Invisible visitor... What do you think?

@zendre (23)
Hungary
November 15, 2009 5:43pm CST
Once, in the middle of the night I woke up for some reason. I changed my position and turned toward the wall and there was the suprise, I hardly ever forget in my life. There was a man laying beside me and smiling at me. He was white and a little bit transparent but I could see him clearly. This story could be in a bad thriller movie but it was real and I was really scared and first I couldn't do anything. After a few seconds I cried for my parents. They came and of course they found nobody in my room. I was 4 years old. We hadn't got television and of course I didn't see any horror movie:) I don't know what/who could that be but there was something, I'm sure. After 29 years later I still remember that smiling face. What do you think about? Is there anybody here, who saw something like that?
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@Pose123 (21662)
• Canada
16 Nov 09
Hi zendre, Since you were just 4 years old, I'm sure that most people would say that it was only a dream or that you imagined it. It also happens to adults and most people tell them the same thing. I cannot answer you one way or another as to whether there was someone there or not, but I know there is much that we can't explain. Blessings.
@zendre (23)
• Hungary
16 Nov 09
Hello Pose, You are right, most people really said that it could be nothing else just dream. People are afraid of paranormal and it's easier to deny it. But why is this the only bad dream I can remember from my childhood? Or maybe it wasn't so bad because I felt if he was guarding me or something like that.
@laydee (12811)
• Philippines
15 Nov 09
That usually happens to people who are living in the rural areas. These happened to my brothers and other relatives. I have never encountered any of these but I guess I'm just one of the lucky ones. It's real of course, but it can never be explained.
@zendre (23)
• Hungary
16 Nov 09
I don't know who are lucky, those people who have seen things like this or who haven't. It's good to hear about your brothers, at least I don't feel lonely :)