Fly on the Wall

If you could be a “fly on the wall” anywhere and at any time in history, where and when would you choose?

I’m one of those people who constantly thinks about the mysteries of the world and patiently awaits the day that someone or something reveals to me these secrets.

If I was ever the president or in a position that gave me the highest security clearance anyone could ever have, the first thing on my agenda would be to make a direct beeline to the top secret classified archives and finally know once and for all, WTF happened during the Roswell crash, what kind of weird sh*t is actually going on at Area 51, who killed JFK, what kind of coverups has the government conducted—basically everything the public doesn’t already know, I want to know it. All of it.

There are just so many unexplained events and things I want to know about that answering this question is just too difficult for me, especially if I had to choose just one particular event in history.

But for the sake of an answer, Stonehenge maybe?

Wiltshire, England. It is said to have been constructed from 3000 BC ~ 2000 BC with only the most primitive technologies and methods. Only theories have been proposed as to how these massive stones were erected. Why they were built also remains shrouded in mystery.

As a fly on the wall during this point in time, I’d love to know what actually happened.


This is part of an effort to improve as a writer and to get myself writing more. So as not to focus so much on perfection and formatting, when responding to these prompts, I use more of a stream-of-conscious style of writing. One of my goals is to become faster at getting my ideas out of my head and onto a physical platform, while keeping in mind to gradually build up my skill at doing so in a more fluid and concise manner. These prompts come from the ebook: 365 Days of Writing Prompts by The Daily Post at WordPress.com

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