This is my first ghostly encounter that I have only let a few people know about. Although, I have tons more to tell that I have experienced myself throughout the years.
It was a Friday night, I think, and me, my sister, Amber, and my cousin, Mary didn't have school so, we decided to spend the weekend at my dads. He lived in a double wide trailer on the hill where I lived all my life and while I was growing up. My whole family has lived up here, but in different places and different houses. Also, a lot of my family members have died here and many of them I didn't know of. I was to little to know anything about them or who they were. Farther on this hill there is also and Indian burial ground. I go up there and look and read on them all the time. The years on them go all the way back to the 1800's.
Anyway, on this Friday night, all three of us were heading to bed just after we watched and movie and had a little bit of popcorn.
It was very hard to sleep considering we had to sleep on a twin size bed. That's hard to do with three people, even though we were small. It was very dark and quite, so we all managed to fall asleep.
It was about 2 or 3am I suppose and scarcely I was awaken but someone lightly saying my name, over and over again. It was Mary, and she asked me, "Do you see that?" I looked over at the door where there was a tiny light shining from the hallway. The light was coming from the bathroom beside the room we were sleeping in, so I could see outside of the room. The bedroom door was open all the way. Leaning against the doorway was, by my look, a 7 or 8ft tall broad man. It was all black and I could only see the outline of him. He was wearing a black rounded hat, a long black trench coat, and what sounded like cowboy boots. He was tapping his heel and had his arms crossed like he was watching us sleep. Amber wasn't awake at the time we saw this, so she didn't know about it at all. We were both so scared, so we just slowly turned back around and went to sleep. I don't know what he was, who he was, or why he was there. What or who we saw has never been answered and probably never will be. I am glad that whatever it was didn't do any harm.
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