Being homeless, and realizing just how much my friends and family cared about me. Which is, not at all. But while this is the scariest moment of my life, it has also made me grow up and become a better person.
When I was watching UFC and grappling with my friend, I popped his neck, but it sounded horrible, he falls to the ground, and for a few terrifying seconds I thought I'd killed him. Then he stood up and said "ow shiz loki" and I was so relieved. Lol
Getting caught under a ladder in a swimming pool with the surface inches from my mouth. When my daughter wasn't breathing after she was born (my son too). Thinking I lost my love because of a thoughtless mistake.
This one day my sister, my mom and I were walking to our car, we had just finished eating out, when all of the sudden I hear my mom coughing, but these weren't just ordinary coughs, they sounded horrible, like air couldn't get through to her lungs, I didn't know what to do, it almost sounded like she was choking, these two people passing by thought she was choking so they started tapping on her back, but it was no help, as my mom gasped for air, I saw tears run through her eyes, I started to cry, I thought she was going to die, I don't remember how she calmed her self down, but I'm just glad she's still here with me, and ever since that day, whenever I hear her cough I freak out :'c
In sleep paralysis. Sometimes relaxing, although mostly scary as hell. Imagine that you can't move at all, and that you constantly hear strange noises from all over the place. There is a tall man standing at the foot of your bed, holding a saw. There are weird symbols all over the walls and your vision is hazy. Suddenly, another man runs into the room, carrying a lot of wire. The man with the wire stands over you and wraps the wire around your throat very slowly... He places his foot on your chest and pulls the wire. He's a very heavy man. You hear your ribs crack under his muddy boots as he begins choking you. And it all feels so real. You can feel your ribs give way under his foot. Fortunately, that's enough to scare you out of sleep paralysis. It all feels so real, though.
Me and my bff were walking and there was a tall man walking and we got scared and ran into an apartment building. We waited until he left, but he was just standing there. Watching and waiting! We got so scared! We then had to knock a door and ask if we could go through the back. When we looked back to see, there was a group of men! We ran home! We survived!