Graveyard Shift 21 People Describe Creepy Experiences That Made Them Believe In The Supernatural  

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Believing in the paranormal does not necessarily come easily, but just one instance could change any disbeliever’s mind. The universe thrives on chaos, and thus the inexplicable can always be possible. That being said, even with the proof available to us these days, it can be difficult to truly put faith in the unexplainable. But, many-a-believer can tell the exact moment they changed their tune, usually in response to an impossible occurrence that they were lucky, or unlucky, enough to witness firsthand.

These telling tales describe that exact moment, all via the folks at Reddit. Some people heard unusual noises, others witnessed things that weren't just a coincidence, and one even predicted the future. Either way, the horror stories here illustrate what it takes to go from one extreme to another when it comes to the supernatural. 

Co-worker Felt His Twin Dying


I worked with a guy who was a twin. (I'll call him "X") One day, I see him at work, and he's absolutely pale. I ask him what's wrong, and he tells me he thinks he's having an allergic reaction because if feels like his throat is swollen and he can't breath. I tell him if he wants, I'll take him to the hospital. He says "I might take you up on that. I feel like I'm going to pass out." But after a bit, he's feeling better, so we just go back to work.

Next day, he's off work. I ask a co-worker if X is sick, if he did have an allergic reaction. He says "No, X called in. X's twin brother died yesterday." And yes, before you ask, his twin brother had died of suffocation.

I don't believe in the supernatural. But this was such an amazing coincidence, it really did put a shadow of doubt in my mind.

The Temperature Dropped In The House


When I was younger we would go 'ghost hunting.' We never really expected to see anything, but Ohio is known to have a plethora of supposedly haunted venues.

One night we went out to a dilapidated old house that was allegedly haunted. We poked around a bit, and filmed while we were doing it. Nothing real exciting until we went to check out the locked-up machine building out back. This is where it got freaky.

As we were walking out to it, we noticed at least 10 'do not enter' signs posted, as well as just how well-sealed the shop was. The doors were barred, chained, nailed, and welded shut. Instantly the temperature around us dropped, and we could see our breath. It was a 70 degree night in the height of summer. We all got this strange feeling of something 'dark' pushing us away from the shop. We proceeded to get the hell out of there.

Later, reviewing our footage we confirmed you could see our breath. You could see the instant it happened. All three people and the camera person stopped dead in their tracks at the exact same time.

I've been to a lot of 'haunted' places, and this is the only thing that's made me a believer with first-hand experience.

A Quickly Moving Light


When one of my friends died suddenly, a bunch of us gathered at his house to mourn him and comfort each other. A few of us were sitting outside on the porch, and probably two-or-three other people and myself looked up at the sky. A rather large, bright light was moving towards us at a very rapid rate. One of them shouted "Look at that light!" and as we kept looking, the light suddenly veered rapidly to the left and, even though it was still as large as when we originally saw it, it disappeared completely.

Super odd, and it could not have been a satellite, plane, or shooting star from what I've witnessed in the past.

Two Very Weird Experiences


I've had two experiences. The first can be corroborated by four other people. The second, well, I could have just been hallucinating.

First story takes place during my freshman year in college. I get in bed when I hear my roommate say "Uhh, look at the ceiling." 

Six green, glowing hand prints are staggered across the ceiling like someone crawled over the ceiling. They were huge hand prints too. We run out of the room and get our neighbors. We tell them we think we're being haunted, and are immediately called out as trying to trick them. We hit the lights and show them the hand prints. I go to turn the light back on once we're done observing, and three more hand prints are now on the wall. They're continuing the "crawl" towards to light switch.

We're freaked out at this point and grab wet cloths to remove the hand prints. And the washing seems to work. They're gone once we're done with wiping down the ceiling and walls. We discuss how weird it was then decide to see if the hand prints are still gone. We hit the lights again, and now all nine hand prints are back, plus six more that now appeared on the ceiling above the bunk bed two of my friends were sitting on. We couldn't get the hand prints to go away that night. We fell asleep in the room with the hand prints there. I slept soundly though the night, which I also consider pretty odd considering the circumstances.

Second story, I'm 22-years-old and home on winter break from college. I wake up in the middle of the night and see that someone is in my room. My eyes are adjusting to the darkness so I could make out it was a woman. I assume it's my mom and ask her what she's doing. I get no response.

Now I start getting very worried. I ask again, no response. My eyes keep adjusting to the darkness. It's a woman in a white nightgown standing three-to-four feet from my bed. I keep looking at the figure. Now I notice that it's a girl, maybe 14-years-old, just standing there. I notice her eyes are fixed on me as she's slowing rotating to her left and her head is cocked on her shoulder. Then I realize it's as if she's hanging from the ceiling and staring at me as she's slowly rotating.

Yes, I know this sounds crazy and I was well aware of it at the time. I told myself this is a waking dream and it's not happening at all. I made myself stay there and stare back at her knowing it would go away. I could do this for only about five more seconds (probably a lot less in reality, seemed like more), before I busted into my parents room in my boxers at three in the morning screaming about ghosts.

That's right, a 22-year-old wearing nothing but his boxers screaming to his parents that there are ghosts in his room. Of course, nothing was there once we went back to the room. This was most likely a waking dream. But man, I was staring at the figure for a long time telling myself it was all in my head. That figure still stayed there until I couldn't take it anymore.