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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP13 Feb 2020 3:53 p.m. PST

…Other Dimensions.

"There has long been an intriguing theory on our reality, that of the concept that we do not exist in a vacuum, and that far from the only universe there are countless others coexisting side by side. It is a notion known as the "multiverse," and it really opens a lot of mind-bending possibilities and spins on what we think we know. The idea is that there are literally infinite versions of realities and different timelines all simultaneously existing in tandem, perhaps only separated by a thin curtain through which others may on occasion bleed through to each other. What this might entail is left open for debate, but one often talked about consequence of such a merging or opening between alternate dimensions is that people or other creatures from those realities might cross over into our own, strangers in a strange land that temporarily visit only to once again vanish without a trace.

A very strange encounter was included in the book Mysterious Disappearances: And Other Strange Tales, by Robert Quinn, and allegedly took place in the state of Utah in 1977. The two witnesses, called Ben and Steve, were out hiking and photographing sandstone formations in the wilds and set up camp for the night near some sandstone outcroppings, before continuing their adventure the next morning. It was on this day as they hiked along that a strange wind kicked up out of nowhere, growing in intensity and sending swirls of sand and dust spinning through the air. The winds were reaching gale force, and were so ferocious that the two men decided to take shelter in a sandstone cave, and this was when they would have their strange experience…"
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GurKhan14 Feb 2020 2:53 a.m. PST


Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP14 Feb 2020 11:30 a.m. PST



Oberlindes Sol LIC Supporting Member of TMP14 Feb 2020 8:23 p.m. PST
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robert piepenbrink Supporting Member of TMP15 Feb 2020 1:53 p.m. PST

Well, now we know what happened to Benjamin Bathurst--or we would know, if these stories had been sourced so that we could check the alleged "eyewitnesses" and take a look at the physical evidence--except that the physical evidence all seems to disappear too.

As it is, file it along with the "reporting" which cites anonymous sources. If there is no way to check your story, you are a fiction writer.

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