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#1 YankeePyrate

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Posted 03 September 2004 - 05:37 PM

Did anyone else read this encounter story back on the front page? It certainly sounds incredible...almost too incredible. I found myself flip-flopping back and forth while reading it, in between my skeptic BS detector and believing it. What do you think? Was the guy's sister out west playing a great prank on him, or did Paco really follow them home? :unsure:
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Posted 04 September 2004 - 01:36 AM

hmm...I say it'd depend on how long the events lasted. I mean for an 'ancient?' mexican to be able to learn how to use a computer, let alone setup and e-mail account in a short period(few months, or a year) seems impossible since it might've been considered a form of magic to it and could possibly be afraid of a PC. As for the ghost following them just because it liked them....It's true since I have a friendly spirit that is where I move and possibly always around me.

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Posted 04 September 2004 - 04:40 PM

What gets to me about it is, isn't 'Paco' a Spanish name? And wouldn't an Aztec warrior actually NOT want to use a name of the culture that wrecked his? I don't doubt some spirits could take a liking to someone and follow them, in fact I've heard it's pretty common, but there are some things in that story that seem a little off.
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Posted 04 September 2004 - 08:13 PM

Glad it wasn't just me that found some issues with this tale....
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Posted 08 September 2004 - 11:18 AM

Well I think some of the stories told may be a "Tale".......
and I also was sceptic of this one....
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Posted 09 September 2004 - 01:48 AM

towards the end it sounded to fake to be real, but at first it sounded believable
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Posted 09 September 2004 - 11:15 AM

I agree with you guys on this, doesn't sound legit to me.

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Posted 03 February 2018 - 09:40 PM

I never thought that Leslie would ever talk about, much less post this story on the internet. I am Francisco, and yes, this story is true to some extent, but not the supernatural parts of it. We did go to Chichen Itza; he did take the rock from the ruins. Paco is a character that I created to see how gullible Leslie can be. He bought into the whole ridiculous thing for months! No, for years because I think he still believes this really happened!

 

<> The levitating limes--My doing. Leslie never saw them levitate; he took my word for it.

 

<> The flash going off--I had the flash in my hand and made it go off to wake him up because Leslie snoring was intolerable.

 

<> The Ouija board spelling out the responses--I directed the needle to spell out what I wanted the answers to be.

 

<> Paco--I made him up. Paco is the nickname for Francisco.

 

<> The e-mails--I created the email account and sent him the e-mails.

 

<> The dreams--There were none. I made them up!

 

<> The sage that went missing--I hid it.

 

 

I honestly thought that after each ridiculous incident Leslie would say to himself that this was all BS, but no, he never did! 

 

I was/am amazed at how easy it was to get him to believe all that crap. Needless to say, I ended this relationship in 2012.

 

Francisco

 

 






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