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Seeing Shadows Of Birds In The Dark


So I've always been scared of the dark to. Why? Because if I keep my eyes open long enough I can see those moving shadows.

We have recently moved into a new home and we've been there for a few months. And I've never had such a strong feeling that I am not alone in a home before.

Anyway when I go to sleep I've been so curious lately I keep my eyes open and I see this big hovering mass above my bed and its only in the corner because I've moved my bed a few times and it stays in the corner.

Also, I see the moving shadows and they're not human figures. They're big birds. Like hawks or owls I'm not sure but they're flying everywhere like vultures. For some reason I get the feeling that they're owls.

A couple of years back by husband and I were driving through my dad's neighborhood and there was an owl in broad daylight standing directly in the center of the road just looking our way. We were like what the hell? So after all this time has passed I haven't thought much about it until we have moved into this house. And there is an owl hanging around our home. He perches on the corner of our house, which is a trailer.

I want to say its creepy but I'm beginning to become more curious. I've been seeing shadows forever and they have been nothing but blobs until now. Does anyone have any ideas?

I remember when I was about 3 or 4. I know likely that I remember this but It was such an odd occurrence that I do. I was walking into the kitchen in our apartment to throw away a banana peel when I saw two men standing in the kitchen facing toward me looking at me directly. One was dressed in black the other in white. I turned around to look for my mom because I was like do we have people over? And I looked back and they were gone. I chose to ignore it and continue on to the trash and threw away my peel.

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Gaurdian1159 (1 stories) (14 posts)
10 years ago (2011-08-01)
New blood, why don't you just post a story of what you're feeling? It's just kind of rude to boycott someone's story...

Back to the topic at hand...

I've seen shadows like what you speak. When I moved to a town in South Carolina, a road I lived near had a story of black shadow-y vultures. As long as they have not tried to hurt you I don't think you're in any kind of danger. Black doesn't always equal evil, the same with white and good. Although if you do sense animosity form these things, I would go about calling in a psychic who has seen/gotten rid of such things... And the feeling of owls, owls, as far as I know, doesn't come with any bad omens (correct me if I am wrong)...
lindajean (5 stories) (109 posts)
10 years ago (2011-07-30)
Newblood; could you please not make this site about you.
I enjoy reading the experiences and comments.
I don't enjoy when someone copies & pastes a long drawn out page of nonsence. 😕
AnneV (4 stories) (1063 posts) mod
10 years ago (2011-07-28)
I'm not sure I could shrug off two strange guys in my kitchen, but hey, maybe you've got a busy household! I wouldn't work yourself up too much over the dark shadows. If anyone keeps their eyes open long enough in the dark then they are going to experience optical illusions. Getting the "feeling" they are owls and them really being owls (or owl apparitions) is two different things. Our imagination can do pretty interesting things once we open the door to it. So far you've got no solid indication it's truly anything other than trance induced illusions.

Any person open to the paranormal and metaphysical always have to keep a watchful eye on their own imagination. Too many times the ordinary is immediately converted to something ghostly or paranormal. Every shadow and appearance of 'something' can morph into the strange. I know it's the tempting thing to do but more times than not, it's just our imaginations having gone wild. I'd personally wait for another element to be added to the experience, such as something physically moving in your room, it touching you, or clear auditory input before labeling this paranormal. Or you can keep yourself up at night staring at the bird shadows and get a lot less sleep!

Just my two cents.

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