posted on Jan, 3 2005 @ 03:53 PM
Abducted? Probably. By Aliens? Who knows?
All I know for certain is that from 1993 to 1996 I, my mother, and several friends, all experienced identical dreams on the same nights, a total of
three times. The dreams involved bizarre happenings which we all independantly described via drawing pictures (without first describing the dreams to
one another) and then comparing them, only to find that they were identical. We also all clearly recalled the location of these "dreams."
What makes absolutely no sense to me, is that a) the location turned out to be a seldom-used playground near a freeway that is difficult to access,
but which would presumably be highly visible from said freeway should anything abnormal have happened, as well as the parking lot of what appeared to
be a church of scientology, b) we all recalled seeing a street sign and we all agreed upon what it was, c) it was a location none of us had ever been
to, but that one of us lived only a few blocks from, and d) when we went to the street in question, we found the two locations from the "dreams" and
they were perfectly identical to what we remembered, in every detail.
It just struck me as odd, because you always hear about these strange events happening in rural or removed locations, and surely if there were
"flying saucers" involved, there would have been bright lights or something like that for people to see from the freeway.
Also, the thing that was consistent in each of the dreams, was a pressence of people that at the time reminded me of SWAT team officers.
Taking all of the above and putting it together, I've always struggled with the notion that (IF these dreams represented real experiences) these
"abductions" were carried out by (or atleast soley by) "aliens."
I've noticed similar inconsistencies in abduction literature as well. It just makes one wonder is all I'm saying.