What's with all the emotional attachment to silly little words on a screen.
Do any of us know who you really actually are?
Thus, what's with acting all like some fragile little princess?
In answer to the question posed in the OP:
If I had some extra-ordinary experience of ANY kind, you bet I'd post it here on ATS.
I'd ALSO be one of the hardest skeptics regarding my own experience.
Grow some thicker skin already.
Quit being such a princess about silly little words on a screen.
Why does it matter if anyone here takes you seriously or thinks you're a complete gonzo loony?
Is there some monetary reward, or toy surprise in the T&C for how seriously people take you that I overlooked or something?
I've never had a UFO experience other than that weather balloon when I was like 6 or something, and I posted that.
Up until recently I'd never experienced sleep paralysis but, posted the experience directly afterwards.
No doubt about it. If I saw something inexplicable that was worthy of comment, I'd post it up for sure.
Again, however, I'd be one of the biggest skeptics regarding my own eye-witness account, especially since I'm a proponent on the stance that
eye-witness testimony is essentially worthless, except as mediocre entertainment for mediocre people.
Edit: I'd be sure to take note of every detail, angle, apparent distance, exact compass directions, elevation in degrees above horizon, apparent
size, apparent shape(s) colors, wind direction, time, sounds of any vehicles in the area, bird activity if any, temperature, barometric pressure,
humidity, and every other bit of detail I could squeeze out of the incident that might be of any sort of relevance.
If you're going to be an eye- witness, then do it and do it well.
edit on 9-3-2013 by Druscilla because: (no reason given)