This happened when my sister was admitted to the hospital and I was left alone at home.
It was my first time being alone for the night in the house. My parents have to accompany my sister in the hospital and they don't want me to go with them because I have exams the following day. My night in the house was okay except for the fact that I keep on worrying about my sister.
When you're alone in some place in the night, you cannot really help but think whether there are other "creatures" there. Before, when we still had our maid, she once told me that during the wee hours in the morning, when everybody is still sound asleep, someone would twist the knob of her room (which is now my room) as if trying to enter inside. Fortunately, she always keeps the door lock. She had also accounted of hearing things in the kitchen being moved whenever she's already in her room and is about to sleep. My uncle also who spent some time in our house saw people that are not meant to be there. As you can see, people who experience these paranormal things are those who only temporarily resided in our house.
I am a sleep-paralysis-prone person. There was one time that I have experienced it consecutively maybe because I was too stressed during the time. Usually, whenever this kind of paralysis occurs, I will be in a half-state asleep and half-state awake condition. I can see the things around me but I can't seem to move my body. There was one event though that bothered me most...
I was experiencing a sleep-paralysis when I heard someone in a girl's voice laughing and it seems that she's on the side of my bed. That scared the shiat out of me because it was the first time that something or someone was in my room when I was having a sleep-paralysis. When I researched further though about sleep paralysis, according to a certain article, people who experience it usually hallucinate about the presence of paranormal things while on that state.
The night went fine. Or so I thought.
The following day, while on the hospital visiting my sister, my father asked me whether our neighbor slept over in the house. Maybe he thought that I would have our neighbor accompany me during the night because it's my first time being left alone. When I told him that I managed to be home by myself, he became confused because he said that when he called this morning, I answered my phone however I wasn't answering him. He also added that someone just kept on laughing in the background. He assumed then that I accidentally pressed the answer button and that the one laughing in the background was our girl neighbor. I then checked my phone to see if he was just bluffing things to scare me out; however, there in my call register I really received a call from my dad just this morning and I'm sure that I was still asleep during the the time. I could not have accidentally answered it too because my phone is a meter away from my bed.
My dad, realizing that I was really alone, accompanied me home afterwards. I'm really sure that the two of us realized that "someone" answered the phone for me.
Do you think that the laughing girl from my sleep paralysis and the one who came afterwards was the same being?