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Billpacer

Possible telekinesis or a split dimension?

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Ten years ago, I was leaving my aunt's house, and the driveway leads a to highway with a speed limit of 55 mph. In the opposite direction that I was going there is a turn in the road. It was at night, so it was easy to see the headlights coming, and I had to yield as a couple of vehicles passed. With the road clear, I pulled out, but as I started to accelerate, a pair of headlights came flying around the turn and all I could do was floor my car and to brace for impact. Somehow the car swerved into the other lane barely missing me. I was shocked to the point that I was shaking. It was the closest near death experience that I ever had.

As I drove down the road, gaining back composure, I noticed an odd thing. My trip odometer was making a clicking sound. It was the type with the rotating cylinders. i noticed the last cylinder in white showing the tenth of mile had seized. I hit the trip reset and it clicked back into place. I never had any problems before or since with with that odometer. It was just a weird event. Could it have been a form of telekinesis? Maybe all of it being directed into that portion of the odometer. Another thought I had it was a part of a split dimension. In one dimension I'm in a bad accident. Somehow that portion of that car merged with the current one or at least as far as the odometer was concerned. The odometer was like a watch that stops at the moment of accident. Any idea? Anyone have anything similar happen like this?

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Alternatively, you swerved so violently, what is effectively some tumblers in your dashboard got stuck and needed a little nudge to get working again, a sort of technological whiplash.

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Alternatively, you swerved so violently, what is effectively some tumblers in your dashboard got stuck and needed a little nudge to get working again, a sort of technological whiplash.

yeah this sounds more like it

the OP's version is way more interesting tho

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