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Burning frankincense or buhkhur (Arabic special incense) reaaaally helps. Wards off evil and straggling spirits

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1- You do realize that cameras usually make it worse !!??!! Have you learned NOTHING from watching those types of movies ?!

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This has happened to me several times except I've seen my mom twice when she was somewhere else. Creepiest thing I've ever witnessed. I saw her in our garage so I put on my shoes and went out there and she wasn't anymore. She had been sleeping in her bed.

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Maybe it's the homunculus Pride from Fullmetal Alchemist :D But that would be pretty damn frightening, too.

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You're gonna need some salt, something made of iron, and someone to drive to the cemetery with a shovel, more salt, and accelerant.

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This is the one rule you learn from horror movies. If you see something scary, DON'T FOLLOW IT. That's asking to die

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This is actually true. I once thought the same thing as OP, and was super freaked out about it. After multiple times of this happening I realised it was just my own shadow. What a relief.

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One time while driving home at around 3 in the morning I kept seeing someone in my back seat with my rear view mirror. I kept telling myself it was the side of my face in the reflection but my mind was playing crazy tricks on me. Worst drive of my life.

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That's for damn sure. I had a shadow dog in my bedroom before. He'd walk up and smell me, climb in bed, and lay down beside me. The freakiest shit was when he'd get on the bed I'd feel the weight of him, and when I reached out to pet him I felt small traces of hair, while my hand went through him. I was spooked at first, but he was a nice shadow dog. Embrace it, OP, it's actually fun to play along sometimes. Just remember, they can't hurt you

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#56 - Honestly, that sounds pretty awesome. I'm not fully sure if I've also had experiences with shadows at night like that or if it was just dreams, but it really isn't bad.

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Actually they can harm you, I once lived in a house where if you lied down (it only happened in my bedroom) it would feel as if a person got on top of you and would start to choke you, need less to say my family and I moved out.

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Well that's creepy stuff. But, I think it's just your imagination no matter how real it feels. I guess you eventually get used to it if it keeps happening again.

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You're actually supposed to stay away from shadow people. They are believed to be demonic and can actually hurt you. Most of the time ghosts are harmless. Shadow people are a completely different story.

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Yes, your eyes can play tricks on you making you see shadows or movement. Full on children? I'm not so sure.

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#77 a similar thing happened to my boyfriends mum when they was staying in Spain, she felt like something was pinning her to the bed

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When I lived in the dorms at university I had that happen one night, woke up with bruises on my throat that could only of happened from someone else choking me.

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196 that's exactly what happened to me but to make it worse it happened anytime of the day you would lie down and it didn't matter if you were awake or not.

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#77 #206 http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sleep_paralysis, maybe this helps? I have it like 80% of the time when i am stressed out!

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218, that explains the feeling of being choked, but not the bruises. Something similar happened to me once. I used to wake up with bruises in the shape of hands on my arms and legs. I even woke up one day with X's scratched into my knuckles. Turns out I was doing it to myself in my sleep because of all the stress from school.

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#182 It's a Doctor Who episode with "Captain Jack" from WWII England (think that was the war...)

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