posted on Aug, 2 2012 @ 09:08 PM
reply to post by DoxieCircus
Doxie, obviously you've done your best to calm people in the salon, but as per the message I sent you, don't be lulled into a false sense of
security just because her background check came up clear.
There's a lot of suggestive detais in the testimony you presented in the OP, and later by message, that suggest you should be on guard concerning
this lady and her affliction.
Keep the guard up, and if I were you, I would ask the authorities to perform a 'wellness check' as per several other members in-thread. They will
be able to tell (hopefully) that this lady is not in full control of her faculties at present - regardless of her former condition - and that she
would quite likely benefit from some sabbatical time in a facility while her condition is assessed. It is also, in my humble opinion, vital that you
consider the safety of your salon co-workers in this matter.
Whether people believe in the demonic or not, it is a highly uneducated position (whether they are religious or otherwise) for your colleagues to
adopt the attitude that 'because nothing was seen on camera, nothing was going on'. Real life is not Hollywood, and the visible signs of the
supernatural are not always present. In fact, there are usually no visible signs that can be caught on camera - the nature of the beast is to hide,
unless it has an agenda. The very facts of what you all experienced, and the instincts which were at play in your reactions to this lady, are highly
suggestive that something is seriously amiss.
Be careful, and see about getting her investigated by the relevant authorities. No matter how many people on here cry 'conspiracy' or
'totalitarian oppression', the fact is, that people under these sorts of afflictions sometimes need to be taken out of the general population of
society for a while, for their own well-being and for the well-being of others.
'No past history' is not an indication of 'no risk'. These things can start suddenly, and severely.