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Real Police Encounters with the Supernatural

January 6, 2017
by Brent Swancer

The job of police officer is a noble profession to be sure. They are here to serve and protect, to deal with the dangers that lurk in the shadows and beyond the corner, and to keep us safe from the often violent world we live in. Yet do these officers of the law sometimes have to deal with dangers not only from our own world, but also those from beyond the veil of our reality? Do they sometimes have brushes with the unexplained and the paranormal? Apparently yes they do. Police officers surely must see some strange things on their patrols, but nothing quite as strange as some of the reports that have come in over the years of cops who have apparently had encounters with something they cannot explain, and possibly direct contact with entities beyond the barrier that separates the world of the living with the world of the dead. Here we will look at some reports of high strangeness that have allegedly been made by various individuals within the law enforcement community, and which show us that this profession can be far weirder and more frightening than one might guess.

There is actually a surprisingly vast number of paranormal encounters reported by law enforcement, so many that it is hard to even know where to begin. One official police report contains a very strange story indeed. In one case an unidentified officer was called to a residence on a call referred to as a “5150,” which is assigned to a psychiatric problem of some kind. When the officer arrived, an elderly woman who turned out to be the homeowner greeted him to tell him that her son had taken drugs and was convinced that when he entered his room he could see an old man in a WWII uniform hanging on a noose from the ceiling. When the officer spoke to the son directly, the strung-out man claimed that he had been told not to enter the room by the spirit dwelling within because it was the angry spirit’s father who was supposedly hanging from the ceiling.

The officer entered the room and found no body hanging from the ceiling by a noose as claimed, and it was at that time that a veteran officer purportedly arrived on the scene, who told the other officer that he had been called to that very same residence years before to investigate a case of an older man who had hung himself there in that exact same bedroom. Apparently the victim had been a WWII veteran and had fully decked himself out in his old uniform before ending his own life on the noose. It was certainly unsettling for the younger officer, who had had no knowledge at all of such a depressing past case, and began to wonder if there was something strange at work on the premises, perhaps something not of this world.

Just as spooky is a report from a police officer from rural Nebraska in the 1990s. The officer claimed that he was patrolling an area of derelict, abandoned buildings where copper thieves were known to be at work in the middle of winter, with snow blanketing the scene everywhere. One house in particular was known for suspicious activity, and the officer passed by the house at 7PM to discover nothing unusual. However, when he passed by again he noticed that the back door was open, even though it had not been open before and there were additionally no footprints in the film of snow on the ground. Sensing that something weird was going on, the officer then allegedly called for backup and went in to investigate.

When the officer arrived at the door, it was obvious that there were not only absolutely no footprints in the snow, but none in the copious amount of dust strewn on the floor of the decrepit, abandoned house either. Indeed it looked for all appearances to have not been touched in years. Thinking that the wind must have merely blown the door open, the officer then reported hearing a loud bang coming from upstairs, followed by the eerie sound of children laughing and a ruckus of various bumps, scrapes, and thuds. The officer at this point was convinced that there were some kids up there goofing around and he ordered them to come out. When there was no response the policeman made his way through piles of broken furniture and strewn-about debris towards the stairs, all the while calling out to the trespassers without effect, which made him begin to think it was maybe just an animal rummaging about despite the fact that he was quite sure he had heard the distinct sound of laughter. When the officer reached the second floor he claims that all of the thuds, bangs and laughter abruptly went silent. What happened next was decidedly odd, as the officer himself says:


As I get to the top of the stairs, I hear a thump in the bedroom to the left. I carefully peek around the door and it’s an empty room with a small pile of plaster and wood debris in the middle. No kidding, sitting on top of the pile of debris was a page torn out of a child’s book with a picture of a police officer on it. The hair stood up on the back of my neck, I got out of that room, quickly cleared the other rooms upstairs and got the f**k out of there. Told dispatch nobody was in the house, locked the back door and never went back in there again.


Creepy cases like this are numerous. Another officer was called to a residence out in a remote, rural area in Wyoming at 11PM on a suspicious activity call. Upon arrival the officer and his partner were told that there was some frantic screaming coming from a nearby creek, which they heard for themselves several moments later. The unearthly screams sounded like they were coming from a woman who was in severe distress and terror, and the police officers promptly went to investigate. As they drew closer, the screams apparently got even more desperate and laden with sheer, unadulterated horror, growing louder and louder, to the point that it seemed for sure that some sort of brutal crime was taking place. When the officers approached the location from where the screams were thought to have uttered forth, they found absolutely nothing out of the ordinary, even after they did a complete search of the vicinity and cried out to whoever had been responsible or the target of the barbarity.

The baffled officers then started heading back to the house, and it was then that another scream pierced out from behind them, even closer than before. Another sweeping search turned up nothing at all, just utter silence. The policemen then apparently searched around yet again with their flashlights and heard another, extremely loud scream that lasted for around 30 seconds, but with no sign of anyone after several intensive searches the officers were forced to head back to the home and tell the family that they should call if they hear the same thing again, before leaving. Oddly, the night had been inexplicably silent other than the screams, which ceased as abruptly as they had started. One of the officers at the scene would say of the bizarre incident:


I still don’t know what it was, as an avid outdoorsman, I KNOW no animal makes a cry like that, especially one that can move stealthily without being spotted by flashlights. Something else that weirded me out was that it was completely silent while the screams were happening. During summer in Wyoming, there is always some type of ambient animal sounds, frogs croaking, crickets chirping, owls hooting, coyotes howling, etc, but there was nothing. Until we were leaving and the screams had stopped. Then a frog started croaking. It gives me the creeps just thinking about it still.

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http://mysteriousuniverse.org/2017/01/real-police-encounters-with-the-supernatural/

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« Reply #1022 on: Mar 15th, 2017, 2:20pm »

...and you Brits think we Americans are weird and don't know proper English.....


Not just dwingey chimbles: dialects are alive and kicking


A British Library collection of regional words and phrases shows that language is still evolving.

15 March 2017

"If you’re shilpit, you’ll be able to shuck on your dead ronking kecks as far as your oxters. It could be war nor worse to be idle as Ludlum’s dog, but playing acky 1-2-3 would have you jiffling in your gansey."


No, this isn’t an excerpt from an unseen fragment of A Clockwork Orange, in which Alex and his Droogs commit some act of unmentionable mayhem. Neither is it a lyric exhumed from that memorable yet entirely fictional folk singer Rambling Syd Rumpo (played by the late Kenneth Williams in the 1960s BBC radio series Round the Horne).

Those first two sentences contain words still used somewhere in England today, and show that dialect is very much alive and yet to be killed off by globalization. The British Library in London is gamely trying to keep track of all this in its Evolving English WordBank, a project to record English dialects and slang from around the world.

That the word ‘English’ is preceded in the name of the library project by the word ‘evolving’ is no empty alliterative affectation. Dialects are regional variants of language, and language is a protean thing whose evolution follows the same principles as those for genes and species in nature. Dialects, if left alone for long enough, can evolve into languages that continue to change. Middle Scots, for example, which evolved into the Scots immortalized by the poet Robert Burns, is thought by some to stem from Northumbrian, a variety of Old English, but is less influenced by French than its southern cousins are. And it probably has more borrowings from Norse.

Before the invention of printing, English was less a language than a collection of regional dialects loosely flung together like kittens in a sack. A reader of modern English can just about get the gist of Geoffrey Chaucer’s fourteenth-century The Canterbury Tales without a dictionary. The same reader, however, would find Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, written at around the same time somewhere in the northwest of England, almost unintelligible.

For in the same way that dialects are languages in the making, so, too, do languages and dialects die out. We understand Chaucer because our own strain of English evolved from it. The English of Gawain, however, became extinct. Except, perhaps, for a bare few dwingey chimbles sniggled from the march of progress.

http://www.nature.com/news/not-just-dwingey-chimbles-dialects-are-alive-and-kicking-1.21626?WT.ec_id=NEWSDAILY-20170315

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Greyfib got away just filed a report downstairs in the war room.
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LIKE PURR...THOSE COPIOUS NOTES ARE OF IMPORTANCE...HENCE...

"Greyfib got away just filed a report downstairs in the war room."

"Unfortunately this does not help us locate his or GRAYFIB's whereabouts."

THIS MUST BE CLEARED UP...GRAYFIB A.K.A. GREYFIB grin

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LIKE PURR...THOSE COPIOUS NOTES ARE OF IMPORTANCE...HENCE...

"Greyfib got away just filed a report downstairs in the war room."

"Unfortunately this does not help us locate his or GRAYFIB's whereabouts."

THIS MUST BE CLEARED UP...GRAYFIB A.K.A. GREYFIB grin

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Shh That was to throw THEM off the scent.....only a handful know the real spelling.. wink
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« Reply #1028 on: Mar 16th, 2017, 08:36am »

Grey or Gray: What’s the Difference?
How exactly is the color (colour?) between white and black supposed to be spelled? It is grey or gray? Do they mean the same thing? And which is correct? These are probably some of the most frequently asked questions my readers write in to ask me, so today I’m going to address this problem head on.

In this post, we will finally solve the grey vs. gray debate, so that you will never have to second-guess yourself while writing these words again.

What’s the Difference Between Grey and Gray?

Grey and Gray both can function as adjectives, nouns, and verbs, with all uses centering on the color intermediate between black and white. For example,

He is wearing a grey sweatshirt. (Adjective)
You need to add more gray into the mixture. (Noun)
My hair quickly grayed after my thirties. (Verb)

So you’re probably still asking yourself, “Okay, when do I know when to use gray or grey?”


Get the answer here and never confuse GrayFib & GreyFib again:
http://writingexplained.org/grey-or-gray-difference

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Exceptions to the Rule
While it is generally acceptable to use these words interchangeably, there are few instances where you cannot and one form is absolutely required over the other.

The first is with proper names. This one should be self-explanatory. If someone’s first name is “Gray,” you cannot spell it “Grey” and have that be acceptable. grin
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on Mar 15th, 2017, 2:20pm, Swamprat wrote:
...and you Brits think we Americans are weird and don't know proper English.....


Not just dwingey chimbles: dialects are alive and kicking


A British Library collection of regional words and phrases shows that language is still evolving.

15 March 2017

"If you’re shilpit, you’ll be able to shuck on your dead ronking kecks as far as your oxters. It could be war nor worse to be idle as Ludlum’s dog, but playing acky 1-2-3 would have you jiffling in your gansey."


No, this isn’t an excerpt from an unseen fragment of A Clockwork Orange, in which Alex and his Droogs commit some act of unmentionable mayhem. Neither is it a lyric exhumed from that memorable yet entirely fictional folk singer Rambling Syd Rumpo (played by the late Kenneth Williams in the 1960s BBC radio series Round the Horne).

Those first two sentences contain words still used somewhere in England today, and show that dialect is very much alive and yet to be killed off by globalization. The British Library in London is gamely trying to keep track of all this in its Evolving English WordBank, a project to record English dialects and slang from around the world.

That the word ‘English’ is preceded in the name of the library project by the word ‘evolving’ is no empty alliterative affectation. Dialects are regional variants of language, and language is a protean thing whose evolution follows the same principles as those for genes and species in nature. Dialects, if left alone for long enough, can evolve into languages that continue to change. Middle Scots, for example, which evolved into the Scots immortalized by the poet Robert Burns, is thought by some to stem from Northumbrian, a variety of Old English, but is less influenced by French than its southern cousins are. And it probably has more borrowings from Norse.

Before the invention of printing, English was less a language than a collection of regional dialects loosely flung together like kittens in a sack. A reader of modern English can just about get the gist of Geoffrey Chaucer’s fourteenth-century The Canterbury Tales without a dictionary. The same reader, however, would find Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, written at around the same time somewhere in the northwest of England, almost unintelligible.

For in the same way that dialects are languages in the making, so, too, do languages and dialects die out. We understand Chaucer because our own strain of English evolved from it. The English of Gawain, however, became extinct. Except, perhaps, for a bare few dwingey chimbles sniggled from the march of progress.

http://www.nature.com/news/not-just-dwingey-chimbles-dialects-are-alive-and-kicking-1.21626?WT.ec_id=NEWSDAILY-20170315



Thank you Swamprat! I love this. I've always been curious about the origin of words/slang.

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Mysterious UFO Turns Out to Be a Wrecked Google Internet Balloon

by Jack Crosbie
March 14, 2017

Google makes a lot of weird, interesting technology befitting for an emerging space-age. But until now, it’s never made an actual UFO. Then on Monday, civilians in the small town of San Luis, Colombia found a strange machine crumpled in a heap, blinking and smoking with a “strange liquid leaking from it.”

“We all thought it was a UFO or the remains of a spacecraft,” locals told El Tiempo newspaper, according to the BBC.

It turns out they were almost right, but not quite. In fact, the strange boxy object was an internet drone owned by Google’s Project Loon, a remote internet project that uses floating balloons to beam down internet access to remote parts of the world like Sri Lanka.

For all its sophistication, not even Google is immune to the old maxim of “what goes up must come down.” A similar balloon crashed in Sri Lanka last year. When the device came down in San Luis, locals initially thought it was a satellite.

Jorge Esguerra, the police commander for the greater Tolima region, correctly identified the “UFO” for what it was, denying that it was a satellite, as previously reported on Twitter. “It’s a technological device used by Google which moves around and is held aloft by a balloon,” he said.

Still, you can forgive the local residents of San Luis for thinking that something extraterrestrial had landed in their backyard. Check out this video of the device’s discovery. The caption in Spanish reads:

“Inhabitants of San Luis were shocked by the presence of a strange artifact that fell in the area. What will it be?”

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Patrick Stewart uses marijuana 'several times a day' to relieve arthritis pain

Published March 16, 2017

“Star Trek” actor Sir Patrick Stewart has revealed he uses cannabis to treat his arthritis.

The 76-year-old had painful and distorted hands before seeing a doctor in LA two years ago.

But he says cannabis-based spray, ointment and pills, which he buys legally, are working wonders.

The Brit, who played Captain Jean-Luc Picard in the TV series, said: “Two years ago, in Los Angeles, I was examined by a doctor and given a note which gave me legal permission to purchase, from a registered outlet, cannabis-based products, which I was advised might help the ortho-arthritis in both my hands.”

“This, it would seem, is a genetically-based condition. My mother had badly distorted and painful hands. I purchased an ointment, spray and edibles. The ointment, while providing some relief from the discomfort, was too greasy to use during daytime and so I only use it at night. It helps with sleep as the pain was reduced.”

“The spray, however, is much more usable and I spray my fingers and particularly my thumb joints several times a day. The spray very quickly evaporates and leaves my hands quite dry, though with a slight burning or tingling sensation, which is not unpleasant.”

“I believe that the ointment and spray have significantly reduced the stiffness and pain in my hands. I can make fists, which was not the case before I began this treatment.”

“I have had no negative side effects from this treatment and the alternative would have been to continue taking NSAID’s, Advil, Aleve and Naproxen, which are known to be harsh on the liver and to cause acid reflux.”

“As a result of this experience, I enthusiastically support the Oxford University Cannabis Research Plan. I believe this program of research might result in benefits for people like myself as well as millions of others.”

“I spray my fingers and particularly my thumb joints several times a day. It very quickly evaporates.”

He added: “I believe that the ointment and spray have significantly reduced the stiffness and pain in my hands. I can make fists, which was not the case before.”

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THE MIKE WALLACE INTERVIEW
Guest: Aldous Huxley
5/18/58


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WALLACE: This is Aldous Huxley, a man haunted by a vision of hell on earth. A searing social critic, Mr. Huxley 27 years ago, wrote Brave New World, a novel that predicted that some day the entire world would live under a frightful dictatorship. Today Mr. Huxley says that his fictional world of horror is probably just around the corner for all of us. We'll find out why, in a moment.

WALLACE: Good evening, I'm Mike Wallace. Tonight's guest, Aldous Huxley, is a man of letters, as disturbing as he is distinguished. Born in England, now a resident of California, Mr. Huxley has written some of the most electric novels and social criticism of this century.

He's just finished a series of essays called "Enemies of Freedom," in which he outlines and defines some of the threats to our freedom in the United States; and Mr. Huxley, right of the bat, let me ask you this: as you see it, who and what are the enemies of freedom here in the United States?

HUXLEY: Well, I don't think you can say who in the United States, I don't think there are any sinister persons deliberately trying to rob people of their freedom, but I do think, first of all, that there are a number of impersonal forces which are pushing in the direction of less and less freedom, and I also think that there are a number of technological devices which anybody who wishes to use can use to accelerate this process of going away from freedom, of imposing control.

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HUXLEY: Well, I don't think you can say who in the United States, I don't think there are any sinister persons deliberately trying to rob people of their freedom, but I do think, first of all, that there are a number of impersonal forces which are pushing in the direction of less and less freedom, and I also think that there are a number of technological devices which anybody who wishes to use can use to accelerate this process of going away from freedom, of imposing control.



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