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What's the craziest, weirdest, strangest, unbelievable thing you ever seen?
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[quote:VeggieBeefTips:MV8yNzU2NDQ3XzQ4MzQ1MTAyX0NGMUY5QjBC] [quote:ERE3:MV8yNzU2NDQ3XzQ4MzM2NTc1X0I5QTY0MzRE] [quote:TrustNoOneKS:MV8yNzU2NDQ3XzQ4MzM2MzUxXzg4NzA5OTY0] [quote:ERE3:MV8yNzU2NDQ3XzQ4MzM2MDc1X0JGNkQ4MUE2] [quote:Anonymous Coward 66798187:MV8yNzU2NDQ3XzQ4MzI4ODgwXzlCMzM2NkRE] So, there was this road that allegedly had this mysterious light that would appear.... So, I had a couple of buddies who knew the spot -- it was an old legend, but few knew the actual location -- and they would always put off taking me or going themselves. Finally, one night, I convinced them. We brought the camcorder. We drive down this old logging trail. park. "Just wait they tell me". So, we sit there waiting for like half an hour... smoking cigarettes... screwing with the stereo and camcorder... telling stupid jokes. All the while, the driver -- the guy who was really hesitant about going, and kept soberly facing forward the entire time -- said "That's it.". "Huh?" Where? "There, up ahead". I looked down the pitch-black road and actually saw a light. I was like "get the hell out of here, that's just an oncoming car or something." The driver just keeps staring forward. The other guy -- with the camcorder -- said "that's it man". "No-way" I thought, but now I was the odd man out -- and the only person who hadn't witnessed this before -- so.. I stared at the light. after a moment of hovering, apparently down the road, its starts coming closer, sort of growing in size and brightness, but not in terms of eye-strain the way a light-bulb would. Then it was coming right upon the truck. The driver went to crank the truck up; "we're getting out of here" he said. "No" I said. "Wait". I asked the other passenger "are you filming this?" He said he was, and I saw the camcorder running, red-light and everything. Now the light was right up at the windshield. Floating. Bright like a lantern or halogen bulb (that quality) but not strenuous to gaze upon. It was about the size of a baseball. At this point, everyone could tell that we were having "an experience" so nobody was trying to screech out of there or roll the windows up. The pleasant but overwhelming curiosity had taken us over. Just then, in a flash, the light dashed into the cab of the pick-up, I saw it dance around the cab, and in the faces of my companions. It was, obviously, a fairy. Not too far off from what you would imagine tinkerbell would look like in real-life. But, as it was dashing around, mesmerizing, my inquisitive mind kept studying it, being rationally critical of what I was seeing. It was, in fact, like a very large insect that radiated a very intense but peculiar light, but could also appear humanoid of form. After who knows how long, the dashing and flashing stopped, and we were all sitting in silence. In darkness now. The driver said "let's go". I conceded, and the rest of the ride home was full of discussions like "Holy shit! What was that thing?! An actual Fairy? Wholly shit dude? Is this like fantasia or something? What the hell!?". It wasn't until the next day that we remembered that we video-taped the event -- up-close and personal -- and would be able to share this with others. And, I know this is going to make it sound like the entire story was horse-shit -- I assure you though, it was not -- but the video went straight to recording static (snow) at the very instant the driver said "There it is". No lie. GLP -- first online place I've ever shared this story. [/quote] By any chance, was this in Missouri? There was the same thing going on there several years ago. [/quote] If it was the Hornet Spook light that you are talking about, my husband and I drove out to the area and tried to see it ourselves. We did think we saw it that night, but only at a distance. We were hoping for a more up close and personal experience. http://www.prairieghosts.com/devprom.html [/quote] YES! That's it. I went there, once, too! I had about the same experience you did and never went back. [/quote] Nope. This was near the border of North and South Carolina. My buddy who [i]believed[/i] he was video-taping the event also saw "the brown mountain lights" on numerous occasions -- lot of luck with "lights", that one -- but I wasn't there for that one. Also, agreeing with others on the awesomeness of this thread :^) I've got more to share, but right now I'm just enjoying reading everyone else's stories. [/quote]
Alright guys hit me! I have really never seen anything odd in my life. No ghosts no UFOs no Bigfoot no yeti, NOTHING. So let me live through your eyes...what have you seen?
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