Share your paranormal and psychic experiences here. Do you have any stories of how you came to realize that there were other dimensions or levels of reality? NO SKEPTICS ALLOWED!
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Just a little story. Don't read if you're not bored... So this very morning, I was taking Mojo out for his morning walk. He had woken me up extra early this morning so we were out walking along the edge of the woods at about 3:30. All of a sudden, Mojo stopped and stared. I knew it was a bunny rabbit. Or, was it? I wear a headlamp when walking him, so I looked at where he was looking and all of a sudden, I see a pair of eyes staring back at me. First on one side of the tree, then ducked around and looked around the other side. Then another pair of eyes! And then another! Before I knew it, there were at least 6 pairs of eyes peering at me through the dense woods! These eyes were moving around as if they were curious as to what we were and were roughly 3-4 feet off the ground! Before I knew what to think, I realized that these eyes were in the shape of the eyes commonly seen as alien! (The tear-drop shaped eyes, if you know what I mean). As the light and shadows made their way through the trees, it appeared that they not only had alien eyes, but their heads were shaped like an alien as well! Kind of big at the top and then gradually got thinner towards the chin. For several seconds, I was counting the money I was going to make from proving the existance of aliens! I then raised my hand to waive at them and show them I come in peace. Mojo has been frozen this whole time. About this time, I realized I was making a complete fool of myself. They were a herd of deer. Sorry. But in dim light with a reflection off their eyes, they really did look spooky. But, the moral of the story is, should someone actually believe in UFOs and think they see aliens, I could honestly see how they could mistake something like that, become frightened, and run like hell...
You may be on to something! Though where I live, deer are rampant, but armadillos are even worse. There are armadillo corpses everywhere! In fact, there is even a local joke that goes something like: Why did the chicken cross the road? Answer: To prove to the armadillo it could be done...
OK, that's funny! I never heard that one. There's plenty of 'dillos around here as well but not many of them go the 'street pizza' route. We have an amazing amount of wildlife around these parts. They seem to understand that trees are good, pavement is bad. I had a wild boar jump out in front of my car last month. He was busy chasing a deer.
Can I ask what region of the country you live? I've always pictured you in downtown New York City...
we have equally dangerous wild life round here - "studentus commonus " - characterised by dopey expression ,permanent fixation of i-pod to head and ( thus deaf to mobility scooters and fire engines ) - really BAD dress sense ( and that's just the guys ) ,total lack of personal hygiene in some cases , and a propensity to party all night then sleep most of the day ( complaining if the locals wake THEM !! )
it has been suggested that culling ( or a scrubbing with a bass broom and a fire hose ) may eradicate the problem , but the local wildlife preservation group ( the university and local council ) wont allow it as they are a good cash crop
and you guys think YOU have problems ???
LIFE - just filling the bits between birth, death and taxes
LOL. Is it THAT obvious? Not NYC, but close enough.... Jersey. I moved out of the tri-state area about 5 years ago to a nice little southern town where they don't seem to mind yankees.
Oh yea, I remember you saying that now and why I was thinking you were a city girl. My wife's from Philly and father in law from Union City so we used to travel the Jersey Turnpike quite a bit. Jersey's a beautiful state when you get off that turnpike, but that drive between those two metro areas always makes me think that Jersey's just one big city.
As a kid, I would think to myself, the "Garden State", my ass! The only crop they grew in my hometown were chemical plants. I grew up around oil refineries, tanker ships, garbage dumps and incinerators.
Oh my. Sounds "lovely." I think I'll stick with my trees though.
You must be from Elizabeth, linden or Sayreville. I'm from somerset county myself (bedminster).
Pretty close...cancer alley area.
Awww geeze, Bedminster is almost PA. As a kid, that was the sticks. I remember my parents taking us out for a ride to see the country out there. Once you go a little bit west, it's very pretty. More trees than oil crackers. For years I worked in Linden, had a 30 to 45 min. commute, depending on when GM let out. If I hit it right, it wasn't too bad. Elizabeth was interesting. I see that the Bayway area of Elizabeth hasn't changed much from this: http://www.stewartintlairport.com/Doing ... bayway.pdf Sayerville was a bit too unpopulated at the time. Not much but farmland there when I was younger, but it had a great Polish deli in the town. Well, that and the missile silos that dotted the Parkway.
To tie in this thread with my post, when I worked in Linden I met many aliens. When immigration came into our building, the warehouse turned into a ghost town.
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