I'm very new to this site and to be honest I have read a few of your stories to comfort myself these past few months. After an experience last night I felt I needed to share because I'm desperate for advice...
My boyfriend moved into an apartment about a year ago. It's pretty old. I basically live there as well I'm there every night. Him and his 2 roommates have the 2nd and 3rd floor and his landlord lives on the bottom floor. My boyfriend's bedroom is the renovated attic.
This house is old and the minute they moved in everyone kind of felt like there was someone watching you at all times. I however feel like I'm getting the worst of the experiences, or at least the most frequent and in my mind, intense.
I woke up in his bedroom a few weeks into moving there and swear I saw a person standing at the end of the bed. I couldn't make out features but it was a shadow of a person. My heart nearly jumped out of my chest and somehow I put my head into the pillow and went to sleep. This has since happened probably close to a dozen times since. My boyfriend was beginning to think I was nuts.
A couple of months ago I was asleep and my boyfriend was watching TV. He told me that he heard the floorboards by the door to his room creak as if someone walked across them away from the bed. He said it actually really scared him and happened a few more time within the next hour or so. He said the whole time he felt very uneasy and he said it was a weird feeling but he just knew someone was there. I have felt this same feeling many times.
A few nights later I woke up in the middle of the night and turned over to face the door and as I did this I heard the same creaking as if someone walked away from the bed as soon as I turned to face them.
Last night really scared me. I didn't sleep at all. The entire night there were footsteps and creaking in his room in the same spot. The thing that really bothered me was I felt terrified and as if someone was watching me all night. I couldn't relax. It honestly scared me and I have never felt like this in my life.
Thanks so much for reading this... I just needed to talk about it. Any advice?