During my second psychosis, which isn't a psychosis at all, they just call it by what they see, which isn't much Im afraid, I ended up at my families house.
They had no idea what was happening to me.
Anyway, I was up for weeks again, and wouldn't you know it I ended up staying awake that night and watching tv.
So Im watching and all of a sudden a ghost jumps up on the screen, but it was much stranger than just that.
I remember it like it was yesterday, it was a movie, and these two guys were talking to eachother and walking slowly, all of a sudden one of them turns around and starts staring at me with this horrible grin on his face, and his eyes were very dark, all of a sudden he starts walking around as if he was on stage in a shakespeare play, kind've a slow prance, I don't really know what to call it.
But it was clear what had happened, I wasn't alone, that was obvious, and god what they can do to you.
The spirit became one of the characters on the movie and was horribly screwing around with me that night.
You should've seen the bass tards face, it wasn't natural, and the way he started walking around would make some people vomit, it was awful. And just staring at me with that awful grin with eyes so dark it will make you cringe.
And after weeks of crap, this was horrible, you might say that hey thats not so bad, well, it was, the whole thing I mean.
Now, it was a hallucination right? Wrong. Im not going to say that others would have seen it, but after weeks of them sitting there with me you know its real. I don't know quite how to describe it, other than I was being haunted by something and it wouldn't leave me alone.
I completely believe you, it's good that you're writing all down so others can see and describe other experiences, personally i haven't made many at all, but i think it's up to you in a way if you decide this is reality, and there's something haunting you or its in your head, to me it sounds like somethings haunting you, and you could always contact some sort of medium to see if there's something there, and you can always talk about it to a therapist.
that's the attitude of the demons, the ones I think are the parasties in the food and on the furniture. same evil grin, same prance, they do a dance that means they are superior, i've seen it all my life, can't listen to them