Doesn't always happen, but it freaks me out when it does. Different people feel different things around ghosts. A "bad vibe" feeling (in the form of goosebumps, increased heartbeat) is commonly felt in areas where negative emotionally-charged events have happened—such as death, car accidents, battle wounds, or suicide.
For some unknown reason, my heart will start racing, making it hard for me to breathe. This happens when I come up on this area and I'm fine after I pass it. Most people can sense—on some level—energy that is from the surrounding environment.
When I tried to wake my husband, my whole body was lame and I couldnt move, no matter how hard I tried.
When I tried to call my husband, no sound came out of my mouth.
I don't know long this whole feeling stayed, but it eventually went away. Don't worry — what you experienced is pretty normal.
It happens at night — the last time it happened to me was about 10 years ago, and all of a sudden it happened two days ago again.
Michelle is right on the money when she says everyone can sense spirits to a certain extent.
A study funded by the CIA in the early 70's, run by Hal Puthoff and Ingo Swann, scientifically studied the ability of "remote viewing".
I'll see if I can locate any online info regarding these studies for anyone who is interested in reading about it more extensively. Yes, the studies on "remote viewing," and the CIA-sponsored ESP/psychic spying program (called Stargate) are fascinating. My boyfriend and I have split up, and my best friend is in hospital with a mass in his brain.
There is an organization located about 30 minutes from me called The Rhine Research Center. I think someone is with me on this difficult time, or someone is trying to tell me that something is going to happen.
So, why do some people feel in the presence of paranormal activity?