I am only a 16 years old girl, and my family seems to be continuously haunted by more than one presence.
It happened last night, at 4:30AM. I was wrapped in a deep sleep, dreaming about a beach when instantly my dream flashed into my living room. My body has the ability to mix the sounds of the physical world, and work them into my dreams. So knowing there was a ghost around me it put him into the plot. Still dreaming, I turned around, as something caught my attention. When I was distracted, the TV in my dream turned off, and rotated and impossible 90 degrees. My TV is HEAVY, and couldn't be rotated a seconds by a human.
Jolted by a force, out of the blackness of my bedroom, I became paralyzed by ghost. Not only was he restraining my limbs, but shaking my entire body. I am not referring to the compulsive shaking of a shiver, but my entire body was frozen in form and moving as one mass, up and down, up and down.
By this time, I was completely awake. He was holding my mouth closed, I couldn't scream.
I repeated in my head, "I CAN'T HELP YOU! I CAN'T HELP YOU!" But it wasn't my voice! It was a deep voice from my core, not my mind-it originated from my stomach area.
I felt that telling the ghost that I couldn't help him would insure my safety and he might leave me alone. But he didn't.
"ANGELS! ANGELS!" Calling on your guardians to protect you might work. He stopped shaking me, and let go.
I opened my eyes, and rolled over onto my back. Breathing heavily I studied my bedroom for life. I knew my eyes couldn't be trusted-they could make any shadow a ghost if they wanted.
But still, I stared up. In the blackness of night I saw a face, for the first time in my life I saw the humanly form of a ghost. I see orbs on occasion, but never a body. That is how I discovered he was a man, his face; after floating over me for 30 seconds, he disappeared.
Needless to say sleeping wasn't easy. I lay in my bed for twenty minutes, sweating, because I was too afraid to walk through my dark bedroom, or uncover my body. Eventually my heart slowed, and I am made it to the light switch-he was definitely gone.