Since I was about 10 I can remember things that I cannot explain happening. I believe the house I grew up in had a poltergeist or some sort of spirit living with us. I started noticing things moving around and I could hear voices. I thought I was crazy and told my mom, but since I was just a little kid she dismissed it. I have taken so many medications for ADD, ODD, ADHD, depression and all sorts of stuff it's unimaginable.
I decided to stop telling my parents about the occurrences because they just dismissed it. After we moved into my new house the same things kept happening so I guessed something followed me. It was then that I discovered I could interact with some of them. It wasn't just one, but many. To this day, something is still with me, but I'm not sure what.
I have dreams about real life events and they come true over a period of time. I also daydream about meeting people and things that happen and they also happen. It was scary at first, but I have now become accustomed to it.
Several times when I have been to historical sites or places that have had something major happen I can see what has happened. It scared me the first time. I closed my eyes and saw several slaves in a house with their master beating them. In the back, an Indian was making pottery. I noticed a neat design on the pottery and then the vision stopped. The next day we were digging (it was an archeological dig for boy scouts) and one of my friends found a piece of pottery. I recognized it as the piece that the Indian was making. I described what I though had happened to one of the instructors and they said that this had been an old plantation and there was in fact a few slave houses in the area.
Later that summer they dug up part of the foundation to an old house. A few other times something like this has happened also. Several times I have seen visions of a random spirit like a daydream or something. I can't stop them and it is confusing me. I can sense people's emotions many times and they wonder how I know. I have no explanation. I do believe in ghosts and psychics, but am not sure what to think about my experiences.
Many times I will dream of something coming to me and wake up in a sweat. In the house I grew up in, I saw a demon in my sleep one time. It was just a figure that is indescribable. It has so many forms all at one time that you just have to have seen it to know what it is like. When I saw it, it just stared at me and I could not move. I started to sweat and got a tingling sensation all over.
Every once in a while my head will go numb and the left or right back side (depending) of my head will feel like someone just hit me with a hammer and held a heat gun up to my brain. My ears will all of the sudden start to ring with a high pitched tone that I cannot get out of my head and I can all of the sudden hear things that no one else can. Sometimes I will think my mom has said something when she hasn't, but she will ask why I thought she said that. I will tell her I just heard her say it and she will say she was thinking it, but did not actually say it.
Many times when I dream If I realize I am dreaming I can control the dream however I like, but sometimes when I try I wake up. In my old house I kept seeing a man dressed in a black suit and top hat. I still see him every once in a while and now I am seeing visions of spirits. They are not completely clear, but just enough to make out like they are made of smoke or something.
Recently, I have started hearing a middle aged man whisper to me and the only thing he says are "hey" as if he is trying to get me to come over to where the voice is and he will say my full name. I am not quite sure what is going on as far as being psychic or anything, but I would very much like some answers. It is becoming rather tiresome because I cannot sleep at night any more. Not because I am scared, but because I just can't get to sleep and when I do I know what is going on the whole time I am asleep. Help would be extremely appreciated and if anyone lives in Alabama and is willing to meet and explain I would be very grateful.