This experience is dated nearly 2 years back in December. Me and my husband had been to Goa for our honeymoon. We were staying in a 5-star resort in south Goa with a private beach of their own. I will not be disclosing the name of the resort for obvious reasons.
The time I entered this room I had a different cold feeling but I ignored it thinking it's the temperature controller's problem. I decided to freshen up immediately after reaching and my husband went in to the balcony for a smoke. He closed the big glass door before smoking so that the smoke would not come in the room as I hated the smoke.
I was in the bathroom washing my face. When I was applying my face wash, the lights went off. I did not get scared at that time. Then I heard the big glass door being opened up and some one walking in. I assumed it's my husband. The footsteps neared the corridor of the bathroom and stopped. I waited for him to come inside but he did not. Then I suddenly started getting that cold and sick feeling and goosebumps on my neck. I got so scared and shouted with my husband's name loudly as much as possible.
The moment I shouted, the lights were back. I washed my face and ran out in the verandah. My husband was peacefully having his smoke. I asked him whether he had come in, but he said he hadn't moved from his chair at all. Then I asked him if the lights had gone out just now and he got even more confused. I told him what I experienced. He said I was over thinking and made me relax.
Our room used to turn unexplainably cold even after turning the room temperature controller to hot. I tried turning the controller itself hot so that the room would become hot and stuffy. But this also did not help. Our room would turn so cold that even 2 big and thick blankets would not stop us from shivering.
I always felt someone watching us from the corridor of our room. I did not share this with my husband then thinking he would get scared because he is a bit scared of these things. We would spend most of time outside and go in our room only late night.
The day we left Goa and we were plane, I confronted him with my experience there and to my surprise he said that he also was feeling the same there but didn't tell me so that I would not be scared. Then I remembered how he used to force me to stay outdoors most of the time and spend least time in our rooms.