I've had experiences, and know a few others who have had experiences that I can relate to.
I would say, first, that whatever experiences one has, that they determine whether or not they are genuinely metaphysical. Some time ago, (when I was exploring religion), I watched a man on television relate a vivid dream he had of hell, as God Himself had shown it to him. I took it seriously, at the time, but realized later that a dream fails to qualify (at least in my world) as metaphysical. Also, after a number of years under the influence of drugs, I recognize now that anything experienced in such a state cannot be relied upon to be authentically metaphysical.
Second, whatever experiences you may hear of, the only one that matters is your own, if you are sincerely looking for what you hold to be True. The "Kingdom of God," if such can be used as a barometer of Truth, "is within." You really can't trust anyone's related experience any more than your own.