I am 21 now and truthfully have had a very eventful life; my story begins when I was 17... I think that is the appropriate age. My little brother about the age 12 or 13 at the time and was in a little Boy Scout troop. They were assigned to go spend the night in the "blue ghost" or better known as the USS Lexington. It has washed on shore and is next to a few dead mines now. It holds a lot of history about World War 2. For those who don't know. It is a ship that has not been sunk once, or twice, but a astounding 7 times. Hence why it is called the "blue ghost". Well my parents could not come and be the "supervisor" there was one supervisor for each child. So being the older brother, I went. We spent our 6 hours driving there because we live in TX. When we finally got there, there were a good thousand or more people. When I showed up I just happen to ask the "leader" of the entire place if I was suppose to hang out with the kids in their beds or the adults in their beds, because the kids and adults were separated into different bunks. Well considering I wasn't a kid or an adult. He had the perfect thing for me. I did not know I was going to be chosen at the time. He picked me out of the thousand people there... Along with about 7-10 others. We were supposed to patrol this thing for "fire watch". Now for those who don't like scary things I would high recommend you stop reading this.
After the regular tour and daytime, night time fell and everyone went to sleep regularly... While firewatch, they got a little bit of an extra "behind the scene looks" We went into... The "restricted area" but of course we had some authority following. We went into the engine room and were showed some pretty cool stuff... We got to a room were they said they did amputations on soldiers if they needed it. There were still blood stains on the floor. They said they were never able to clean it up. They had brought us to the showers were they said men were showering before a torpedo blew a hole through that side of the ship probably killing a few dozen men. That's not what got me though... We finally came to the jail cell. They had about 3 small cells were they kept prisoners of war in. Keeping in mind most people that were in that cell they said died from starvation, ship sinking or so on and so forth. One of the people leading us asked us if it was scary. Me being myself said no, I would stand in there if I wanted to. So he dared me, and I did. That's when he proceeded to lock the gate shut a turn off the light... I don't know what happened... I was leaning against the wall of the jail and I felt tremendous pressure on my shoulders and a twisting feeling in my stomach. I couldn't move while my arms were crossed. I could not hear anything until they flipped the switches back on. It turned out they were laughing and the girl was slapping the guy for messing with me. Once again when it was time for us to climb up the shuttle to the first floor when I was climbing I was a little blurred and disoriented. I still feel that pressure, even to this day right on my shoulders. I have also noticed I chill very well I almost have an Icy touch most of the time.
Two years later I came across a dear friend. She was an Indian and supposedly healer of her tribe. She noticed that I was troubled because I seemed to look to the sky and something wasn't right by the way I looked at it. I never truly noticed why. So she did some chant on me. My mother was right next to me... When she got done she told me to look at the sky one more time and I saw a demon a skull with flames. I don't normally cry at anything. I did this time though. She told me to go to where I feel safest and I feel safest next to my little brother I feel a connection between us. So I sat there for hours next to his bed. When I came out she... Mixed some potions for me and told me the presence in me is so strong that she is scared. She also desperately wanted to baptize me. I know most of you wouldn't believe this I am a 5.11 man sitting about 140-150 I have taken martial arts to a black belt level, judo also. I also have military experience behind me. I just can't shake this feeling that I am carrying someone over my shoulders. I have also been having back problems as a lately.
Should I worry about this or not?