posted on Mar, 30 2013 @ 09:12 AM
There is also a movie from 2012 called "Shadow People". I watched it last night. It claims to use real news footage and interview with the real
people involved, like the movie "The Fourth Kind." But like that movie, at the end of the credits bears the disclaimer that the people and story
are fictitious and any similarity.....you know," it's not real, sorry if you think it is" kind of thing.
There is a few things that seem real, and I looked them up. One is "sleep paralysis," the other "Sudden Nocturnal Death Syndrome" or SUNDS.
There is a "shadow man" mythology in SE Asia, and some immigrants who believed it were dying in their sleep, though perfectly healthy otherwise. It
was determined to be psychosomatic, as only believers died. They used "morgellons" as an example.
The sleep paralysis expert said something that perked my interest. I was always intrigued by the Ambrose Bierce story, "The Damned Thing." If you
are not familiar, people are dying gruesome deaths and it is figured to come from a monster which is a color that human eyes cannot see. In the
story, that made the monster invisible. I always wondered about that. Invisible would mean transparent, not another color. The sleep paralysis
points out that something seen only in another wavelength would appear to us as black, like a "shadow person" is claimed to be. Makes an