A very strange thing happened to me fifteen years ago. At the time, I shared my bedroom with my little sister. From my bed, I could see the electronic clock in the kitchen because we always left the room's door opened. One night, I woke up suddenly. I must say that my father had a bad habit of snoring and everyone can hear him throughout the house. So I opened my eyes and saw a person standing silently beside my bed with a garment or a piece of cloth over his/her head and which covered his/her face. I immediately thought it was my sister because she was and is still a hell of a prankster. However, this was not the time to make jokes in the middle of the night especially when you have school the next day. So, I asked my sister to go back to sleep and closed my eyes. Since I didn't hear her moving, I opened my eyes again and I try to push her back to her bed but to my horror, my hand went through the body! With a sudden movement, I raised my blanket to be able to get out of the bed. In doing so, the blanket had masked my eyes for a split second and when it fell on the bed, the thing was gone. My sister was sleeping soundly in her bed and my dad was still snoring. The green luminescent numerals of the electronic clock in the kitchen showed it was 2:22 AM. To this day, I remain convinced that it was not a dream because during the whole time, I heard my father snoring. I don't know if this is connected, but that evening before going home I bought a decorative sword in the Chinatown and I put it near my bed.
More recently I had another strange and very scary situation. Once again, my sister was involved. In 2004, I woke up at 6 AM as every day of the week, but my sister monopolized the bathroom. She had not finished her shower even if she gets up at 5 AM. I was lying in my bed waiting for my sister to get out of the bathroom. Suddenly I felt my mattress was sinking as if someone was lying next to me! I was paralyzed and could not move. There was a presence in my bed a few inches from me and I could not even turn around to see what it was. I could hear my sister drying her hair with the dryer. I started screaming her name, but the noise of the dryer was too loud. I cried for a few minutes. She eventually heard me once she has finished drying her hair. She then asked me what I wanted. At this point, my muscles came out of their torpor and I could turn around. I was alone in my bed! Again, I'm sure I was not dreaming. My alarm clock did indeed ring at 6 AM. I opened my eyes and I pulled the blinds without leaving my bed. I heard my sister in the shower so I decided to wait for her to finish by staying in bed. When the thing was lying in my bed, my sister was drying her hair and I heard her perfectly well. I am sure that I did not fall asleep again after my alarm clock rang and I was conscious when I woke up until my sister answered me.