…The pin dropped not far from my house, in what looked on the map to be a forested area, but when I arrived I saw there is a path leading off the road into the woods, straight towards the pin, so in a went. To the right there is a small stream/creek and going a little ways in, right by the Randonaut pin I encountered a small pond on the left of the path. I could see that normally this was a runoff ditch that would pass through a tube under the path and drain into the creek on the other side, but at the time the tube was clogged up by dirt and debris and only a small amount was making its way under. The result was a small persistent standing whirlpool in the pond, also known in fluid dynamics as… a vortex!…
…After this event my skeptic friend asked if I had seen it. I said yes.. congratulations on seeing your first full body apparition…
Tile embedded in the crosswalk asphalt. Reads : m rderf ckers future nobody 12022021 internet ends on earth
It was a clear night, so you could see the stars, just about as many as you would expect to see in a city. We were only there for about 4 or 5 minutes when out of the right side of my vision I saw a super bright light in the sky. The light looked to be the shape of a four pointed star, like the classic depictions of what the North Star is supposed to look like. And when I say bright, I mean this thing looked LED. The light was moving across the sky from right to left, and relatively quickly, but smoothly. Nothing like a satellite or a plane, it didn’t have any other blinking lights to it and it made no sound at all….
The Randonautica point took us through some bushes, two tawny owls hooted and flew over our heads (this was day time BTW) it felt like another world. We got to the point and looked around we couldn’t find anything obvious at first and we dug around lightly where we stood. My boyfriend went further ahead and found a porcelain pot with some charcoal inside probably some sort of spell… As I was sat down I noticed something poking out the ground! I
…We have always heard and had lights flicker but we recently started using a app called randonautica. Since we have started having the craziest stuff happen. We are constantly watching things be moved and thrown around. Then they like to hide our stuff….
…While three of us were exploring a local fairy village in a wooded park, we decided to try the Randonautica app. We pulled up the app but didn’t really express any ‘intention,’ just that we wanted to find something weird or unusual….