I’m not sure about the scariest, but one experience that scared the life out of me was one night not long after we had moved into our new house. My bedroom was upstairs, my parents were sleeping downstairs in the basement (there’s an actual bedroom there).
Next to my bedroom is another room, you can only get in there through my room. I can’t stand it, it’s a lovely bright room, there’s nothing wrong with it but whenever I’m in there I feel an urgent need to get out.
Anyway, I was watching TV quietly, as to not wake up my parents, and someone started banging on my door. I mean, not just knocking quietly, someone was banging on that door as loudly as they could. It made me jump but what scared me more was the fact that this banging was coming from the room next door. An empty room.
1. You or someone in your family owns a van with a white and red PL Sticker proudly displayed on the back windshield. 2. You have relatives who aren’t really your relatives and you refer to them as “ciocia” “wujek” anyways. 3. You sing the same song - “100 lat” - on every occasion weddings,…
This sums up my childhood! Good times though, good times.
I’ve never asked anyone/anything whether it’s a ghost or not and received an answer…But I have seen and heard things that shouldn’t really have been there.
I’ve seen a figure walk down the hallway in work, but I’ve probably experienced the most stuff in my parents’ house. I think by now I’m generally quite okay with these type of things, but that house makes me uncomfortable, always has. I feel like whatever is in that house is purposely out for me, it’s not just trying to interact with people because my parents never seem to experience anything. Either way, it has successfully managed to get my attention.
I’m inclined to say yes. I’ve had dreams that have been so close to reality I can’t bring myself to say no. Whether these were coincidences or not, I will never know. I would like to think so and sometimes I think I believe they are just coincidences, but the realisation that it was so close to reality kind of ruins it for me.
It does affect me negatively, I don’t particularly like dreaming nowadays and don’t remember my dreams anymore.
I don’t feel comfortable messing around with it, at the risk that I’m going to initiate connections with things I want nothing to do with. If those were all positive connections I wouldn’t mind, like speaking to deceased family members, but I don’t want to invite anything negative into my life.
I don’t find the paranormal overall scary, only the idea that something negative could attach itself to me, especially if I brought it on myself by messing around with a ouija board.
It frustrates me when people say they’re going to play with a ouija board at a party, or even worse - alone. I don’t think it’s something that should be taken too lightly.
I used to believe in guardian angels and used to always pray to mine first thing in the morning and last thing at night.
It was just something we as kids were raised to do. We never questioned it or complained about having to pray. We would be told off if we didn’t pray before we got out of bed, but we were fine with it.
The idea that there was someone guarding me from any harm was quite nice, I would like to still believe in that.
I honestly don’t know, I don’t think that “spirits of deceased people” or anything like that quite covers it. It’s something we don’t really know anything about, and as far as I’m concerned the term ‘ghost’ covers a lot of different things.
Maybe the spirit of a deceased person unable to move on? Maybe energy left from previous residents? I believe that you can be haunted by something that isn’t purposely after your attention, just events that happened when that particular person was alive and the energy imprinted on the property is repeating it.
I feel like I don’t have a choice but to believe in paranormal things. I’ve seen things that shouldn’t be there and heard things that no one else seemed to be able to, although for the most part it doesn’t seem to scare me anymore. Saying that, if someone scary looking suddenly appeared in front of me I would probably change my mind.
I won’t mention any experiences now, but I think ghost/spirits/energies etc are all around us everyday, whether we all see them or not is another matter. I don’t think there’s any need to be scared unless something is purposely trying to harm you.
I believe some people are more inclined to see these things than others, how or why I don’t know. Although I wonder if by opening yourself to this world, you are opening yourself to experiences because they sense you interest?
1. Do you believe in ghosts? 2. What are ghosts? 3. Do you believe in a god? 4. Do you believe in angels? 5. Do you believe in a devil or satan? 6. Have you ever used a ouija board? 7. Can dreams predict the future? 8. Have you ever experienced sleep paralysis? 9. Do you believe in life after death? 10. Have you seen any ghosts? 11. What is your scariest paranormal experience? 12. Have you ever been ghost hunting? 13. Have you taken paranormal photographs? 14. Have you experienced electronic voice phenomena? 15. Do you watch ghost hunting related shows?
"Are you there? Are you watching me? As I lie here on this floor, They say you feel what I do, they say you’re here every moment, Will you stay? Stay ‘till the darkness leaves, stay here with me, I know you’re busy, I know I’m just one , But you might be the only one who sees me, the only one to save me,
Why is it so hard? Why can’t you just take me? I don’t have much to go, before I fade completely,
Can you feel how cold I am? Do you cry as I do? Are you lonely up there all by yourself? Like I have felt all my life, The only one to save me,
How are you so strong? What’s it like to feel so free? Your heart is really something Your love, a complete mystery to me,
Are you there watching me? As I lie here on this floor, Do you cry, do you cry with me? Cry with me tonight ,
I’m sorry I’m not as pretty as her. I’m sorry I’m not as funny as her. I’m sorry I’m not as rebellious as her. I’m sorry I’m not as creative as her. I’m sorry I’m not as outgoing as her. I’m sorry I don’t make you smile the way she did. I’m sorry I get upset when you talk to her. I’m sorry that she’s everything I’m not. I’m sorry I can’t be her.