I took a trip into Denver for my birthday. Me and my girlfriend got a very nice hotel room and were there for only one night. So we both go to sleep... I'm a little restless and can't seem to sleep for a very long time. I notice a strange, deep noise coming from above, possibly the ventilation system. I eventually drift into sleep, and I only remember being suddenly awoken as if I hadn't dreamt at all. I could not move. Not an inch. But that was not the first thing I noticed. The first thing I noticed was that the deep sounding noise I had heard before was now sounding more like a demonic growl. A fierce, demonic growl that laid its veil of superiority on me wickedly. I began to tremble with fear, and I wanted to move because I was feeling so surreal and thought I could just snap out of it. I tried, but I was completely frozen in place. And by frozen I mean that I could literally flex all my muscles, yet still not be able to move. I think that somehow I drifted off again, and was suddenly awake once more, to find my laptop sitting on my chest facing down at me. It showed some sort of fiery blackness of an image that conjoined itself to the dark noises I had been hearing to create one hell of a scary experience. And once again, all of the sudden, it all just disappeared. I instantly realized that I had NOT been sleeping.
I was thinking perfectly clearly the entire time this happened, and my train of thought continued straight through all of this, even after it all seemed to just disappear.
I did not just make this up, and this is the best I could do of describing what happened. All I know is that I really think it was a true paranormal event, not something I simply dreamt up. If you are an understanding person you will understand that at this time, my relationship with my girlfriend was very complicated to me. I was constantly thinking about everything that was happening in a way that's pretty impossible for me to describe right now, but it was a period a very deep thought and contemplation of just about everything; life, death, god, angels... All of those things. Hopefully I'm not some sort of ultra-schizophrenic either, but I'm pretty sure that's not the case.
Anyways thanks for reading whoever you are, I'd love to hear comments from anyone!