posted on May, 24 2015 @ 09:01 PM
Personally I'd include the Pulaski incident for what the witness experienced afterwards.
"The animals were acting scared, and Stephen's dog was tracking something which no one could see at the edge of the woods. Suddenly Stephen began
rubbing his head and face and looking as though he were about to faint. Several people approached him, but he threw them off, growling like an animal
and flailing his arms. His own dog ran towards him and Stephen attacked the dog.
Two of the investigators also experienced some feelings of lightheartedness and difficulty in breathing at this point.
Stephen continued running around, growling and swinging his arms, and then collapsed in a manured area, face-down. He lay there for a time, then
began to come to himself, and said, "Get away from me. It's here. Get back." Sulfur-like odor was noticed. Stephen and the group got away from the
area, but Stephen kept mumbling that he would protect the group. He said he saw a man in a black hat and cloak, who told Stephen, "If Man doesn't
straighten up, the end is near." The man also told Stephen, "There is a man here now, who can save the world."