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Backpacking in a tent in the middle of the Siskiyou National Forest, and being woken up in the middle of the night by a woman's bloodcurdling screams, followed by a man's shouts. It went on for about a minute until it abruptly stopped and went silent. I stayed awake all night in the tent until daybreak when I hiked the 10 miles back to my car and informed the ranger of what I heard. I never did end up finding out what happened.

Gurl, this is why I don't like the idea of overnight camping in secluded areas, you are left in a vulnerable state at night. A few years ago, I was at my dad's who lives way out in the middle of nowhere. Somehow his porch door did not close all the way and in the middle of the night and some creepy Cujo dog came into the house. We woke up hearing it digging in the trash and when we tried to shoo it out it got crazy violent scary barking growling. We closed ourselves in the room, it finished eating, then left.

Was not a fun thing to happen at 2: R7 - I don't even know - once it got all snarly we slammed the hallway door like 2 big chickens. I just remember growling and teeth! The scariest thing that has ever happened to me is when my friend suddenly died and I became homeless. I was 17 years old away from home by myself for the first time visiting my older brothers in DC.

It was Sunday October 23 , , using the Bob Damron guide I made my way to the Cinema Follies club and went up to the theater being a horny kid looking for his first experience. I was a naive fat kid , some old fucker prob my age now made the move on me aggressively and I freaked out and left. The very next day the place burned to ground, 9 men died in the theater , apparently the fire door was locked.

I saw it on the news and was freaked out as hell vowing never to act upon my compulsions again. Well we all knew how that turned out. Jogging on a rural country road during an evening and having a car follow me at a slow crawl right next to me. I made a run for it across a field of orange groves to get away from it. Four of us were flying back from Victoria, BC to Portland, Oregon in a single engine, four-seat plane and our pilot was German.

He noticed, as we were approaching Seattle, that the plane desperately needed fuel and a place to land.

Because he and his Swedish friend needed to go through immigration at the first point they re-enter the U. By this time, our German pilot was getting nervous, and as a result, was having trouble with his English. His girlfriend, in the co-pilot's seat, had to translate what we were hearing over the radio.

We were eventually given permission to land at Sea-Tac, which only accommodates the big planes. After a few giant skips on this gigantic runway, we came to a stop. Then, when they finished with immigration, we asked about fuel for the plane - they didn't have any fuel that would work in a small plane and we had to take off again and hope we had fuel to land at nearby Boeing field.

And that wasn't all, it was dark by the time we refueled at Boeing field and our German pilot had to follow the lights on I-5 to find our way back to Portland. I was surprised at how calm I was throughout this experience.

Looking back, it could have gone horribly wrong. In the Fall of , I was three years old living with my single mother in an apartment in South Chicago. We lived on the second floor, directly beneath a dumpster.

One night, my mother went to her bedroom and screamed. A man had climbed up the side of the building and was trying to pry open the window. He fell to ground, injured, and disappeared into the night. We moved the next week. In , she married a rich man and we decamped to a safe, leafy North Shore suburb, far away from the dangers of wretched inner city Chicago. When a scat-sucking racist baboon on the DL threatened to cut my throat because he thought I was someone else.

Naturally that is treated as normal here. I was hitchhiking in the Southwest desert in the middle of the night and I had just read one of the Zodiac Killer books. Death was lurking behind every cactus and sagebrush I saw. I drove him several miles on a major thoroughfare and then he just hopped out like nothing had happened. I've been militant about locking doors ever since.

I'd just stopped by for half an hour to discuss some business things and a guy off the street walked through the kitchen door to the garage with a gun. And it was a "good" suburban neighborhood. Totally random, totally terrifying. In my party days, there was one time that I drunk drove home on the freeway around 3 am not my drunkest state but still pretty drunk and I remember I just wanted to pull over the side because I could feel myself falling asleep.

Well I think I went out of it before I came to a full stop and didn't brake all the way and my SUV dipped down into the shoulder of the road, which was a pretty steep slope. I have no idea how long I was out of it -- maybe a few minutes -- but this woman had stopped her car behind me and tapped on my window to check if anyone was alive. She asked if I needed help and I was so overwhelmed I just kept saying no I'm okay, thank you.

She left and I tried to reverse my SUV out of the slope and it was useless. Before I could comprehend everything happening a roving cop car came. I told him I only lived maybe 10 minutes away and he reluctantly said he'll call a tow truck and he'll wait with me. When the tow truck got my car fixated back on the road, the cop followed me home and then just left when I arrived. He didn't give me a ticket or a warning or anything. I was certain I would die in during a safari flight between Lusaka, Zambia and our safari camp.

We were being flown in light aircraft, about 8 of us, by these very young probably 20s Zambian pilots. It was most turbulent flight of my life. The other 4 or so women in the flight and I were almost crying. Even my husband who handles turbulence like a pro was shitting himself.

What made it worse was the two pilots laughing the whole entire flight like it was the funniest thing ever Had a seizure while driving and totaled my car. Thankfully I didn't hurt anyone, just drove through some bushes and hit a tree head on.

My head went through the windshield, despite wearing a seat belt and the airbag going off. Subsequently I had to get an MRI for the first time, and I am horribly claustrophobic - it was not fun at all, I was on the verge of having a full blown panic attack the whole time.

When it came out it wouldn't flush so i had to scoop it up into an empty ice cream bucket and then i threw it over the fence in the backyard. In my early 20s I got drunk and drove home and as I was coming up to a red light of a heavily trafficked 10 lane intersection, my brakes went out. All I could do was honk my horn repeatedly as I went through the red light.

Cars stopped and swerved, but no one got in an accident. That scared me so much, I never drank alcohol since that night. Was a burn victim in a Middle Eastern country and had to go to a filthy hospital full of moaning, shrieking people and abuzz with flies and mosquitoes. Amazing I did not die or at least rack up a major infection. Sheer dropoffs plunging a thousand feet down into forest, praying I found a runaway truck ramp before I found the rear bumper a slow-moving truck first.

I wasn't armed that day--the last time I ever set foot in the woods without a gun. Alaskan brown bears are bigger than their counterparts in the lower 48 and are not afraid of humans.

Without getting into too much detail, we were on an exercise with a carrier group and the CIWS kept right on shooting up the tow chain toward the plane after the target drone it was towing was destroyed. The Fire Control Chief got a handle on the situation but I had about 5 horrible seconds of imagining the pilot shot down, and everyone's head rolling, my own very much included. I ran to my car but was so nervous I had trouble turning the key and locking the doors.

Next thing I knew she was presenting in the lens of my headlights. I was an idiot young driver. On the ramp to get on the highway, totally distracted paying more attention to the radio than driving.

I look up just in time to see that traffic had come to a dead stop. I was driving way too fast so I had to slam on the brakes so hard my car almost went into a spin.

Scared the utter crap out of me, as it should have. The county Forensics Team found Erna's sphincter prints not only on my windshield but also on my side view mirror. Apparently she also did this in the states of Massachusetts, Louisiana and Texas. I'd like to thank the authorities who worked hard on this case so Erna can't do this to any other innocent victims.

In NYC circa early 90s, I used to hang out with this pack of shady doctors who would steal controlled substances from the hospital and cook up their own special K and GHB. We would get SO fucking twisted and have the time of our lives. One night, we were at this rib joint in Soho called Tennessee Mountain which closed years ago. It was about 8 of us, so they gave us a special large room in the back. We were getting wasted, drinking margaritas and doing bumps of all sorts of shit, just being rowdy and out of control.

At some point I got up and went to the bathroom. I was hallucinating so hard that I thought I saw a guy with a hand gun pointed at a woman seated at a table.

When I got back to our booth I told everyone about what I thought I saw. My friend immediately peaked out from beyond the curtain from our booth and saw 3 guys in ski masks with guns out. They were ransacking the place, robbing everyone - emptying pocketbooks, wallets, taking watches.

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Maid didn't clean room. We left the hotel at 9am so not sure why our room wasn't cleaned. I spoke to the night person same person that checked us in about our room and he stated "I don't know what goes on in the day". How about "let me leave a message for the day manager". We are really easy going people and could not believe the lack of care of the staff. Very quiet, comfortable environment and welcoming staff. We appreciate the airport shuttle!! But we were aware of the pricing trade off for the distance.

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Lunch and dinner details Meal prices. I'm not ready to bring it down yet but holy smokes I need to stop looking at the fuel because it's going down quick. The air traffic controller told the man: The rogue pilot responded: Those guys will rough me up if I try and land there. Oh they probably have got anti-aircraft. At one point, the airport employee joked: The controller tried to maintain this light conversation, adding: I would like to apologise to each and every one of them.

Just a broken guy, got a few screws loose, I guess. Just before the audio recording suddenly stops, the man can be heard saying: Constance von Muehlen, the Horizon Air chief operating officer, said:

Amtrak Train Station Tacoma, WA has an enclosed waiting area, without Wi-Fi, with parking, with accessible platform and wheelchair available. I'm not ready to bring it down yet but holy smokes I need to stop looking at the fuel because it's going down quick. Rogue Seattle-Tacoma pilot. The ground service agent took off from a Seattle airport in a 'Holy smokes I've got to stop looking at the fuel because it's going down quick'.