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Re: Identfy Friend Or Foe? - Freeman

From: Kelly Freeman <Khfflsciufo.nul>
Date: Sun, 7 Mar 2004 12:27:46 EST
Fwd Date: Sun, 07 Mar 2004 12:47:29 -0500
Subject: Re: Identfy Friend Or Foe? - Freeman

Hello list,

I would like to give you my perspective on the "sleep
paralysis" phenomenon. While living on Long Island, between
1988-90, I experienced numerous episodes where I would be lying
on my couch and then dozing off only to be suddenly awakened by
an intense electrical impulse inside the right side of my brain
followed by a sense of paralysis. I would try to move, but I
couldn't do it. Usually. these episodes would last only about 10
seconds or so, but it was still a little uncomfortable.

Since I moved down here to Florida, it has not happened to me
again. But, while I was visiting my father in New Mexico, and
sleeping in his RV, it happened again, accompanied by the radio
inside suddenly coming on briefly and what I would describe as
an orange light appearing, briefly inside. I can also remember
hearing female voices in my head. This lasted only seconds.

While on Long Island, I had endured a number of experiences,
 which I won't go into here, but the paralysis episodes were
only a part of a whole.

It is my belief that at least during 1988-1990, Long Island was
experiencing more than its share of UFO sightings. Now, I am not
saying that the paralysis episodes were caused by UFOs or
aliens. Just trying to give the episodes a little perspective.
At no time was I under any medication of any kind for
any- thing. I simply don't do the pharmaceutical thing.

I have never mentioned this to anyone before, because I have
been trying to find some answers to these "happenings". Any
feedback would be appreciated. Just keep it intelligent.

Mr. Kelly Freeman

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