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The Unknown Mysterious Cowboy-bookcover

By: Norman Nye

The Unknown Mysterious Cowboy

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I wasn’t really scared until they lifted me from my horse. They didn’t touch me, but they seemed to control everything. I floated from my horse, and I felt nothing. I think if they were intending to kill me they would have already. I counted nine of them, whatever they were. I could see they were moving towards the circle, and as the circle got closer I could just make out a door opening. I could see through the circle as if it were made of glass; as I was taken into the circle I could see many more of them. They were using some kind of flashing table squares. Every time the squares changed colour they used one of their arm-type things to touch the square to change it.

I floated further along and could see many more of them using squares on the wall. Just past the squares on the wall I started moving sideways and ended up on a table. I still couldn’t move any part of my body. They removed my gun belt. The belt just undid itself and laid out on a side table. In the end, I had all my clothes removed. None of them touched me, it was as though my clothes had a mind of their own.

Norman was born on April 1947. He left school at the age of 15 and served 9 years in the British army. He then started a job as a European HGV driver.

Norman went on to running his own business and when he sold that after many years, he was a carpenter. Then eventually, he retired.

During the pandemic and having to shield due to age and health,
he decided to write a book.

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