posted on Apr, 5 2012 @ 02:58 PM
The disappearing object thing happens to me a lot, mostly small things.
I've noticed something really quite odd about it - if it happens and I show frustration, and often I do to the point where I search the house in a
verbal frenzy, I don't find the object that's gone missing. The angrier I get about it the longer it seems to take me to find whatever's gone
I posted about this before in a thread about missing plectrums/guitar picks, some took it seriously and others just found it rather mundane...it is
mundane but it still happens a lot - mostly plectrums, but seems to happen with objects I really want or need at that moment in time. For example, I
could be sitting here writing something on a piece of paper, set it down on a table and remember doing so vividly, go to the bathroom and return
within a minute or two and the pen for instance will be gone...I'll search a bit, find nothing...it gets to the point I'm literally tearing my room
apart shouting things like "there's nowhere it could have possibly gone!" etc. Like most people I've a plentiful stash of pens or whatever but the
point is you know it was there and there's nowhere it could have gone.
More bizarre is when I drop something and it completely vanishes, I sat on my bed with a guitar and dropped my pick one night and it vanished...I
looked everywhere, practically got undressed, looked in my shoes and even crawled about the practically bare floor and found nothing, things have also
disappeared from inside my pocket.
Sometimes it will happen and I'll perhaps be in a better mood or lighthearted frame of mind...and simply laugh it off, and it's these times I find
the missing object almost instantly.
Other than that I've never seen any entities, nothing has ever really happened. I once heard a really deep, guttural sigh, almost a yawn, it was
slow, low and kind of gritty...but sounded kinda sad like someone a bit fed up, I was just drifting to sleep at the time and the instant I heard it I
woke and froze, it seemed to continue for a brief moment after I awoke and became aware, but I always sort of just assumed or hoped it were a dream,
or that perhaps I did hear something like maybe a member of my family yawning or something and it came through kinda distorted because I was half
Another thing I get a lot is the feeling that my bed is shaking or vibrating as I'm drifting to sleep, I discount these things though since it's
probably nothing more than the start of a dream or something of that nature, I have some odd dreams and have posted about some of them and so am
dubious to anything I see or hear when I'm sleeping, whether it wakes me up or not - the things disappearing is very real indeed and I find it
difficult to hide my frustration at times when it happens.
It's the only thing I can relate to with regards to your story, I dunno how I'd react if I saw what you did, a part of me thinks I'd be terrified,
another part of me thinks I'd perhaps be more intrigued as it didn't appear to show any malicious intent or anything like that.
Cool story, though, elaborate and lot's of detail - sounds sincere and you seem like a well-grounded and logical chap. Enjoyed reading it, cheers.