Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Daily 2 Cents: MIB Posing as IRS Agents -- Haunted Camping Trailer -- Catfish Falls From the Sky...Hits Woman in the Face

MIB Posing as IRS Agents

Warsaw / Sedalia, Missouri - 1996-07-10 - 11:00AM: On this day, I drove into Warsaw, Mo. to check the mailbox at the post office downtown Warsaw. As I was heading west, in front of Newman`s grocery store I passed a black car heading east with two men in it.

The men were dressed in black suits and black glasses riding in a older model black car. I thought right away, men-in-black! I thought that was an odd event. I picked up the mail and headed back to the office outside of Warsaw south.

An hour later, I needed to run out to the Warsaw high school for some paper work. As I headed on hwy south towards the high school, I just happened to look left down hwy MM and there sit the black car facing north towards our office. I thought how odd!

Later that day, I finished work and headed home to Sedalia, Mo.

When I arrived to my apartment, around 6:30pm, I looked out my second floor apartment sliding door and saw the same black car backed into the apartment complex parking lot! I thought what heavens?

About an hour later, the car was gone. I went over to see my mom, who lived next door. While I was over there, I also went to see an older lady friend who lived next to my mom.

My friend told me that some IRS men had ask her some questions about me. Now, I knew why they had been there. - MUFON CMS


Haunted Camping Trailer

Walter in Columbia Heights, Wisconsin called in to tell of his bizarre encounter at his friends camping trailer:

“We were out in Amery, Wisconsin fishing with my fishing buddy. We worked at the same place, Flowers and Architectural Mills. And the guy who was in the trailer, who bought the trailer who eventually sold the trailer, committed suicide in it. Blew his brains out with a shotgun. And one day we were out there – ooh, we used to tie one on. Those were some good drunks. And we went to bed late and I could hear the door open and hear something walking down through the door and I could feel a presence – that it was something kind of nasty. I opened my eyes and I saw a blue haze come past me and it had a presence like I could not believe. I don't know what it was but it scared the bejeezus out of me. I think it was more unnerving because you something like a faint blue haze... it was nothing... there was no body to it but I could the presence... and the door opened. It opened the door and then closed the door to the trailer house that we were sleeping in. My friend, he was in the other bedroom and I told him about it. I think I got, I kind of shook him up too. And later on, it was in the winter-time, we could hear crunching in the snow. We looked out and we didn't see anything. No footprints. No nothing. It had a hard crunch on the snow. You know how it gets cold.”

Source: Darkness Radio - September 5, 2016

Transcribed by Jamie Brian


Reports of Creepy Clowns Spread to More Cities: 'It Is Not Funny,' Police Say

There have been more clowns in more cities spotted lurking in the woods.

Police in the Carolinas have received more than a dozen reports in the last month from people claiming clowns, some with white-painted faces, were acting strangely in the area – at least once attempting to lure kids into the woods with money.

The reports have fueled speculation that the sightings could be a hoax, or possibly even morbid fans trying to promote the 2017 movie release of Stephen King's It, about an evil clown known as Pennywise that terrorized a group of young boys.

One local TV station wondered if Rob Zombie's upcoming film, about a group of kidnapped carnival workers, might be involved in guerrilla marketing – but the distributor said they were not.

"If this is a hoax or publicity stunt it is not funny," Greensboro police spokeswoman Susan Danielsen tells PEOPLE. "It is alarming to the public and a drain on police resources. We just don't know at this point, because we haven't had the chance to interview any clowns."

The latest sighting occurred on Tuesday, when a man brandishing a machete chased a clown into the woods near an apartment complex in Greensboro, North Carolina, police said. Read more at Reports of Creepy Clowns Spread to More Cities: 'It Is Not Funny,' Police Say


Mysterious Catfish Falls From the Sky...Hits Woman in the Face

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s... a fish?

A Philadelphia woman says she was knocked to the ground when a 5-pound catfish fell from the sky and struck her in the face.

Lisa Lobree was on her way to a Labor Day exercise class near the Philadelphia Museum of Art when she was suddenly “slammed by something,” Lobree told the Philadelphia Enquirer.

“I was like, ‘What!?’ I was freaking out,” she recalled.

Several news outlets suggested that the 16-inch catfish fell from the grasp of a bird flying in the sky above.

Lobree suffered a small cut under her left eye and some swelling from the flying fish.

She was also hit with a distinct odor.

“I smelled so bad afterwards,” she told CBS Philadelphia. “I smelled disgusting.”

Of course, nobody wants to be smacked in the face by a fish falling form the sky, but Lobree is at least making the best of it.

“It could have been so much worse,” she told the Inquirer. “What if it hit a child? It was a not a fun experience, but there are so many worse things that could’ve happened. It’s probably one of the strangest things that have happened to me in my life.” - Mysterious Catfish Falls From The Sky, Hits Woman In The Face



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