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  I was walking in the new gym on my own, and the lights started flickering right after someone told me about the pregnant young lady; I was so scared, and I saw blood in the toilet in the lady's room.
Submitted by Ms Lends


       Categories: gym, lights, lady


Here's something you won't find online: UDallas is haunted. Come on, it's an old school, and I can think of some people who'd grow attached to it. Specifically Braniff (the library). It's fašade is already eerie looking on its own. Don't even get me started with the 2nd and 3rd floor. I've pulled many all nighters there, and in many instances I've felt uneasy and unwelcome. In one occasion, however, I was turning the corner in the second floor. Keep in mind, I was looking ahead the entire time. As I turned, I saw the blur of a dark figure nearly run into me. Out of a natural reaction I flinched and backed away. I had the words ''whoops my bad'' in the tip of my tongue because I was so sure I was going to run into a person.
    
I turned around, and there was absolutely no one in sight. I mean no one. I even looked around the corner to check. Anyway I'm writing this now because my roommate just came back with her nerves on edge because she just came from the second floor, where she heard loud banging on the walls. The time was almost 4:00 am. Once again no one is there.
Submitted by A UD Student


       Categories: writing, school


I just recently moved to Irving last August, and I was leasing an apartment on N. MacArthur. Nothing strange happened at first, but then one night my boyfriend was out of town in California for a business trip, and I was sleeping. Around 3:00 am I felt someone, or something I should say, crawl into bed and cuddle me. Thinking it was my boyfriend, I lay there for about a minute before turning over to tell him my excitement of him surprising me. I turned over only to realize there was no one there, which was weird because I knew I was awake. I felt the pressure of a body next to me, and I felt it breathing on me. Thinking nothing of it I just went back to sleep and told myself I dreamed that or it was my cat.

Fast forward to the next night, kind of embarrassing, but I am an open mouth sleeper, attractive, I know. I was on the brim of falling asleep. It was around 3:00 am again. I felt two fingers reach inside my mouth and fishhook my cheek. Hard. It was so hard that it ripped the corner of my mouth a tiny bit and bled. I'm not a skeptic, so I was at first thinking ''wow, and crazy dream. '' Then I realized I could still feel the pressure of the fish hook, and so I went to look in the mirror and realized there was a tiny amount of blood. Kind of freaked out I just chalked it up to my cat scratching my mouth. However, that was not even the weirdest thing.
 

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