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Author Topic: Sleep paralysis animatronics!  (Read 2071 times)
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« on: May 26, 2015, 10:40:43 »

This is really fascinating. I've been getting OoBEs since the end of 2012 (my first "real" OoBE was shortly before December 21st and involved me meeting up with an astral entity who told me the world was not going to end and eased my phobia of the Mayan doomsday at the time...needless to say she spoke the truth, lol,) though most are involuntary, but on average I get about 1 to 2 OoBEs a month now, with a super-memorable one with a lasting positive or profound feeling roughly occurring every 2 to 3 months. But I wouldn't have gotten this far if it wasn't for my (initially flippin' terrifying to me) sleep paralysis experiences that I first started getting in late-2009/early-2010-ish. Nowadays they are scary in the moment but they're not scary in a "bad" way: I view/observe them from a detached point of view as I know I am safe...if anything, they are like thrilling horror movies or haunted house rides like at Disneyland.

Now ever since the end of last year the "intruder" (sometimes several in my case) often reported by most people who get SP has taken on a distinctive and instantly-recognizable form: the animatronics from Five Nights at Freddy's. I started getting SP episodes with FNaF characters in them a couple weeks after I got into the games myself (they are great btw...really creative to somebody like me who is bored with most horror games.) The most common visitors to my room are Bonnie and Chica (which fits with them being the most active and frequent visitors to the security guard office in the first game,) who tend to appear in the dark doorway of my private bathroom and outside my window looking in at me, respectively. Other times I've seen Freddy Fazbear himself peering out at me from my closet in the night (sometimes I even hear his music box tune playing as one of the auditory hallucinations associated with SP,) and at least once I've spied Foxy running down the outside hallway to my room before slamming the door open and striking a dramatic pose right next to my bed! I find it interesting and amusing how the four original animatronics enter my room in the night in ways that mirror their entry into the player's office in-game.

I've also witnessed some animatronics from the second game too (most commonly the Balloon Boy and the Mangle) but not as much as the four original ones. Mangle is the most common, and he usually appears standing besides my bed in a strange pose while I hear his static as an auditory sensation. I actually hear the Mangle static the most out of any other auditory hallucination so far.

I know all of this sounds really terrifying, but it's really not as I've said before. They may be scary to look at and witness, but I know these animatronics are just my own thoughtforms created out of my passion for playing the games. And in the end I am grateful for them visiting me, because following their appearance as the most commonly-seen "intruders" since late last September, I have been "riding" the paralysis, and have experienced some of the best, most vivid and profound OoBEs I have had so far.

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« Reply #1 on: July 17, 2015, 04:39:07 »

One dedicated fanboy to one heck of an SP!

And you know... I am willing to bet someone who's played Slender will have had slenderman in their room at some point... Cheesy

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