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Michelle is right on the money when she says everyone can sense spirits to a certain extent.
A study funded by the CIA in the early 70's, run by Hal Puthoff and Ingo Swann, scientifically studied the ability of "remote viewing".
I woke up in the middle of the night and I could see the room and everything else in it.
I knew something was going on because I could feel something.
No one knows why some people respond physically (i.e. As mentioned earlier, the human body is remarkably sensitive and can sense changes in the external environment.
So, when things feel "unusual" (due to paranormal activity) your body is alerted. It may also be connected to the strong electromagnetic fields that appear in the presence of paranormal activity.
I looked outside the window and found no one was there…I know I have never imagined these things and everywhere I moved there's always something following.
At night, I tend to feel someone with me, once I taught felt something touch my hand where I was holding the remote of my telly, and every night (could be just a breeze or enything) my door creaks open the slightest.
A couple of times, I was at a spritualist and she picked up on me sensing things at night and she said it was sprits that they tend to visit me nights when I am more relaxed.. I do not think you are crazy, but I *do* think you should spend more time with other people.
So, why do some people feel in the presence of paranormal activity?
The number of people who feel absolutely nothing in the presence of strong paranormal activity is very, very small—however, factors such as your physical health, your mental and emotional state, your intelligence/awareness, and your belief system could all play a role in how you respond. There have been many scientific studies done on Extra Sensory Perception, which seems to be the ability used when sensing a spirit or haunting.
Though remote viewing was considered a failure, their scientific findings were legitimate.