New poster, long time lurker here.
Some day I will put together my interesting experiences to share. I have many questions, but will get to that another time.
For the last 4 years, my husband wakes in the morning with claw marks on his back, belly, legs and torso area. It occurs maybe once every few months, sometimes more than once in a week. It happened again last night. We do have two large dogs and one cat that all sleep with us most nights, but the claw marks do not fit the little paws of the cat and are too small for the large dog feet. Sometimes it will be a series of claw marks in a row, and sometimes it is just a few. They do not go in all directions, but are not perfectly lined up either. They could still be from the pets somehow I suppose, so just to test we have decided to not allow them to sleep with us anymore to see if it happens still.
Can anyone shed any light on this? Anyone pick up any vibes from me? This has NEVER happened to me. We do not live in an old home and have never (knowingly) called upon anything evil in any way. We are both fascinated by paranormal phenomena, but do not perform any kind of attempts at communication with spirits, etc. We mainly enjoy reading about experiences and watching television shows such as Paranormal State. We did stay a night at a 'Haunted Hotel', the Jerome Grand Hotel here in AZ. This has been occurring long before that stay, however, and we did not have any unusual experiences there at all.
I personally do pray for us and for our friends and family. I am not religious, to me, I am sending positive energy. I sometimes ask questions out loud or in my mind wondering about any spirit guides, etc., but never have been able to pick up on anything. We are both generally very positive people who love our families and friends and always help them in any way. We do both have backgrounds in depression and both our families have alcoholism issues. My husband is an alcoholic as far as we can tell, if those details have any bearing on getting to the bottom of this.
Thank you all for your time.