posted on Dec, 14 2010 @ 11:18 AM
Originally posted by iAnjo
The other day, I went for a normal 2 mile jog while listening to some music and felt good after wards.
During the jog, my music slowed down. I stopped and sat, and it still slowed down. I restarted the iPod and everything was fine, so I tested out my
music and finished my jog.
After a while, when the Jog was over, I started to listen to my iPod again, and the music, out of nowhere, slowed down again. Every single time the
iPod slowed down, no one was around me, but time felt so slow.
I don't know what really happened, but it felt weird. And no, I didn't pass out or collapse or anything, it's not that.
It hasn't happened since.
I had something like this happen to me a few years ago and reading your post piqued my interest. I was just out of High School and working at a local
car wash. It was winter, so when the car went into the wash bay, we closed the door behind it. In the wash bay was myself and two other co-workers.
Shortly after we closed the door behind the customers car, I experienced what I can only describe as a slow down in time. For what seemed like only a
few seconds, everything slowed. The wash brushes seemed to be in slow motion, my actions felt slowed, the car moving through the bay was barely
moving, and even the sounds seemed slow if that makes any sense. I remember looking at one of my co-workers and we made eye contact, but it had a
surreal feel to it. Then, as soon as it started, it stopped and everything seemed like it snapped back to normal. We finished the car and returned to
the office area to wait for the next customer. We all just sat for a few minutes without saying a whole lot, but I couldn't resist, and asked the
question. " What happened in there?" You could feel the tension leave the room as we all at that point realized that, yes, something did happen and we
were all aware of it. After a few minutes of talking and generally being freaked out, another co-worker who was off that day walked past the office
window and peered in, looking puzzled. When he came in the door, he was visibly taken aback, and said "where did you guys come from?" I asked what he
meant, and he said that when he looked in the office window there wasn't anybody in there, but when he came through the door, there we were. This made
a unsettling event even more so.
For about three days after this, my life just seemed a little out of alignment if you will. Like I was a little bit unsettled, confused at times,
thinking i was seeing things that were out of place, etc...
My question for the OP is this, Since this happened to you, have you noticed anything else strange in your daily life? Was there any immediate event
right after it happened that was puzzling to you?
Thanks for humoring me with this admittedly odd story, but it is an event that will remain with me the rest of my life.
edit on 14-12-2010 by
ElBraapo because: spelling