Modern UFO research is, at times, rife with reports of alleged interactions with Men in Black (MIBs), the infamous and unsettling UFO-silencers that are purported to visit unsuspecting witnesses shortly after their encounters with strange aerial phenomenon. For the most part, the MIB represents an intimidating element within the UFO subculture; a portent to the ultimate fate awaiting those who dare to speak out about their personal encounters with different varieties of unexplainable phenomenon.
The inherently “evil” presence of an MIB, especially in a folkloric sense, seems to be a matter of question in relation to his appearance. In the modern UFO-related cases, strange men in black suits are said to appear before witnesses of strange aerial phenomenon, leaving virtually no evidence of good intent, let alone any physicalby
6 Replies to “Nevermore: The MIB at Edgar Allan Poe’s Grave”
I simply loved this creepy and atmospheric story. Some things are almost better left unexplained.
Interesting! I hope that everyone’s weekend was great and safe,and that goes for the week ahead!
well, I don’t know what the heck is this about, but why would someone do this for that long..or someone’s. I think i agree with the thinking that this is just another rouse..for a story.
Gloriagirl The visits have been reported in the mainstream press for years. As to who or why nobody seems to know.
Whatever is the nature of the mysterious “men in black” – top secret government agents, hidden aliens, paranormal beings or even demons, why not to assume that it is possible for them to experience normal feelings like appreciation and respect to a great writer. If so, apparently one of the “men in black” at least one day in the year has stopped with its usual hellish activities and took time to make a toast and drink a glass of good cognac.
Read to helen i saw thee i once
Poe is describing a ufo