I've always felt as though I was being watched since I was a child, and still to this day I feel as though I am being watched. It all started when I lived in these apartments in Clymer, Pennsylvania. I was around the age of seven or eight. I had this little beaniebaby TY, Zebra. I left it on this stand by the door before I went to bed (I slept with my mother. I am terrified of the dark and still am to this day) and there were only three people living in the apartment. My mother, baby sister (she was a few months old so she couldn't walk) and myself. Well I woke up in the morning and it vanished. I haven't been able to find since.
After that happened to me I feel as though that someone or something is watching me. I usually see things in the corner of my eyes, I am completely sane too. I just feel like whatever is watching me is bad. Even though it might be my father (he passed away when I was a baby from cancer) but I doubt it's him. I've saw this figure out of the corner of my eyes and it's large and hooded dark figure. No, it hasn't harmed me at all but I feel as though it could. Everywhere I go, though, I feel as though I am being watched by this thing and it scares me.
Has anyone else experienced anything like this? I am just curious. I have no idea what it could be either. I just want to figure out what this thing is watching me. It's not right on me either, it stays like a few feet away but it scares me. I am sensitive to a lot of things, but I have always felt this thing was watching me since I was little. If anyone else has experienced anything like this, then please tell me your stories.
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