posted on Aug, 2 2008 @ 11:57 PM
reply to post by concretezombie
Thanks, great questions. Relaxing and letting myself go back and revisit those times I realize that it was way beyond my capabilities at that age to
know if it was time being effected. You have brought excellent points to the table for me to look at; here’s the best recollections of the events I
can give you to help us find the solution:
It felt as though the whole world suddenly went silent, Mom’s radio, the fan, the cicadas, all the regular sounds of my environment were gone;
Mom and Dad, my sisters, my brother, our dog, our cat Pinky were all out for the count no matter what I did. I remember pulling the covers off of my
parents several times and throwing my body on top of theirs tugging their arms, yelling at them, crying at them, and then hitting them. Their bodies
were not frozen as in “stiff” it was more like they were in a sleep that nothing could wake them from. When it was clear I could not wake them I
would drape one of their arms around me.
I could move objects around as usual i.e. the rocks which I initially tried with the slingshot did not have enough force to do much damage. Then I
tried to just throw the rocks and had better success but still not enough to deter the visitors. And also one time I managed to slide Dad’s shotgun
out from under their bed but could not lift it high enough.
Time being frozen? I thought that was what it was, a few posters stated it as a possible theory and I agreed with them, but wow, you are making some
great points and I’m rethinking it now.
Thanks and not so thanks, now I’ll have this stuck in my head all night trying to figure it out,
[edit on 8/3/2008 by seentoomuch]