I Saw Them
After the many confused responses that we’ve so far received, we felt it necessary to provide a quick ‘mission statement’ before launching right into our testimonials.
“I Saw Them” is a website (or, more accurately, a web domain) dedicated to making available the personal accounts of people who may or may not have encountered the paranormal in their day-to-day lives.
The accounts here include, but are not limited to, encounters with aliens, cryptids, entities from another physical or spiritual plane of existence, visitors from the deep recesses of our own gullibility, and shadow-beings from the poorly-understood and rarely-glimpsed realms of pure speculation.
We make absolutely not claims concerning the truth, mental health, or actual existence of the people whose narratives we have graciously supplied. This is provided for entertainment purposes only, and does not constitue one of the many legitimate inquiries into the factual basis for paranormal beliefs (not to mention the many more ridiculous ones).
Nor should the occassional references (to such entities as casinos that take Webmoney and casino deposits in general) be regarded as anything other than pragmatic elements of an overall marketing strategy that has nothing whatsoever to do with the paranormal. This should not be interpreted as a dismissive attitude towards such matters, though the author is skeptical, agnostic, and a little too willing to joke about even things that he also takes very seriously.
Clover MacGagerie from Dunthorpe sent us this unusual and eerie account of her(?) encounter with visitors(?):
“I’d been playing online slots and went to bed a little later than usual that night, and quickly fell into a deep sleep. A loud noise seemed to wake me suddenly. I turned to the nightstand to see what time it was, and was surprised and not a little concerned when it showed no numbers that I recognized. I think there was a five, but it might have been backwards.
“Anyway, the echoes of that sound seemed to be still ringing in the rafters…I didn’t hear the sound itself, you understand, but the aftereffects of a loud sound. My cat was nowhere to be seen. I got out of bed, feeling more sore than usual, and tried to turn on the light. No luck.
“I didn’t think to think that the power couldn’t be out, because I’d just been looking at the clock-radio. It just didn’t cross my mind.
“All I had to see my way around was the moonlight coming through the gauzy drapes, and it seemed very bright. Was there a full moon that night? Whatever it was, it made my own home look unfamiliar. The areas that were lit up looked too bright, they were hard to focus on, and the places that weren’t lit up were just pitch black. I felt like I was walking through pieces of my home, picked up and set somewhere else with incomplete knowledge of the original design.
“Before I reached the door of my bedroom, I was aware of an almost imperceptible dimming of the brightness. Without having seen anything, I instinctively knew that something had walked in front of my window. I say ‘walked’, but it’s on the second floor, so ‘flew’ or ‘glided’ or ‘passed’ may be closer to the truth.
“I tried to turn to see, but doing so gave me the most intense vertigo that I’ve ever felt in my life, even after that experience at online casino USA. My vision blurred and it was all I could do to get my trembling body back to the bed.
“I don’t know how the next few hours were spent, honestly, but I woke in the morning feeling groggy but not unhappy. Whatever had happened, it was unusual to the point of fantastic, but there was no sense of threat or danger. My cat was asleep on my head as usual.”
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