Ghosts: A Strange, True Case of a Vanishing Man (reblog)

Readers! This is such a weird story I had to share it: especially as it was witnessed by several people.  See what you think.  I have no explanation.  It sounds in some ways like what some would describe as ‘alien abduction,’ or, as a ‘slip in time.’  My take:  it’s a mystery!  Read on at the link below, thanks to Michael D. Turashoff for this one:

Can people disappear into thin air? The following story about David Lang, a Tennessee farmer, may just give you second thoughts about how you answer this question.

via Can People Disappear into Thin Air? Ask David Lang If You Can Find Him! — Michael D. Turashoff

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2 thoughts on “Ghosts: A Strange, True Case of a Vanishing Man (reblog)

  1. Jan, first off all, I love the “Book Em Jan O” a play on the “Book Em Dan O” from the “Hawaii Five O” phrase that was used when they caught the bad guy. Very original and very cute LOL.

    Anyhoo, thank you so much for reblogging my article, I truly am honored. Maybe between your followers and mine we can finally find out what happened to poor ole David Lang, when he vanished in 1880 while several people witnessed the event.

    So, let’s put on our deerstalker hats and fll our Calabash pipe with an abundance of shag tobacco and let’s set to the task of finding Mr. Lang.

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    • Thank you! It is a fascinating story. It reminds me of alien abduction tales more than anything – or, a ‘slip in time’ story: the fact that his kids heard his voice some time after his disappearance is something.

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