Imagine that you’re in a deep sleep, when suddenly the bed feels like it moved, you open your eyes and the spirit of someone you don’t recognize is leaning over your bed looking into your eyes–a actual entity. This has happened to me dozens of times. Some of them I recognize but there are many of them, I don’t. Needless to say, it takes my breath away. Several years ago, there was an old woman in my room. About ninety years old, she had white violet hair, a very tight perm and was very short and stout. I did not know this woman but she appeared harmless. She did startle me by leaning over my bed and just staring at me. When I was pregnant with my son Jordan, I felt someone, who I thought was my husband sit down on my bed. When I opened my eyes I saw this woman of Eastern Indian descent. She was quite angelic and wore a teal and white scarf over her head and a sari that matched. I sat up and started screaming. Not so much because I was scared but because I was taken by surprise. My husband barged into the bedroom. When the light peered in through the doorway she faded away. There have been scary experiences as well. I was sleeping on the couch in my living room when I was awakened by a humming noise. I saw a black funnel forming to the side of my head. I tried to get up but I couldn’t move and was scared to death. I was actually paralyzed. I couldn’t talk, scream or move a muscle. Time slipped by. It may have been a second or minutes but when I was able to move, I ran up the stairs like a bat out of hell in to my bedroom. I slept with one eye open the rest of that evening. I’m not sure why these things happen. I’ve adjusted to life as it is. My husband used to call me crazy until just a few years ago when I had three huge angelic orbs swirling around over my head. I wasn’t afraid this time, mainly because my husband was next to me. He rolled over and asked me, “What were those glowing lights over your head?” I told him it was three angels. He said, “ Oh really,” and rolled over like it was nothing and fell back to sleep.