Discussion in 'Welcome to Alien Expanse' started by nivek, Jul 19, 2016.
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indrid cold? MIB?
called my dads gf to get a better story so i didnt have to paraphrase about the mothman stuff.. my daughter screaming the whole time didnt help so i will try again later but this is what i did hear her say "[grandson] has seen the tracks by the barn, looked like gigatic rabbit tracks, prongs in front one in the back. down thru moms yards.. thru the driveways, road and [hersisters] vehicle then stopped" "whenever i would walk home from moms this very large creature with wings would sit up in the trees and watch me walk home. never bothered with me but i definitely knew it was there watching me"
she also said she has a book on the mothman. and she has never heard of indrid cold or the grinning man. again she lives in the northern/eastern panhandle area of WV.
i'll look into this indrid cold character. may answer some of my own questions.
and this pops up on my feed... on point.... as my bf says "**&^K.. they just keep mentioning all these places i've been to, i've even lived in some of these places. i can picture these places in my mind.."
read this book : http://avalonlibrary.net/ebooks/John A. Keel - Mothman Prophecies.pdf
it is the book that started it all, goes very in depth on the subject
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right on . ty. reminds me to ask again what book my dads gf has. considering we may visit out there tomorrow that would be good to call about it today. also i am urged to look into 'Mammoth cave system' that stretches alot of the appalachia's and a little beyond. they say its the oldest mountain range.. yet a lot of it stays hidden which is kind f mind-blowing to me.. well.. a little.. one wrong turn and bye-bye off a cliff-face. there is certainly a weird energy to these mountains. stepping into the tree-line you feel as if you step into a time-less zone. one that the public has forgotten. one that nature has reclaimed as her own
this is right in the woods here.. an old buick. interesting story with this car.. my bf years ago took the chrome bumper to one of his college art classes.. soon after he was asked to remove it.. things got weird. objects would move around the room on 'thier own' and a weird feeling came across everyone.
you live there?
yeup. appalachia's are my home. and interestingly enough when i moved back to the mountains with my dad to move in with his gf.. i learned from my moms brother than my great-grandma and my grandma grew up in the same town i was moving too. i've always felt a connection to these mountains. it's that north-eastern 'panhandle' area of WV
i could never move back to suburbia. i rather be surrounded by trees and mountains and animals over concrete anyday
I miss living in the country, I now live in a suburban "Utopia?" Anyway, It sucks. Too many neighbors always getting in my business. living in a tight-knit suburban community it has it's own unique courtesies, Yeah, I'll move back to the country some day.
moving back to my hometown near philly for a year was def nessecary to see where i wanted to actually be. and i saw that i was getting caught up in the 'live hard, party hard' crap. and i also realized that i was getting paid the least [out of all the shift managaer papa john's jobs i've had] in the most expensive county in one of the most expensive states. i couldn't believe it. but i had to see it. i had to know that life is not what my soul longs for.
"country road, take me home to the place i belong...WV" ;]
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