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Four youths (Darrell Rich (16), John Yeries (16), James Yeries (14) and Robbie Cross (15) drove out after dark, in the rain and mist, to fish at Battle Creek. As they did so, a brilliant, glowing, oval object passed over their car, emitting a blue-white light, which lit up the car and countryside. They parked their car at Battle Creek Bridge and began to look for the object, when they heard a strange noise and a scream in the brush. They turned a torch on the area and saw, 15m away, a creature about 2.1m tall, dark green or brown in colour, with what looked like a large tear drop shaped ear. It appeared to have no hair, but had lumps all over its body and seemed to be hunched up. As the creature shambled into the brush the two younger boys ran back to the car, where they were soon joined by the others. As they drove away, they had a strange feeling of being watched and followed. Our of the rear window Darrell saw what looked like silent firecrackers exploding on the pavement behind the car. John also saw them. They then saw a number of fiery objects, blue, white, orange and red moving erratically in the open fields on either side of the road. Darrell saw two glowing balls come together in the sky, whereupon one of them shot straight up and disappeared. At another point, two of the boys saw what looked like a glowing human figure walking down the road. After taking Robbie home, they reported the incident to Darrell’s father, Dean Rich. Though he thought they were pulling his leg, their evident fear impressed him enough for him to accompany them back to the site with his pistol. They walked through a walnut orchard for about 100m when they were disconcerted by a deep growl, which resembled no animal that Dean had ever heard, and they decided to leave the scene and report the matter to the police. Police investigations were fruitless, but the police confirmed that the boys were honest and scared.
originally posted by: KellyPrettyBear
a reply to: humanoidlord
People love talking about the relationship between "UFOs" and
There's been plenty of talk about UFOs and earthquake fault
California certainly has plenty of both.
But I'm curious what the data would say about UFOs and trees.
Sonora has plenty of trees.. hell I'm driving through there in
a week.. have many times.. dry trees.. beetle bark dying
trees.. but still trees.
On the other hand, Minnesota is full of trees.. and you don't
hear much about UFOs there.
Of course Minnesotans are a weird bunch.. as stubborn as
any people ever to live.. at least where I grew up.. half
the state at least would assume that UFOs are "demons"
and wouldn't say anything.
That's another good subject.. how local cultural factors
impede the drawing of good correlations.