April 25, 2024

Strange Encounter on a Summer Night

Q: In Jerome Clark’s book, “Unexplained,” is a story of 13-year-old Harry Anderson, who had a strange encounter on a summer night in 1919. Anderson claimed to have seen a column of 20 little men marching in single file toward him. The moonlight made them clearly visible and Anderson could see that they were dressed in leather knee pants with suspenders. The men were shirtless, bald and had pale white skin, talking in unison. Young Anderson couldn’t make out what they were saying. Are you familiar with this?

A: Of course. They were singing, “Hi ho, hi ho, it’s off to work we go.”


Q: For years, Hollywood has made a fortune on horror movies that consistently cast a dark light on Voodoo–portraying images of zombies, voodoo dolls and evil doers who excel at bending a person’s will. In reality, Voodoo is a religion that has been practiced in Haiti for hundreds of years, before eventually making its way to the United States. New Orleans’ Voodoo works on the principals of harnessing the forces of nature to work for you. Would you ever consider experimenting with Voodoo?

A: I did. I recently named a Ken doll after a friend, Bob, and now Bob’s gay.


Q: It has long been held that just outside of our scope of understanding, we are “all knowing.” If this is true, wouldn’t it behoove us to seek knowledge and help from this “omniscient” part of ourselves in order to facilitate our efforts to time travel? Better yet, wouldn’t it be amazing if this part of us that knows how to time travel could be here with us all of the time so we could learn this and other wonderful things from it?

A: Absolutely. I would like to travel back to 1967 and thank my next door neighbor for stealing my girlfriend.


Q: I recently took a “Psychic Ability Test” online. I passed it with flying colors. I scored high on Retrocognition: The ability to know what happened in the past, Clairvoyance: The ability to “see” the unknown, Remote viewing: The ability to see physical objects at a distance, Telepathy: The ability to tune into others’ thoughts and Precognition: An uncanny ability to look into the future and know ahead of time what is going to happen. Should I pursue this further, possibly as a career calling?

A: You’re the psychic, ace. You tell me.


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