I'm a late blind. I never used to get scared of any ghost stories and I always enjoyed catching up with any horror movie. My friends considered me lucky because I was spared from watching the horrifying scenes.
I never believed in ghosts and paranormal activities, but not until August 2015. We are an Anglo Indian family and usually it has been our custom to visit our family bungalow for any special occasion. This time it was my cousin's wedding and a party was thrown at the bungalow.
We were gathered over there and the music was being played at its blast. As I cannot see, I was slightly getting disoriented and I requested my cousin Elvis to take me to a quiet place where I could relax. He took me to a lawn which was at the backyard of the bungalow. We were talking to each other when one of my aunts called out for Elvis. He told me that he would come back and he left.
I was standing there, it was quite cold and I could vaguely hear the music from far away. Suddenly, the swing in the backyard started swaying. I was wondering who it was and I asked if someone was there. There was no reply. I thought that the swing must have moved because of the wind. I started feeling uncomfortable after a while. It was as though someone was watching me. I started feeling very cold and I sensed a presence standing next to me. "Darcus", that person whispered in my ears. I was frightened because I never heard such strange voice ever in my life. I was demanding that person to tell me who it was, but there was no reply.
I was trying to find my way out to the party area because I was terribly scared. Just then, Elvis came back to find me in a panic state. He asked me if I was okay and I questioned him if anyone else was there around me. He told me that there was no one except for me and him. I requested him to take me away from there and I didn't speak a word after that.
Even until date, that experience gives me a chill in my spine. I can't forget it. I'm not sure if it was a paranormal presence or my cousin's prank with me. But whatever it was, it was scary. I haven't shared about it with anyone in my family because I'm sure that they will not believe me.