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  • It's just after 2 am, and David Spezo is suddenly wide awake.

    現在是凌晨2點多,大衛-斯皮佐突然清醒了。

  • He knows it's 2 am because he can see the clock on his nightstand out of the corner

    他知道現在是凌晨2點,因為他能從角落裡看到床頭櫃上的時鐘。

  • of his left eye, but to his alarm, he can't physically turn his head to look.

    他的左眼,但令他感到震驚的是,他無法在身體上轉頭去看。

  • In fact, he realizes that he can't move at all.

    事實上,他意識到,他根本無法移動。

  • And out of the corner of his other eye, he sees that he isn't alone.

    從他的另一個眼角,他看到他並不孤單。

  • The figure is there, standing just outside his bedroom door.

    那個身影就在那裡,就站在他的臥室門外。

  • David always sleeps with his bedroom door closed in order to keep his roommate's cat

    大衛睡覺時總是關著臥室的門,以防止他室友的貓來打擾他。

  • out at night.

    在晚上出去。

  • But now the door is wide open, and someone is standing right outside it.

    但現在門是大開的,有人就站在門外。

  • David strains as hard as he can to crane his neck, to move his legs and get out of bed...

    大衛拼命地扭動脖子,移動腿部,下床......。

  • to scream for help, but he's completely paralyzed.

    來呼救,但他完全癱瘓了。

  • The best he can manage is a hoarse whimper.

    他能做的最好的事情就是發出嘶啞的嗚咽聲。

  • The figure suddenly disappears and reappears, now inside his room.

    這個身影突然消失又重新出現,現在在他的房間裡。

  • It's in the closest corner to the open door, and as the figure seems to lift its head up

    它在離敞開的門最近的角落裡,當那個身影似乎抬起頭來的時候

  • to look at him, David can see more details.

    來看他,大衛可以看到更多的細節。

  • It seems to be a man, standing just over six feet tall and dressed head to toe in black-

    它似乎是一個男人,身高剛過六英尺,從頭到腳都穿著黑色的衣服------。

  • though it's hard to tell if he's actually wearing any clothing at all, as the shadows

    雖然很難說他是否真的穿了任何衣服,因為影子

  • in the room almost seem to be attracted to him, wrapping around him.

    房間裡的人幾乎都被他吸引,圍繞著他。

  • What he can tell for sure is the figure is wearing a hat, something from a few decades

    他可以確定的是,這個人物戴著一頂帽子,是幾十年前的東西。

  • ago, with a wide brim.

    前,有一個寬大的帽簷。

  • Then the figure seems to open its eyes, blazing red coals in its pitch black face.

    然後,這個身影似乎睜開了眼睛,漆黑的臉上有熾熱的紅炭。

  • David can't breathe, horrible pressure weighs down on him.

    大衛無法呼吸,可怕的壓力壓在他身上。

  • He gasps for air, trying to scream once more.

    他喘著粗氣,試圖再一次尖叫。

  • Suddenly, the spell is broken and David has full control of his body.

    突然,咒語被打破,大衛完全控制了他的身體。

  • He throws himself off the bed on the opposite side of the Hat Man, scrambling to get away.

    他把自己從 "帽子男 "對面的床上扔了下來,爭先恐後地想離開。

  • But as he picks himself up off the floor, the Hat Man is gone.

    但當他把自己從地板上扶起來時,"帽子人 "已經不見了。

  • The only evidence anyone was ever there is the still open bedroom door.

    唯一的證據是臥室的門仍然開著,有人曾經在那裡。

  • Someone will go on to tell him that he simply suffered a bout of sleep paralysis, an unsettling

    有人會繼續告訴他,他只是遭受了一陣睡眠癱瘓,一種令人不安的

  • phenomenon that can lead to the exact same paralysis and vivid hallucinations David experienced.

    現象,可導致與大衛經歷的癱瘓和生動的幻覺完全相同。

  • But David knows that the Hat Man was still there when the paralysis faded, and he knows

    但大衛知道,當癱瘓消退時,帽子人還在那裡,他知道

  • that he always sleeps with the door closed.

    他總是關著門睡覺。

  • David's story is unsettling, but it's hardly unique.

    大衛的故事是令人不安的,但它幾乎是獨一無二的。

  • Shadow people have long been reported throughout human history, and with the proliferation

    在人類歷史上,關於影子人的報道由來已久。

  • of video cameras and recording devices throughout our modern world, photos and images of shadow

    在我們的現代世界中,錄像機和記錄設備的出現,使影子的照片和影像成為了一種趨勢。

  • people have popped up with increasing regularity.

    的人越來越多地出現了。

  • What's new in the Shadowpeople phenomenon may be its most disturbing evolution however,

    然而,影子人現象中的新內容可能是其最令人不安的演變。

  • or possibly a hint that shadowpeople are more than ghosts or figments of people's imagination...

    或者可能暗示影子人不僅僅是鬼魂或人們想象的產物......。

  • China.

    中國。

  • Mexico.

    墨西哥。

  • The United States.

    美國。

  • Europe.

    歐洲。

  • The places are different, but the descriptions are always the same.

    地方不同,但描述總是一樣的。

  • A tall man, dressed all in black, and always wearing a hat of some kind.

    一個高大的男人,一身黑衣,而且總是戴著某種帽子。

  • Sometimes he appears alone, other times he appears with other shadowperson cohorts.

    有時他單獨出現,其他時候他與其他影子人同夥一起出現。

  • When he appears in a group it's clear that he's in charge.

    當他出現在一個團體中時,很明顯,他是負責人。

  • The encounters vary.

    遇到的情況各不相同。

  • Sometimes the victim will wake up and realize that the Hat Man is standing there, watching

    有時,受害者會醒過來,發現 "帽子男 "就站在那裡,看著他。

  • over them.

    在他們身上。

  • He's described as featureless, though at times he's been reported to have blazing red eyes.

    他被描述為沒有特徵,儘管有時據說他有一雙熾熱的紅眼睛。

  • Other times the Hat Man is accompanied by a group of shadow people, whom he seems to

    其他時候,"帽子男 "身邊有一群影子人,他似乎對這些人很感興趣。

  • almost 'let loose' on his victim.

    幾乎對他的受害者 "放縱"。

  • Sufferers have reported having to fight off these wispy, wraith-like beings, before finally

    患者報告說,他們不得不與這些飄忽不定、像包裹一樣的生物作鬥爭,最後才得以逃脫。

  • disappearing.

    消失了。

  • But real scratches and bruises are left behind.

    但真正的劃痕和瘀傷是留下的。

  • Victims typically remain paralyzed for the entire encounter though, and these physical

    雖然受害者通常在整個遭遇過程中保持癱瘓狀態,但這些身體上的

  • altercations appear to be the extreme minority.

    爭吵的人似乎是極少數。

  • Some sufferers have described feeling as if the hat man was draining them of their vitality,

    一些患者描述說,他們感覺好像戴帽子的人在榨乾他們的活力。

  • feeding on their life force like some kind of ghostly vampire.

    像某種幽靈般的吸血鬼一樣吸食他們的生命力。

  • Others were sure that the hat man was after their very soul.

    另一些人確信,這個戴帽子的人是為了他們的靈魂。

  • One victim described waking up to find the hat man standing at the foot of her bed, looking

    一名受害者描述說,她醒來時發現戴帽子的人站在她的床腳,看著她。

  • down upon her with his featureless, black face.

    他用他那張沒有特徵的黑色面孔俯視著她。

  • She could feel pure evil emanating from the creature, washing over her and almost suffocating

    她能感覺到從這個生物身上散發出來的純粹的邪惡,沖刷著她,幾乎讓她窒息。

  • her.

    她。

  • Try as she might she couldn't move her body or scream for help though.

    儘管她盡力了,但她無法移動身體,也無法喊出救命。

  • Then, she started praying to God and asking for protection, when suddenly the hat man

    然後,她開始向上帝祈禱,請求保護,這時,帽子男突然

  • disappeared, vanishing into thin air.

    消失了,消失在空氣中。

  • Instantly she was freed from his paralytic grasp.

    瞬間,她就從他的麻痺性抓握中解脫出來。

  • Other victims however have described more physical encounters, with them waking up to

    然而,其他受害者描述了更多的身體接觸,他們在醒來時發現了

  • discover the hat man physically standing over them, his feet on their chest.

    發現那個戴帽子的人正站在他們身上,他的腳踩在他們的胸口。

  • Other times he'll be straddling their chest, pushing down on them and making it difficult

    其他時候,他將跨過他們的胸膛,壓在他們身上,使其難以動彈。

  • to breathe.

    來呼吸。

  • Still others have seen him simply hovering over them, some sort of force being projected

    還有一些人看到他只是在他們頭上盤旋,有某種力量被投射出來。

  • down onto them to keep them in place.

    在它們上邊放下來以保持它們的位置。

  • One woman from east Asia was sure that the hat man was after her very soul.

    一位來自東亞的婦女確信,那個戴帽子的人是為了她的靈魂。

  • Medical doctors will point to sleep paralysis as an explanation for hat man apparitions.

    醫學家們會指出睡眠麻痺症是對帽子人幽靈的解釋。

  • While sleep paralysis does go a long way towards explaining the hat man phenomenon, it doesn't

    雖然睡眠麻痺症確實在很大程度上解釋了帽男現象,但它並沒有

  • quite fill in all the details.

    相當於填寫了所有的細節。

  • It's estimated that something like 40% of all people will experience sleep paralysis

    據估計,大約40%的人都會經歷睡眠癱瘓症。

  • at least once in their lives- so if you haven't experienced it yet, get ready because odds

    在他們的生活中至少有一次,所以如果你還沒有經歷過,準備好吧,因為機率

  • are good that it's coming.

    是好的,它的到來。

  • An estimated 8% of people experience the phenomenon repeatedly.

    估計有8%的人反覆經歷這種現象。

  • Caused by the brain being caught between a dreaming state and wakefulness, sleep paralysis

    睡眠癱瘓症是由大腦在做夢狀態和清醒狀態之間所造成的。

  • happens when your brain has paralyzed your muscles to keep you from hurting yourself

    當你的大腦麻痺了你的肌肉以防止你傷害自己時,就會發生這種情況。

  • during dreams, and believing it's still in a dream state, hasn't quite yet released your

    在夢中,並認為它仍然處於夢境中,還沒有完全釋放你的

  • body for duty.

    執勤的身體。

  • The close proximity to this dream state can explain the powerful hallucinations experienced

    與這種夢境的接近可以解釋所經歷的強大幻覺。

  • by sufferers, with the most common described being humanoid figures and insects crawling

    痛苦的人,最常見的描述是人形和昆蟲在爬行。

  • on walls or objects around the person.

    在人周圍的牆壁或物體上。

  • Typically lasting only a few seconds, the brain eventually realizes it's actually awake

    通常只持續幾秒鐘,大腦最終意識到它實際上是清醒的。

  • and releases your muscles from their dream-time paralysis.

    並將你的肌肉從夢中的麻痺狀態中釋放出來。

  • It's a good explanation, but it's missing two key points in the attempt to explain the

    這是一個很好的解釋,但它在試圖解釋的過程中缺少兩個關鍵點

  • hat man phenomenon.

    帽子人現象。

  • First, sleep paralysis doesn't explain the fact that sufferers all over the world are

    首先,睡眠癱瘓症並不能解釋全世界的患者都在

  • reporting a nearly identical figure during their episodes.

    在他們的發作期間,報告了一個幾乎相同的數字。

  • How could individuals from vastly different cultures and with no direct link to each other

    來自截然不同的文化、彼此沒有直接聯繫的個人怎麼可能

  • all be describing the same individual- always around six feet tall, cloaked in black, no

    都是在描述同一個人--總是六英尺高左右,披著黑衣,沒有

  • visible features, and always a hat of some kind?

    可見的特徵,而且總是戴著某種帽子?

  • If the phenomenon were simply the cause of sleep paralysis, then surely hat man would

    如果這種現象僅僅是睡眠麻痺症的原因,那麼帽子男肯定會

  • take on forms more appropriate for each individual culture.

    採取更適合每個人文化的形式。

  • Yet this isn't the case, and sleep paralysis doesn't account for the physical evidence.

    然而事實並非如此,睡眠麻痺症並不能說明物理證據的存在。

  • A minority of sufferers experience very physical encounters with the hat man, although interestingly

    少數患者經歷了與帽子男的非常肉體的接觸,儘管有趣的是

  • it seems that it's never him who is the attacker, but rather other shadow people that accompany

    看來,攻擊者從來都不是他,而是伴隨著其他影子的人。

  • him.

    他。

  • These individuals report that they are attacked and forced to fend off one or more shadow

    這些人報告說,他們受到攻擊,並被迫抵禦一個或多個影子。

  • people while the hat man watches, and this happens long after the sleep paralysis has

    在戴帽子的人的注視下,這發生在睡眠癱瘓之後很長時間。

  • worn off.

    磨損。

  • After each encounter, a victim might find scratches or bruises on their body.

    每次遇到這種情況後,受害者可能會發現身上有抓痕或瘀傷。

  • But that isn't the only physical evidence of the hat man phenomenon.

    但這並不是帽男現象的唯一實物證據。

  • Often hat man will be described as manipulating objects in the environment around him.

    通常情況下,帽子人將被描述為操縱他周圍環境中的物體。

  • He's been known to open doors and closets, sometimes even push aside objects on a night

    眾所周知,他能打開門和壁櫥,有時甚至能在夜晚推開物體。

  • stand.

    站。

  • Like in our opening account, the hat man will sometimes open a sleeper's door when they

    就像我們的開場白一樣,戴帽子的人有時會在睡覺的時候打開一個人的門。

  • have had a lifelong habit of sleeping with their door closed.

    有一個終生關著門睡覺的習慣。

  • Sleep paralysis clearly doesn't not explain these physical events.

    睡眠癱瘓顯然不能不能解釋這些物理事件。

  • So what does the hat man want?

    那麼,這個戴帽子的人想要什麼?

  • Opinions are divided on the identity of the hat man.

    對戴帽子的人的身份眾說紛紜。

  • Some believe he is an alien observer, an otherwordly visitor using advanced technology to cloak

    有些人認為他是一個外星觀察家,一個使用先進技術隱身的另類訪客。

  • himself and manipulate his victims.

    他自己,並操縱他的受害者。

  • Most however are convinced that hat man is purely paranormal, an evil entity that is

    然而,大多數人都相信,帽子男是純粹的超自然現象,是一個邪惡的實體,它是

  • not of this- or any other world.

    不屬於這個或任何其他世界。

  • Perhaps he is feeding on his victim's fears, as clearly if he wished to physically hurt

    也許他是以受害者的恐懼為食,就像他希望身體受到傷害一樣明顯。

  • or kill his paralyzed victims he'd be able to freely do so while they were paralyzed.

    或殺死他的癱瘓受害者,他就能在他們癱瘓時自由地這樣做。

  • This would put hat man more in line with demonic entities, which are well known to cultivate

    這將使帽子男與惡魔實體更加一致,眾所周知,惡魔實體會培養出

  • and feed on fear, becoming more powerful the more their victim is afraid of them.

    並以恐懼為食,受害者越害怕他們,他們就越強大。

  • Whatever hat man's intentions are, one thing is for sure- he isn't done.

    不管帽子男的意圖是什麼,有一件事是肯定的--他還沒有完成。

  • As he continues to be reported around the world, the next hat man visit just might be

    隨著他繼續在世界各地被報道,下一個戴帽子的人訪問可能就是

  • in your bedroom tonight.

    今晚在你的臥室。

  • Now go watch shadowpeople, the terrifying mystery explained- or click this other video

    現在去看影子人,可怕的謎團解釋--或者點擊這個其他視頻

  • instead!

    而不是!

It's just after 2 am, and David Spezo is suddenly wide awake.

現在是凌晨2點多,大衛-斯皮佐突然清醒了。

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