Jessica Dunlap email@example.com
Fri, May 15, 2009 at 11:55 AM
Hello my name is Jessica from Camden, NJ and Iíd like to share one of my experiences involving displaced time. It was a normal sunny spring afternoon in April and I was outside of my cousinís house socializing with friends & family. Two of my cousins, my friend and I were standing on one side of the street, (on the sidewalk) my other cousin was on the opposite side( also on the sidewalk). I was checking the time, ( which was about 3:00pm) as my friendís brother pulled up I remember seeing him get out of the car, walk up to my cousin (whoís standing alone on the opposite side of the street) and shake his hand. The next thing I remember he was walking out of the apartment with my cousin so I turned around to say hi but everyone looked at me strangely and I didnít know why. When I finally asked, everyone said heíd spoken to me as he walked up to shake my cousinís hand but I had no recollection of it. They told me I stopped talking to them, turned around and gave him the coldest expression ever and then continued talking as if he wasnít standing there. What made it even more strange, was it was now 3:10 and everyoneís recollection of the last 10 minutes were the same except mine. I know itís not the most exciting story but its just food for thought.