I always fall asleep with my door shut every night. I've had sleep paralysis a lot of times, but the only thing I have ever been able to see was my room. It's always dream-like and it feels half real, half fantasy, maybe a few things here or there are different, but it's recognizably my room.
The other night was the worst experience I've ever had. When I woke up in that paralyzed state, my door was open and there was a tall shadowy figure standing in the hallway by my door. It wasn't very shapely, but I could tell it was standing up right like a man, and I could see the shadow of shoulders and a head. I was scared but it didn't hit me right away so I slowly rolled over from lying on my left side to my right and standing literally right next to my bed about a foot away from my face was this shadow. It was as if it had quickly teleported from my doorway to my bed. I say this because I can remember it was a bald, tall, defined (muscle-wise) figure with wings and horns. I couldn't see a face; it seemed as if that was the only thing that was missing from it. It didn't last long at all.
When I awoke, I was petrified to fall asleep. But I've been staying up the past few nights so I fell asleep anyway, even though I was trying not to. I told my boyfriend about it the next day and he recommended that I put a piece of amethyst rock under my pillow which I did. I haven't had it since and I feel safer to fall asleep, but who knows when it will happen again. It seems every time I've had this, my experience has gotten worse