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Driving home with some friends after a night of clubbing, coming down off an acid trip.
We decided to make a stop at a beauty spot along the way.

We parked the car along side a highway.

We saw a group about 20 mongooses happily walking a long chitter chatting with each other, really cute.
Suddenly they decided to run across the high way together.

About three cars came flying through the group splattering most of them, maybe 3 of them made it across the road.

A traffic police car just happened to come along and the policemen got out of his car with a shovel and proceeded to chop the heads of the wriggling bodies.

All this happened within the space of about a minute.

I dont think we said another word to each other the whole drive home.
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why the need to lob the head..?
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Out in northern Utah, fishing late one night with the folks. We were on the north side of the lake facing south, it's pitch black out - no moon, nothing. (I think we MAY have been out there illegally, but I'm not sure...)

My dad calls me over and says, "Watch the skies to the south - about two fingers above the horizon." I watch for a few minutes, not sure what I'm looking for. Suddenly he says, "There - see it?" and points off the left. I see a light sitting there, kind of blends in with the stars (a little brighter, but not ridiculously so) at first, so I'm not getting what he's looking at. All of a sudden it just blinks out.

Doesn't twinkle/fade. Just goes out.

About 2 seconds later, he points off to the right and says, "Over there now" so I shift and I'm looking at bunch of stars when one of them blinks off.

After a few times of this, I get my eyes used to looking at large patches of the sky rather than trying to focus on one point in the sky - at this point we're both tracking this light that comes on, sits perfectly still in one spot for about 10 seconds, then blinks off only to reappear somewhere else about 5 seconds later.

We watched this go on for about a half hour before it finally just blinked off and was gone.

Over the years, we'd talk about it from time to time but we never did come up with anything that made sense.
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in my home life, I literally get called crazy for trying to show people this RIGHT NEXT TO ME


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I wouldn't know were to start. I have lived an extraordinary life.
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Right, I could write books on strange happenings as well.
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The last calendar year.
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No shit
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Telephone pole whizzing past the side-mirror on my pickup. No need to try and steer around it as I was air-born at the time. Taught me that is should avoid Sask. after dark. Never went east from Alberta after that, no need to the beer strike was over.

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My family saw a kangaroo cross the street in front of us in upstate NY
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I saw an African lion in Vermont.

It was the size of a steer and doing a leisurely 40 mph through the woods.

That thing could have taken down a full grown bear for a snack.
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I wouldn't know were to start. I have lived an extraordinary life.
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Right, I could write books on strange happenings as well.
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So write the best one here!
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I saw a lady crawling on the sidewalk pretending she was climbing a wall.
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I was doing work program at a park in my area. I was supposed to be picking up trash but really just killing time, daydreaming and waiting to get outta there. I was watching all these squrills run around on these tall ass trees. I thought to my self...I wonder if this lil guys ever fall. As soon as I thought it the squirrel I was watching missed a step on a branch and fell a goo 50-60 feet on to the road. Made a splat sound. Kinda like a wet towel. I still wonder if I did that shit with my mind.
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Met an Aussie lib the other day that was actually sceptical about the vax.

THAT was weird.

But I soon talked him rouns and he is rushing off to take it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 80074710


Weren’t liberal hippie types originally against vaccines and conservatives were more pro vaccine?
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Yea in the 90's liberals were tree huggers and often played aqustic guitars and wore flowers in their hair and dreamed of love which is all they needed. Then satan came and gave them an mk ultra and they got weird, ghey and angry.
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Another weird thing, but nowhere near the weirdest, my brother and I were looking out the window of Dads Ranchero as he was driving rural Oklahoma. We were just gazing down the cornrows as the car went by and a man caught our eyes who was falling from the sky and he hit the ground just as we passed that point. He was a parachutist we found out later. He died. When he hit the ground in the corn field we were about three hundred feet away.
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Wow, that is incredible, seems you witnessed the worlds first covid-19 death!
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The 'plandemic' and most of the world obeying nazi orders (like mask mandates and forced vaccinations), and not fighting back.

The theft of the 2020 U.S. election by Xiden and co., and moronic citizens going along with it/pretending as if it didn't happen.

I feel like we are living in mega clown world.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 80031735


I totally agree. And nobody says a word about it. I work around lots of people, and not one said anything at all about a blatantly stolen rigged election. It's unbelievable.

I mentioned the "Great Reset" to a best buddy of mine, and he chuckled. Didn't know what it was, and then gave me the "yea, right, ok, sure mr. crazy conspiracy theorist" attitude. Then actually mentioned that he and his left-wing liberal wife believe the election was stolen but actually rationalized and said "Well, it's really all about getting as many votes as you can no matter what it takes even if you have to cheat. That's what it's all about". And in the next sentence told me about how his wife just went and got the jab and he's going to go get his too because she told him to.

A number of guys I work with all talked about how they went and got jabbed. I'm looking at them in disbelief. I'm thinking inside my head about how dumb can these people be. One common thing amongst the men telling everyone how they got jabbed is that they all have very left-wing pussy-hat types of liberal wives that tell them what to do and run the show. AND one of them was wearing 2 masks last week AFTER he got his "jab" as well.

As long as the TV says the election wasn't stolen, then it wasn't. As long as the TV says to go get your shot, you go get your shot. As long as the TV says to wear 2 masks, you wear 2 masks.
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Yep its crazy how many people arent woken up. I kind of makes me think most are stupid because its right in your face and un constitutional. Why doesnt the law work anymore? We live in the twilight zone.
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Jul or Aug of 1986.

I had just graduated high school and was taking a trip to Daytona. I lived outside of DC at the time.

My girlfriend and a female friend of hers are going with me. The girlfriends friends parents want to meet me. I stop by the house and this girls mother is in full blown gypsy garb sitting in a rocking chair. She calls me over and while still sitting extends both hands. I figure weird, but whatever and I grab her hands. She closes her eyes and says something along the lines of, tell me about this trip.

I tell her I plan on leaving Sunday at 6pm and we should get to Daytona by 6am the next morning. The AAA triptik says it's a 12 hour drive. I tell her where we are going to stay and that we will be back the following Sunday.

At this point she is still holding my hands, eyes are closed and she isn't saying anything. About a minute passes, she lets go of my hands and she opens her eyes. She then calls the girls into the room and tells her daughter. You can go, but you need to know when you get home none of you will ever see or speak to each other again. I can't remember what if anything we said in response. I do know we left Sunday at 6pm but we did not get to Daytona at 6am the next day, we got there at noon. We figured the triptik was just WRONG, it should have stated 18 hours instead of 12.

Tracing the trip down we stopped in Savannah GA at a diner off of 95. Our next recollection we were on a side street in suburban Savannah, not sure how or why but we saw a sign for I95 and continued with the trip. None of us thought anything about it at the time. We were a bit pissed it took so long to get there though.

Anyhow, we spend the week, everything was fine and we plan our trip back. This time we figure we will leave at 4pm and be back home at 10am (18 hours later). Go figure, we got home at 4am (12 hours later)

What is odd is that none of us made a big deal about getting back 6 hours earlier. I do remember some tension/stress on the way home but nothing terrible that would cause us to no longer see or speak to each other.

So, i dropped the friend off first, waited and made sure she got into her house because it was really early. Girlfriend lived a block away, dropped her off, helped her take her stuff in, spent a few minutes there before leaving, told her I would call her later.

Well, that was it, never spoke or saw either of them again, I didn't try calling her, she didn't try calling me, it was almost like we forgot each other after I dropped her off.

It wasn't until 10 or 15 years later I was going through pictures and found some from the trip. At that point my memory of the whole event became clear except for what ever caused us to lose time in Savannah.

I'd love to know what she remembers.

I've tried searching for her in social media and through sites like radaris but no luck.

Definitely something weird that the girls gypsy mom knew.

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Jul or Aug of 1986.

I had just graduated high school and was taking a trip to Daytona. I lived outside of DC at the time.

My girlfriend and a female friend of hers are going with me. The girlfriends friends parents want to meet me. I stop by the house and this girls mother is in full blown gypsy garb sitting in a rocking chair. She calls me over and while still sitting extends both hands. I figure weird, but whatever and I grab her hands. She closes her eyes and says something along the lines of, tell me about this trip.

I tell her I plan on leaving Sunday at 6pm and we should get to Daytona by 6am the next morning. The AAA triptik says it's a 12 hour drive. I tell her where we are going to stay and that we will be back the following Sunday.

At this point she is still holding my hands, eyes are closed and she isn't saying anything. About a minute passes, she lets go of my hands and she opens her eyes. She then calls the girls into the room and tells her daughter. You can go, but you need to know when you get home none of you will ever see or speak to each other again. I can't remember what if anything we said in response. I do know we left Sunday at 6pm but we did not get to Daytona at 6am the next day, we got there at noon. We figured the triptik was just WRONG, it should have stated 18 hours instead of 12.

Tracing the trip down we stopped in Savannah GA at a diner off of 95. Our next recollection we were on a side street in suburban Savannah, not sure how or why but we saw a sign for I95 and continued with the trip. None of us thought anything about it at the time. We were a bit pissed it took so long to get there though.

Anyhow, we spend the week, everything was fine and we plan our trip back. This time we figure we will leave at 4pm and be back home at 10am (18 hours later). Go figure, we got home at 4am (12 hours later)

What is odd is that none of us made a big deal about getting back 6 hours earlier. I do remember some tension/stress on the way home but nothing terrible that would cause us to no longer see or speak to each other.

So, i dropped the friend off first, waited and made sure she got into her house because it was really early. Girlfriend lived a block away, dropped her off, helped her take her stuff in, spent a few minutes there before leaving, told her I would call her later.

Well, that was it, never spoke or saw either of them again, I didn't try calling her, she didn't try calling me, it was almost like we forgot each other after I dropped her off.

It wasn't until 10 or 15 years later I was going through pictures and found some from the trip. At that point my memory of the whole event became clear except for what ever caused us to lose time in Savannah.

So, if anyone knows Deana Beazel from college park Maryland have her get in touch with me here. I'd love to know what she remembers.

I've tried searching for her in social media and through sites like radaris but no luck.

Definitely something weird that the girls gypsy mom knew.
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Well, if you don't have the brains not to post some chick's full name and home state on a place like GLP, then it is no fucking mystery why she would never want to speak to you again. Fucking hell, man...

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The 'plandemic' and most of the world obeying nazi orders (like mask mandates and forced vaccinations), and not fighting back.

The theft of the 2020 U.S. election by Xiden and co., and moronic citizens going along with it/pretending as if it didn't happen.

I feel like we are living in mega clown world.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 80031735


I totally agree. And nobody says a word about it. I work around lots of people, and not one said anything at all about a blatantly stolen rigged election. It's unbelievable.

I mentioned the "Great Reset" to a best buddy of mine, and he chuckled. Didn't know what it was, and then gave me the "yea, right, ok, sure mr. crazy conspiracy theorist" attitude. Then actually mentioned that he and his left-wing liberal wife believe the election was stolen but actually rationalized and said "Well, it's really all about getting as many votes as you can no matter what it takes even if you have to cheat. That's what it's all about". And in the next sentence told me about how his wife just went and got the jab and he's going to go get his too because she told him to.

A number of guys I work with all talked about how they went and got jabbed. I'm looking at them in disbelief. I'm thinking inside my head about how dumb can these people be. One common thing amongst the men telling everyone how they got jabbed is that they all have very left-wing pussy-hat types of liberal wives that tell them what to do and run the show. AND one of them was wearing 2 masks last week AFTER he got his "jab" as well.

As long as the TV says the election wasn't stolen, then it wasn't. As long as the TV says to go get your shot, you go get your shot. As long as the TV says to wear 2 masks, you wear 2 masks.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78676239


Yep its crazy how many people arent woken up. I kind of makes me think most are stupid because its right in your face and un constitutional. Why doesnt the law work anymore? We live in the twilight zone.
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I see this with my brother in law too. He's not a bad guy but his wife is a completely insane and annoying Leftist asshole Karen whom no one can stand, but he does everything she tells him and he's completely P-Whipped.

Why are American men so fucking P-Whipped? I have to be honest, as a woman....if I were a guy and married to some of these women, I'd beat the shit out of them.
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Just thought of some more weird shit. I've seen quite a bit actually, lol.

I was coming home to my apartment building one night around 1 in the morning. As I was walking towards it, about 30 feet away, I saw all these people in purple robes with hoods running out of my building and every which way down the street. There were DOZENS of them coming out of the building! Looked like 30-40 and I have no idea how they could have fit so many people in one of those apartments. Anyway, I kind of hesitated about going in....but I didn't see or smell or hear anything so....don't know what that was but I think they conjured something they couldn't deal with.
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Was out frog gigging one night and saw a big bullfrog snatch a leech from the top of its head. Before I could get close enough to gig it, a cottonmouth ate it.


Could have been the wildcat whiskey though.
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Then a cat jumped the snake and all four were carried off by a giant owl.

You alone were spared so you could, years later, yuck it up on GLP.

Yeah, that's weird.
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Trump winning an election
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Beautiful white horse walking slowly following traffic in the lane of a blind shoulder in the middle of the night. Drunks flying by as we calm the horse snd police refuse to help because its an animal contol issue so it takes hours to diffuse
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Trump winning an election
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Country fair in oregon 1990,91,92and a bright green ufo orb followed by two military jets out of the kalmiopsis range.
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That was just the Owsley acid.
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Pretty heavy stuff,ever been to the fair?,I had to go back to make sure what I saw existed.
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Beautiful white horse walking slowly following traffic in the lane of a blind shoulder in the middle of the night. Drunks flying by as we calm the horse snd police refuse to help because its an animal contol issue so it takes hours to diffuse
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Police are the lowest IQ individuals they can find. Like sub corky level. All they have to do is follow orders. Just like genociders. It didn't used to be this way and it won't very soon from now.
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my mom called today and told me she had a patient that shit threw the vagina all her life

wtf
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Holy shit, I've been thinking of this very thing since i heard it, on the radio, some 20 years or so ago.. On the john and ken show on kfi 640.. They were talking about this thing... I ever so often think of this as one of the weirdest things...

Crazy you brought it up...

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When I was a teenager I went to a residential rehab. I was just depressed. My dad was fairly wealthy. These kids I was in with were CPS mentally I’ll awaiting foster care, juvie, or jail. Well, they set up to worship Satan in there. They brought flame from seemingly nowhere I think it was them using the electrical outlets - to light candles. They set up a pentagram with candles and they used to worship Satan next door. And the staff were very SUPPORTIVE because these kids were under the care of the state. They couldn’t deprive them of their religious rights.

I was roommates with two guys. One of the guys was a devil worshipper that used to hang out next door. Guy snuck in this creepy ass ring. He said it was from an Indian burial ground. I shit you not the guy would seemingly teleport or walk through walls. He also heard things I said that would’ve been impossible for him to physically hear.

One night he showed me a card trick. The kids was doing things that were absolutely impossible. It was our deck of cards. He could changed them to all one suit or all one card and he was just doing crazy card tricks. So, my roommate and I were getting creeped out so we took his ring after finding his hiding spot and chucked it over the fence when we were outside on break from therapy.

And he comes back with it on. And that night after he came back from being next door worshipping satan; he came in and started speaking like he was possessed and attacked us. It was so bad that we both had to restrain him and punch him a few times.

So then that kid gets moved out of our room but then this guy gets a new roommate over there and the possessed kid wrote out a note and pretended to be me in the note threatening his new roommate. I didn’t do anything but they were all over me about it and I almost got charged with a crime.

It might sound crazy. I still struggle to believe that this really happened. But it did. I wasn’t crazy. Most my life I’ve tried to live in denial it didn’t happen or my mind made it up or I was on meds. No it fucking happened and if I remembered or knew the kids name who was my roommate he’ll tell you the exact same story. That was burned into my memory pretty hard
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This was about 24 years ago
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I stayed in a motel somewhere in a shithole place in Nevada. Fat numb guy at the reception gave me a key for room sixteen. It was the room in the back. Took my gear and walked to room sixteen. Did not need my key for the door was already open. Stared into the room and saw three naked man upon a single bed. One of them was shitting in the mouth of one of the other men. Then the man who got shitted in his mouth started pushing the shit back into the ass of the third man. Using his tongue. I sang glory glory hallelujah for them. I was nineteen then. Didn’t know shit like that actually could exist. But it’s true. Never came back to America. Needed EMDR. Still not over it.
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The clerk must have sensed that you wanted the special room, one where all your fantasies can play out in your head.
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With all the cold weather in Texas, I actually a Democrat with his hands in his own pockets.





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