I'm just going to get straight to the story.
It has been a year since I posted on here and a lot has been going on. Ever since high school, I've experience sleep paralysis on a regular. So now I'm in college and my sleep paralysis is back and it's really starting to scare me.
Just last week, I came home from school at 12:00 pm to take a little nap before going to the gym a little later. I laid down closed my eyes and slowly drifted off to sleep. Twenty minutes later, I felt like my body was being zapped by little bulbs of electricity which ran up and down my body. At this point, I was unable to move everything except my eyes. As I laid there panicking, I felt there was a presence in the room with me. So I built up enough courage to scan the room; I then see a tall slender woman standing next to my computer desk, which was adjacent to my bed. I remembered she had a dumb founded look on her face, as if she was shocked to see me. She was wearing a long white sleeping gown that was covered in dirt. Her hair was pulled back in a tight bun and her eyes was really wide, like she hadn't slept for days and was trying keep them open. She slowly took two steps towards my bed and immediately my heart started racing a million miles per hour.
Then without warning, she slapped a stack of textbooks off my computer desk and onto the floor. As soon as the books hit the floor, I was able to move and bolted out my bedroom into the living room where my parents were sitting having a conversation. After explaining to them what happened, my mom said she heard the loud noise but thought I knocked the books over myself. I explained to them the way the books were stacked on top of each other, there's no way the books could have fallen on their own. So my dad checked to see if my computer desk was unbalanced. Which it wasn't and how in the world did my books but nothing else fell. Let just say, I slept on my couch for 4 nights before building up the courage to start sleeping in my room again.