I'm not normally into this type of stuff, but this site was suggested to me by someone (More on that later) and so I figured it can't hurt.
Recently my son, 7, has been refusing to play in the backyard alone anymore. He used to play in the backyard all day while my wife did chores and
what not in the house. She tries to make time to sit outside with him, but there just aren't enough hours in the day.
Anyways, when I got home she asked me to talk to him. When I asked him he just told me "It's scary" and left it at that. I went outside and
walked all around the house to make sure he nobody was trying to get into the yard (We have a 10 foot fence, I don't see how it's possible anyways).
This went on for a while until my wife asked me to do something about it. My brother has a German Sheppard he has been looking for a home for, so I
offered to take her off his hands. I figured it could keep him company outside, and if there was some weirdo lurking around, well, the dog would take
care of him.
Now here is the real kick in the head. I brought the dog to the back to bring porch to let her out, and she wouldn't go. She welped and I literally
had to push her to try to get her to go outside and she just wouldn't go. Now I knew something strange was going on.
I went and talked to my son again, and he told me about "shields" flying over the house. I was really confused and he showed me a Captain America
comic he had. He said they were like his shield, only they flew over the house.
When he was showing me I noticed some pictures he made, and one made my blood ran cold. I asked him what it was and he said he didn't know he just
drew a picture and this is what he made.
So the next few nights I went outside by myself for a few hours, and I'll be damned if I didn't see one of this shield things he was talking about.
It looked like one of those flying saucers from a cartoon or something.
I went into work and booked an appointment with the therapist we have on staff. I showed him the picture and asked him if the whole family was going
crazy. He asked me a couple questions, than assured me we were all sane, especially my son. But he did direct me to this site, and said he does a
lot of research into this type of stuff and our experience is not uncommon.
Anyways thats my story, thanks for reading. Here is the picture he drew if you all have any questions.
[edit on 8-21-2007 by Springer]