Sept the 28th 2012 was almost a no go for a number of reasons, and  there’s no way around it, we were having troubles coping.

I say that because getting ready isn’t that hard. Getting dressed to go is much simpler, and the equipment necessary just not that rough to select.

But we were hesitant, me especially. I had that same feeling I’ve got numerous times before that makes me unsure if its a good idea that night.

Allowing for instincts to play that much of a part in your decision making process, is restrictive to say the least, but that’s if you listen to it.   Lori’s and mine,(our instincts ) are no psychic marvel but they have been very accurate.

They’ve shown us (we believe ) on occasion, times we never should have left the house, and on others taken us out on nights that our best finds took place.

Photos of figures, things following the vehicle were in, actually compressing our roof in a heavy impact, that good/bad stuff. Unfortunately it’s the trace evidence, the proof of things seen that further proves the phenomena.

attempt to sort out a form in an inverted photo, did i get close?

objects to the south of 52 highway as we headed east.

The night was heavy atmospherically. It was humid ,  with a full moon or one very close to it.The area we were looking into was a couple of rural  highways  and the off roads connected to them in a fairly wooded area.  It has been a focus of our attention since we found a Grey in daylight one late afternoon. More importantly, in a great experience of two of our friends, two Nurses saw the same object.  They traveling in the same general direction home, fifteen or twenty minutes apart.  

In this general area another lady working at the same facility, mentioned an experience her son and a friend had while hunting, seeing a  similar object in the woods, it setting on the forest floor close to the area and time of the nurse’s sightings.

We took the country club drive out through Butlers south side to 52 Highway and headed east.  Because of my state of mind I wasn’t taking pictures as quickly as usual, but I focused on the sky to the south as we drove east.  As you’re well aware, using a flash on the night sky reduces your vision even further, down to the perimeter of light caused by the flash, so I was shooting without it, and really just hopeful that later, when the examination of the photos began, some shape or silhouette might be found.

This is not as ridiculous as it sounds. You can trip on objects walking across a dark yard or through a dark house. Your visibility of the sky may seem clearer, further but that’s only while a portion of the sunset exists.  You would be amazed just what can be near you, outside of the circle of vision the night allows.

So I took images at intervals, slowing to a stop for them as we worked our way down O-Highway, and then crossed over to N-Highway on our way back to 52 and Butler.  We’ve  explained why long stops are no good, within the sight of houses or farms, or even on roads or highways remote and sparsely housed.    There were sounds. There are always sounds,  but mostly it was the expected. 

Early on I saw something out to the right of the car. It was a  faint two white lights with a dull glow between, but I had thought it  nothing striking enough to stop for, probably just two stationary lights.  I couldn’t make out the color of the glow but thought it was red. Later I found it was.
There was that and an object much closer, within 100 yards of us, just around a turn. It was crossing over the road about 40 ft up,  probably much less.  It was moving, I think, into the south west and was lost in the darkness again after it had moved a short distance. It is remarkable, though, because it was in the vague outer edge of the cars headlights, just long enough to give up a portion of it’s shape, it’s outline.   Now I’m not suggesting that there wasn’t more higher up, or on the other side of it, immersed in darkness. The shape I was able to discern wasn’t something the pilots at Butlers airport would describe as aerodynamic, and it wasn’t all that was seen that night.

Backing up to a gate, we had difficulty turning. The road was more a trail with grass grown high in the middle. As we backed up I thought I saw something through the bars and jumped a bit, cussing myself as I took pictures, then out my side.  Lori inched back and forth getting out without having to test the four wheel drive in a ditch and we headed back for the small high way.

But, while in that turn, we were near something, something watching us in curiosity ? It was something that appeared to have large orange eyes.  FACES in the brush, in the ditches, or the tree groves are nothing new. We believe we have images of at least 10 different types of (Things). We  don’t say alien for a very good reason. We have no way of knowing exactly what we’re finding,  or its place of origin.  Some of those home addresses may be much more terrestrial than we’d be comfortable with.

The origins of these objects and the pilots  within them is even further clouded with the “Drone Menace !”.  Sounds like a really bad star wars movie, doesn’t it?    If the numbers of them in the air are true, how are we to know  the variety of shapes these might take? Or why they would be flying so low over our neighborhoods and public roads. Of what interest could too old UFO researchers be to our government?

No, I believe these craft (the drones) are obviously at work and at war, but there has been such a variety to the weirdness we have found that I think it even exceeds our countries capabilities, its intentions.   Like God, we apparently are not supposed to understand their motives or thinking.   We don’t try anymore. We merely record what we find and  pray that extraterrestrial life, governments, or whatever the  force seen or unseen, able to rule us, is  a benevolent  one.

These objects must be captured in as many images as possible; deer cameras or more sophisticated video equipment. Almost everyone has a video camera these days within their sophisticated phone or in their camera, even birdwatchers now have the option of purchasing a set of binoculars with a video camera attached to it, to record everything found within it’s two lenses.

The answer is so simple. If you truly want to find something , you generally have to get up and look. These truths all come at a cost. Is it one your willing to pay?

Richard Carter.

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