a reply to: douglas5
The wierdest experiences were the "abduction" type which happened to me and my family- but that was before I had a computer and access to the
internet.... so at the time, I could not go online and look anything up. Though I did later, after it wasn't happening anymore.
But the weird event that did happen after I did so (and after I described my experiences online), and that really made me think along lines of
conspiracy, happened while on a vacation.
I don't remember where it was- we did a big car trip (me, my husband, and our three kids), part of which consisted of going through a few states,
seeing Las Vegas, the Grand Canyon, Monument Valley, and on down into Tucson, where I have family.
At one point, we checked into a hotel for the night, somewhere in the desert. We got our keys to our room and settled ourselves in it. Very quickly, a
big white van with the rear windows tinted black pulled up in front of our door. It was backed in, so that the rear of the van was only about four or
five feet from the door. I had to get out to do some laundry in the hotel laundryroom, and it was very uncomfortable to squeeze between the door and
It had the motor running, I assumed for airconditioning, because there were two people sitting in the front seats. A man and a woman, with no
particular distinguishing characteristics, just sitting there facing forward, not looking at each other or speaking.
As I did loads of laundry, a couple of hours passed, and the van remained, with the motor running the whole time!
When it was dark, (about 9 PM or so) as I was retrieving the last of my laundry, I came back to find the motor finally off, and the car empty. But
immediately above our room, I watched the couple (both in dark nondescript suits) going silently into the room above ours. The woman was carrying a
That night, I had the same type of "paralyzing" experience I had had in the past when "abduction" experiences had happened- but as I had developed
what I felt was a way to "fight" it and escape the grip of this force, I was intent on doing so and woke up.
My youngest son (three, at that time) was sitting up on the edge of the other bed, silently staring in front of him in the dark. I asked, "What are
"Just....looking" he said in an trance-like way.
I told him to go back to sleep, and he immediately lay back down.
In the morning, the van was gone.
Perhaps it isn't clear, in my description, how very unatural and weird these two people seemed, and the unerving way they seemed to be "watching" (or
listening) to us. But it was something like the accounts I've heard from people who had "men in black" experiences. These people sat there in front of
our door in the mysterious van for HOURS, then went above our room with no suitcases or luggage
- just this strange briefcase, and in suits, in
the middle of the desert in summer.
This youngest son of mine had been one of the most traumatized by the abduction stuff- we'd had to get some help from the institute of Dr. Mack for
him. At two years of age, he was telling us that the beings that would come get him at night in their "flying car" had told him they had helped make
him, through "cutting little eggs" and putting stuff in them.
This made me start to wonder if they could have been some sort of government agents... perhaps they investigate people who have had abduction
experiences, and found me because of what i exposed on the net?
This led to all other types of questions- do they have technology that can induce specific mental states or paralyzing type of effects? Can they
perhaps erase memories, or instill false ones?
I found out they do.
Then a man pointed me to look into my family history, to see if I had family members involved in past governmental experimentations... that was when I
found out about both my grandfathers having been at Los Alamos and claiming they were involved in secret testing and development.
That led to following conspiracy theories around all kinds of programs our government was involved in secretly, and the claims that they also follow
up and observe the children and grandchildren of the test subjects, to observe possible genetic effects from them.
What I found was a lot of really probing questions, and possibilities, but no firm answers. So I eventually just walked away with my unknowns.
There are lots of weird things I have experienced in life, but that is what led me to conspiracy theories....
ETA- I haven't thought about this in a long time... it is funny, that son is 20 now, and in a program to become a fighter pilot, but struggling to
decide whether he will do that or be a physicist, (physics is his major and passion). If his stories were just fantasy, they sure seem to have
influenced the formation of his personality....
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