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Meeting the Grim Rea
2016-02-08 16:15:12 Post No. 17333205
Meeting the Grim Rea
Post No. 17333205
Had an experience a few years back now.. Something I've posted on here before and most people told me that it's impossible..
After reading a LOT of threads on forums/websites, I've come back to ask again.. Has anyone experienced something like this?
I took a lot of (apparently great) MDMA (around 0.5g) at a house party. I got home and passed out around 9am. I woke up at 11:30am and turned on my computer screen as I'd passed out in my computer chair. I saw something move in my left peripheral when I woke, turned to it and it stopped moving (it was my black blanket on my bed). I then turned back to my screen and my blanket moved again. This time I turned and it didn't stop moving. I walked over to my bed a few feet away and leaned over into my blanket. I saw a pale white human neck just appear out of nowhere, the top of the head covered by a black hood stitched together with scruffy worn out material. I jumped back and called out whoever (or whatever) was in my bed and asked how it got in my room. It rose and propped itself up against my bedroom wall. All I can describe it as was the Grim Reaper itself. It was demonic looking, with eyes that seemed to look through me as it stared into my eyes. I could describe every detail even now of what happened, I still remember it having no mouth but a sort of flesh sleeve attached to it's jaw that it seemed to feed itself with. This whole experience lasted 30-45 minutes and whenever I looked away and looked back it was still there. Eventually I managed to leave the room and banged on my neighbours door shouting that someone was in my room and that they'd broken in. My neighbour came in and it was gone.
Demon visited me on high doses of MDMA/MDA. Lasted strangely long for a hallucinogenic trip just off MDMA/MDA. Anyone had a similar/same experience?
Pic related, closest thing I could find to the eyes that stared back at me for 30-45 minutes straight without breaking eye contact.