reply to post by Medieval1028
Number one...I believe in this sort of thing.
Number 2 I don't necessarily believe this fellow.
Not saying he is not telling the truth but, there are parts of the story that do not fit together or sound plausible to me. There are other parts that
are too patently "science fiction speak."
When his friend says "the big one is chasing us"...that is implausible to me.
If they saw what they saw I doubt either of them would be lingering or looking back... at least initially.
It would be an instantaneous forward motion bolt out of there and that would continue until you were in relative safety and THEN you might look back.
Turning a head around slows you down.
If the authorities said you have 10 minutes to leave or we are taking you in...this is again implausible.
Either the area is protected and there is concern you saw an ET or STE (subterranean entity) or not.
They should have hauled them both in for debriefing and to find out what they saw and how much they know.
If there are creatures down there..and someone/any high security military or what not, KNOWS about them, the area would be inaccessible to humans.
These two would not have gotten away without - not just a debriefing but all sorts of orders/demands never to disclose what they saw or lose their
lives or something. I don't think our military is above such threats.
Another thing was the statement to the effect of "I sensed some hostility or bad intentions surrounding the big one."
This sounds to me like a story made up so people can figure...hey it must have been a male and a female and naturally the male was aggressive. Too
predictable. What male and female STE are going to be hanging out together? The female would be home doing whatever their females do. I don't think
these two reptilian things were out on an afternoon stroll together and got lost.
Maybe another male creature and I'd have found that more believable.
Why wouldn't the female of the species send the exact same "feelings" of malevolence?
Too patently predictable. This is clearly assuming they are like humans i.e. the female is going to be less aggressive and kinder somehow. I kind of
Near the end... it sounds as if the teller of the tale is trying to rally an interest in spelunking.
Also sounds like he is trying to gather together a lynch mob.
It could be this fellow is just afraid to go into the cave himself now.
Maybe he (they) did see something they cannot describe and indeed want to go back in and check it out but they are afraid and want to garner interest
with this tall tale to get people psyched about joining them.
Just my impression. I can and have been wrong before.