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[–] chryseos-geckota 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Jesus Christ..reading yours I swear I felt the shadows lengthen and darken in the room. I'll have to give that a watch.

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[–] Spark_Plugg 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

Yeah, makes me grind my teeth, its the worst.

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[–] H8teraid 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

Prolly the most horrifying experiences of my life. And they happen a lot. Meds don't work nothin works. Definitely makes me anxious of sleep because of it. Terror, horror, fear, doesn't even begin to describe the feeling

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[–] sjwsaremindzombies 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

I have them weekly but usually my room is empty. I describe it as being unable to move but still being able to see. One scary one was camping at Sluiskin Mountain in WA State. I knew nothing of the history of the mountain at the time. I had just bought a carved walking stick from a PNW native who lived in my area.

Near the mountain, at a remote walk-in campsite I woke to sleep paralysis but there was a silent shadow of a horned beaked man who was muscled carrying a staff. I don't get scared often but it was frightening. My coleman lantern was on all night on low outside the tent. I decided to growl/bark like a wolf/rabid dog. I used psychotic rage intensity and the shadow left. Then I saw shadows of gravestones appear. Then I heard/saw a white man crouching and crying.

The man was upset that he was going to die (we were talking).

The next day a man fell to his death.

I did research online and the entity was likely Thunderbird, or the terrifying god of the PNW tribe who lives on Sluiskin Mountain. I suspect my native-carved walking stick attracted this event. I went back to visit the native and found out he has a big mural of Thunderbird on his house (on a side I had never seen). I told him what happened and he said it means I am a medicine man. He said natives would trek to see Sluiskin and if you see him, if he doesn't favor you he kills you. If you survive you are a medicine man.

After my research I wondered if I hadn't accidentally "woken up a spirit of the mountain" by bringing a native american ritual staff made by a descendant of that tribe to the mountain.

Later that week a "spectre" was caught on camera on the mountain. Sluiskin is a submount of Mt. Rainier. The below was caught 7 days later on Sluiskin Mountain.

Spectre image: https://weather.com/science/nature/news/rare-phenomenon-spotted-mount-rainier

Timeline/death story: http://www.nps.gov/mora/learn/news/backcountry-climber-falls.htm

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[–] BonerWizard 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

Never had sleep paralysis but every once and a while Ille eat shit in a dream(fall on my face or something) and that will jar me awake as if it did happen. I've headbutted my mother and siblings multiple times doing this to the point where I had to use a sleeping bag when I was little.

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[–] chryseos-geckota 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

The first time it happened to me was during my early teens.
A Borg was walking towards my bed to assimialte me. He didn't say anything. He had a "laser pointer" eye thing like Locutus of the Borg did. It shone in my eyes and then I woke up. Fucking terrified me.

I have a recurring episode that I'm in bed not asleep, but cannot move. I struggle to movie any bit of me. I fight tooth and nail to move or even twitch a little bit. Sometimes I wake up all fenzied sometimes I fall back asleep. That's it, nothing spooky or anything just the feeling of being trapped in your body...which I guess it pretty freaky.

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[–] Under_Paid_Orgy_Guy 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

That's the sound the devil makes when he blinks his seven eyes and licks the lips of his four mouths. Sleep tight.

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[–] Javik2186 [S] 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

I don't believe in that sort of ridiculous nonsense. I'll let my imagination run wild on it to make me think it was really Garrus Vakarian reading a book.

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[–] Under_Paid_Orgy_Guy ago 

How old is the building you live in? How many people have died there over the years?

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[–] equine_therapy ago  (edited ago)

The year was 1993. Batman Returns was out on VHS. And while the Joker was not a character in this new sequel, I was dreaming that my grandmother was the Joker, trying to kill me with a sewing-needle.

Running away from the Joker-grandma and hiding beneath her patio-deck, I realised I was dreaming and so I decided to wake up.

I sat up, startled and alarmed, looking over the furniture in the room to remind myself that I was awake and safe in reality now.

Suddenly the gnarled talons of the Joker-grandma bursted forth from my belly, grabbing me from the newly bissected peritoneum, and pulled me back down onto my bed and into the dreamworld.

"Hihihiihhehehehahahahaha!" Joker-grandma cackled, her twisted smile growing even more grotesque, as she towered over me.

I woke-up again and forced myself out of my bed and I ran away.

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