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In my previous story, I told about how I had my first supernatural experience after I met my boyfriend.

For a long time after the whole sliding door incident and so on, nothing really happened. I haven't really felt anything touch me again or so on. Until my boyfriend brought me a present...

When I was 13, my dad bought me a stuffed teddy bear. He was beige of colour, with small black eyes, about half of my height and he had a sweet, warm smile. I was crazy about him, as I had Kevin (I still don't know why I gave him that name) throughout my first heartbreak and so on.

Last year, for Christmas, my boyfriend gave me a gift. It was a pink and purple unicorn, bigger than I am. I was absolutely crazy about her and she took the place of Kevin on my bed. I slept on her back every night, and Kevin would sit next to my bed, a place he has never known before.

Everything was fine for a while, until one day. I woke up the morning to find Kevin's face slightly turned to me. I remembered placing him facing to the foot of the bed, but thought nothing of it as I may have just brushed him with my hand during the night. This continued happening for a while and although I tried not to overthink it, it started to freak me out a bit. I told my sister about this, who shared a room with me, but she just laughed it off and said it was just my imagination because of all the horror movies I watched.

I decided to brush it off and just ignore it. One night, I was laying on the unicorn's back, busy reading a book, when I saw Kevin fall forward. I sat upright and looked at him for a while. Before he fell he wasn't sitting skew, and there was no wind blowing, so it was weird that it just fell over. When I picked him up, I saw his warm smile had turned hard. Those smiling black eyes had turned wicked. Again I just made it off as imagination due to too many horror movies.

After a while, Kevin's "movements" became more daring and more obvious. One night he even tugged on my blanket while I was reading. I didn't see him tug it, but I felt the blanket being pulled. After a while, I decided to throw Kevin away, and suddenly it all stopped.

I don't know why Kevin suddenly started moving.

Jealousy, maybe?

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Jubeele (25 stories) (882 posts)
5 years ago (2017-09-29)
As Sti5na hasn't responded all these months, I'm probably talking to myself. But as a dedicated collector of teddy bears, I wish to speak up for Kevin too. The poor bear was a gift from your father; that in itself makes him important. Couldn't you have found him a another home instead? Maybe if you had taken turns with them, all this could've been avoided... 🤔
Pandora_PDX (23 posts)
6 years ago (2016-11-11)
I'd be jealous too! You didn't pay him any attention anymore. Then, instead of being nice to him when he needed it, you threw him away! Poor Kevin. 😕 😢
publicways (32 posts)
6 years ago (2016-11-09)
I had my friend read your story because I couldn't understand it sir. Write me back when you know more, know where your teddy bear is.
PoliexterLy (2 stories) (91 posts)
6 years ago (2016-11-08)
I hope Kevin doesn't come back as a grizzly bear and get revenge!
Oh, but I see you live in Nimibia so I guess you're safe! 😲
Unicron1000 (guest)
6 years ago (2016-11-08)
Kevin was probably jealous. He probably thought he was being replaced and that you didn't like him anymore.
lady-glow (13 stories) (2991 posts)
6 years ago (2016-11-08)
You better be careful with that unicorn... Given its size, it really could hurt you if it gets jealous of your next favorite toy!😆 😆 😆

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