Guest blogger: Chammi (14) relates a night visitation experience.

Hello, I am Chammi. I am a guest blogger.

Renae is my aunt and is spending time with family, and asked me to do her blog.

I was sleeping soundly one night, and woke up feeling as if something was watching me. I hadn’t quite woken enough to open my eyes yet, but when I did I was startled. There was a young female standing there with one hand outstretched towards my cheek.

She had very long silky hair, a very dark shade of brown. She was wearing a night gown of sorts, lined lace trim. Her eyes were puffy and red as if she had been crying for days. She moved slow and mechanically out the door, not bothering to open it. I figured I had been dreaming and wouldn’t remember it in the morning so I shrugged it off and went back to bed. I knew that it couldn’t have been a dream, for when I awoke I still had it burned to memory.


5 Comments on “Guest blogger: Chammi (14) relates a night visitation experience.”

  1. I used to not believe in paranormal activity. Then I had a few experiences of my own that couldn’t be explained. My stance now is that we humans only know part of the story. Thanks for sharing your experience. Your aunt was lucky to snag you as a guest blogger!

  2. kat says:

    Wow. I’ve never had a paranormal experience. Keeping an open mind, though, so maybe one day . . . just hope I won’t freak out too much.

    • Good for you. I believe that the paranormal is most frightening when you are resistant to the very idea. When you believe in possibilities, then you can remember to breathe and pay attention to what’s going on. And don’t we all want to experience a bit of mystery now and then?

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