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Questions and Answers: Can a family experience missing time together and not know it?

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Can a family experience missing time together and not know it?

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On Sunday, April 19,1998, I woke up at 11:42 a.m. I almost always get up at this time, never after 12 noon. I also always watch the local news. On this day I was eating some chicken noodle soup and drinking tea, so I sat down at the TV. At 11:54 a.m., I had two remotes, one to turn the TV on and one to change channels. I turned on the TV and, although it was not noon yet, I started flipping through the channels.

I started on channel 2, then went to channel 11 because Baywatch was coming on. I remarked to my mom who was in the kitchen, eating along with my dad, that I did not know half the people on the show anymore, because I have not seen it in so long. So, I went through the other channels, stopping on occasion, until I got to channel 3, which is the channel I watch for news. A Martinsville race was coming on, and I thought to myself, "I hate it when they pre-empt the news for a stupid race like this." So, I went to channel 9, and they had something on about President Clinton and Monica.

It was at this time, that I glanced at the VCR below the TV, and the time was 1:00 p.m. My first thought was,"Did I mess with the VCR clock last night?"

Then I looked at my watch and it read, 1:00 p.m. So, still sitting down, I asked my mom, who was still in the kitchen what time was it. She said, it was 12:00 p.m. Then I got up and while walking in the kitchen, asked, "What does your watch say?"

She then says, 1:00? Then I asked my dad, and he pulled his watch out and said, 1:00?, then I start explaining that everything says 1:00, the microwave, my VCR in my room, etc. Then I asked my mom, "What the hell happened to 12:00 noon?"

No one had any answers and my soup was still hot. I had mentioned to my mom that this is known in ufology as "MISSING TIME," When I explained all this, well, I felt strange. I even asked my mom and dad if they felt strange, but they did not. So as evidence, I have the TV guide page from that day, as well as the cable guide page, showing what was on and so forth.

As far as I can tell, this is the first time that I have ever witnessed missing time at that time. I mean as soon as it happened, very strange, very odd. Here is what I know: 1- I did not have a blackout 2-There was no thunderstorm, although it was cloudy, but most of the time when lightning interrupts power, the VCRs blink 12:00, but I never saw 12:00. 3-We lost track of time, no, I know, as God is my witness, I got up at 11:42 a.m., no ifs, ands or buts. I have NEVER, EVER gotten up after 12:00 noon. So there you have it, I tried to make this short, but truth demands me to get to all the particulars, and I think I have covered about everything. So, if you have any questions, I will be happy to answer them.


Yes, a family can certainly experience missing time as a group. What is even more troubling for you is dealing with the fact that you knew which TV shows were supposed to be on and at what times. Abduction author Ray Fowler describes how Betty Andreasson's family was switched off whenever the aliens came to get her or the entire family. Fowler's books describing this are described in our book reviews: Book Review: The Andreasson Affair, or Book Review: The Watchers II.

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