The nagging feeling that you’ve been followed, unexplained shadows and noises, or sudden drops in temperature are all signs that you may be hosting a paranormal visitor.
Have you ever got this nagging feeling that you’re not truly alone whenever you sit by yourself in a room? Or do you constantly see things out of the corner of your eye that disappear the second you whip your head around? There seems to be a heavy pall around you wherever you go, and friends have noticed that you’ve lost your spark, even when you feel perfectly chirpy.
Do you suddenly feel a chill in oppressive weather and find yourself pulling your jacket tighter and huddling for warmth while every around you seems to be struggling with the heat? Or do you sometimes hear voices or see things that you believe were a figment of your imagination? If you’ve experienced a few of these signs in the past few weeks, don’t take them lightly because there is a high possibility that you’re being followed by a ghost.
Not everyone believes in the supernatural, and there is little more than anecdotal evidence and a few experiments with temperature and pressure gauges and unexplained phenomena caught on camera to support the existence of the supernatural. Despite that, there is an overwhelming number of unexplained encounters and miraculous incidents that can only be attributed to something stranger than normal, or the paranormal.
Even if you question the existence of otherworldly beings, there are certain things that have still not been explained by science. Maybe our scientific knowledge is inadequate to measure these phenomena, or maybe the brain is capable of far more than we give it credit for, but there are certain undeniable incidents that have been confirmed by multiple eyewitnesses that leave even the most skeptical critics baffled.
Which is why it’s better to be safe than sorry if you feel like you’re experiencing a paranormal phenomenon. It’s advisable to consult a professional who can help you put a name to and deal with these uncertain feelings, especially if you’ve had one of the following experiences:
1. You’ve often felt something blow past you
You may have heard the faintest whisper in your ear as an unexplained breeze blew past you in a closed room, or you may have had a gust of wind hurtle into you and rattle the doors and windows of your house and make things move. If this has happened multiple times in even the calmest weather, then it’s time to sit up and take notice.
2. You have this nagging feeling that you’re not alone
Every time you sit by yourself listening to music, reading a book, or watching TV, you get the strangest feeling that there’s someone in the room with you. You can’t shake the feeling of someone or something peering over your shoulder or watching you. The hairs on the back of your neck rise, or you get unexplained goosebumps at the feeling of someone standing very close to you, but you can see nothing.