posted on Jul, 29 2012 @ 08:58 PM
It is hard to think that a psychological disorder of this nature would have just now cropped up, which also makes me wonder why anyone who cares about
her would let her go off alone. Unless they are afraid or her, or are at their wits end, and just basically do what she wants when she gets like
My first hypothesis is that her behavior is stress-induced. The fact that she is talking about the things she is talking about may be due to the
manifestation of certain controversies within her subconscious mind. But, the fact that she snaps in and out of this state makes it a less plausible
idea, but it is still totally possible.
The next idea was just me agreeing with whoever mentioned a chemical reaction, to the hair products or something else located in the store, like
fragrance, etc...I also agree that tracking down whoever picks her up is a good idea, although I have a feeling I know who it will be. It will likely
be her husband, and old dude, and he puts up with it for whatever reason. It is not likely that she just gets this way in the shop because of a
reaction, but still a small possibility, and I'm sure that whoever she spends a large amount of time with knows she is this way.
There are also a number of other medical conditions that could cause these types of actions, and the talk of killing people could be, as I said, due
to subconscious stresses, or just a random topic that she has locked on to for whatever reason. This does not necessarily mean she is going to go
through with it. An old lady probably doesn't even have access to a weapon, or know how to use it. A large rifle or shotgun are what the majority of
males have in their homes, as opposed to handguns, and it would be difficult for her to go unnoticed trying to bring something like that into the
building, but I suppose it's possible. I don't think she will do anything, but with these cases its always better to be safe as opposed to
regretting not doing anything at a later date.
Who knows, she may hurt someone else, completely unrelated to the salon. And you guys alerting police may just prevent something like that happening.
If it did happen it's likely you guys wouldn't even know about it. There is also the possibility of possession. Regardless of what many say, I have
seen enough "spiritual" evidence to believe in God, and some of the evidence I have seen also suggests that God's opposite, but not equal,
opponent, may just exist as well.
It seems true that Catholic exorcism rituals do work, and this begs the question...Do these things work because the spirits or demons inhabiting a
person are scared of God or Jesus, or does this act work because the parties involved believe it will work. I have toyed with an idea for a long time
that basically concludes that what happens to a person after they die is completely dependent upon what they believed in life, and that there are more
than just two possibilities. If a person truly believes that they are going to live in a land full of unicorns after death, then it may just happen,
as the brain may just construct this alternate world in some other realm or dimension, and it is linked, via the idea itself, between the brain and
the place itself. Whether this land is physical or not does not matter, as thinking something is real, and thinking you feel something, is the same
thing as being somewhere and feeling something.
This is kind of what I meant about exorcism being effective. Maybe possession IS nothing more than a psychological disease or disorder, and
subsequently exorcism works by playing on key beliefs, but the amount of paranormal activity that has been documented, and that I and others have
experienced firsthand, seems to suggest that something truly is going on. I didn't believe in ghosts before I saw one when I was little, therefore
how could my own belief be what was causing the sighting? It couldn't, for the most part, so it affirms that something was actually there.
The only other possibility would be that all the people who witness such things are observing nothing more than constructs of their own mind...BUT,
the fact that multiple people witness the same paranormal event seems to discredit this idea. So all in all I must conclude that it is possible this
woman is experiencing some type of paranormal activity, and that something, not necessarily a demon, at times overtakes her body.
But the fact that she seems to be constructing false events, like the party, seem to point to a problem originating in the brain. But what if a
specific problem in the brain is also related to paranormal activity? Not necessarily that one causes the other, but that they thrive in a type of
symbiotic relationship? Strange stuff to think about in my opinion. You should probably play it safe and alert the police, but I doubt they will do
anything to be honest. They MAY talk to her, but it depends on whether they take what she said seriously, and whether they think she will go through