I have had a couple first-hand experiences where some very strange/unexplainable things happened. Then, I had one experience that will seriously stay with me for the rest of my life. Behind my church, not far back into some woods, lies an unmarked family cemetery that has been dated back to the 19th century. My roommates and I decide to go check it out, and sure enough, there are around 6-8 unmarked headstones in this small opening, with larger stones for adults and smaller ones for children that had passed on.
I was fine until I walked over to one of the smaller headstones, when I started feeling really sad and like I shouldn't be there. So, we all decide to head back to the car, and as we walk out of the woods, every single one of us hear the voice of a young girl singing "Ring Around the Rosie." Now, 2 of my roommates do not believe in the paranormal, and they will swear up and down that this is what we heard, and we heard it all at the same exact time.
After hanging out at the dorm a while, I go to bed. Once I fall asleep I begin dreaming. I rarely remember my dreams, so when I do they are very vivid. I dreamt that I witnessed the death of a young girl in a home. After seeing the girl pass on, I continued towards what I assume is my house. Immediately I feel as if I am being watched, so I rush to my house and get inside and hurry to my bed where I lay face down. Then the girl is there and she begins to stab me over and over in my back.
When I wake up, I feel as if I had been punch in my back right as I woke up. So I walk into the living room of my dorm and ask my roommates if any of them had messed with me in my sleep, which they hadn't as my door had been locked. So as I turn to walk back into my room, they all start freaking out. I had scratches all down my back, in directions that my arms cannot reach (eliminating the idea of me scratching myself in my sleep).
Believe it or not, my roommates will attest to it, and I will always remember it. It was a wild experience that directly connects everything that happened the evening before.