Author: Lori Carter
We haven’t posted for a while because we wanted to think over what direction our research should take and whether we should continue it at all. Our initial goal was to try to find out what happened to us in September 2009. Unable to find immediate answers we continued to observe, log and report what we found in our area, as far south as Nevada and as far north as Orrick. Even though we have thought about backing off from the research just because of the emotional aspects it brings to our minds of our initial abduction, we only have to go a little distance from our home to find anomalies that are not normal, even when we are not looking for them.
I did a post not long ago entitled “Fly the Friendly Skies”. I received comments from a gentleman that was trying to convince me that all the “Chemtrails” we see in our “friendly skies” are normal and harmless. Soon after that a friend and co-researcher from Canada sent me a link. As I looked at the information, I decided to do a bit of searching and found that this one report is all over the internet. It was air analysis of Chemtrails in a certain area.
While you do not see much on Chemtrail analysis, it is because most researchers do not have the means or the funds to do this type of research. This study was done in 2010 and just recently released. It was done by a college and backed by a politician. Since it is all over the internet, I have to assume it is actual or the school and the politician would have posted rebuttals or denials of the report.
I am including some pictures, just taken yesterday along with others we have gathered over time. The person who tried to convince me that this was normal asked for proof of the theories I had mentioned in the other article. I hope these links will suffice, since, as we all know, even with the freedom of information act, not all documents and information is released upon request. You be the judge.
It was suggested that I look at a map of commercial flight patterns across the state. I am still searching for such a map. The link I was given is for searching the flight patterns from one location to another of a particular airline. I do not have the time or ambition to look up how many different commercial airlines there are and map them out to every large city in the neighboring states around Missouri.
If anyone knows where I can find a complete map that shows the flight patterns of all commercial and military aircraft over our area, I would love to see it.
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