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You know that feeling that everyone seems to get once in a while? You know, when you're convinced that someone or something is hiding behind your shower curtain? You get that urge to pull the curtain back, just to ease your fear. "This is crazy," you tell yourself, "Nothing is hiding behind there." At least… that’s what you think. Whether you see them or not, they are there, watching you.

Those who have encountered them, willing to try and recount what they saw, have given many descriptions, but something that everyone could recall was the solid, pitch black eyes staring right at them. And a weird feeling of loneliness coupled with content. A few seconds later, the content loneliness turns to absolute dread, a type of dread that they have never felt before.

Frozen, they just stand there as the creature walks around them looking them up and down before, with a flash of light, the creature disappears. The next thing they know, they wake up feeling strangely empty inside. This feeling lasts anywhere from a few hours to a few days. The whole time, they don’t talk much and just sit staring into space. Once they recover, they're never the same, but the one thing they always make sure to tell people is, whatever you do, don’t follow that urge.