(06-03-2014, 04:12 PM)JayRodney Wrote: Another part of this that really bugs me...
'children have reported seeing terrifying hallucinations.'
Really? That's obviously far from normal in any sense of the word. If all this is accurate, there may well be no rational explanation.
All that's left is something, paranormal and unsatisfying as an explanation.
The other thing, are they too poor to leave and go to relatives house in the next village for a few days to see if it clears up?
I mean, if it were happening to us and the neighbors, we'd head to the cabin, or at the very least, camping elsewhere to see if things returned to normal.
I can scarcely believe common sense is not prevalent enough for someone from there to have tried that.
children have a vivid imagination and tend to explain things they don't understand with it.
once i've been sitting in a tram next to a mother and her kid. the kid thought that the tram gets repaired while the warning lights were blinking and wouldn't change his opinion when the mother explained what the warning lights really mean. :/
which is interesting because i always had this feeling that a child's fantasy might be the non pathological equivalent to psychosis.
and that other ak wants to lower the age of majority to 14.
maybe that kid also smoked too much pot.