Before I start, I would just like to say that everything I'm writing down here is completely true. I am not one to make up lie's to grab attention, I would direct you to someone who can confirm this but I don't believe I know anyone on this site well enough for that.
I may be young, but for as long as I can remember I have been able to sense ghosts. And more recently I have been able to see, feel, and hear a female presence who seems to only get my attention; I live with my two brothers who are younger then me, my parents and my Grandmother. When I try to talk to my mom about ghosts or anything like that she dismisses it and won't hear anything about what I'm saying.
The ghost girl who I see always comes around at night while I'm trying to sleep and disturbs me. Sometimes she whispers my name (I don't know how she knows it) or touches my shoulders. Once I felt her lay down on my bed next to me. She doesn't seem to want to harm me but her appearance is rather intimidating.
Her skin is very pale and for some reason I can't help but feel that she looks as if she is very cold, as if she had been in water and hadn't dried but she doesn't look wet. Maybe it's just a sense or something along those lines. Her hair is black and scraggly looking, it's not very long.
She wears a white night gown that looks to be old and a little bit dirty. The aura I get from her isn't threatening but she is terrifies me. I think she's probably in her late teens. I also believe that her name is Sylvia. I don't know her last name but I'm almost certain that it is her name.
I remember thinking in my mind and it was like a flash had gone off in my head and the letters of the name popped into my mind's eye. And one more thing about her appearance, I can never see her eyes. I'm not sure if she doesn't have any or they are just hidden somehow but where her eyes should be there's nothing that I can see.
She never show's up before 1:00 am, and doesn't always come; some nights she does and some nights she doesn't. But when she does come she comes strong. I can feel her pressure and energy very strongly, I wish I knew what she wanted from me though.
I remember one night I tried to block her out by turning over and facing my back to her. I've learned that it seems to agitate her. I had on my iPod and faced the wall that my bed is up against. It was about 1:30 or 2:00 am when I felt a light touch on my shoulder and got the strong urge to open my eyes.
I tried to resist it at first because I knew that it was the girl, Sylvia, but it just wouldn't go away. So I opened my eyes and she was leaning over me, her face only about 3 or 4 inches away from mine. I've never been so scared in my life.
The most prominent thing about her face was her eyes that weren't there though, my heart was beating so fast. I gasped and closed my eyes while hiding my sheets, scared to open my eyes again. I don't know how long I stayed like that but it was a long while before I opened my eyes again.
Sylvia hasn't done something like this again, but from time to time I still see her. All she does is stand in the middle of the room or near my bed but doesn't move otherwise. She's been with me for a while now, but as I said before I've only recently been able to see her.
This is probably because I'm a little bit older then the first time I really sensed her and now I am able to see her better. I just wish that she would stop being so unsubtle about making sure I know she's there.
But randomly showing up and appearing in my room isn't the only way she get's my attention. At random times during the night my alarm clock goes off, and when I turn to look at it the time doesn't make any sense.
The first number is always 0 followed by something random. For example: 0:6.9. But I don't know what they mean and it scares me to death. I even turned off the alarm switch on my radio clock but it still goes off even though the switch is set to OFF.
I don't understand what Sylvia wants but I wish she would somehow just tell me like she did with her name so I could hurry up and help her. That, and I don't remember the last time I've had a good night's sleep.