Ever been walking down the hospital corridors, for no reason you get a feeling someone's there that you can't see? Maybe you feel a unexpected soft breeze, was that the air conditioner or did something just walk by me?
It's enough to make a person turn around and look to see if someone is behind them. Is there a reson why the lighting in the hallways are so dim? Could it be to save energy or maybe the spirits draw off of the power? I never really thought about any of this until one evening it happened to me.
There wasn't anyone in the hallway with me, when I thought I felt someone or something near me. I turned around to my amazement I saw what appeared to be a shadow on the wall. It was about 4 or 5 feet tall. I just stood there staring at the wall, scared me. There wasn't anything around that could cast that shadow. Did I see what I thought I saw? After getting over the shock, I walked up to the end of the hall. Looking back the shadow was gone, but I saw a white mist right where I was standing before. I know it wasn't my imagination.
People die in the hospital every day, could it have been one of them? It's possible some spirits stay behind. I told my brother about this (he has a ghost hunting team). He said he runs into stuff like this all the time. It's just one of those personal experiences that I had. That was last time I had any experiences in the hospital hallway. But now when I go visit someone in the hospital I am always looking over my shoulder. I've heard that spirits do walk the streets with us, so could they also walk the hospital corridors? What is your opinion?