I live in Snettisham, Norfolk, and walk my dog regularly in the nearby woods, known as Ken Hill Estate. I have had a few Time Slip experiences up there as well as an awful feeling of foreboding, panic and general unpleasantness.
The first time slip I experienced was as I stood looking out toward the sea and I suddenly felt as if my feet were wet and I could see the sea lapping in across what is now a field, and lapping round my feet.
On another occasion, I heard sounds like a battle and turned to see just that, a battle going on, with clashing of swords and yells etc, it was such a brief snapshot that I couldn't really make out who the men were, but I feel they may have been Roman, as I got the impression of leather type Armour.
The third time slip experience was as I walked along I was suddenly aware that I was a man, much taller and strongly built, with cloth trousers bound round with leather strips, I was carrying two dead rabbits in one hand and a sling shot in the other. I actually said to my husband walking alongside me " **** I've shape shifted, I'm a man and I've been hunting, I've got two rabbits for the pot" This was a tall Anglo Saxon man I believe from the style of clothing I was wearing. I felt physically taller, stronger and my stride increased.
The unpleasant experience happened one August day when I was again walking with my husband and our dog, as we approached a row of beech tree's I felt very very uneasy, almost to the point of being frightened, feeling sick also, (I'm not easily frightened by spirit or the paranormal). I just didn't like the energy and felt there was someone there. My hubby looked around and said there was no-one about, but he trusts my instincts on this sort of thing and said do we need to get out of here? I said I felt it wasn't intending harm but was just very unpleasant and let's just walk faster. Once we were further away from the tree's the feeling passed.
A couple of years later, I was walking the same area with a friend and happened to mention it and she said that a man had hung himself from the branches of the beech tree's. Earlier this year, another friend who is a paranormal investigator mentioned that in talking to another friend of his, that a man had hanged himself in Snettisham woods on the 13th of August some years ago!