I encountered this entity quite a few months ago, close to the beginning of the month while walking my dog, but the experience stays fresh in my mind no matter how many days come to pass for it still leaves me uneasy.
It was on a clear night with a full moon that I decided to take my dog on a walk due to not being able to fall back asleep. I pulled on a simple jacket to keep me warm in my shirt and pyjama pants, let my dog out of her kennel to clip on her leash, and left my home quietly as my family slept. It was in the early morning hours that I had woken up, but it wasn't the first time so this was a somewhat normal occurrence for me at that point. I thought that it was just going to be a simple walk down the street to the mailbox and back...Boy, was I wrong.
It was silent as I made my way down our dirt road; not even the birds were making noises in the trees as I walked past and would have normally woken them up. My dog Tess would let out an uneasy whine every now and again, but I just took it as her being the scaredy-dog she was and probably was whining about her own shadow.
As we neared the end of the street, only about ten or so feet away from the mailbox, she suddenly started moving in closer to me and I felt my vision almost... Vibrate as I turned my head due to suddenly feeling like something was pressing down on me while a loud buzzing filled me head. I don't know why, for it was sort of instantaneous with the sudden buzzing and pressure I was feeling in my head, but I glanced to the side and saw something standing in the bushes on the side of the road. It looked like a man, and yet...not. It had no clothes on, and was tall with rather long limbs and sickly white skin that just the sight alone almost made me want to throw up. The thing's face is what scared me the most, I believe, for it had no nose but piercing yellow eyes and a leering grin of a smile on its wide mouth that looked like it almost split from ear to ear, though not quite. Other than these features and its body shape, there was nothing else to identify it as male, not that I really had time to double check as it disappeared and the pressure and buzzing noise went away.
Once it did, I could hear Tess freaking out as she tried to slip out of her leash while backing up and whining loudly, but I quickly turned and ran back home with her following, then running ahead. Once I was home and in my room, I instantly jumped back into bed and pulled the blankets over my head to feel safe again as I realized just how much that thing had scared me.
To this day I don't know what I saw, nor have I seen it again, but thinking back on my experience... I don't think I want to.