posted on Aug, 6 2009 @ 12:08 PM
There’s just something magical about sitting around a warm campfire blazing beneath a cool star speckled night sky. I simply love it, and here
recently that’s exactly what a couple friends and I did after an amazing mountain bike ride. We pitched the tents, built a fire ring, gathered the
wood, and cooked up some chili. As we sat around the fire eating our chili and cornbread, while sipping a little wine, some pretty amazing stories
began to unfold. The topics were of a wide variety; Steve told us about some incredible stories when he used to experiment with astral projection,
and Jon shared amazing tales about a prodigy he knew that was involved in reverse engineering alien technology, personal accounts about angels, and
frightening sagas concerning demons . I guess you could say that we talked about everything you’d find here on ATS, but the only difference was that
we didn’t ask for second or third party information to support their story. I KNOW my friends, and they know me. We trust one another and the
thought of lying just to tell a great tale is simply something we’d NEVER do.
Now, here is your opportunity to share your camp fire story. Perhaps you’ve started a thread on it already. That’s fine… POST IT HERE ANYWAY. I
plan on doing it myself. If you want to post the link to it also, go ahead, but post the story.
I plan on posting the stories that Steve told us since he isn’t registered on ATS, and probably never will, and Jon will certainly share his, so
please feel free to share without reservation. No matter how crazy the story, just share it…
… Now just sit back and imagine yourself seated comfortably in a dark forest of aspen and ponderosa pine softly lit by the glowing moon and the
dotted starry night sky. Off in the distance you see a vast open grassy field spread out before the colossal silhouette of a tree covered mountain.
There is a slight cool bite in the air, but it’s nothing that the warmth of the blazing fire before you can’t easily ward off. Occasionally you
hear the distant bugle of a majestic bull elk, and your spine tingles as you imagine the noise you just heard in the woods may have been a burly black
bear or a hungry cougar. You’ve just heard some stories about ghosts, UFO’s and secret op’s…
… now it’s your turn.