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An energy glitch within a room’s auditory.

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posted on Aug, 19 2007 @ 07:09 PM
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Gday,

Over the weekend I was having a few drinks with a mate.
His place is a share house situated above a chemist on a busy intersection.
It was about 1 am on the 18 August (Australia) when reclining on his new couch I started to hear a strange effect with my speech. It was when I was talking I noticed a low quality microphone effect.
I initially thought it was some kind of sound wave interference similar to when you speak into a blowing fan.
We are musicians and I had just finished jamming on my guitar so I concluded the source of the effect to be the guitar amplifier.
After reclining for a bit I decided to sit up and test my speech auditory and to my surprise it was fine.
I turned off the amp and sat back down reclining again.
The effect was back!
I started to freak out a bit and decided to sit on another chair.
The effect was gone.

The next day I contemplated what had happened and was feeling quite weird.
It felt as if when reclined on that chair in that position within my mate’s apartment I was situated in some kind of vortex.

I realised later the owner of the chemist died the week before under his room.
I still have no idea what is going on as the rest of the weekend was extremely weird.




posted on Aug, 20 2007 @ 12:00 AM
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That's pretty creepy. Haven't heard of anything quite like that before. What did the chemist die of?



posted on Aug, 20 2007 @ 12:50 AM
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Originally posted by TechnoFan21
That's pretty creepy. Haven't heard of anything quite like that before. What did the chemist die of?


Heart Attack..
This is not the only death in the building apparently,
My mate said another person died in his room before he moved in.
It’s quite weird as I was convinced of the feeling of stepping in and out of reality when I sat up and then reclined.



 
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