posted on Aug, 6 2009 @ 12:11 AM
reply to post by ravenshadow13
My hometown has a very important Federal building, and nearby military base (which presumably makes sure that nothing happens to the building), and so
I saw a few "UFOs" when I was growing up. A couple of them were seen by other people and so I trust that we did
see something strange. One
night, though, I took a photo of a sighting and didn't look at it for several years. It just sat in a file cabinet. When I finally went back and
looked at it, it looked nothing
like I remembered. It was obviously a conventional aeroplane, which just happened to be flying low to the
ground, making the lights seem more impressive.
The point is that I think you're right. Over time, your memory changes to fit the reality that you want to have experienced. It's our brains way of
trying to do us a favor, I guess.
Some people probably claim to have seen this elusive evidence just to look cool, but I think that most people probably believe what they're saying.
And I think that, in some cases, people have
seen this evidence. Some people probably have the evidence, in some of these cases, but are afraid
to post it on the web.
[edit on 6-8-2009 by theWCH]