One night, a few weeks ago, I got up in the middle of the night (around 3 AM) to use the bathroom. Then I came back into my bedroom and shut the door (I usually keep the door open when I go to bed because I always get an eerie feeling in there at night, like I'm not alone). Since I was going to be getting up in a few hours, I figured I would be fine.
So I got back into my bed and lay down (I was lying near the edge of my bed, and was facing the bedroom, not the wall)... And probably about 45 seconds after I closed my eyes, all of a sudden I got that hair-standing-on-end feeling like there was a presence in the room. As SOON as I acknowledged that feeling, this IMMEDIATELY happened:
I started to hear this humming sound. Not an electrical hum. I heard a man humming-- not humming like a song or anything like that-- but just a very deep, low, kind of throaty, constant, steady tone. "Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm..." like that. Now, my bed is pretty low to the ground, and I saw, in the darkness of the room, the silhouette of a man either bent over or kneeling next to me by the bed. Not only was the humming sound coming from him, but I felt like I was sort of magnetized to him-- I couldn't move away. I wasn't completely "paralyzed" like in my other story, but in order to move a limb even a centimetre, I had to use ALL my strength possible just too barely budge. It was like I was stuck in extremely slow motion.
It felt like he was kissing my face, next to my mouth, almost at my chin. It almost felt like suction. It was a constant pressure on that spot on my face, never letting go, and I could not move my head. I tried to squirm away, but couldn't.
Finally, I was able to let out a dragged out "Stop!" And then I could move, and it immediately disappeared and was gone, just like that. I waited a few moments, then got up and ran to my bedroom door. Needless to say, I kept it open the rest of the night.
Paranormal sort of things have been happening more frequently to me this year than ever before. When I'm alone at night I have a hard time falling asleep because of it. What could it be and is there a way to make it go away... Whatever "it" is?