When I was around 20 years old, I started having vivid nightmares and episodes of sleep paralysis when sleeping in my bedroom at home. I would wake up unable to move, feeling a heavy pressure on my chest, and see terrifying visions of shadowy figures approaching me. My parents told me it was just sleep paralysis, but it kept happening frequently and felt very real.

Strangely, this only occurred in my bedroom at home. When I studied abroad in the USA for a year and slept in a different dorm room, I didn't experience anything paranormal. As soon as I returned home, the episodes started up again. The same thing happened when I slept at my grandma's or aunt's house - I was fine there.

Over time, the experiences escalated and became more bizarre. One night, I vividly remember three alien-like figures experimenting on me. Another time, I awoke to a dark, eyeless creature with a long tongue sexually assaulting me. I fought back and made it go away.

While I initially thought it was just sleep paralysis, the fact that it only happened in my bedroom made me believe I was being visited by paranormal entities. I even saw a vision of outer space one time. As strange as it sounds, I can't rationally explain the vividness of these experiences. After the last disturbing encounter, the events completely stopped, and I've been fine ever since. I'm thankful I don't have to deal with those terrifying episodes anymore.

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