Friday, April 30, 2010

Phantoms and Monsters: Paranormal, UFOs, Cryptids and Unexplained Phenomena

UPDATE: Former Police Officer Recalls Reptilian Encounters, Sightings
An update on my previous post concerning Matt's encounters with "alien beings"

Today, Matt forwarded a disturbing email stating that he was concerned by telephone calls and text messages being received by himself, business associates and family. I contacted Matt by telephone and we discussed his past encounters and the current incidents. In turn, he asked that I post the emails as well as some background information. It has been decided not to divulge Matt's full name and current address at this time...Lon

"My friend's phone has been sending text messages by itself. The messages are sexually explicit. They've been sent to men and women in his contact directory. The grammar seems to have an overly perfect style, but also has a strange tone to it. It is reminiscent of the strange "antiquated" dialect of English that David Eckhart has heard the reptilians use. Whoever is writing these, doesn't speak normal domestic USA English."

"He is also receiving "dead air" calls from 11 digit numbers, which should be impossible. There's no such thing as 11 digit phone numbers. He is an attorney, and partner at a major law firm in Chicago. He has no interest in UFO subject matter. Read on for full article

Phantoms and Monsters: Paranormal, UFOs, Cryptids and Unexplained Phenomena

4 comments:

briangreischar said...

Has the Matt looked into a possible hacking of the phone in question? There are eleven digit numbers depending on where its coming from or may be a glitch in your service. I've heard of folks doing all sorts of cell phone hacks... automaticly send every text to another number secretly, autoanswer from a specific number (think a bug you carry everywhere), and auto-forward texts from a certain number to name just three. Anyways, most of these problems can be fixed by ditching the phone and if its a smartphone, the apps should be used cautiously. Check with your provider for more specific help, just make sure you don't get some sort of brush-off and if you do talk to someone else. Best of luck to you.

Elizabet said...

Thanks for your input - I think that's the best place to start actually - checking the plausibility of someone "winding him up" or just "hacking" for whatever reason hackers hack!

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