A while ago, I was sleeping and woke up to go to the washroom. I opened my eyes but found myself unavailable to move, then outside the window, there was a bright light. It's not the street light, that I'm sure of. And it's not the moon either. Anyway, after a few seconds, I felt the ground tremble and then the light disappeared. Then I was able to move. I went outside to find out that other neighbors have had the same experience as well.
Is there an explanation for this strange phenomenon?
Maybe I should write a hub on what happened to me...
The "not being able to move" is a pretty common phenomenon, which has to do with the brain, muscles, etc. The bright light I don't know about, unless it also was related to being half or all asleep and not realizing it (like a sleep walking state).
Maybe it was a UFO. With aliens looking for a human speciman to conduct anal probes on!
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