I think I was abducted/u/skinnymilly

The Paranormal | January 25, 2023

I think I was abducted/u/skinnymilly

So this happened about three years ago during peak Covid and quarantine. I still think back on it a lot..trying to rationalize what happened. Most I could have written off as night terrors except for one detail that I still can’t explain.

It was a typical night for me. Done with work (I worked from home) I finished my nighttime routine and laid down on my back in my bed. Soon I was fast asleep. Now I do suffer from the occasional night terrors but something about this time felt different.

If you’ve ever gotten night terrors you know the standard. Your frozen in bed while something is looming over you, getting closer, overall a feeling of terror and lack of control. But this wasn’t that. I remember kind of waking up in the middle of night to the feeling of being weightless, like I was floating. I stared up at my ceiling and it kept getting slowly closer, that’s when I realized I was floating. But I remember feeling oddly relaxed about it all…

I floated up to the ceiling and then through it. Now it was pitch black, I wasn’t able to make out anything but what looked like a human skull floating over me. As I focused more on this skull is when my freak out began. Because it wasn’t a skull, it was a giant alien head. I knew it was an alien because it had your standard alien features. It’s skin was blue and it’s face gaunt. Two huge eyes protruded from the biggest head you’ve ever seen. Like it’s head was the size of my entire torso. Anyway, as soon it saw the look of realization hit my face it picked me up like a baby and puts it’s mouth on belly button, kind of like how you do to babies to make them giggle. I felt no ill intent and it seemed to be enjoying itself. The blowing didn’t last too long as I began to try to hit its head with my fists during my freak out.

Then, I woke up. It was morning and this is the one detail I still can’t explain. I had grown accustomed to setting my alarm 30 min before I was required to clock in. So I would get up at 8:30 before 9:00 clock in. Just enough time to brush my teeth and have some breakfast. I had been doing this for a while and could time it pretty well if say, for example, I was doing something where I couldn’t watch the clock, my body knew how much time I had left before clocking in.

So my alarm goes off and for whatever reason and do my usual practice of starting up my laptop. My phone said 8:35 but when I turned on my laptop it was showing 8:50. That would mean I only had 10 minutes. I thought maybe it was just a glitch in the laptop and decided to wait 10 minutes to see if anyone would clock in. If it was just a laptop delay than no one would clock in and my phone was right. Except everybody did. That’s when I realized my phone was actually behind about 20 minutes…like it had stopped for a while at some point during the night. So I clock in and check my phone again after an hour or so and realized my phone time matched my laptop’s, Like it caught up 20 minutes somehow. That’s the detail that doesn’t sit well with me. My phone had always been my accurate alarm, it never did this before, and even though what happened was still kind of blurry to me, it seemed odd that my phone’s time would stop after what happened that night. I dunno I try not to read too much in to it cuz it creeps me out. If anyone has any idea as to what could have happened I would greatly appreciate the breath of relief it would give.

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[link] [comments]So this happened about three years ago during peak Covid and quarantine. I still think back on it a lot..trying to rationalize what happened. Most I could have written off as night terrors except for one detail that I still can’t explain. It was a typical night for me. Done with work (I worked from home) I finished my nighttime routine and laid down on my back in my bed. Soon I was fast asleep. Now I do suffer from the occasional night terrors but something about this time felt different. If you’ve ever gotten night terrors you know the standard. Your frozen in bed while something is looming over you, getting closer, overall a feeling of terror and lack of control. But this wasn’t that. I remember kind of waking up in the middle of night to the feeling of being weightless, like I was floating. I stared up at my ceiling and it kept getting slowly closer, that’s when I realized I was floating. But I remember feeling oddly relaxed about it all… I floated up to the ceiling and then through it. Now it was pitch black, I wasn’t able to make out anything but what looked like a human skull floating over me. As I focused more on this skull is when my freak out began. Because it wasn’t a skull, it was a giant alien head. I knew it was an alien because it had your standard alien features. It’s skin was blue and it’s face gaunt. Two huge eyes protruded from the biggest head you’ve ever seen. Like it’s head was the size of my entire torso. Anyway, as soon it saw the look of realization hit my face it picked me up like a baby and puts it’s mouth on belly button, kind of like how you do to babies to make them giggle. I felt no ill intent and it seemed to be enjoying itself. The blowing didn’t last too long as I began to try to hit its head with my fists during my freak out. Then, I woke up. It was morning and this is the one detail I still can’t explain. I had grown accustomed to setting my alarm 30 min before I was required to clock in. So I would get up at 8:30 before 9:00 clock in. Just enough time to brush my teeth and have some breakfast. I had been doing this for a while and could time it pretty well if say, for example, I was doing something where I couldn’t watch the clock, my body knew how much time I had left before clocking in. So my alarm goes off and for whatever reason and do my usual practice of starting up my laptop. My phone said 8:35 but when I turned on my laptop it was showing 8:50. That would mean I only had 10 minutes. I thought maybe it was just a glitch in the laptop and decided to wait 10 minutes to see if anyone would clock in. If it was just a laptop delay than no one would clock in and my phone was right. Except everybody did. That’s when I realized my phone was actually behind about 20 minutes…like it had stopped for a while at some point during the night. So I clock in and check my phone again after an hour or so and realized my phone time matched my laptop’s, Like it caught up 20 minutes somehow. That’s the detail that doesn’t sit well with me. My phone had always been my accurate alarm, it never did this before, and even though what happened was still kind of blurry to me, it seemed odd that my phone’s time would stop after what happened that night. I dunno I try not to read too much in to it cuz it creeps me out. If anyone has any idea as to what could have happened I would greatly appreciate the breath of relief it would give. submitted by /u/skinnymilly [link] [comments]

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