posted on Nov, 19 2019 @ 10:49 AM
a reply to: Flyingclaydisk
Probably not quite the reply you were looking for.
When I was 12, in 1984. My home town (at the time), Watford were in the FA Cup final in 1984 playing against Everton. As expected, everybody in the
town was watching it, either at home or in the pub. Although not a huge fan of football, i watched it too. Towards the end of the match Everton had
quite clearly won, and to me it didn't seem that Watford would pull it back from being 2-nil down. So I went outside to play...
There was not a soul out. No cars could be heard, lorrys nor buses. Even the birds were silent. A very odd experience indeed. In later years i
watched the Stephen King film, The Langoliers. That film reminded me of those few minutes of complete silence, as if the entire world had stopped. I
couldn't imagine how you would re-create that moment in time to experience the utter silence i felt that afternoon, especially in a inhabited area of