posted on Feb, 28 2013 @ 01:08 PM
Hello everyone. I have known about this forum for awhile and just now joined because I want to let everyone know about something that happened to me a
few years ago. This is long but please read it all if you have the time and interest.
I have always had an opened mind to subjects conversed about on this website and have done a lot of my own research a few years ago until I had an
experience that made me decide to stop my research. At the time I was 19 years old, I am now 23, and it wasn't until now that I want to talk about my
experience. I was researching about area 51, Roswell, Nazi Germany, the Nazi's experiments with both people and anti-gravety, the Nazi Bell, many
different UFO sightings in my area, the Moon, abduction stories, JFK demanding UFO information and his assassination and many other things that can't
come to mind right now. My researched took up most of my time everyday for Months. I came across photographs of files that claimed to be "Top
Secret" Government files, both posted online and ones that I had to download that were deep inside zip files. I felt like I was getting really deep
into the research. One day my computer was acting up, it wasn't getting online, though I could get online with my xbox and my Dad's computer but not
on my computer. I restarted it and plugged an ethernet cord into it to see if that would work, but still nothing. It was running very slowly, which
was weird because it has never done that before, and the built in webcam light was flashing every once-in-a-while. Eventually it did go back to normal
that day it was and I noticed that some files were missing some were files that were related to my research, some were not. It was after this that
things got more abnormal.
Before I get into what happened next I must have you understand that I am a HUGE car fan. At a very young age I began studying cars, their shapes of
everything from the body down to the different areas of their headlights and taillights. If I saw a head light in the distance and could work out
where it is located on the car versus the driving lights and blinkers and I could tell you what kind of car it is. I have been into cars all my life
and couldn't wait to get my license and first car so I could start racing. I began street racing the very weekend I got my license. With my studying
of cars I could identify what make and model a car was around, which came very handy in street racing because I could tell if a car around me, even at
a very far distance, was a car that is used as a police car. This skill saved me more times that I can count and only got better with time. The day
after my computer was acing up I noticed a car parked down the street at the entrance of the neighborhood where I lived at the time. My house was the
very first house in the neighborhood. As you turn into the neighborhood there are some trees on the right, a hill on the left, and the houses began
about 200 yards from the entrance of the neighborhood. It wasn't uncommon for a vehicle to be parked next to the curb at the very entrance of the
neighborhood but it was typically a telephone, or cable television truck. I knew all of the cars driven by my neighbors, but the car that was parked
there wasn't a company truck or a car owned by a neighbor. It was a white Crown Victoria with tinted windows, and I could see that it had L.E.D.
lights mounted in the grill, like those mounted in the grills of unmarked police cars. Some police did park there to try to catch speeders traveling
down the street my neighborhood was off of but this car wasn't facing the street, it was facing my house. I didn't think anything of it but I as the
days went by I noticed vehicles there. It wasn't always that Crown Victoria, but it was always a vehicle used by police or some kind of law
informant. Some days it would be a black Crown Victoria, Black, or dark colored Chevy Tahoe or Suburban, but they rotated days all parking in the
locating. I noticed on all of them that they had very dark tinted windows and L.E.D. lights mounted in various places on the vehicles, grills, side
view mirrors ( I can tell the difference between a side view blinker mirror and a L.E.D. emergency light side view mirror), and could make out the
areas where lights were mounted inside of some of the vehicles. This went on for three weeks and during this time I continued my research.
One day, when I was returning home from class, I noticed the white Crown Victoria as I turned into the neighborhood. I drove very slowly by the
vehicle looking directly at it. In my state it is illegal to have your vehicles windows tinted below a 30% and illegal to have any tinting whatsoever
on the front windshield below the visor area. My vehicle had factory window tint that was 35%, dark enough to not have the sun bother you too much but
not dark enough to not be able to look into the vehicle during the day. Sure there were people who had darker than this that they had done themselves,
I am friends with someone who has 5% on his car and it is DARK! The Crown Victoria's windows were as dark, if not darker than 5%. As I drove around
to the front of the vehicle I looked into the windshield. The windshield was completely tinted, not as dark as the other windows but still very dark.
I was able to make out that there was a figure in the driver's seat. I pulled into my driveway, got out of my vehicle, walked to the end of my
driveway and stared straight at the vehicle. Eventually the driver turned the vehicle on and left the neighborhood. This was when I decided this is no
coincidence and thought that maybe I was being watched by someone. As I said earlier, this went on for three weeks. I stopped my research after this
day and a few days later the vehicles stopped showing up.
Maybe I was looking too far into something that had nothing to do with me at all, or maybe I was getting close to something that someone didn't want
me to know, wanted it to stop and that I could be a threat. I just wanted to share this with you all to see if anyone else has had an experience
similar to this and to see what everyone thinks of this.