At around 2:00 this morning (3/22/07) I turned off my lights and I had laid down to go to sleep. I had one arm above my head on the pillow and the other was down at my side. Both of my palms facing upwards. After about a minute I had started to feel a tickle, almost an itch. I decided I would move my arm that was above my head to go scratch it, but I couldn't lift it. I felt really confused, but I decided I would just use my other hand. I couldn't lift it either. I then started to feel pressure on both my arms. I was scared. My eyes widened and I grew extremely concerned. I couldn't understand what was going on. My arms were starting to hurt from the pressure and I still couldn't move them. I was being pinned down. I was too scared to make a sound (and also considerate of the rest of my family sleeping). I started to feel that tingling feeling all over. I couldn't do anything though.
The strangest thing happened next. My hands started to move on their own. They felt as if they were being pushed open and closed. This all went on for about fifteen minutes. After a while the pressure started to lighten and I was finally able to move my arms. I turned onto my side and felt that maybe now I could get to sleep. I started to feel it again. This time it felt as if someone was laying behind me and wrapped its arms around me. Yet again I couldn't move. I started to feel the tingling again. This went away after two minutes though. That was all. Though, strangely, as I started to type all this my nose started to bleed.
This isn't the first time I've had some sort of encounter while laying in my bed. This next bit would be too short an experience to make a full entry so I'm adding it to this one. I was laying in my bed about a year ago. It also must've been around 2 AM. Suddenly it felt as if someone had jumped on my bed at my feet. That end of my bed dipped and made lots of sound from something landing on it. I went to turn my light on, but nothing was there.
These are my experiences and I am being completely honest. I swear it.