woke up in bed last night because i was shaking uncontroleby as i came round i can remember talking to mi wife about how cold it was wen i saw her standing by the wardrobe then i realised it was not my wife but a pair of pjamers floating in the air like they were walking at this point i tried to move but found i was paralised and could not move at all i tryd shouting my wife although i could hear the shouting it was in ma head and not coming out of my mouth this lasted for a while not sure how long then i came round and could move again my wife next day said we had no conversation and i was dreaming but i wasnt it was real HAS EANYONE EVER HAD THIS EXPERIENCE OR SIMELAR.
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