My name is Carl and I live in South Africa. I've not had many experiences with the super natural
But I've been fascinated by it. Well this is one experience I did have.
A couple years ago when I was still in high school I was about 16 years old (I'm 25 now), my friends and I would go hang out in this park near our school. In this park was a tunnel. It was some sort of municipal tunnel. I think it was probably used for heavy rains or something. It was large enough for us to crawl around in, and although we ventured in pretty deep we still don't know how deep it went.
It was one of our regular stomping grounds where we'd hang out and smoke and drink and pretty much do the things high school kids do.
One particular day four of us decided to go to the tunnels. It was I, my buddy John, a girl by the name of Ashleigh and her friend Elenora. Now in the opening of the tunnel it was still pretty light so we mainly used to hang around their. But of course the deeper you went the darker it got. So we decided we would go as deep as we could for lack of anything better to do, and so we did with Ashleigh in front followed by John then myself and lastly (closest to the entrance) Elenora.
We ventured pretty deep. We had been going for about 15 minutes and by now it was so dark that we couldn't see our hands in front of our faces. Suddenly Ashleigh who had been leading our expedition started screaming. Franticly she elbowed her way past all of us and started running back. Well needless to say we were all freaked out and didn't care to stick around to find out what she was running from. So we followed suit.
With our adrenaline pumping it couldn't have even taken us five minutes to get out of the tunnel.
When got finally got out to the entrance we found Ashleigh holding her knees sobbing. When she looked up her nose was bleeding. She told us that in a split second she felt coldness and was punched in the nose by some unseen entity. Well that was the last of our tunnel venturing days. Though I still plan on visiting them again. It's not too far from where I live now.