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Unexplained feelings of dread and other strange incidents. (My personal story...)

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posted on Apr, 19 2011 @ 01:26 AM
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I was at work one night. (I work as a security-officer.) And I was assigned to a security-patrol unit on the east-side of town. Anyways, one night I was driving down the highway and I swear, all of a sudden I felt myself just kind of fall asleep. Like I just 'blacked out'. And I didn't realize it until I woke up what felt like seconds later but at the same time I had this really strange feeling like I was asleep for a long time. I don't know how to explain it. And I sure as hell wasn't sleepy because I slept most of the day and before I started my job that night I had gulped down like two 5-hour energy shots to make sure I stayed awake.

I don't remember exactly what time of night it happened. I want to say it was like midnight or so. Cant recall precisely. Anyways a few nights later after I had the 'blacking out' experience I was again doing the same job, assigned to patrol-unit, on my way to check the doors to the office building at a particular apartment complex I had assigned to my patrol-route. It was out of six different complexes I had to do the same thing with about three times a night. This was my first round at this particular apartment complex. Again it was close to midnight or so.

(BTW: The night I had my blackout experience as I call it was while I was driving by this particular area where the particular apartment complex was located alongside the highway.)

While I was checking the front doors to the leasing office building this black ford mustang pulls up nearby in the parking lot outside the building. The driver opened his window and shouted my name and I was like; "Huh?" (*thinks* who the hell are you?)

And then it dawned me; It was a coworker of mine. An off-duty sheriff's deputy accompanied by another off-duty sheriff's deputy, both of whom work for the private security firm I work for. I didn't recognize his car at first because I always saw him before driving a Toyota Camry and I forgot he had a mustang too. I remembered that the two were assigned to be stationed at the apartment complex I was patrolling through that night for about five or six hours or so.

The driver (whom I'll call "James") honks his horn as he yelled at me jokingly "what are you doing baboso?" (baboso is spanish for 'idiot' or 'retard' it's a slang word though) and I'm like; "uhh.. seeing about an upstairs two bedroom with a nice view?" as I walk over to talk to him and the other sheriff (whom I'll call Randy). And he tells me he didn't know I was doing east-patrol unit that night and that I should have called him to let him know so he could buy me a hamburger too (cuz him and the other sheriff bought hamburgers on their way over). And I told him I would have if I knew he was going to be stationed there. But anyways he tells me not to worry about stopping by that particular complex later since they were already there.

So then right when I'm about to leave. The two sheriff's, James and Randy, go inside the gate into the complex. I then get a phone-call. It's from James. He called me to tell me to come inside the gate into the complex and help them with something. (They had caught a strange looking person trespassing onto the property. He looked like a vagrant. He came in right when I was leaving and they were showing up.) I go inside and they have the person standing up against the side of the mustang with his hands on the hood of it. I go over to help them out. They questioned the guy and asked what apartment he was going to and he gave a random number to an apartment. A number which the guy had made up. (He said apartment 115. and every single apartment number at those apartments was a four digit number so we knew for sure he was lying) And the area where we found him walking through was within near vicinity to a building where we heard a rumor of an apartment somewhere in there was dealing dope.

And so anyways James is checking the man's ID, and running him for warrants over his radio. Randy's patting the man down for weapons. And James, he asks me to search the mans bag that he had for any weapons. I'm about to search the bag and all of a sudden I felt the hairs on the back of my neck stand up and I just felt this overwhelming sense of dread/fear hitting me out of nowhere. As best as I can describe it's like something was giving me the creeps. I felt my eyes go wide and I was just staring off into space. Like in a daze or daydreaming or something. I can't explain it really.

And I was like this for what seemed like a minute or so. I had the man's bag in my hand, getting ready to search it and James looked at me and I heard him say 'search the bag'. Then I was like 'huh?' And he told me two more times to search the bag. And so finally I searched it and there were no weapons or drugs in the bag. Long story short we let the man go and give him CTW (criminal trespass warning). He leaves and then james pulls me aside and asks me "what's wrong with you? are you okay?" and my only response was "I don't know." And so he asks me again "are you sure you're okay? you look like something's wrong with you." And I say 'yeah i'm fine. I think." And he's like; "If you're feeling sick or something I can call junior and ask him to send somebody to fill in for you." (junior is our boss, we call him junior as a nickname) I tell him no that it was okay. He asked me again if I was sure. And I said yes.

So when I get on my car and take off I happen to glance at the clock in my car and I didn't think anything of it at first but my clock read; "1:11". This is something else that's been happening to me a lot. Majority of the time whenever I look at a clock it's not uncommon for me to look at it and it's reading double numbers (ie: 1:11 or 4:44 or 12:12, etc). So I'm driving to my next property I have to hit up and I get that same feeling again. Feelings of dread or like as if I was scared of something but I didn't know what. It was like I was just scared for no reason. It was weird. And I felt like this for about an hour or so and afterward it went away completely. I still don't know what it was.

Some other weird things have been happening too. I'll get into it later though. I'm tired right now.




posted on Apr, 19 2011 @ 01:37 AM
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Could be lots of reasons.

With the black out/lost time episodes, it might be good to talk to a doctor, just to ensure that it isn't something physiological.


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posted on Apr, 19 2011 @ 01:41 AM
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i get feelings of dread and not visions but imagine real nasty things happening to either me and people around me, much like those movies final destination. its horrible. i can lie in bed and still feel real nervous and scared as if i couldnt stop myself if i wanted to jump off a cliff. im just lucky i can disguise it and no one else can know what im thinking but i am very certain my time is coming when i wont be able to stop ppl seeing it and the thoughts compleltly deblitatiing me to the point where i wont be able to stop thinking or myself

things such as at a shopping centre falling over the railing, cars smashing into people as they walk across the road
things involving teeth, social issues fights, king hits etc

anyone else get these things?

# didnt read the end part just skimmed , ive been having the clock things too
also 2 36, thats one of my favs
can see double times when ever i want
its not a gift more so a happy annoyance

we must do something good with being able to will times
something must come from it other then having a little chuckle to ourselves!

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posted on Apr, 19 2011 @ 02:02 AM
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Yes, I get these feelings and thoughts constantly. Everytime I'm driving, working, playing at the beach, sleeping, it doesn't seem to matter. I always see my surroundings and my mind fills with 50 different scenerios of death and/or destruction that could happen. I have never liked those Final Destination movies because I feel it 'worsens' the things I already 'see'. I have had this happen for as long as I have momories. When I was little I often thought the things were really happening and so have grown into a big giant chicken walking around scared all the time. It sucks.



posted on Apr, 19 2011 @ 07:58 AM
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i think its healthy that you are aware of those things but its not healthy if it stops u from living
id much rather be aware than not aware
i feel those clock things are signs of "go with what u are thinking at that point in time" a significant jolt from the universe to say "you are on track,you are going the right way"
be smooth in your motions and it should all be alright
its when you start to panic and make new waves that u go under...



posted on Apr, 19 2011 @ 08:15 PM
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Yeah. I'll be seeing my doctor tomorrow and talking about it with him. Also I got to see about getting some anti-inflammatory drugs to treat a sprained ankle I have but that's a different story.

And it can't be the five hour energy I take because five hour energy never does anything like that to me.

But anyways. Also kind of unrelated but this is true too. An apartment complex I use to work at, doing security for, is haunted. I had a coworker who was there tell me he saw a ghost walk across the parking-lot. Pretty much the whole complex is haunted from what I heard.



posted on Apr, 19 2011 @ 10:48 PM
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I get panic attacks and undefined feelings of dread pretty regularly, but with your missing time episodes, you should probably (a) research alien abduction and (b) also get checked to be sure you aren't having seizures, in case it is a physical problem. What you described sounds more like the classic alien abduction/missing time experiences I have read about.

Good luck, I hope it stops!



posted on Apr, 19 2011 @ 11:30 PM
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I was thinking the same thing. About the alien-abduction part. Is there a way I can look/check into that? I guess to see if that's a possibility?




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