A few years back, my fiancé and I went to a local cemetery that is known for being haunted. He asked a few questions, and had a recorder with him. The only recording we got was a loud "NO" and a roar, after he asked if it would like to speak. We started seeing a lot of things moving, and got this awful feeling. As we drove off, he saw a dark silhouette of a man standing and watching us.
When we got home, which is only about a block away from the cemetery, we knew it had followed us home. The windows started fogging up, and we could just feel it. We agreed not to speak of it again, and begged it to stop. And it did. For a while. Every once in a while my fiancé would find the E.V.P. File on his computer, no matter how many times he deleted it. And he started to see dark figures in his periphery.
Well one day, he was in a bad car wreck and broke his neck. He survived, but was in a halo brace. One night, as he lay in bed in the contraption, he saw that same shadow man at his bedside. It picked him up out of bed by the bars of the brace.
Ever since then he sees it every once in a while. Usually surrounded by other paranormal activity happening. There are always multiple presences when he sees this thing. It just usually stands in his room and watches him. Well last night, it came and it was pacing by his closet. I got a phone call from him around 12:30. He said "it's in my room." I knew what he meant, so I asked him to tell me everything that was happening.
He was hearing whispers. They sounded strange and multi-tonal. It was soft, and he couldn't tell if it was English. It almost sounded like a strange static hum, he said. It stopped pacing and sat on a chair by the closet and just watched him. He says it had yellow eyes that resembled an animal's eyes at night.
I told him to get the cross necklace and scapulars that hung on a nail next to his bed, but as he reached, the eyes followed his hand. He paused. He reached to touch them, and the thing stood up. He paused again. The thing was projecting the threatening feeling. He could feel it didn't want him to put them on. He pulled them off the nail, and it got worse. Finally he brought them to his chest. The thing flashed across the room to stand next to his bed. Clearly trying to scare him. He prayed that it would leave and be cast out, and the room temperature started going back to normal.
It was playing possum. He could see it outside his door. The thing seemed puzzled that he could still see it, like it was meant to be hiding. I told him to turn on the light, and he said he didn't want to move. He heard the words "You might not like what you see" clearly, projected through his mind. He took it as a warning not to turn the light on. It then started moving things around his room, opening drawers, etc.
We figured out that it was feeding off of his fear. It would let him relax, and then do something to scare him and feed off of the adrenaline rush. It was well after 1 when it was over and he went back to sleep.
Has anyone else had this happen?