6 weeks ago a friend of mine broke his hip.
Physical guy - great guy - no nonsense. He was walking ‘outside’ in the middle of the night, fell and shattered his hip. His live-in girlfriend
found him where he lay the next morning. With a broken hip he didn’t call out - didn’t scream for help or in pain. She found him curled in a
ball on the walkway.
Ok, right there? Right there hearing the story my ears perked up big time. Something just wasn’t right about the whole scenario.
He wasn’t drinking or drugging. It’s just not his way. He has two pit bulls that ‘guard’ his gravel quarry in a huge remote type a place and
neither ‘sounded’ any alarm. Simply and by all accounts she says it was ’like he was sleepwalking’ and wham! He’ll not comment on how he
injured himself. Just says he had a ‘slip’.
Sleepwalking? Ok, sure, it’s an explanation. One he seems to be comfortable with - though he’s never been known to sleepwalk before.
So what’s the problem?
He’s started painting. Prolifically. As in tons of paintings. They’re all (to my eye) ’alien’ type in presentation. Faces and faces of
grays - the ’classic’ with huge eyes, round heads, small mouths and no nose to speak of. Strange rooms with bizarre instruments including more
of the big headed grays leaning over him.
I saw over 20 a these depictions - some huge paintings - some smaller and yeah, you guessed it. He’s never painted before.
‘take it up’ during his ‘convalescence’ - to ‘pass the time’.
As far as I now neither he or his girlfriend are ‘into’ any paranormal activity sights, research, no books about the house. And, they’re
Sicilian. Older. Just not people who would be ‘in touch’ with anything more or less paranormal than a Spielberg movie.
I’m worried about him. So is his girl.
He’s getting ‘ratty’. He tears up at the slightest thought. He’s letting himself go. Hair all stringy and yellowing where he prided
himself on his beautiful presentation and silver white hair in the past.
I complimented his paintings - they’re extraordinary, really. But he wouldn’t allow me to photograph them. I’ll get photos - maybe next time I
visit but at the point I asked about them? He got really uncomfortable and bordered on the verge of becoming belligerent. Witnessing the tears in
his eyes was painful to watch.
Now here’s where I hope you all can help.
Should I say anything to him? Share any ‘abduction’ material? Should I say nothing and just go on being a patient loving friend?
Any ideas people?
Personal stories I can tell him? Something to ease that haunted look in his eyes?
And if you do have ideas - please share info you’ve found helpful or urls - anything that I can pass on to him to the help him out.
Ill get photos of his stuff somehow and share here. It’s incredible stuff. Just incredibly.
Thanks in advance and I look forward to hearing your thoughts and opinions.
edit on 15-9-2013 by silo13 because: bbc bold