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I apologize for the confusion, but were the eyes black in the normal sense or physically hollow? As this would be something different then a traditional BEK/BEA
There is also the possibility that this person had tattooed eyeballs.
Yep, they do that now. Inject ink directly into the eye. Black hair, dark skin, most likely has darkly colored eyes to begin with. Inject the whites of the eyes with black ink and you just got hella creepy.
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I honestly wouldn't be too frightened. I often wear blackout contacts to get people's reactions and I've seen some get just a frightened as what you describe your son as. Difference with me however is when I see someone get that terrified, I'll speak up and let them know they're contacts.
I do understand the concern, but you also have to realize that any non human beings like this will usually stay out of the public eye and not be in a place like Walmart.
Hmmm, never heard of such a thing. I'll be on the lookout, if I see one I'll bag it and let y'all know.
Hello Mama J and ATS. I believe I had an experience I can relate to this several years ago. I am excited to reply to this post because I believe that with the help of ATS members (perhaps through someone with a modified search engine or maybe just better search skills than my own) we may be able to shine a little light on this mystery. "Impossible!" you say? Maybe not, the experience I write of was televised.
Please forgive any lack of writing style I may have while relating this to you all. Here are the basic search parameters: Year: 2005-2007, unfortunately the best I can do to narrow down the possible time is a 3 year period. Channel: Pretty certain it was Mtv, however, not being very familiar with tv it could have been Mtv2. Time: Thanksgiving day, afternoon - evening. Content theme: Thanksgiving eating competition. Several contestants competitively eating thanksgiving themed food items.
To further narrow it down - you will know the episode when you find it because the contestant looks like this:
No, it was not Jim Carrey. But the guy had his hair done (I kid you not) almost exactly like this.
But back to the story, here is what happened...
Thanksgiving day several years ago I was enjoying a celebration with several close friends and family members. We were all gathered at a friends house where, waiting for dinner, some were socializing, some cooking, others infrequently chasing after toddlers.
It has been two decades since I have had t.v./cable or programming (oh the irony) of that sort. When at an acquaintances house where they watch television I sometimes enjoy watching the bright lights and flashing colors XD but generally leave the encounter glad that I gave t.v. up. At any rate given the amount of other activity in the house I may very well have been the only one there to have been watching the tube at this particular time.
So I'm watching this display of competitive eating, and in an effort to be transparent I will say it was making me uncomfortable as I was thinking how well a lot of people in this country have it especially relating to this particular holiday. Not at all to discourage the premise of a shared feast (what could be better?) but the extent that an eating competition goes to - thanksgiving themed no less seemed like a particular display of gluttony to me.
Several contestants are eating massive amounts of food. One contestant has his hair styled like "equinsu ocha" or 'white devil' from Ace Ventura. I have seen several eating competitions and have witnessed the professionals utilizing various techniques to get the food down faster.
Competitive eaters also learn techniques to speed up the eating process. For example, Shoudt says he hops up and down to accelerate the swallowing process with gravity, and he sometimes presses against his stomach to push food lower into the abdomen. Some eaters use a move called the Valsalva Maneuver..
As "white devil' uses his version of this technique his bodily movements start to become more of a sinuous, serpentine type undulating that I tend more to associate with trance movement or perhaps drug induced trance. While this happens the camera is catching his face, and where his eyes were perfectly normal before they are now completely black.
If this were not a competition type event it may be argued that between frames or 'takes' this guy could have put in colored lenses. But the fact that it's supposed to be actual competition precludes that kind of tampering as it would effect the outcome of the competition as well. Could what I had seen been affected by my perception at the time? Certainly, and in fact I would have doubted my own eyes if the commentator (providing play by play - or bite by bite as it were - running commentary) hadn't himself drawn attention the the fact.
What the commentator pointed out was "hugely dilated pupils" with no further explanation as to what would cause this. But what I saw was black covering the entire surface of his eyes, not just the pupil area. And to be sure, the commentator sounded confused more than anything and seemed more to be trying to explain things to himself. It was both stunning and revolting and instilled a feeling in the pit of the stomach just viewing it over t.v.
What did I see? Hard to say. I think of myself as both a spiritual and scientific minded person. I could put forth many theories as to what I may have seen or perceived. But more importantly, I believe, is that if someone can dig this footage up it may help to explain what it is NOT. Along the lines of verifying who the individual is- real? human? Then it's probably not aliens ...and so forth. But perhaps evidence more along the lines of 'Did it actually happen?' would be welcome first.
And this is where I ask for your help ATS. I've enjoyed reading these forums for quite some time and am constantly amazed at the content members have shared. I have not before today spoken of this experience with anybody. I hope I have not detracted or derailed from this thread. I was pretty surprised to see it and had never heard of BEK's and such. I thought this is just something they do in horror flicks at times, and it had never occurred to me to try and correlate this with others who may have had similar experiences. Thank you MamaJ for the willingness to put yourself forth, perhaps giving me an incentive to do the same.
If anybody can dig up this footage I would be in debt and I'm sure others would find it interesting as well. I have tried several times with absolutely no luck at all =(edit on 1-8-2014 by AD333 because: (no reason given)
Also competing will be the oddly coiffed, "El Toro" Jiminez, the Las Vegas resident whose hair is fashioned into horns.