20 Of The Most Terrifying Accounts Of Sleep Paralysis Ever Recorded

4. Not Quite Dead

I’d just come out of a dream where I’d murdered a guy and tried to dissolve him with caustic soda. He was wrapped in plastic under my bed but started to thrash around, I’d apparently tried to melt him before he was quite dead. As everyone one else here says, I was locked in place, unable to speak or move and it was a truly horrible, frightening experience. I’ve only had it twice and while I’m glad I experienced it, twice was fine, thanks.

β€”DoolanYaPrick

5. A Goblin From The Window

I’ve been suffering from Sleep Paralysis on a regular basis for almost the past 3 years. Usually 1 or 2 times a week at the moment (it was much worse in the beginning)

Most of the time I see someone in a corner of the room coming slowly toward me, or even some kind of goblin/falmer-like creature climbing from the window to get into the room.

The scariest hallucination was one time when I fell asleep on the couch and woke up in some sort of forest. There was a white-ish mist and dark trees everywhere, and there was something breathing heavily behind me. Couldn’t do anything of course, thought I was tied up or something.

Upon really waking up I realized that the “trees” I was seeing were folds on the couch and the white mist were light reflections from the computer. (I fell asleep facing the couch, computer behind me on a stool) Shit was terrifying.

β€”Bigby11

6. Double Inception

It was scary. I had this episode about 4 months ago where I realized that I was dreaming a.k.a lucid dreaming. I was standing at the edge of a cliff and having watched inception, I jumped off it to wake myself up. It seemed to have worked and I was in my bed. Only this time, I could not move one bit and I felt as if I was choking, not able to breathe as if something really heavy was placed on my chest. I wanted to scream to my dad who was lying just beside me but I just couldn’t. About 2 minutes into this torture, I woke up.

β€”alex9509

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