posted on Jul, 10 2013 @ 07:55 PM
I was out walking in my neighborhood a few years back when I saw a big metallic cigar shaped "craft" in the air. It was not as far up as an
airplane, but not tree top low either. Could very well have been quite a big craft, its hard to say sometimes. It flew at a constant speed straight
over our part of town. Not very fast at all and it was very visible. I saw it for at least 2-3 minutes.
It didn't look like any type of blimp. The thing is, it could very well have been some weather balloon or something I don't know about that is
perfectly normal. And I think it probably was, but it sure wasn't normal to me. And it shouldn't have been to anyone else either. I have lived in
this town my whole life and never ever seen anything like it before, so I shouldn't have been the only one to react on it. But I was. (we have
airfields and military bases pretty close by, and PR blimps doesn't exist here either).
I followed it on foot for a while, and around me was maybe a dozen people walking, talking, doing what they normally do. Not one person reacts on the
craft hanging over their heads.
So to really make people notice it, I walked while looking up, shading the sun from my eyes with my hand, saying out loud, "what is that thing?".
Anyone would at that point normally look at me, then try to make out what I am trying to spot up in the air. But not one person reacted. Everyone was
behaving like robots. It's not that they looked at the craft and ignored it, they never even bothered. Yet, it was such a strange sight. If your are
living in a small town and see a Ferrari parked somewhere, someone is bound to stop and look at it for a while. But no.
And after that I often wonder how our human mind really works. Do we normally behave like that? Like if you would stick your face really close to an
anthill and not one ant would bother.
I don't know, but the thing is that the strange thing wasn't the craft itself. It was the lack of reactions from people.