I decided I would put this story on here, you know, to see if anyone has any clue on why this happened. I've always seen little things and felt things that didn't seem normal to me, but always at night time.
For the first time I seen something during daylight, and so close and clear that I get terrified just thinking about it. You see, one night I happened to see something outside my window. I thought it was just me and it wouldn't matter anyway because I couldn't tell anyone. But during a shower I seen the same thing passing back and forth by the window, and along with it this horrible feeling of dread. I quickly got dressed and ran to the living room with my back against the wall, where I stayed all night. I was all right in the morning, I thought I over-reacted or something, so for a few days everything was normal.
After those few days though I was home alone, my mother was out and I was just sitting on the couch in the living room. (There's like this square hole, window thing in my wall that I was sitting beside). I turned my head a bit to see a bright, white girl with a very unsettling face. I quickly jumped back, flying to the other side of the couch with my back pressed against it, so I could see everything around me. She was gone. I thought maybe what I seen a few days before wasn't just in my head? But what I seen startled me so much, it was so clear like I'd be able to touch her if I really wanted. And just about 2 feet in distance, in clear daylight. I quickly ran to my room after that and kept my back against the wall again, with the horrible feeling coming again.
I often tell my closest friend about these things, but I couldn't because my phone was in the living room and I was not going back in there for a while. I told my friend afterwards, though, and she thinks it was the same one that her other friends had seen too.
For about a week I was paranoid I'd see her again, she looked so real unlike anything else I seen, and that feeling kept coming especially at night time. All I know is I'm pretty sure I'll see her again.