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All my life Ive felt very different from others When I was a child I didnt grasp it as strongly as I do now Ive had periods filled with self-revelations as Ive grown a stronger comprehension about life and my sense of displacement I have also had many eerie experiences of which Im unsure as to the classification being mythical or authentic I wasnt born with wisdom teeth or a third eye or extra fingers but the cord was around my neck and an emergency c-section had to be performed I also contain a few small insignificant differences from most people I am left-handed and was horribly embarrassed as a childoh and recently my dentist discovered what my previous dentist had found out that I do not possess 12-year molars and he puzzled because I have never had them removed and everyone is supposed to have them When I was little I knew talks with myself were normal behavior for children although I was never sure if I was the one answering or if someone else was communicating with me That would often cause me to think deeply The first unclouded remembrance of an unusual happening was around the age of 7 or 8 I was sleeping soundly in my bed which was strange itself as I had a terrorizing fear of the dark and it was the middle of the night For some reason I woke up I sat there for a moment wondering what had caused me to become fully awake Then I heard a growl outside my window It wasnt from a housecat it couldnt be The sound related more to a jungle cat It intoned anger or hunger and was very ferocious It was the most evil thing I had ever heard and felt I knew something wasnt right It sounded loud and demonic Then a womans long frantic scream followed I lay in my bed unsure as to what
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