I became interested in all things unusual, paranormal, iintriguing and NWO etc. way back in the 50's. Now that might give away my age a bit. The
interest has certainly escalated in recent years as I see my early beliefs coming into play in the world arena. I can't wait to explore this new
world here on this site.
When I was 4 years old I was living in a suburb of Adelaide South Australia and this was 1947 (the year of the "UFO flap" remember that anyone?) I
went outside and around the corner of the house on the drive way and was astounded to see a huge black "Bird" thingy in the driveway of the house
opposite. It didn't have wings or shoulders and certainly didn't have a beak.. I just didn't know what to make of it so my brain said it was a
bird. It was over 6 foot tall. It had a glass face all striated like a "Motor bike headlamp" (my uncle had a harley so I knew what they looked
like) As I watched and took a step forward, this thing copied me and took a step forward. This happened all the way to the front gate opposite. I
was at the end of the house and almost in the front garden by then. I suddenly freaked out as I realised it was probably going to come through the
neighbour's gate and I ran screaming around the back of the house. My mother came straight out and I blubbered on about the big bird. She went over
the narrow road where the thing had been (now disappeared) and the teenage daughter was at home doing her piano practice. She knew nothing of what
Mum was saying. For years I didn't know what to make of that experience till I was reading an UFO mag and read an article by Dr John Mack who was
relating about one of his clients seeing exactly the same thing even describing the glass visor. She told Dr Mack it was an alien robot!! So I
started my journey from the age of 4 and now you all probably can work out my age.
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