posted on May, 16 2011 @ 11:25 AM
Right, I wasn't planning on posting this incident, but may as well.
Copying this from a private msg sent shortly after the incident occurred last night.
"I've had a very disconcerting thing just happen. I live in the upper floor of a duplex, and followed my roommate out to the kitchen which overlooks
the small parking lot that lies at the end of a long, steep driveway.
He pointed out a vehicle that was be parked in the four vehicle lot. He asked me if I recognized the vehicle, which I didn't. The trunk opened and
closed, the headlights switched on.
I proposed we go outside to ascertain who the driver might be. It's 2AM here, you see. Our down-stairs neighbor was already on the porch, and appeared
to be as perplexed as we were.
The vehicle had to execute a three-point turn in order to get out of the driveway. It was almost silent, so I assume it was a hybrid. It was a black
late-model SUV-ish sedan with tinted windows . A very expensive looking rig with blue on white out of state plates.
So that was weird."
What I don't mention is the very real, and raw sensations of fear this incident caused. As my roommate pointed out, if surveillance was the object,
they went about it in a very obvious and ineffective manner. I must therefore conclude that if there was something nefarious afoot, the intended
effect was a psychological one. Intimidation.
Useful techniques for quieting fear:
Watching the clips posted on this thread a few times.
edit on 16-5-2011 by mistermonculous because: stuff.