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Zabarov

My Ghostly Story

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About four or five years ago when I was a very young teen, I was in my house watching Invader Zim on Nicktoons (or was it Nickelodean?) in the living room by myself while my mom was in her room doing her business. As I was watching Invader Zim, I caught something moving in the corner of my left eye: a shadowy, human like figure looking at me for a few seconds behind a sofa. The figure had human characteristics, but no face. Just pure shadow. It was like if he was looking at me for a few seconds and all of a sudden hide behind the sofa. At that point I got scared and quickly turned on the light in the living room. I was scared to look behind the sofa because I thought it would get me and who knows what it'll do next. I told my mom about it, but she didn't believe. Nobody was in the house except me and her. I don't know what the heck that thing was, but it surely gave me trouble sleeping. After that day I never saw the shadowy figure anymore, even till this day.

What do you think it was? My theory is that it was a ghost. Or maybe Slenderman?

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Slenderman isn't real.

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I know he isn't real. I was just joking a little.

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:quickly turned on the light in the living room."

in a dark room with the t.v on. you will get what is known as "shadows".....simple.

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