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Old 04-30-2012, 12:34 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by SeventySeven View Post
One of mine.
A couple years back i moved in with a girlfriend of mine. One night i awoke to a "shimmering shadow" looming over top of me i was paralyzed and unable to move, i felt terrified i kept opening and closing my eyes until the feeling passed and the shadow was gone. My girlfriend was awakened when i shot up out of bed, i told her what happened and i always wondered if she thought i was nuts.
In these situations you need to exhaust all natural things, before elevating to paranormal event.

It is possible that you were still in a state of sleep paralysis, but partially awake from a dream. This is actually a fairly common event.

It is just one possible explanation. Had you considered that before?
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