Another Sample Case of Nearly Missing :
Case two: April 1978, Montreal, Quebec.
A young man was just finishing first Sedar with relatives and it had grown late [10:15pm] and the dog needed to be walked. He had a "standard route"
for this chore and so was completely familiar with the surroundings. This night, however, there was a distinct lack of anything else going on: "I was
the only person out that night. It was like in the movies when a crime is committed or a monster comes out and chases you--you are all alone and the
viewer thinks how unrealistic can you get! But that's exactly what happened.
The streets were deserted , no animals, no cars passing by, no other people". There was something though. A bright yellow light was dancing about in
the sky. Feeling a bit foolish at the moment, the young man said [mentally] that he'd like to go on a trip with a spaceship. At that the cylindrical
yellow light became a silver saucer and instantly moved almost directly above him. [over a streetlight]. A door or hatch seemed to be opening, and the
witness was scared to death.
He said [again mentally] that he didn't want to be taken and please go away. The hatch then closed, the saucer became like light, and then "broke up
into smoke and disappeared", only to reappear some distance away. He and his dog [which never responded at all to this thing] were walking in the
direction of the now-distant light towards a small forested area. That thought gave him pause. Did he really want to walk the dog in the forest?
Mentally he thought: No you're not getting me to go in there. The light changed to the disk again and flew straight at him. This time he completely
panicked and screamed "NO!" out loud. Very near to apparently hitting him, the disk did its vanishing act again and reappeared in the distance.
Dog-walking was now low priority, and he ran back towards his house.
The disk however was not quite through and resolidified and parked over the house across the street. Running inside, he told his mother what had
happened, she of course not believing a word of it. Finally he convinced her to take a look. There the thing was, hatch open, and the craft vibrating.
His mom said: "Oh my!" The hatch closed, the saucer became light then smoke and was gone again as a distant light.
KLAMATH NATIONAL FOREST CASE
A rugged outdoorsman and writer for the San Francisco Chronicle, Tom Stienstra, was camping, fishing, and walking trails in the Klamath National
Forest usually encountering nothing but the wildlife. Going out a dead-end trail in their vehicle, he and his buddy were appalled to find they had a
flat tire and in the attempt to fix it, the jack broke. They knew they were, to put it in the vernacular, screwed.
But "immediately" [less than 20 seconds] of the jack breaking, an "ancient pickup truck" came from behind and out disembarked a man and a woman
dressed in Native American clothing and of astounding handsomeness. Without saying a word, they got a jack and changed the tire. They returned to
their truck, still no words, waved, drove past, and went on down the dead-end road ahead of them. Stienstra and his friend were flabbergasted but got
in their own vehicle and continued after [their helpers now out-of-sight somewhere up the road].
Stienstra drove on right to the dead end. Their helpers were nowhere in sight and there had been nowhere to egress from the road. Their trip to the
dead-end was only two minutes long--they were sure that they could not have missed them.
CASE : 2004 , Imlay City, Michigan.
A father and daughter were driving home at 1:09am. Things went normally on this familiar road for a while. Then, "the road ahead instantly fogged and
then immediately 'pixilated' back into clarity". Though clear, the road and surroundings were no longer recognizable. Both father and daughter noticed
the strangeness at once.
Perhaps having nothing to do with the rest of the experience, it was nevertheless true that a large number of animals [deer, skunk, raccoons, etc.]
were walking alongside and occasionally crossing the road. They kept driving until they bumped into a cross road with a sign informing them that they
were on an entirely different roadway and heading in the wrong direction.
With the precision of the engineer that he was, the father noted that they experienced no loss-of-time [for you "abductions" buffs] , but the
commonplace UFO quality of "no traffic at all" had been true of their strange odyssey. On arriving home both of them felt mildly sick to their
CASE Arizona mountains [in 1978] :
The woman reporting the "encounter" was a teacher at a college, and for purposes of this narrative went by the pseudonym "Dr. Jean Smith". She and her
husband were camping in Arizona and hiked into the mountains where nothing was to be heard except for the occasional calls of birds. "I was standing
in front of a wall of granite boulders of all sizes and shapes when all of a sudden I heard the most beautiful singing I have ever heard. There were
no words but the joyous music just kept on.
I stood there rooted to the spot, entranced, hardly daring, literally, to believe my ears. The music came from the boulders. I looked around, and as I
did it was as if I became a truly genuine part of the universe. I had the wonderful feeling of sharing or being shared with. It was as if the sky
above and the clouds, the breeze, the bushes--everything realized I could participate. I felt somehow as if I really belonged. All restlessness in me
was stilled and I was filled with a glorious sense of peace and love. all the while, the beautiful voices singing from the boulders kept on..I really
can't find the right words.No words can truly relate the wonder and joy of that time--the music, the singing kept on...
Her husband, meanwhile, was completely mystified. He couldn't hear the Music. All he could see was his entranced wife. He almost had to drag her away
from the spot, not knowing what was going on. "
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