posted on Apr, 5 2011 @ 05:39 AM
I don't know what to think about the "men in black" phenomenon.
I know that my family and I, who have all had abduction experiences together, came to the US once and were doing a road trip. One night we stopped to
spend the night in a hotel, I think it was in Arizona (somewhere in the desert).
We'd had a strange event with missing time and deplacement a day or two before.
We got a room, and I went about doing laundry while everyone rested inside. As I was going in and out to the laundry room, I was faced with a white
van like that which parked directly in front of the door to our room. The room being on the ground floor, I mean the back doors of the van, with
blacked out windows, was maybe two meters from the door.
In the front seats were two people, a man and a woman, wearing suits, not talking, not moving, and just staring straight ahead of them. The air
conditioning was running. What began to look strange was that they stayed there like that for THREE HOURS. When it started to get dark, they finally
turned off the air conditioing and got out fo the car. I was coming back from another trip to the laundry room, and watched them go upstairs, to the
room directly above ours. They didn't say anything to each other, and each carried a briefcase or some sort of case for equipment (not suitcases).
In the night, when we slept, I began to feel the beings approach, with the typical feeling of being paralyzed of restrained somehow. At that point, I
had been working on a sort of way of fighting it, and I was succcessful this time, and sat up. I looked over to find my (then three year old) son
sitting on the side of his bed staring ahead of himself. I said "What are you doing?" He said, in a dreamy flat voice without moving his eyes "I'm
going to go look." I said firmly, "Don't! Just go back to bed." It seemed to break his weird trancelike state.
He said okay and lay back down. But I stayed awake to keep an eye on everyone.
Now, I do not have any theory on what this men in black thing is about, I used to think it sounded incredibly stupid (but hell, the whole subject of
UFO's and aliens did too, before reality crumbled for us!).
I have no belief myself on what it is, but it struck me that it could be possible that certain government agencies might want to collect information
on this phenomenon. From where that van was in front of our door, they could have listening devices that could hear us talk through walls, very easily
(and from the room above as well).
From there, the theories could run further, but this seems plausible to me.....