It's taken some preparation for me to be able to write this. It took some time for me to realize that the entity in my home was feeding off my energy as I was writing my experiences on this site. But after performing a smudging ceremony I no longer feel his presence and can write about my next two nightmare experiences.
A short time after having my 911 and anthrax attack precognitions, my ex and I moved to another home. From the moment I walked into this house I felt bad vibes and they got stronger the closer we got to the basement. But my ex was dead set on moving there and we did, against my instincts. One night as we laid in our bed falling asleep I felt a light brush of a breeze on my face. And I thought I heard a flutter like the wing of a bat. There was a door in our bedroom that led to a set of stairs to the attic, so naturally I thought a bat had gotten into our room. I jumped up flipped the light on while smacking him to get up and find it. After thoroughly searching our bedroom, we found no bat and went back to bed. As I drifted off to sleep I slowly became aware that I could no longer feel the bed under my body. And at the same time my ex opened his eyes because he couldn't feel me beside him but saw that I was floating about 1-2 ft. Above the bed. I heard him gasp as I was convincing myself it was my imagination. Hearing his gasp I opened my eyes and fell back to the bed and my ex jumped out of the bed screaming "What the eff". The last time I spoke to him which was 5 years after this incident he was still talking about it. Can't blame him really.
Years pass and much of my life had changed. I was sleeping alone in my bed in a different place by the way. It was one of those dreams I couldn't wake from I was paralyzed in my sleep. There was a low growling sound in my ear. All I could do was crack my eyes open to see a rabbit in my doorway, sitting on his hind legs. Sitting down it was about 3ft. Tall, had big fangs, long claws and I do believe it had yellow glowing eyes. It's fur was matted like it was wet. Maybe with something sticky. I don't remember how I got out of this, but I know I didn't fall back asleep!