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An anonymous submission to deep dark fears.

Spooky anecdote:

I’ve had something very similar happen.

This is a while back, and the girl I was dating was staying over for the night. The next morning she wakes me up and god, she looks awful. Pale, won’t meet my eyes, so I ask what’s up, thinking that maybe I like, did something gross in my sleep or called out an ex’s name while sleeping or something.

She told me that no, she’d woken up because she felt something was wrong, and when she looked over at me, she could see me sleeping there, on my side, but also me, sitting up in bed and staring at her with “my” eyes open and this rictus smile on my face. But she said that this second me felt wrong, and the way she described it was,

"It looked like you, but not. Little details were off—your beauty mark was on the wrong side. It was like something had tried to make a Tabi-suit, but hadn’t quite managed it. And it felt wrong, really wrong, and it kept smiling at me."

Apparently, she lay back down, and pulled the covers over her head, and didn’t look again until dawn, at which point she woke me up to tell me.

Weirdly enough, that relationship didn’t last much longer, and she never stayed the night again.

OMFG I have always been terrified of the people I love not being the people I love. I don’t believe in demons or possession but it has still always terrified me. I know it’s more about the fear behind how mental illness can so drastically change you into something entirely different, most of the time not dangerous of course but sometimes, yes.

Anyway, I’ve been scared of my own son when he would sleepwalk as a toddler, sitting up suddenly in his bed, like shoot RIGHT up and turn his head and stare at me. Sometimes he would giggle or babble super fast. I’ve been terrified when my partner has turned to me in his sleep, prop himself up on his elbow and grin at me, even chuckling on a few occasions. Both if their eyes had been open during these episodes. I think my partner has done this about seven times in the last 11 years.
These fucking people, man.

Look, I’m not saying your family is haunted…

But they’re probably haunted.

I can’t watch scary movies with people I don’t trust for fear that I’ll look over and they’ll be possessed or monstrous in some way.

So fucking creeoy

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