Whenever I try to talk to Mancub before noon, it’s always a crap shoot. Whatever happens, you must be prepared for the worst.
Sometimes, I’ll speak to him, and though it appears he heard me, nothing happens. It reminds me of those Ghost Hunters shows where three grown men walk around in abandoned hospitals in the complete darkness with night vision goggles and their EVP equipment. Seemingly on edge–which I’m sure has nothing to do with the fact that they are poking around in an abandoned mental hospital’s morgue or a supposed haunted hotel–they attempt to break through to the voices “on the other side.”
Sometimes I feel that this is an adequate metaphor for seeking to not only communicate with Mancub, especially in the morning when he’s not fully awake.
Me: “Nate, it’s time to get up and get ready for school.”
Me: Knocking gently. “Nate, are you awake?” Checking my EVP equipment, I notice a possible reading.
Me: Feeling a cold chill coming from underneath Nate’s bedroom door…then, a sound. “Lee! Did you hear that?”
Lee: “Yes! It sounded like “Blerg.”
Me: “I’ll play back the EVP.”
EVP: five minutes of scratching noises, then we both hear it: “Blerg.”
Lee and Me, overjoyed: “Yes! This is tangible evidence that he heard us AND responded.”
Here’s another possible scenario:
I can’t really tell you what to do here, dear parent. Sometimes extraordinary situations call for extraordinary measures.
If you’d like to purchase Ghost Hunting equipment, there’s a link on amazon.
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