SPINE-CHILLING: 17 People Describe The Creepiest Unexplained Thing That Ever Happened To Them

17. There is what I describe as the absence of light in the shape of a human, walking toward me, but on the outside of the wall.

“When I was 15, my best friend went to see his pastor uncle out on the East Coast, and came back with quite a tale. He had been exorcised of many different demons. This is not that story, but my own. After his experience, he told me all about it and prayed that I experience something similar. So one night I was standing outside smoking a cigarette, and I had this epiphany. I was going to witness the end of the world, and I needed to be a physically and mentally prepared soldier to help people in the end of times. As I am having this thought, something in my head said, ‘No you are not.’ Like a voice that was not mine. And right at that moment I realized something was standing inside of me, and I proclaimed, Yes, I am! And what I felt was like someone stepping outside of my body and going behind me. I freaked out and ran inside. So I am sitting in my living room by myself freaked out, and the phone rings. I answer and there is this Roar wiz evil sounding non-English crap on the phone. I hung up, threw the phone, then ran to my room. Then I am just sitting in my room praying, and I felt a good presence surround me. After a minute or two, I look up at my wall. There is what I describe as the absence of light in the shape of a human, walking toward me, but on the outside of the wall. Like it couldn’t enter the room, but I could somehow see it through the wall. It was as if you drew an outline around someone, then on the inside its just dark. So dark, it’s the absence of light. At this point I freak out again and run into my brother’s room and just sit there paralyzed. This is the only time I have seen or felt anything like this. I am not super religious, but this surely has affected my views on religion.”

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