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#1    Mynameisnotimportant

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Posted 14 May 2013 - 01:08 AM

Werid things have been going on around me. Like once some balloons started rapidly moving through my house and I later found them deflated on my bed. Some people say it was the AC moving them but they had been in the same place all week and hadn't moved once and also how would they have gotten under door frames? Also sometimes at night my dog will start looking all around the ceiling. Another thing is sometimes I feel like the whole world goes out of focus and everything sounds fuzzy but Ill hear Werid noises very clearly but everything will go back to normal after about 15 seconds. Another thing I think might tie into it is something that I went through when I was younger. When I got to about 7 years old I suddenly became terrified to sleep alone in my room at night. I had to sleep in my brothers room and if he feel asleep before me I would freak out because I didn't like to be alone. (Werid things only happen to me when I'm completely alone.) I couldn't spend the night at my friends house because I didn't want to be the last one awake. When my family would ask me why I was scarred I didn't really have an answer. But I knew it wasn't robbers or monsters under the bed. It was something I couldn't explain at the time but I think now looking back on it that I was sense something that I'm still not sure of. It went away when I was about 11 and I could sleep by myself but to this day I don't being the last one to go asleep in my house or sleeping in the complete dark and I have to go to sleep to music or TV. Nothing started happen until they last yearish (I'm 14 now) I've never feel threatened or like someone's going to hurt me but I've told my story to some people who think I have a spirt following me around and is trying to make me aware of it. I'm very confused and just want to know  what's going in. Help?


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Posted 14 May 2013 - 03:03 AM

Help!? Are you serious!?

14 years old, and afraid of the dark :clap: ..... I guess you can take comfort in the fact that it will pass, as you get older.

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Posted 14 May 2013 - 05:06 PM

My advice remains the same from the duplicate thread which is now locked:

Brad Steiger has a theory on poltergeist activity.

It usually happens to females but can happen to males. It happens mostly during puberty or among newlyweds.

The poltergeist is not something out there but emanating from these persons.

As far as what happened when you were younger and can no longer remember why it traumatized you....well, sigh, that could be abuse.

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Poltergeist agents are very often adolescents, but not always. It seems true that some adolescents under the combined stresses of growing up and the hormonal changes occurring during puberty can produce poltergeist activity, but adults under stress can be agents as well - especially, perhaps, if they have unresolved stresses from childhood.

It is unknown how common poltergeist activity is. Certainly, remarkable cases in which household objects are tossed about are relatively rare. But those are the cases that get attention and are documented simply because they are remarkable, especially if the activity persists over many days, weeks or months. There may be many more cases, however, that occur just once or on rare occasions to people. A child furious with his parents storms into his room and a picture flies off the wall. A couple having a heated argument is interrupted by a pot inexplicably falling to the floor. These and a thousand other possible scenarios could be taking place all the time to temporary poltergeist agents, but are dismissed as coincidence or with some other rational explanation. (Indeed, in many instances it might be just coincidence or have another rational explanation; the point is, we don't know.)

http://www.unexplain...howtopic=247853


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Posted 14 May 2013 - 07:20 PM

The balloons probably moved because the helium leaked out slowly and the a/c was then able to move them.  They'd easily go under door frames.  I've seen it a million times because I hate balloons and I'm always watching them to see what they're up to.

I think you may just be paranoid and have a bit of anxiety and/or ocd.  I used to never like to go to sleep first.  I shared a room with my sister and I was constantly frightened and always wanted to be the last one asleep.  Maybe you're having disturbing sleep disorders, ie night terrors, hypnogogic hallucinations, etc.

I'd look for the normal before reaching for the paranormal.  There's a lot of things that could be happening to you that would not necessarily involve spooks.  :tu:


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Posted 14 May 2013 - 08:50 PM

yes, i know how you feel. i am 13 and i sometimes have sleep paralysis. when i was junger i saw ghosts following me but i never talked to anybody i just dealed with it,you should talk to someone,it might help.


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Posted 14 May 2013 - 09:15 PM

View Postcoldethyl, on 14 May 2013 - 07:20 PM, said:

I hate balloons and I'm always watching them to see what they're up to.

I found this to be very cool and interesting.

Studying shadows is my thing, especially when outdoors in natural light, or at night as I walk past street or parking lot lamps and study my own, this study was inspired by Carlos Castaneda.

Robert Johnson would study the rain.

Balloons seem to be a worthwhile subject...especially since they can inform the subject of the OP here but just in general.

Edited by Leave Britney alone!, 14 May 2013 - 09:17 PM.


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Posted 15 May 2013 - 01:02 AM

View PostLeave Britney alone!, on 14 May 2013 - 09:15 PM, said:

I found this to be very cool and interesting.

Studying shadows is my thing, especially when outdoors in natural light, or at night as I walk past street or parking lot lamps and study my own, this study was inspired by Carlos Castaneda.

Robert Johnson would study the rain.

Balloons seem to be a worthwhile subject...especially since they can inform the subject of the OP here but just in general.

Hey LBA!

I'm not joking, I'm seriously on high alert when the latex kind are around.  I don't want them near me.

Especially near my head.  I hate birthday parties.  They just freak me out.


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Posted 15 May 2013 - 03:19 AM

See a Spiritualist. Maybe they can shed some light.

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Posted 16 May 2013 - 07:32 AM

As a kid we're all scared of the dark and nights were especially creepy. Some kids don't like what might be under the bed. Others don't like what could be in the wardrobe. This is either over active imagination or some of us are just sensitives.

On the balloons, were they your party balloons and what makes you sure they weren't placed in other rooms?

Who told you a spirit is following you? Btw in case you're wondering, everyone has a spirit guide or guardian or loved ones in spirit around them. I don't think there's anything nasty around you.

Can you explain more about things turning fuzzy and you hearing strange noises.

What's upstairs when your dog behaves like this?

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Posted 16 May 2013 - 12:35 PM

Since its such a laughing matter I'm a grown women of 31 almost 32 and before I moved out of my first home I slept with all the lights on at night for the last two months I lived there because one night I was laying in bed and was awakened by the feeling of being held down. I woke up thinking it was my husband only to realize my husband was asleep beside me and there was a tall skinny dark figure standing at my feet at the end of the bed. After a few seconds of it just staring at me it suddenly flew over the foot of the bed going from a standing to a horizantal position before suddenly disappearing. During that time I was fully awake but unable to speak or move needless to say once I could move again I woke my husband up and got my kids from their rooms and refused to sleep without them in the bed and every single light on until my husband finally got tired of it and moved us to a new house. So sweetheart your not the only one that has ever been scared of the dark so have I :-)


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Posted 16 May 2013 - 08:52 PM

View Posthauntedinsc, on 16 May 2013 - 12:35 PM, said:

Since its such a laughing matter I'm a grown women of 31 almost 32 and before I moved out of my first home I slept with all the lights on at night for the last two months I lived there because one night I was laying in bed and was awakened by the feeling of being held down. I woke up thinking it was my husband only to realize my husband was asleep beside me and there was a tall skinny dark figure standing at my feet at the end of the bed. After a few seconds of it just staring at me it suddenly flew over the foot of the bed going from a standing to a horizantal position before suddenly disappearing. During that time I was fully awake but unable to speak or move needless to say once I could move again I woke my husband up and got my kids from their rooms and refused to sleep without them in the bed and every single light on until my husband finally got tired of it and moved us to a new house. So sweetheart your not the only one that has ever been scared of the dark so have I :-)

I don't see anyone laughing??

What you described could be a sleep disorder and does sound like sleep paralysis, especially since you couldn't move.  It seems very real, I've had it more than once so I'm speaking from experience, but it isn't paranormal.

Your experience really does sound like a text book case of SP.  On a couple of occasions with mine, I would have sworn I was awake, but because I knew what SP was, I knew what was happening and it helped me to break out of it sooner and not be so afraid.

http://en.wikipedia....Sleep_paralysis


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Posted 19 May 2013 - 08:39 PM

Cold I was definately awake just couldn't make my limbs or voice box work after reading nonlinear about sp and that you can see things that aren't there I figured it happened where I was just waking up and my brain hadn't caught up with the rest of me if you know what I mean.


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Posted 19 May 2013 - 08:41 PM

That earlier comment had been directed at dbunker I don't do guotes since reading it the first was enough. Forgot to include his sn sorry.


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Posted 20 May 2013 - 12:11 AM

View Posthauntedinsc, on 19 May 2013 - 08:39 PM, said:

Cold I was definately awake just couldn't make my limbs or voice box work after reading nonlinear about sp and that you can see things that aren't there I figured it happened where I was just waking up and my brain hadn't caught up with the rest of me if you know what I mean.

Sorry, but I'm not sure what you mean, because that is what happens with sp.  You are conscious, but your body won't let you move because it thinks you are still dreaming and when you are dreaming your body shuts movement down so you don't act our your dreams and hurt yourself.  I'm confused..and no problem about the laughing comment.  :tu:


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Posted 20 May 2013 - 01:28 AM

Yes cold I was just reading the article you recommended on another post and it described it exactly. Its only happened once and I over reacted big time at first but months later read an article about sp but it wasn't in as much detail as the one you suggested. Thanks btw enjoyed the read. Especially finding out your body is semi paralized during sleep to keep you from acting out dreams. Man when we were created they didnt miss anything did they.





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