The Abbeville, Louisiana Time Slip

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Two men in 1969 were driving away from Abbeville, Louisiana along an empty road when they approached an antique car driving slowly. The car was 30 years old, yet in mint condition. It had an orange license plate that said nothing but "1940" on it. At first, they didn't believe this was unusual. The car could have come from a car show, so they continued driving. As they passed, they saw a passenger in the car, a woman dressed in vintage 40's clothing, who was panicking. They waved her down and asked if she needed assistance, and she nodded yes. They pulled over, but were confused when they saw their own car on the side of the road as the antique car vanished.

The Abbeville, Louisiana Time Slip Incident

Do you believe this really happened?
Have you had any similar experiences?
Can you think of any logical explanations?
 
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I guess the only thing to do would be to study any local records of automobile incidents from that time. If police or emergency personnel were contacted by a woman in distress, etc., etc.

It is so much easier for people to put things like this off an nonsense. I believe they do so for their own protection, because they are incapable of dealing with anything that taxes them mentally or emotionally. Like the Man from Taured story I followed from that link. The first comment was "I suppose the source of this story is the internet." -- snicker, snicker behind their hand. That sort of reaction is really a defense mechanism against thought processes they can't handle.

Or check for missing persons reports, as it suggested in the original article.
 
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My grandfather shared with me a story of what he saw back when I was a kid: After I asked him if he ever saw a ghost he replied! He said he did see an old horse and buggy with old looking dressed family driving down the farm lane as they got closer the buggy and people vanished! What made me ask the question was the night before is when I saw the three gray ghost looking aliens at my bedside. I believed the grays to be ghost at the time back in the mid 50s. Now I think they were aliens!
 
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That's very interesting. Would you mind giving your grandfather's name and approximate age and the date and location of his experience? It seems like the kind of possible time slip that people would automatically think of as ghostly.
 

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That's very interesting. Would you mind giving your grandfather's name and approximate age and the date and location of his experience? It seems like the kind of possible time slip that people would automatically think of as ghostly.
It was long ago on the Blackistone farm in Delaware west of Clayton, DE about eight miles. If your new to this forum I'll direct you to my interview report with Mel Fabregas back in 2012:
Veritas May 2012
 

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We have old car shows where the folks dress up in a way to best reflect the time the cars were built. I did see the same blue car three times from the mid 1950s to around 2010 with the same guy at the wheel. If there are time travelers that are able to move around in time it would help for them to have a way to get around some. Corso thought the 1947 crash was a time traveler that used a saucer to travel and crashed as a way to bring us that technology. Too many secrets are being kept from the people. Give a listen to the report from Karen Hudes and Leo Zagami and see what you think?