A blinding white light


It’s the dead of night, and the road stretches out ahead of me, empty and silent. Suddenly, out of nowhere, I’m hit by this blinding white light. I swear, I didn’t even have the guts to glance out the window—I was frozen in fear. The light was massive, easily spanning a hundred feet wide, and it illuminated every single tree lining the roadside. But here’s where it gets crazy: all the gauges on my dashboard went absolutely bonkers. The speedometer was bouncing like a yo-yo, rocketing from zero to two hundred and back again, while the other gauges were doing their own chaotic dance. It felt like forever, but it probably lasted only about 30 to 40 seconds. And get this—the light stuck to me like glue, following my every move down the road, completely swallowing up my car. But as mysteriously as it appeared, the light vanished into thin air, leaving me dazed and confused. And you know what’s even weirder? As soon as the light disappeared, my speedometer and temperature gauge went right back to normal, like nothing had ever happened. It was the craziest thing I’ve ever experienced on the road, and I still can’t wrap my head around it.

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