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First night could well have been confusion caused by the bright comet passing overhead and a number of other phenomena in the area that confused the first patrol.
originally posted by: ctj83
a reply to: The GUT
LaPlume isn't a witness to the event though, he did witness something perhaps, but it's not necessarily related.
Whilst I think you might be onto something, I find odd GUT is that you are identifying or associating posters as Camper when they clearly aren't. like many on here, I'm intrigued but I can't see the connections. If you know something more, something relevant, then it would be useful to share it here. Or, alternatively not and keep it quiet I guess but I strongly suspect that you are being intentionally distracted
originally posted by: Baablacksheep
a reply to: KellyPrettyBear
Yes was teasing you re your posting. But not in any nasty way. You really seem to have dedicated so much of your life to all of this.
originally posted by: The GUT
event these days so I apologize for anything considered off topic and I'll bow out for now after I address this.
To begin, like it or not, LaPlume is considered a part of the story. Not only by some of the researchers and authors, but he's been accepted in the community of those who were there. Your opinion seems different on that aspect--and that's okay---but the fact remains. Further, I find him an interesting witness to those times in a way that I don't find Penniston for example.