This is serious people, and I need some serious help. Ok last night I did not have a nightmare,it was a nice dream if you would say. So this morning I was waking up, and I saw a pair of legs standing next to me bed*please note that it was bright in my room*At first I thought it was my mom looking at me while I sleep. So then I close my eyes and opened them back up. When I did the shadow was gone. And i couldn’t move or talk.(it may sound like sleep paralysis its not)I was trying to scream for my dad because hes an expert in this types of things.So finally I got a hold of myself and ran to the livingroom.Then soon after I told my dad because he knows about spirits and such, I went to got brush my teeth and then I saw to scratches on my chest. Not bed marks but real scratches like a dog scratch over night. I don’t have a dog either. So please answer if you know whats happening. Thank you
*EDIT* I was wearing a T-Shirt, so how could I scratch myself. And yes ghost do exist. Well I was scared for my life. if this happens again im going straight to the doctor.But nobody could explain to about the black shadow. it wa freaking daylight in my room and I saw a black shadow.
You know what I honestly think it is, and I’m being completely serious here and trying not to be offensive, so please listen. I’m studying for my psychology degree, so I have to know something for $40,000 a year.
IMHO, you probably have Temporal Lobe Epilepsy (TLE). “TLE affects about one million Americans, and it is believed by some that another million may be undiagnosed.” (p.156)
Even though it’s a type of epilepsy, Temporal Lobe Epilepsy doesn’t usually cause the kind of seizures you normally associate with epilepsy. Someone that has TLE will not usually lose consciousness and won’t usually have spastic muscle seizures. A person with TLE may not even seem to be abnormal during a seizure. A TLE seizure may cause a person to not be able to speak for a period of time, along with experiencing some unusual sounds, smells, or tactile sensations. They may also exhibit some repetitive behaviors during the episode.
You may have been experiencing one during your sleep, and woke up at the end of it. Epilepsy, I believe, can set in later on in life, onset by further development of the brain. Do you grind your teeth at night? The scratch marks may also been from you scratching at your chest during the episode.
I suggest seeing a doctor.