Hi,,my first thread and please pardon my spelling..
This is no proof in the least but quite spooky.
Very strange things happened there back in 1955.
I watch a lot of spooky stuff,,,and this may seem cheezy to some,,, but this really spooked me...
If it was true,,I sense more demonic here because it was like teasing or a game...??
Why do they always come at night to???
But I hope some enjoy,,,I enjoyed but spooked from it...and pretty good acting...
Start at 8 minutes in if your not patient,,,lol
Sum it up,,it starts after 8 minutes into the video,,,a strange creature walks up to a farm house and and scares them,,they shoot it,,and then it
harasses them,,,they were unsure if it was 1 or or a few of them.
Quite interesting either way...To me,,, I hope it was a hoax???
Yes,,no proof and ZERO to debate.
Smile and enjoy...
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The unknown is always scary. Having experienced some things myself I can tell you that when you are in the presence of a spirit that you actually
cannot see... that is about as scary as it gets. Even your body revolts against the experience.
Hair "stands up", chills up and down your spine. Guts churn or turn to water. Clamy cold feeling. Ringing in ears. The bodies response to fear, and
we're not even afraid yet.
Those physical reactions are our "subliminal" response to something out side our normal understanding of what we perceive to be the real world. When
it happens you know it. And I don't mean being spooked by some story. But real for real. As you grow older hopefully you have some of these
experiences to reflect and build upon. Then it doesn't seem so scary anymore.
ATS is the place to bring those stories by the way. If you have one, maybe you can do a thread about it.
I enjoyed the story of the Hillbilly UFO people. It had a particular flavor... like moonshine.
I actually watched the video! I don't often do that, when they are so long... if you can get past the horrible acting and the cliche portrayal of
southern, country raised folks (like myself), it is an interesting encounter. Eventually they start talking to real people in the video, and they have
a bit more impact on the story than the cheesy reenactment does. The only noticed two parts where the "possibly demonic" title could come into play:
1. The people on the farm were religious, and said they must be from hell. 2. Years later (in 2000) in the same vicinity, a couple of people reported
see a "strange black cloaked figure.
As someone familiar with some of the people of that region, *most* of them are really quick to call BS. The most outrageous thing they believe in is
God. Besides that, it's kind of a "If I can't see it, or somebody I know hasn't ever seen it, then it's not real" sort of mentality. Seems like
those people really believed that they saw something.
Yup, on bumpy night things. If you liked that one, there are other stories that have been around for a while that are scary too. One is "Fire in the
Sky" about a guy named Travis Walton. Then there is "Communion". Both of these are movie or book form. The book "Communion" is one scary - hide
under covers - page turner.
Then in the movie "I know what I saw", I think there is a recounting of little peoples in one incident too.
My input is why do these people who dont even think a second on ET;s or even watch a show on them,,read a book on them have these abductions???
The medical community ignores it,,,,or gives the prognosis you were molested as a kid....????
Just a bad dream????
Cattle drivers and documentaries from the old days this never happened??
I think that "nowadays", people are opening up to other possibilities as far as explanations go for the unknown. At least if we can't answer all
the questions, more people are open to talking about the issues. Instead of just saying, "Here there be dragons", or, "Its the devil". People need
better answers today than what always has been.
And you are right. There are so many different subjects, its hard to separate the truth from the fiction. Thing is, just stay open minded enough to
read about what interests you and decide later when something makes it clear to you what the truth is. You don't have to decide now. As you learn
something new you add to and update your knowing about stuff. The most important thing is a questioning mind. Like yours.
You don't have to join any clubs or cults or believe in any one thing. Just learn. That is a life long process. It will take a lifetime.
And above all remember, there is no ultimate proof by Internet.
What I meant about Gremlins (movie) is Spielberg wanted to make a sci-fi follow-up to Close Encounters
and had been told about Kelly by J Allen Hynek. It was called
Night Sky / Watch the Skies and was based on Kelly-Hopkinsville. He had the idea that the critters
were nasty little alien scientists come to Earth to dissect livestock and terrorise the family.
Yeah, I notice that life and events go on no matter what our beliefs are. It's the *way we believe* that limits what impact such events have.
So if we're woken in the middle of a hot summer night by something freezing cold running down our back; how do we explain it? People will go for
ghosts, demons, late Aunt Mary, bad food, alien abduction, faeries, spirits, Jesus, draughty windows and heat exhaustion. People they tell might say
hoax, dream, crazy or superstitious.
Cut away all that human misinterpretation and what's left is someone feeling the cold and and being disturbed by it. The rest is all gift-wrapping and
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