Do paranormal prowlers visit your home at night while you sleep?
You need not find yourself in the middle of nowhere one night to surprise nonhuman entities at work. Just wake up at just the right time. Presto! There they are! Men, women, and children everywhere awaken to discover that we are not alone.
Who are these mysterious beings? What do they want?
Writing in the June 1969 issue of MALE magazine, author John A. Keel gave these enigmatic paranormal prowlers a titillating moniker… THE BEDROOM INVADERS.
“Did you ever wake up in the middle of the night with the distinct feeling that someone or something was standing in your bedroom, staring at you in the darkness?” Keel asks, and then informs his readers that “Many people have had this uneasy experience, and those mysterious intruders have proven to be not burglars but bizarre entities who can appear and disappear like ‘ghosts.’ They are, in fact, the basis for many chilling ghost stories… Strange, unidentified persons of unusual stature and appearance have been popping up all over the United States – and all over the world – in recent years.”
Nothing has changed.
Almost every culture throughout history has had tales of bizarre beings that terrify vulnerable humans at night. Medical science today uses two words to debunk modern nocturnal experiences with the unknown in the home… sleep paralysis.
For over a year now, I have immersed myself nonstop in the investigation and research of these encounters. This has resulted in the publication of “It’s NOT Sleep Paralysis! The Global Nightmare of Nonhuman Intruders” and the launch of my Nonhuman Intruder Project. This initial study compares the classic symptoms of Awareness during Sleep Paralysis or ASP with eighty worldwide cases of home invasion by paranormal prowlers. These eyewitness accounts are evenly divided between domestic (USA) and foreign locations to compare the possible impact of cultural differences. Encounters span the years 1914 to 2011 to explore parallels and variations. The symptoms of Awareness during Sleep Paralysis clearly negate ASP as a blanket explanation for these paranormal prowlers.
Certain very distinct patterns in these encounters stand out. Time and again, the entities seem quite surprised when one of us awakens. When discovered, the intruders may retreat through walls or vanish in plain sight. In more than sixty percent of these eighty cases, however, the primary witness inexplicably fell asleep, was told to sleep or was compelled to sleep. This is “the knockout.”
I worry that valuable information is being lost when genuine encounters with nonhuman intruders are dismissed as Awareness during Sleep Paralysis hallucinations by eyewitnesses who are comforted by this advice, whether this counsel originates with the medical community or comes from a book or website on sleep paralysis. It is less upsetting to believe that it was all just a dream, rather than confront the fact that these entities can violate our homes with impunity.
How often do these nonhuman intruders carry out their agenda in your home while you slumber peacefully in your bed?
Where do we go from here?
These incidents merit immediate and serious study.
If you are a victim of paranormal home invasion, only you can supply the information necessary for this important research. You can remain anonymous and still report your encounter.
Please visit my Nonhuman Intruder Project to report your visitation.