reply to post by FoxfilesMulder
I have a scenario here.
Lets just say that one day, this sort of thing happens to you. Lets say that you did everything by the book. Went inside, got your camera, got all
the footage necessary. Then you went inside, wrote down all the dates and times necessary. Then you decided to call the police, media, and even get
At this point, you decide to make a decision. To share it with others so that they could know the truth. But here's the deal, only 1% of them will
believe, while the other 99% seem to take your story as an insult to their belief system and world-views. They repeat the same questions and want to
know everything all the way down to the color of underwear you had on, which, you provide because you want to share.
Here's the next thing that happens. As opposed to sharing this wonderful experience that you had with others whom you felt deserved the truth, you
end up having to defend your story, honor, integrity, will, and FAMILY against a barrage of attacks that you never saw coming. In your heart and
mind, YOU know that you're telling the truth, you know that something amazing has occurred that you cannot explain...Meanwhile, your story and your
experience end up taking the back seat to the extreme character assassination that follows suit.
My guess is this. Those who have had amazing and genuine experiences are probably far too frightened to ever share the truth with you because they
see how you choose to react to others who are attempting to share their story.
I pray that nothing extraordinary ever happens to any of you because ultimately, you will be subject to the same burn down that you choose to do to
others when information like this comes forward.
I am not saying that this kid is telling the truth, but, I don't think he was ever given a fair chance to do so.
edit on 13-3-2011 by Qcuailon because: to add