It was 1988 and I was going to college at Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. This was my first semester I stay in the dorm. It was getting close to Halloween and everyone was decorating their doors. I made a poster with a haunted house with leaves and streamers hanging from the bottom. There was about an inch and a half between the bottom of my door and the floor. It was Friday night and I was going to get my homework done for the weekend.
Some girls from the other end of the floor asked if I wanted to play Ouija board. Absolutely not I told them. I had already had some encounters with spirits.
A little bit later I was sitting on my bed when the streamers on the bottom of my door began moving to the outside of the door. When I shut the door they were inside the room. One by one they were being pulled out into the hall. I became suspicious that someone was pranking me and quietly went to the door and looked under the door. The streamers were still moving, but there was no one there. I became frightened and crawled back onto my bed and covered up. The streamers stopped moving and all was quiet.
The next morning I went down the hall to the bathroom to shower. I was washing up when I caught a glimpse of a dark headed, dark skinned man wearing a red and black flannel shirt looking over the top of the shower stall. I jumped back and screamed. I pulled back the curtain and the only person there was a girl that lived down the hall. She had her hands on the shelf in front of the sink mirrors and she was looking at me through the mirror. I closed the curtain and quickly finished my shower.
The next day I was in the lounge with a couple of other girls. I was telling them what had happened. They told me they woke up in the middle of the night with their door open and a drivers license and cassette tape were gone. A few moments later the girls I had seen in the bathroom came walking up the stairs with her boyfriend carrying her suitcase. I asked her if she had been gone all weekend and she said yes, she had left Friday. We all looked at each other and the chills went through us. It still gives me chills today.
I moved out of the dorm the next semester. Tahlequah is a very spiritual place, I had several encounters while living there.
Sent in by Kay Johnson, Copyright 201