I swear I remember watching some alien horror movie when I was little where every time this family experienced an alien abduction, they would find an owl sitting right next to Owls Every Student Can Learn Just Not On The Same Shirt their house just before the visitation. Still to this day I get kinda freaked out by white owls and them hoping. I wish I could find the name of that movie, I know it had something to do with Nome, Alaska. I think you’re talking about the movie called “the fourth kind”, which in my opinion is one of the scariest movies I’ve ever seen. Thank you! Finally, I can relive my childhood fears of paranormal aliens and shadows in the dark, lol.
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Holy shit I remember this movie too. I remember watching it more than once with my parents as an Owls Every Student Can Learn Just Not On The Same Shirt kid. Every damn time I forget about this movie, Reddit drags it straight back up again. This movie scarred me for life. Think 23-year-old having night terrors sleeping in her mum’s room scared. I love how the reaction seems so emotive even though it doesn’t have facial expressions. We’ve been taught that big eyes mean “surprised” and that’s what we expect to see in this situation so it all comes together. I needed that laugh, holy shit, thank you. I forgot about that, even though I just thought of that movie today, lol.
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Owls are fuckin vicious yo. We had some in our yard that was murdering other birds for fun. No clue why they got chosen as the Owls Every Student Can Learn Just Not On The Same Shirt mascot for intelligence and wisdom….. cold-blooded mo fos. We have some big owls in Missouri… Like big. I’m talking like 3 ft tall big. You never see them hardly ever and they never mess with humans. I’ve heard them mating before and it sounds like two giant owls murdering each other. In all seriousness, though, they probably weren’t killing the other birds just for fun. Also, the wise thing goes back at least as far as Ancient Greece.