Sleep Paralysis – The Most Frightening Experience Ever

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Sleep Paralysis – The Most Frightening Experience Ever 


It's the sensation where you feel like you can't move at all but you're aware of everything around you.You feel like you're stuck, you can't scream, you can't call out for help, you can't do anything at all but lay there wondering when it will all be over with. Supposedly it's a medical condition, but some people say that you're actually in a transitional point between realties.

Some people claim to see dark figures or hear strange voices or sounds, others claim to have been touched or felt like they were being held down. 

Has this ever happened to you?

Check out the video by Woah12  on 12 terrifying facts about sleep paralysis 

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6 thoughts on “Sleep Paralysis – The Most Frightening Experience Ever”

  1. Ward says:

    I have had this experience.

  2. Verito says:

    Some years ago like 10 years or so I was 18, and it was bed time, so I lay down after a hard day at school and work. It was around 3:30am and I also knew I was asleep but not full asleep. I usually wake up every night to go to the restroom, but that night as soon as I was trying to wake up, as I look up the ceiling where the lights are (the lights had a square shape glass holding the bulbs) I saw this black creature staring directlyyyy at meeee!!! And it turned (tilted) its head to stare at me better.I felt this coldness, numbness in my body that I could not move at all. I just closed my eyes as well and prayed the "our father" rosary. After I stopped praying I could start moving again. I did not even dared to look up again all that night. Worst thing ever!!!

    1. mrbricks says:

      Yike, I can totally relate to your story! 

  3. Koby Dennis says:

    When I was a boy I would have Night Terrors. It was horrible. Then one night I went to bed kinda early and I slept down stairs. I woke up and found myself standing in my room and it was pitch black. I started feeling around for my water bed and when I found it I heard a cackling sound coming from the other side. I started to pray and all of a sudden I could see and their was a peace in the room. Nothing like that ever happen again.

  4. Alan says:

    Sleep Paralysis shouldn't be confused with poltergeist activity…

  5. Carla says:

    Yes, I had been kidnapped, robbed and raped by a stranger at a local university.  I had gone to my parents to rest because of the trauma. Went to sleep, but then "woke" up unable to move, open my eyes or talk,  but I could hear everything going on. For many nights I panicked when it was time to sleep that it would happen  again. 

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