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Kashi Milli


Back when I was 18 years old, during summer vacation I was alone in my house. My family were out of state for quite long so, I was made responsible to look after the house. I was alone and the creepy silence of the house made me little uncomfortable to stay alone especially during the night. So I decided to sleep in my uncle's house which seems advantageous as I don't have to cook and not be alone. Both my uncle and Aunt were also living with all their children out of state so I went there.

After dinner, they went to sleep in their room. I was watching TV in the living room. I stayed awake late like until 1 am and fell asleep.

Hours later, I was disturbed by some uneasiness state of my body, my heart was beating fast and I was sweating. At this point I was awake but eyes still closed. I sensed that someone was standing close to me and staring at me. I opened my eyes and saw no one. I tried to fall asleep again but the same occurs, but this time I couldn't stir my body and I couldn't even speak. I tried so hard screaming "uncle..." But nothing comes out. I was sweating and panicking. I sensed an inhuman presence still standing there. With lot of hardships everything goes normal after like 2 minutes I felt freedom and was so relieved but couldn't sleep after that.

Our folk wisdom says that it's a demon called "kashi milli" who paralyzes ones body at sleep. These occurrences are common everywhere. I told my uncle and Aunt about the incident and they said it happens sometimes. It was hardship.

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Poojabose (1 stories) (6 posts)
5 years ago (2019-06-25)
I never heard about Kashi milli ever 😕
What is that explain!
lady-glow (16 stories) (3144 posts)
5 years ago (2019-06-19)
Hello Rownin and welcome to YGS.

What you experienced fits to a T the description of sleep paralysis.
During sleep, our brain paralizes the body in order to prevent us from 'acting' our dreams and sometimes a person wakes up still under the effects of the paralysis, sometimes hallucinating.
Though scary, it is normal and it goes away after a short time.

The following link might help you to understand this condition:


Thanks for sharing.

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