Time: unknown | Date: 1994 | Location: Spalding, Lincolnshire, England
Ok the listerner Esme says she tried her hardest to accurately describe everything that occurred so here goes, in her on words;
I grew up in the arse end of Lincolnshire. Spalding to be precise. This event happened in a place called Fleet Hargate in around 1994 so I would have been 11 years old.
Here is a link to a map of the area https://goo.gl/maps/EAWVXJW5QcD2
After all these years, I was able to locate where everything happened despite never returning to the area.
It was a really bright sunny afternoon. I was clad in my school uniform complete with Dr Martens. I remember this as they gave me epic blisters as it was the first time I had worn them. My friend and I were just casually walking along the country lane. There were fields to both sides of us and a house just up the road.
As we drew level with the house, we heard knocking on a window. I looked up and saw a boy and girl, dressed in what I can only describe as 1940's attire. They looked at use, pointed to the field opposite the house, so we looked.
Neither myself or my friend can recall what happened next. She described it as a ghost Dalek. I just remember that it was mechanical looking. It made a loud noise and it frightened us so we turned and ran.
And that's all I can remember. However, when we got back to my mums, we got told off for being late back, even though we thought we had only just left.
Here is the exact place where it happened (complete with the house where we saw the two figures in the window. The trees weren't as tall back then): https://goo.gl/maps/X6cF8CnhmDA2
I really can't explain what it was we saw. I only recently asked my friend what happened on that day, and all she said was “We saw ghost Daleks!” and refused to speak about it anymore.
My friend and I are now in our early 30's. She stayed in the area whilst I moved to Chester to go to university and never returned to Lincolnshire. We both have been diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis in our legs, hips and wrists. I was told by my rheumatologist that mine was so advanced, it was like looking at an 80 year olds bones. I also have been diagnosed with a chronic pain disease: fibromyalgia. Whilst my friend is battling with M.E. We've both also had skin cancer.
I know a lot of these issues could be explained by environmental factors but I don't know. Something happened on that day.