This one is not about my experience, but about my husbands. I hope that I can get some input about what exactly is happening to him.
I want to start by adding a few thing's, that might help out some.
1) My husband has had SP since he was in high school. He's 29 now.
2) When I was a child, before I moved into my brothers old room, I stayed in my original room. I would have a lot of "things" happen to me in there. Things that I couldn't make sense of. (I'm not going to get into the details of my experiences in this room, because I want to use those for another submission).
But I will say this much, since I feel it may help out on what could be happening to my husband. I use to sleep walk when I stayed in that room. But never did again, after moving out of that room. Meaning, I'm not one to sleep walk. I had at most, 5 episodes of that happening in that room. Which would leave me waking up confused, and unable to exit my room, or turn the lights on. (Again, details more on that, for another submission)
Now like I said, my husband has had SP since he was in High school. We've been together for almost 5 years, so I've learned when he is having a SP moment, and know to wake him out of it.
He use to have them maybe twice a month. Keyword, maybe. But since we've had to move back into my childhood home, and back into the room I previously mentioned, he started to get them more often. I'd say what use to be about twice a month, has now become every other night.
Now I'm aware of what SP is, and why people get it (for the most part), but I also believe that not all the ones my husband has, is just a dream. They're different then what he's use to, and has started to take a more sinister turn.
His first one he had here, not long after moving in, he saw what looked like a dark shadow figure, walk into our room, and stand at the end of the bed, and watch him. Which like I said before, I know when he is having a SP moment, and woke him out of it. After telling me about what he had saw, he couldn't shake the feeling that it was still standing at the foot of the bed.
He was really freaked out about that one, since it wasn't like any other one he has had. I will mention that he's had plenty of SP where he's felt held down, and even choked. As well as other typical SP, but he couldn't stop thinking about how different this one felt, and had trouble going back to sleep after it. Which normally he has no problem with going back to sleep after having SP, but this is one of the reasons why I feel this may be different.
He's had others where he saw shadow figures, on our bedroom walls. There's been a good bit of those. Which he has said to have seen this happen while awake too. But would write it off.
He has said that he feels like they're taunting him in a way. The most recent one he has had, he says was the worst so far, and why I have come to believe that there might be more to this, than just SP.
The other night, he was asleep, and I was almost asleep, when I heard him having another SP, so I woke him up. He was very freaked out about this one. I asked him what was wrong, and he said that it felt so real. That he could see me laying next to him, watching TV, and could even see, and hear what I was watching. (I was laying next to him, and was watching what he saw, and heard, as I was trying to go to sleep).
Then he said that I started talking to him, sexually, (obviously I'm not going to go into details of this part) and was about to have relations (hope that's more of an appropriate word), as I go into kiss him (still apart of his "dream"), I change into a dark shadowy figure. He couldn't make out the face, because it looked like a dark shadow, laying where I was just at, staring at him.
Before anything else happened, that's when he said I woke him up. This one had him even more freaked out then the other one. And again, he was unable to go back to sleep.
Like I said, these aren't the ones he's use to having before.
He does believe in the paranormal like me, as well as being very interested in that subject. But he's also a rational person, that will try to think logically about what he's seen, and what it could be, before he calls it paranormal.
I'm just starting to wonder if this really is more then just SP, and how to stop it. It's never been this bad, or like this, until we moved into my childhood home/room. If anyone knows what could possibly be happening, I'd really appreciate your thought's. Also, I'm aware that you're not able to stop SP from happening, but I don't believe that's what this is. He's been able to deal, and even was use to SP, but this feels different.
Also, not sure what this could mean, but since this has been happening more often (about a year fyi), he's felt angry a lot, and short tempered, mostly at work, but I can see a change at home as well. This is not his usual behavior.
Hopefully I was able to explain all of this, to where it makes since. I just hope someone knows what's happening, and can help out on stopping this. Thank you for reading.