Odd things have walked with the United Kingdom’s Rebecca McGeorge all her life – dark, threatening things.
“Strange happenings have followed me since possibly my birth,” McGeorge, 37, said. “Ghosts and weird happenings are something I’ve been forced to accept since an early child.”
McGeorge first saw a ghost when she was five years old, but her encounters turned violent in the 1990s. She was in her 20s and living in her mother’s house when something wicked came into her bedroom.
McGeorge lie in bed about 10:30 p.m. one summer when a ball of orange light appeared outside her window – time and sound seemed to stop.
“The demon encounter started out as a half awake/half asleep lucid dream,” she said. “My room became two rooms at once, like two dimensions merging together.”
Then it was there. As she lay on her stomach, looking over the side of the bed, she saw a black goblin-like entity about two feet tall sitting on her bedroom floor. When the goblin knew she saw it, the monster changed. It grew into a man-sized, smoky figure, resembling in some ways a scuba diver and Spider-Man. Then the beast climbed on top of her.
“I felt the weight of the demon man pushing down into a sexual position,” McGeorge said. “He had no face, only mist. He had clawed feet and talon hands and tapered devil tail. He spoke telepathically in a snake voice while pinning me face down on the bed. He told me he had followed me through time.”
The entity eventually left, but her encounters with supernatural entities were just beginning.
“Angels appeared to me on my ceiling as white misty shapes with androgynous faces at times when I was depressed or anxious,” she said. “Usually three together.”
While staying with a friend in a town 15 miles away from her home she had a seizure, although she had never had one before nor since.
“I was on the bed in the spare room at my friend’s house; it was late,” McGeorge said. “My whole body shook like a vibrating machine. It hurt. As this happened the ceiling lifted off and angels were waiting to pull me up and not suffer. Fortunately I came out of the fit after fighting it for five minutes, maybe 10.”
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