Hey I don't know if this is a experience, but you tell me.
This was years ago I'd say 97-98 winter some time.
Me and two friends went to spend the weekend up in Braeburn Yukon. We
did the stops for the giant burger, and a cin roll for the morning, and
drove to the cabin. We got very drunk and had a good time.
The next day we cleared off a lot of snow and went skating, it was
daytime and hangover yes, drunk no.
We saw this ball
of white light in the sky across the water from us. The mass of it was
white and had lots of little different coloured lights circling inside
the big white one. We watched for a few minutes trying to decide if the
northern lights came around in the day, and if they did was this what
they looked like? We realized it was getting either bigger or closer, we
didn't care! We ran up the hill to the cabin with skates on, I'll never
forget how scared I was!
We sat in the cabin trying to explain to our friend what had happened.
He of course thought we were crazy, and since it was his families
getaway and he'd never seen anything like that before, he didn't believe
us. So we went about our business for the rest of the day.
That night when we went to bed, him up stairs and us on this bunk in the
kitchen by the back door. It was pitch black. We were talking and
giggling and the door busts open, I've never screamed like that, top of
our lungs, until buddy came from up stairs. He turned on the light and
the door stood open.
Freaking out, we looked around for foot prints, but there was so many
from the day that we could tell anything apart. The weirdest part was
there was two doors one to the outside then a serrate one into the
Now I've heard of some crazy old men up there or strong winds, and maybe
that is who or what burst in, but why wasn't he around the four cabins
out there when we checked, and why wasn't it windy and then again what
the F--K was up with the lights?
Maybe I'm Crazy?
I now live on the island and thank goodness nothing like that has ever
happened here and I pray that it never does! But next time your out side
when it's really dark, tilt your head back and see what skips across the
sky, it happens a lot here