Since moving to Billings from Harrisburg PA I’ve had a few weird experiences. I park at the YMCA across from my job. In the first parking lot twice I saw something small and black move into the back seat of my car when I was getting out to lock my car door. It was cloudy looking and moved very fast.
A few days ago I was getting out of my car and I saw a young guy in black walking across the parking lot and he simply vanished. It’s hard to describe exactly what I saw as he was moving very fast. I was opening my car door and just happened to look into my side mirror and saw him. When I opened my car door I saw him just vanish. He was wearing a black shirt and had light colored hair and was carrying something.
Each time I’ve seen something it’s been very early in the morning just shortly after it begins getting daylight.
(Submitted by Lori M)
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- North 32nd Street
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- Yellowstone County, Montana
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