The Missing House

Alternate Reality spacetime slips can reflect the presence/absence of physical features—both natural, and manmade—that can really throw us for a loop.  While I’ve experienced two Alternate Reality TWIDDERS involving natural elements (a missing Oregon beach and a high mountain Utah creek), Suzan’s family had troubles with a disappearing house.

Suzan of Australia writes, “My husband was carting wheat in the summer of 1994. He was outside Molong in New South Wales, Australia, and drove past a ‘For Sale’ sign on a farm gate along with the agent’s details.  Our twelve-year-old son was with him.
“On the return journey, they stopped, climbed through the fence and walked up the circle-shaped drive to have a closer look at the old house.  He said he could see through the window and found the house old and abandoned.
“On his return home a few days later, we rang up the ageimagesnt and asked for further details about the property, as we were interested in purchasing it.
“The agent had no idea what we were talking about and insisted that he had no properties for sale on that road.
“A week later, my husband and I drove to Molong to have a look at the farm ourselves.  We drove up and down the whole road until we were almost to the next town.  All that he could recognize was a water tank on the hill, a creek and some trees where the house used to be.  There was no gate, drive, real estate sign . . . or house.”

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About aloholmes

We live in a wondrous universe, and I love learning about it. Spacetime slips are one facet of existence that fascinate me. As a retired teacher I enjoy researching this topic and sharing the information I garner.
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