posted on Dec, 24 2010 @ 09:08 PM
I was just talking to my sister about a strange phenomenon in the town we used to live in, and I thought if anyone had ideas to explain it, it would
be people on this forum. This is just one of many "strange" events in my life, but I'm not sure if it's connected to anything else. When I was in
college, there was a house I walked past almost every day to get to the bus stop. It had tall hedges in front of it, hiding the front of it, and
sometimes there was a new-looking car parked outside. Every time I walked past this particular house, I would get what I can only describe as a
"zapping" sensation in my head, with a sort of electrical buzzing, like a mild shock to my brain. Two of my siblings had the same experience every
time they walked past this house, but I don't think we ever brought it up to anyone else, because, well, it sounds a little tin-foil-hat-crazy,
doesn't it? If anyone else in the neighborhood noticed it, they also kept it to themselves. None of us were on any medication at the time, and I have
never felt anything else like it. It has only happened to me when walking past that particular house. There was nothing peculiar about the house
except for the high hedges in front - no more electrical wires going to it than any other house in the neighborhood, that I could see. No cell phone
towers nearby (this was the late 90s).
So...What could cause this? I could feel a buzzing in my head getting close to the house, and then it would happen just when we'd reach a certain
point in front of the house - zap! But if we went a block out of the way, it wouldn't hit us, whatever it was. What do you think they were doing in
there? I never saw who lived there. Meth lab...?