The following report was sent into our website by Tracy on April 21, 2014:
“We were living in a house at ** Simcoe Street in Carberry, Manitoba in 1994, went to bed one night, and in the middle of the night I had to go to the washroom. So I went to get out of the bed and I could not get up. We had a water-bed at that time. I felt two hands pushing on my chest. I yelled at my husband, he was lying right beside me, and he got up to help me and he could not pull me out of the bed. I told him to stop because it felt like he was going to pull my arms off, and within about 2 or 3 mins the pressure was off my chest and I was able to go to the wash room.
My mother came to stay with me for a couple of days after I had told her what had happened. She did not feel comfortable staying in that house by herself, so the next night I had taken her home.
One year later I found out that some old man died in that house and they never found him till two months later. I did not stay in that house for much longer.”