Strange phemonoma: Describe your odd, weird or unusual sighting or experience.

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  1. ptosis profile image75
    ptosisposted 9 years ago

    Strange phemonoma: Describe your odd, weird or unusual sighting or experience.

    Mines: was driving up a hairpin turn up the mountains and spotted something shiney and metallic like a airplane but stationary and right on top of the crest of the mountain ridge. I stopped to look better but nothing but sky....

  2. Hound Cat profile image61
    Hound Catposted 9 years ago

    As I was driving, I saw a multi colored object hovering in the distance.  Never could figure out what it was.

  3. suncat profile image61
    suncatposted 9 years ago

    people write so much and have lots readers and all that and no ad clicks.

    This is a weird and strange phenomena and unusual experience.
    No one cares a lot about ads. It's weird smile))

    And also bananas. Why can't they just last like other fruits.

    Oh, and the thing that amazes me is why people go to the gym after work and ignore stairs at work. )

  4. Faceless39 profile image96
    Faceless39posted 9 years ago

    I was camping with my family a few years back.  Everyone was asleep, but I was totally awake.  The tent was open on top so I could see through to the sky.  A bright white orb suddenly appeared, and the rest of the description is in a hub I wrote.  But it was crazy and definitely changed my life!

  5. Tracy Lynn Conway profile image97
    Tracy Lynn Conwayposted 9 years ago

    I have not personally seen anything odd other than people that have poor social skills.  My husband who grew up in Ireland does tell me of ghosts that haunt the house he was raised in and swears they are real.  I think he is trying to fool me.

  6. LeisureLife profile image70
    LeisureLifeposted 9 years ago

    I could swear that I saw the eyes on a painting of Jesus move once...

  7. seekingmeme profile image59
    seekingmemeposted 9 years ago

    December 5, 1991 around 3am: I was in Raleigh, NC visiting a friend of mine at NC State University. I was sound asleep, but awoke suddenly with severe pain in my side. The pain was excruciating, but after about 15 minutes, it subsided and I went back to sleep. Around 5:30am, the phone rang. I heard my friend answer and could tell from the tone of his voice that something was wrong. He hung up the phone, brought me a glass of orange juice, then told me that there had been an accident overnight and my younger brother had been killed. I found out later that the impact of the steering wheel on his body as he was thrown from the vehicle crushed his liver - the exact time and location of the pain I'd felt.


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