posted on Nov, 15 2009 @ 08:24 PM
This thread is so long, I've just got to page 14! I read this thread a while ago, a few months actually, and just stumbled back on it.
Recently, maybe 4 or 5 weeks ago, I was visiting a friend in Virginia. It wasn't late out, maybe 7, and I'd just made it back to the metro station
where my sister was going to pick me up.
She was running late, though, and I ended up staying until 8:30. My cell phone was low on charge, so I had to go outside because I didn't trust my
phone would receive the text message she would send me when she got there. (It often gets text messages late, and a call would kill it's charge)
So, I quickly looked outside through the window to see if many people were out there.
There weren't many people at all standing at the place where cars come to pick people up.
In fact, when I went outside, I looked and saw no one standing in the middle strip. But, when I went to go stand there, I noticed what looked like a
young man in... normal clothing, but fashionable. A plaid shirt that was slightly open, shoulder-length black hair. I was curious.
Asian men are my cup of tea. I jokingly thought that, and was surprised when after seeing him a bit, I noticed he /was/ Asian. He was pacing back and
forth, and I know he noticed me looking at him. He looked at me a moment.
He approached me then, and asked me if he could use my phone. I thought about it for a second. He could steal it, and on top of that it was already
dieing. I let him use it. He then dialed a number and waited, dialed another number.
From the sound of it, he was stranded. He explained the whole ordeal to his 'friend' on the line 'drunk grandpa, not picking me up, no money for
bus, no bus to house even if i had money' And then gave it back to me saying, "Your phone died."
I relaxed and then after a moment, he came back. He ... I don't remember what he first said, but he just came over and stood next to me. He explained
exactly what he'd said to his friend, to me. He asked my name, and I just told him. I regretted that the second I told him. He also asked where I was
coming from and why I was there.
It wasn't just because he was Asian, that I told him. Yes, I was attracted, but I just felt I had to. I'm not intimidated by strangers or men. It
wasn't even sympathy. I offered him a ride if my sister would allow it and he thanked me... but I feel he knew I would offer.
Eventually my sister arrived and she drove him although she was very suspicious of him. The man told us where he worked and began giving us
directions. Throughout the ride, it was mostly quiet. But, ...
Whenever I began to think, 'This man is strange.' anything along the lines of 'vampire' I would hear him laugh. My sister didn't notice. A small
He said he was 21, and asked many questions about us.
We eventually got to his workplace. He invited us to have ice cream where he worked, directed at me. My sister wouldn't allow it even if I wanted to,
and she answered no.
He shook my hand, shook my sisters hand. He then, deliberately, put a hand on my shoulder and said, "Thank you," and then my name.
I later checked my phone and the call he made that had him speaking for minutes, was only seven seconds.
I figure he wanted to kill my phone's charge. I feel almost as if this was a meeting that I was going to experience in one way or another. The fact
that he was Asian only makes it even more strange. I don't openly drool, but he just appeared. There was plenty of lighting in that area, I would
have seen a young man dressed in those clothes.
Prior to that I've also had many strange dreams. He was eerily alike the man in them. I don't know, but he was either a killer/thief/some type of
criminal, a person that needed a ride, or something else.
I find it hard to believe that he genuinely didn't have a ride since that call was only seven seconds long. Also, I just remembered: I had a distinct
pain in my neck, mostly when wondering about him, during the car ride.