||[Dec. 4th, 2010|09:03 am]
The Question Club
At midnight a stranger came up to our house and rang the doorbell. He had a large chocolate lab with him, and asked if we had lost a dog. We looked at the dog, and the stranger said, "oh not this dog." After a few questions he said kind of vaguely, "The lost dog's at my friend's house." It was just a really vague and odd moment. We told him no, we had not lost a dog, and closed the door. He seemed sober and relatively normal outside of the bizarre question. |
There's a worry that he was casing our house.
What's your opinion? What are signs we could be looking for? Have you ever had a similar situation/worry? How did that turn out?
If they're looking for a time when our house is empty they're gonna be pretty frustrated, we all have different shifts for work, there's literally not a time when someone isn't awake and someone else isn't asleep, and we're all pretty stubbornly homebodies.... but that would only help if they were only after our stuff. :\