Recall my name, on your journey to hell.
- Oct 13, 2018
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OK...here is the original post from back in 2013.
November 1999...over my house! Really, really large triangle with 3 lights underneath..It was just above tree top level (well, I do have some really tall trees) and it was larger than a football field. I swear to you all, the thing defied physics. It should not have been able to move so slowly. Absolutely no sound, but it felt like my body had an inner "thrum" or vibration. Metal taste like pennies. Watched it for well over 15 minutes before it slowly took off over the corn field and headed NW. I felt so much fear from this thing that I was actually frozen in place. I was afraid to move, afraid "it" might notice me. When it took off, it lit up the sky like 3 suns. Someone to the NW also saw it and called police and another neighbor also saw it. After checking my clock, I seem to have lost a little time, as it felt like 15 minutes but was actually longer. I actually wrote to Art Bell and he wrote back, telling me to report it, which I did., to Mufon. Two months later, my son saw the same type of craft as he was driving home. He stopped the car, got out for a minute, then decided getting back in the car was a wiser decision. I had always hoped to see a "Ufo", now I hope I never do again. It felt downright creepy evil. Once again, I live near a National Guard base and I'm used to seeing the different planes coming and going, plus the airspace over my house is considered military airspace only. So, I've always wondered if there was a connection. Both sightings occurred about 11:30PM.
I have no fear of the paranormal. None*. I will walk into rooms, buildings, cold spots, or energy fields. I will stand toe to toe with any entity and I do not run from possible cryptids. I will not and have not hesitated to challenge any entity, or to poke, prod or generally annoy things people call up in rituals or via Ouija boards. BUT
The mere notion of UFOs is utterly terrifying to me. So much so that I feel uneasy in desolate areas under open skies (no, not agoraphobia) and I seek cover from low-flying aircraft or helicopters. During my trips out West I scheduled my driving to never take place at night.
I have seen phenomena in the skies. Only once, though, can I definitively say I saw an object I couldn't explain, but it was fairly distant, and if its movement didn't seem to defy physics I'd be skeptical of even that. (oddly enough, I felt no fear then, just fascination). But if there was a large triangle craft over my house, I will say here and now, feeling no shame and fearing no ridicule, that I'd dissolve right into a quivering pudding.
*That was not always the case. I most certainly ran [biked] from the only possible cryptid I ever encountered.Some of this obviously for dramatic effect.
Your profile says you're south of Indy. That's a lot of farmland out that way, if I'm not much mistaken. I've been to Indy a few times for Gencon.