Ever since I was a small child I have always felt like someone was watching me. Everyone always told me don't worry about it, everyone feels like someone is watching them. I tried my hardest to believe them but I always felt like I was being watched.
As I grew up the feeling started to become worse and worse I couldn't sleep without having a nightmare. I started seeing things in the corner of my eye. I started getting angry all the time that I started acting erratic and suspicious around everyone.
One night just after I turned 14 I was home alone and I heard a noise at the front of the house. My heart started racing but I ran to the front of the house where I heard the noise. The coffee table had collapsed in on itself and everything had fallen everywhere around the room. I started picking everything up and I heard a noise behind me. I rolled forwards so I could get on my feet. As I stood up I turned around to nothing, but I had a really unnerving feeling that I was being watched.
After I cleaned up the rest of the mess and as I was walking out of the lounge room, I collapsed onto my knees and I started coughing and as I looked up so I could go get some water I saw a dark black figure walking towards me. The lights started flickering and I started bleeding through my nose. All I could do was watch as this figure walked towards me. My heart starting racing as tears started falling down my face, and I was so scared. The figure suddenly stopped walking and flew towards me and passed through me and then disappeared.
I stopped coughing and the blood stopped rushing from my nose and all I could do was crawl to the sink to get water but I couldn't stand up, my legs were shaking too much.
I still sometimes see the figure in the corner of my eyes sometimes, but there was only one other time that I have seen the figure again properly, and I walked straight through him and as I did he dispersed and disappeared.
When I see the figure in the corner of my eye it never looks at me and I never look at it. I still know it is following me but it has not made an appearance since I walked through it.