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What's the strangest thing you've ever seen? When I was a little girl in Puerto Rico, my brother and I were playing with some kids at a playground across the street from the ocean. My brother was several years older, so he was the kind of watching out for us. Some kind of silver aircraft - not a plane or a helicoptor - landed in the ocean. I'm not saying it was a spaceship or anything, but I have no idea what it was. I can vividly remember my brother saying "I think we better go in now." We went in, without a word to our parents, as if we saw something land in the ocean every day. To this day, I don't know what it was.
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A few years ago I was driving past Indian Point, a nuclear power plant, and out of the smoke stakes was a question mark! I tried taking a pic, but I was driving so by the time I found my phone I was too far bast it.... but it it was far out!
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Ghosts.... Quite a few too!
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What's the strangest thing you've ever seen? When I was a little girl in Puerto Rico, my brother and I were playing with some kids at a playground across the street from the ocean. My brother was several years older, so he was the kind of watching out for us. Some kind of silver aircraft - not a plane or a helicoptor - landed in the ocean. I'm not saying it was a spaceship or anything, but I have no idea what it was. I can vividly remember my brother saying "I think we better go in now." We went in, without a word to our parents, as if we saw something land in the ocean every day. To this day, I don't know what it was.
my goodneess! really?...
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my goodneess! really?...
Yes...never have seen anything remotely like it again. If I was in Puerto Rico now, I'd be looking out for that chupcabra .
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Yes...never have seen anything remotely like it again. If I was in Puerto Rico now, I'd be looking out for that chupcabra .
Here in Mexico if very Famous he Chupacabras... but At the moment are not confirmate their existence....
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Here in Mexico if very Famous he Chupacabras... but At the moment are not confirmate their existence....
Yes Mexico has it Chupacabras but here in Canada we have Bigfoot, although I have never had and encounter myself, my sister and brother-in-law who like in British Columbia swear they have seen the tracks when they were hiking.

I think the strangest thing I ever seen was a two headed Salamander(type of lizard) that lives under the leaves in the wooded areas of Ontario. My older brother actually caught it and used it for a show and tell project in school.
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In Vancouver, I saw a guy smoking crack in the middle of the day on the street. Ew.
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In Vancouver, I saw a guy smoking crack in the middle of the day on the street. Ew.
Hmmm..... I hope the rest of your honeymoon memories are way better! Vancouver certainly has its seedy side.

I'm not sure the strangest thing I've actually seen, I've had a few fairly psychic experiences though. Nothing huge and exciting, but there and real still.
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I live not too far north of Colorado Springs, Colorado (Norad), and one time I saw a Stealth Bomber. It was bizarre. It made no noise; it was like a kite or a bird flying over...
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Ghosts.... Quite a few too!
Yup, I've seen some very strange unexplainable things.
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I'll have to think about the strangest "general" thing I've seen. However, I have seen some really strange things as a nurse! Unfortunately posting them in an open family oriented forum would get me banned!
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I'll have to think about the strangest "general" thing I've seen. However, I have seen some really strange things as a nurse! Unfortunately posting them in an open family oriented forum would get me banned!

I work in the O.R......some of the things people do to themselves or each other, can boggle the mind!!!
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I work in the O.R......some of the things people do to themselves or each other, can boggle the mind!!!
Ain't that the truth!
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I live not too far north of Colorado Springs, Colorado (Norad), and one time I saw a Stealth Bomber. It was bizarre. It made no noise; it was like a kite or a bird flying over...
A fellow Coloradoan! Woo hoo! haha
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In Vancouver, I saw a guy smoking crack in the middle of the day on the street. Ew.
This only made me laugh because I have lived in NYC for almost 20 years. I have seen everything from prostitutes (female, male, and trans) servicing johns on the streets, drug addicts shooting dope, smoking crack, 2 hit and runs, and many other horrid things I wish I hadn't!

The strangest thing I've ever seen....... Outside my window, thousands of people walking down Houston with suitcases and hundreds of military vehicles driving the opposite way, including some heavy duty tanks.
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The strangest thing I've ever seen....... Outside my window, thousands of people walking down Houston with suitcases and hundreds of military vehicles driving the opposite way, including some heavy duty tanks.
Hmmm...I wonder what was going on. That would have really freaked me out.
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The strangest thing I've ever seen....... Outside my window, thousands of people walking down Houston with suitcases and hundreds of military vehicles driving the opposite way, including some heavy duty tanks.
yeah that would've been freaky. What was going on?
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I think mine is also one of the funniest things I've ever seen. It happened a few months ago. A local shopping center has some guy driving around the parking lot, advertising a Christmas service (I think he rents himself out for parties, dressed as Santa). Well, I was cutting though the lot, behind a car at the 3-way stop sign. Santa (yes, in full Santa regalia, driving a car with a Christmas theme painted all over it), was on the other side; stopping a few seconds after the car ahead of me, who had the right-of-way. She started to make her turn, but Santa thought HE was first, and also started, then cut her off, giving her the finger! Then, he actually stopped in mid-turn, in front of her, rolled his window down, and trash-talked to her! With his pipe still in his mouth, none-the-less. (That takes talent.) If he hadn't been dressed as Santa, and driving that silly SUV, it would've just been rude. With the suit and the SUV, it was hysterical. I know little kids could've seen it, etc., but it was still funny! I was laughing so hard, I literally had trouble driving, and had to pull over to call someone--anyone--to tell them about it! DH didn't share my laughter. I still think it was a hoot!

On his website, he looks like such a jolly Kris Kringle. If people only knew...
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The strangest thing I've ever seen....... Outside my window, thousands of people walking down Houston with suitcases and hundreds of military vehicles driving the opposite way, including some heavy duty tanks.
We had something similar here a few years ago. It was staged in order to give us an understanding of what those in actual war zones face very single day...military vehicles and tanks thundering down their streets.

Another time they staged a training camp for urban warfare in downtown complete with helicopters.

https://lists.resist.ca/pipermail/pr...ry/011689.html
post #21 of 24
Well not the strangest thing I have ever seen just more cute, and the most recent odd sighting thing.
I was at Maxwell Street Days (A big giant sidewalk sale in Downtown Madison) and a lady was at one of the stands with a rabbit on a harness. Not a pet store variety bunny, but a reqular ole rabbit you would see decimating your garden. It was just so odd and out of place looking on a downtown street! I wish I would have had time to chat with her, but I was running (as best you can through a throng of shoppers) to catch a bus. All I had time to do was look down and go Awwwww! and keep on moving.
For anyone fearing the bun bun may have been stepped on in a croud, it was like the red sea parting around this rabbit!
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Well not the strangest thing I have ever seen just more cute, and the most recent odd sighting thing.
I was at Maxwell Street Days (A big giant sidewalk sale in Downtown Madison) and a lady was at one of the stands with a rabbit on a harness. Not a pet store variety bunny, but a reqular ole rabbit you would see decimating your garden. It was just so odd and out of place looking on a downtown street! I wish I would have had time to chat with her, but I was running (as best you can through a throng of shoppers) to catch a bus. All I had time to do was look down and go Awwwww! and keep on moving.
For anyone fearing the bun bun may have been stepped on in a croud, it was like the red sea parting around this rabbit!
That is cute!
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We have a friend down in SC that has an old junkyard with a trailer in it that we call the Empire. It also has a garage with 3 refrigerators, every tool known to man, and a stage complete with stripper pole and colored lights. It is a REALLY fun place to spend the weekend. One weekend they could not entice any "dancin' gals" to come out, so a guy named Beautiful Bubba did the honors on the coffee table inside the trailer. Beautiful Bubba is a brick mason with really long arms, overalls, a long red pony tail, and weighs about 250. He jumped up on the table and began doing a strip tease with his overalls. The women that were there all pulled out their dollars and he came waist deep out of his overalls while doing a very lively if awkward dance. I'll never hear Tom Petty's "Last Dance With Mary Jane" in the same way.
That is just one of the many strange goings on at the Empire.
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Hmmm...I wonder what was going on. That would have really freaked me out.
It was 911.........................
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