I have 2 older sisters, and we were younger we were staying over at a cousin's home for around a month during our school vacation break. I was around 8-10 years old at the time, and my sisters in their late teens. The 3 of us were sharing a bed in the guest bedroom which did not have a working light. I slept in the middle, with my sisters on either side of the bed.
My sister at the edge of the bed suddenly woke us up in the middle of the night, she was terrified. Let's call her sister P. Sister A and I woke up wondering why she was insisting that there was a spirit which walked past her and into the room. We did not really believe Sister P at first and did not understand why she was so spooked. Sister A and I actually thought that it was some sort joke at first. However Sister P was adamant and just so so terrified.
It was midsummer, nights were very hot and sweaty. My sweat on my body suddenly turned ice cold. I felt the presence in the room, at the end of the end near a dresser. It was pure evil, I could feel it. I was so scared. I started talking to Sister P about it and we both agreed. Sister A, who is the eldest and the least believing, also started feeling the same. I felt that it was a male presence, but a strong male. It felt stronger than a human male, something larger than human.
I do not know what that spirit was, except that it was evil. We felt it so strongly, without seeing it. We also heard its footsteps in the room. It was the most scary encounter I have ever had.
We found out those family members whom we stayed with were not the best people years on. They dabbled in the occult. I know have no contact with them now as it is my choice.
I am a pure religious God-fearing person, and although I believe firmly that no spirits can cause me actual harm, what scares me is the unknown. Why did that evil spirit come to us in that room that night like that? Why do we have these encounters, and others don't?
Please send your advice.
Regards to all who have encountered anything scary, that now even well in our adulthood we can never forget about it.
Written by Sister K.