Entering my LTL terminal in central Pennsylvania, I experienced a power outage that lasted no more than 10 seconds. I was grabbing a few things before heading out to another facility under my responsibility.
When the lights came on I thought nothing of it, gathered my stuff, and left.
When I started my car I noticed that 45 minutes had passed. My watch appeared to be correct as it indicated about 10 minutes or so for me to enter the building, gather my stuff, and leave.
I went back inside to check the clocks. The wall clock (a plug-in) was the same as my watch.
Maybe my alarm clock at home was off?
Not according to the dock supervisor wondering why it took me almost two hours to travel 45 minutes. I had called her prior to leaving the terminal.
I noticed nothing different. Some would argue that it explains quite a bit.
Stange, but not like Harry Turner. As reported in ufoinsight, he experienced a lot more than just lost time!
He lost miles on his rig for safe driving awards and he gained X-ray vision.
Driving at night in his rig from Winchester to Fredericksburg, Virginia, Turner noticed a bright light heading toward him. He lost control of the truck and as it stopped the door opened and he felt a force holding him in his seat.
Turner quickly grabbed his gun and emptied eight rounds into thin air. Next thing he knows he’s in a field with a road flare shoved…no, no wait that’s not the story.
The next thing Turner knows, he is in his truck parked at his destination with an empty gun, eight spent rounds, and a watch that shows 11 p.m. – when the rest of the Eastern Seaboard thinks it’s 3 a.m.
The odometer on his rig only recorded 17 of the 88-mile trip and the worst thing about it is that diesel went from $0.80 per gallon to $5.00! No, no, no, it was an alien abduction, not life in 2022. The story ain’t that crazy.
The mileage is true though…I guess.
This was not the end.
Turner gained the ability to see through things. He could see through his ceiling at night and watch the stars. He could see through his wife’s skin and watch her digest a burrito. And, even wildlife began to become leery of Harry when he was around. In addition, for some reason, Alpha Centauri was a star system that he became obsessed with for no apparent reason.
After years of becoming more and more reclusive and suicidal, Turner dropped out of society and is believed to have died.
I’m not so sure.
I think investigators have missed a rather key and damning piece of evidence.
Alpha Centauri is not some random star system. It was the destination of the Robinson family. Their mission was to colonize!
It appears they may have been successful.
Lost in Space?
I think not.
Peace and love