posted on Apr, 24 2011 @ 08:09 PM
Hey brothers and sisters,
First thread, so bear with me.
Well, I was watching some local news the other night, and a story caught my eye. It was a story about a car accident that happened in downtown Lincoln
Nebraska. Apparently, a couple cars were involved, which caused one of them swerving off the road at a high speed, directly at the glass shop windows
of a busy Subway. All the customers and witnesses say that all they remember was a silver SUV heading towards the front of the store, and
unexplainably the vehicle ends up changing direction, in a split second and only hits a small wall causing very little damage.
Now, the things that caught my attention was, for starters, the fact that not one eyewitness can explain or remember seeing the vehicle change
direction, nor do they know when or how it happened. One guy (the shop owner) says he 'thinks' it hit a median and changed direction, but wasn't
sure. Other eyewitnesses haven't a clue as to what happened.
The fact that, by watching the video, you can tell that it would have been a massacre if the vehicle would have continued on its original path. Right
through the shop front, wiping out everything. But, somehow...and without a gang full of witnesses seeing, it changed. Crazy if you ask me.
Now i'm not sure if this would be considered a time slip, or if that just seems to be the flavor of the week. So, im requesting some brainstorming
here by some fellow thinkers. Thanks for bearing with me here on my terrible writing skills, but I had to throw this out there.