I think I've researched all I can about the things that have happened to me. To begin, I can remember having just little things happening to me from when I was little, shaking of the bed only stopping if I would tell it to, hearing voices that I would play games with, seeing things in the dark out of the window. Until now I sort of just brushed them off as my imagination. The past 2 years or so thing have become a bit more weird then that. I'll think of a simple question, like "Will he call in?" and hear an answer of "before 11" and boom there's the phone ringing.
I also see things out of the corner of my eye that actually have faces. I can close my eyes and see faces of people asking for help most of the time.
So far I've almost gotten used to it. I've tried to ask question or see if there was some way I could help and they would just disappear. But the past couple of months have become more intense. I feel like I'm being watched almost 24/7 and have thoughts or feel feelings that I know aren't mine. I've cried out of no where for no reason and then I'll just stop. And that happens with laughing or any other emotion too.
The thing that got to me the worst though, last week my boyfriend took me into this abandoned house next to his grandfather to just take a look inside at all the antiques and things like that. We started on the first floor and went to the second. I was walking around and felt completely fine until we walked in to what seemed to be the second bedroom. I felt something behind me for a second then I kind of go blank. I remember me legs go very shaky and I was dizzy, but I couldn't tell you exactly what I thought or if I even said anything. I would say I almost blacked out except for I remember watching myself walking around. It's almost like for that point in time I was on auto pilot. I'm not sure if something scared me so bad that I blocked it out (but that's a long shot since my boyfriend and his grandfather were with me and they didn't even notice I was going through anything) or if something else was in my head. Really, I'm not sure at all maybe this all makes sense if someone can help explain it that would be great.