I traveled to the big city last week. The big, big city. Which by all accounts, places my body into extreme shock physically, mentally, as well as emotionally. I left my home in Colorado, where an eight point buck and sleepy pronghorn are my nearest neighbors, to visit a land of people.
And aliens. The extraterrestrial kind.
Forget Fermi. I found proof of alien visitation on every street I walked.
I hesitate revealing the name of the city for safety reason, so I won’t. It could place them in jeopardy. But if you figure it out, leave the city’s name in the comment section. It will be just between you and me. And the one other person who reads this blog.
Once the name of the city is discovered, its entire existence could be uprooted and teleported to the planet known as Luminos, where they study humans to see if we would make satisfactory manual laborers. Seems our humanity keeps us from passing their test.
And you thought Men In Black was just a movie.
Evidence. You want evidence. Look at the pictures I managed to sneak while the Extraterrestrial Intelligences (ETIs) weren’t looking.
Or maybe they were.
Things That Creeped Me Out
Just plain freaky.
Subliminal messages abound.
Anyone thinking Bates Motel?
Things That Made Me Wonder
Dalmatian hung in effigy. Who does that?
Unparalleled parking it’s called. How does that work unless you are capable of teleportation. Or possess a Beam-Me-Up-Scotty device.
Sign displays: Please dip your ATM card.
Who says dip?
Things That Made Me Laugh And Then Feel Creepy
Love the artwork. I wonder if aliens call their art, artwork?
Silly ETIs can’t spell. Or is Baztard secret code?
“One of these things is not like the others.”
Things That Made Me Go: Oh Yah, Aliens For Sure.
People entered these dark holes in the ground and never surfaced.
Where’d they go?
That’s cause the rest of the time the parking space is needed for other-dimensional travel.
It’s like reserved parking for ETIs?
This is where those people went who entered the dark holes in the ground.
Alive and well in another dimension.
Disclaimer: This blog was written in fun and to entertain the thought of how alien a big city looks to a rural outsider. I love this city. It’s full of hustle and bustle and people, twenty-four-seven people. One might admit, however, there is some creepy stuff going on in the big cities. But then, out here where the antelope play, I have my sneaky suspicions that it’s not always antelope, or deer, or raccoons or wildlife of any kind that roam. I’ll save close encounters of the Colorado kind for another blog.
Second Photo from the top is a scene from the Outer Limits’s “Feasibility Study” first aired April 13, 1964— Season 1 Episode 29. And remade July 11. 1997—season 3 episode 7. Written by Joseph Stefano and directed by Bryon Hasking in 1964 and Ken Girotti in 1997. The planet Luminos is used in this OL episode.
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