There are many things that have happened in my life and I would like to share them with you in the hope that I might find an explanation, especially with this story. I am no stranger to spirits I have been in contact with them for a long time, however this experience was different. Let me start by telling you I have never suffered from sleep walking or sleep paralysis.
When I was eleven years old, I sat reading a sweet valley high book before bed (a typical kind of book for a teenage girl I think you'll agree) I fell asleep around 11 pm. I woke with a start at around 2.30pm and sat up to find a familiar face stood at the side of me, a man who at the time I had guessed to be in his mid thirties whom I'd seen many a time around the house and often woke to see him smiling down on me. Usually I felt comforted by his presence and more often than not fell back asleep.
This time however I felt extremely uneasy the man was no longer smiling, he stood scowling, I asked him what he wanted, he didn't move, just stood there. I felt a horrible negative almost oily feeling coming over me, my stomach was churning, I looked at him and said I want you to leave please. He carried on just standing and scowling, that horrible feeling was getting stronger. I was petrified and I don't mind admitting that.
I felt the usual low vibrations I got when my emotions were running high, I felt the vibrations getting stronger, I looked at him and concentrated all my will into saying I want you to leave NOW, he sneered and suddenly I felt a massive force hit me, I was rocked back onto my pillow. I led there stunned for a couple of minutes thinking over what had happened. I felt a trickle from my nose reached up and saw blood on my hand when I brought it away, whatever had happened had caused a nose bleed. I've no idea if it was because of high emotions or the force that hit me. But I didn't see him again after that.
I still wonder what it was and why he changed and how the hell I managed to get him to go away. All help is appreciated.
Thank you for taking the time to read my story.