Have you ever been out in public and you see someone acting or looking really weird, yet also notice that they have on a wedding ring? That guy who walks down the street in a kilt talking to a cockatoo perched on his shoulder? Wedding ring. Okay, that may be a bad example – a kilt AND a cockatoo? That’s my kinda guy.
But what about the man in khaki shorts who wears black knee socks with his sandals and still rocks a phone clip on his belt? Wedding ring. Or the woman tap dancing on the street corner every morning wearing a chicken costume? Wedding ring.
The old adage holds true — there’s someone for everyone. Odd as it may seem, no matter how unhinged a person might be, there’s another person out there in the world who says, “Yes. I will sign up for that. That is my person right there. They’re perfect.”
Which is good news for the woman in Australia who claims not only to regularly visit alien friends she’s made over the years, but who also has apparently become half-alien herself. Yes, you read all that correctly.
Meet Judy Carroll. She claims to pal around with aliens known in pop culture as the “Greys”—and who happen to look exactly like the aliens depicted in Hollywood movies and TV shows for the past three decades—so often that when they abduct her for hangout sessions she now describes their visits as ‘normal.’
In fact, she likes being with them so much that she ‘upgraded’ her DNA to include some of their genetic material. Although to be fair, she made that decision before she was born, so you know. Kids these days. They’re just crazy, aren’t they?
Thankfully, I guess, her husband supports her in her claims. I’ll be honest. When the article mentioned that she’s married, that’s when my brain really went off the deep end. And my brain doesn’t take that leap easily because I take pills for that shit.
I admit that it baffled me that someone who has such a…hmm, what’s a safe word to use here…different view of reality than I do — yeah, that’s good — has a life partner adamantly standing by her side. But then again, I know nothing about this man. Perhaps he’s been a firm believer of alien visitation since he was a teenager. Who knows? There are massive alien conventions held all over the world with thousands in attendance so it’s not like Judy is the only woman in the world who thinks Greys treat our planet like a Meetup group.
I was also a little tripped up about the half-alien blood mingling thing. In the article, she states that she underwent the transfusion because she “believes she had made the choice to be half-alien before she was born.” Prometheus theories notwithstanding, how does one even go about that?
Of course, her choice doesn’t come without a cost – Mrs. Carroll stated she has suffered health issues (a tight jaw??) due to her half-alien lineage. I know, I know, I wondered too. Apparently, Greys don’t have movable jaws. There. That’s something you know now.
Regardless of all the huge holes I see in this woman’s story, I have to admit that, whether she’s crazy or not, she definitely looks happy. And why not? She’s making good money off the books she’s selling about the crazy shenanigans she and the Greys get into. She’s got a family that supports her, a husband that loves her. So, I say good for you, Judy! Way to have a positive outlook, despite what others may say (myself included). We should all be so many Judys.
That was pretty entertaining. 👽
It was also strangely informative. There are some oddies out there … In outer space!
“And my brain doesn’t take that leap easily because I take pills for that shit.”
Oh I love this statement and it cracked me up.
“I admit that it baffled me that someone who has such…hmm, what’s a safe word to use here…different view of reality than I do — yeah, that’s good — has a life partner adamantly standing by her side. But then again, I know nothing about this man. Perhaps he’s been a firm believer of alien visitation since he was a teenager.”
Of course shrinkology has another explanation, coined by a French shrink (unusual that) called Folie a deux, a delusion shared by two.
I prefer to think that most shrinks, including me, are delusional too, and these two might be figuring things out.
This post is so great, especially due to your restraint.
I guess it’s good to have someone to share your delusion with…or to look past yours and accept you anyway. I mean, I’m assuming that’s a good thing. Not sure it would be that great if they encouraged you to jump off a cliff because the aliens were going to catch you. BUT, it’s good to have someone that has your back…even if that back is attached to a whole sack of crazy.
“Have you ever been out in public and you see someone acting or looking really weird…” Yes, all the time, but while I’ve learned that it’s almost always just me reflected in a window, sometimes I still surprise and frighten myself.
“… because I take pills for that shit.” Did you bring enough to share with everyone in the class?
I did not. My mother would be so ashamed. Whenever I pass my reflection it startles me into thinking, hey, who is that old chick still wearing thigh high boots!? LOL
She is certainly from a very different place!
Oh yes… 😀
Ummmm…… yeah. Pass the Thorazine, please. 😀
I think she ought to be sharing whatever it is she’s taking…
😀 Hahahaha — I never wanna be THAT outta touch with reality. 😀
Seriously. I agree with you.
😀 Yes, and so does my imaginary friend ! 😀
I used to claim that I visited aliens too. then the people that I was talking to pointed out that I was visiting people in southern Iowa and they didn’t count as aliens. all I colds say at that point was “oh yeh.”
Ha! I bet they’re the same ones who visit my local grocery store. I’m still not sure about them…