posted on Apr, 18 2011 @ 10:46 PM
esqONE, the dread is very real. Trust me, this is coming from experience. I do not frighten easily at all, but there are moments and times that have
made me literally stop dead in my tracks paralyzed, walk away followed by running away in complete panic for my life, feel things physically, and
I'll say this, it could have easily gotten worse than what you experienced if you would have continued - no joke. Your fear could literally
overwhelm you in sheer panic, paralyze you, and maybe even make you black out. Also your fear coupled with hers would have just fed off of each
other. Sometimes the feelings suddenly go away and all is well, but other times it just builds and there is nothing to do but leave in a hurry. Just
turning the car around I bet was horrible, probably the feeling of things getting even closer to the car, things right at the window looking in, she
probably sped out of there in a hurry after the ole' 3-point turnaround.
The power station/electric field may have had a small part to play in it, but only in the sense that it electrically charged you a bit more than usual
thus making you even more sensitive to your surroundings. It certainly wasn't the cause for "the dread" at all.
I'll close with a suggestion, but follow at your own risk as I'm actually a fear junkie, and strangely enjoy experiencing these moments sometimes -
as weird as it may sound. It really makes me feel alive, during and after the experience. I suggest you and a female friend drive down the "true"
cemetary road (in the dead of night of course) and park the car about half a mile from the gate on the side of the road. Then walk the remainder of
the way with her at your side, you can take flashlights if you want. Make your way all the way there on foot, and past the gate, and tell us what you
Thanks for the thread, S & F!