What does /x/ think about the sleep paralysis guy that has been posting on reddit/r/nosleep? Could it be The Hat Man?
The entire thing is obvious fabrication. The way he always points his camera toward himself rather than away from himself in the first videos, the way he somehow can't see that fucking dude standing in his room even despite the fact that any other person would notice such a distinct change in their room immediately. It's obvious bullshit. No one actually posts "real" stories on that shitty memer subreddit
/r/nosleep is a horror fiction subreddit. The whole point of it is for people to share their horror stories with eachother, they're all just coming up with creepypastas for the sake of creating literature.
They all treat it like it's true while they're on there to keep the feeling around, and for the fun of it.
Unfortunately nothing on that subreddit is real. If you want people who think their experiences are real go to /r/paranormal, but most of them might be delusional.
I always find the whole "I saw some crazy shit last night while in bed" thing ridiculous. Of course you did. Every night when you fall asleep you essentially start hallucinating, hallucinations so real that you don't even question it at the time. So, really, you saw a weird shadow when partially unconscious and partially in a dream like state? Well isn't that surprising! Actually no, it's exactly what you would fucking expect. If you saw it during the day when alert, then that would be interesting
>If you saw it during the day when alert, then that would be interesting
Not really. Your brain can still make things up. This often happens when you see things out of the corner of your eye.