posted on Apr, 16 2016 @ 02:24 PM
Well, I guess I'll report that after weeks of nothing strange, yesterday, while staring out my open front door I heard three distinct knocks on it...
so distinct I even heard two knuckles hitting the door with a slight space between the strikes.
I was sure a neighbor was out of sight off the porch, reaching over my railing to knock to say "hi" (and probably ask to borrow money, sigh) and took
the one step out to greet them, and nobody was there that I could see... anywhere.
Now, either I'm in the midst of a true psychotic episode, I'm simply very wrong or something weird happened. No drugs were involved, no thoughts of
the unknown where my mind might've reached out with a psi effect... none of the usual suspects.
It was breezy and that causes sounds.. .like objects bumping the house, etc., but in this case I was so close and facing the door where the sounds
came from... it startled me... more so than even some of the other weird things that have occurred for some reason.
Trying to reproduce the sound made me think the "maybe knuckles" were smaller than my own... dunno... one more odd thing.
Oh and hi y'all... and Johnb, that Keel quote is an oldie and goodie... until my 'secret spaceman' considerations I was on board supposing all UFOs
were less machine than system and/or spirit... now I think both are "reasonable" guesses... and could be occurring concurrently... with the only link
being unknown thingamajigs in the sky.
eta: and as far as BF. Yeti and other humanoid cryptids ... I have had some Anthro profs who swore they were "real" enough and showed me the "secret"
drawer at the UofAz with scat, hair and detailed footprint casts replete with dermal ridges back in the late 80's ... they also said they had observed
a "tribe" in the US NW woodlands and certain folks knew all about them and had a "hands off" approach due to reasons they wouldn't elaborate on...
that said, how nothing solid/provable has been secured i the public realm makes me think some "woo" aspect to them isn't out of the question... ever
read Tony 'Doc' Shiel's work on monsters in the 70's? He, too, thought it was all magical/trickster oriented.
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