This happened just last month. Me and my girlfriend were going to see the movie Avengers in a mall along Padre Faura street in Manila. My girlfriend has third eye. She's more capable of seeing, hearing and sensing the presence of these non-human entities compared to us average people. But what's more weird about her ability is that she can somehow "share" what she sees, hears and feels just by touching a non-sensitive person and, she says, by concentrating hard.
After we bought our tickets, we found out that we were an hour early for the next screening so, instead of going in the middle of the movie, we decided to go to the supermarket to get some snacks and drinks to bring inside the theatre.
My girlfriend, Jessie, knows I can't stand to watch Asian horror movies alone like Ring, The Eye, The Grudge... She knows I love playing games. One time she asked me to play her brother's Fatal Frame game in PS2. I agreed, but after only an hour Jessie ended up playing the game, me gasping and covering eyes whenever a ghost in the game appears. Jessie knows I am very afraid of ghosts.
In the supermarket, I was reading the label of the new flavoured corn chip when I heard a crash, then Jessie grabbed the front of my jacket and she buried her face on my chest. The grocery basket and its contents were all scattered on the floor. I asked her what's wrong, she only shook her head. She wasn't crying, so I figured maybe she's just avoiding to look at something. I closed my arms around her, shifted my eyes to where I last saw her facing, and there, at the other end of the snack aisle I saw a man covered with blood. His right arm was missing, just a stump on his elbow. His mouth was gaping open. I don't remember seeing his eyes, just a shadow, or maybe just plain black. He was also bobbing his head.
Jessie's used to seeing ghosts, but she can't stand sight of anything this bloody and gruesome.
My mind went blank, I just froze there, repeating "pota" (a word we Filipino use as curse) over and over to myself. The last thing I remember is Jessie walking forward, pushing me, making me walk backwards and leading me out, away from the snack aisle.
I'm so glad I have a brave girlfriend who knows what to do.